Weekly Deals: Amazon’s best smartphone deals in Germany, the US, the UK, and India

The Black Friday rush is over, so now we can go back and hunt for deals on a regular basis — it never hurts to check out, even if it’s not a huge shopping rush. Here are our picks for the best Amazon deals for Germany, the US, the UK, and India.

  • Germany
  • WE.
  • Great Britain
  • India

Germany

Apple rarely offers discounts, especially on current models. However, you can save a few dollars by switching to another dealer. For example, a 128GB iPhone 14 Plus costs €1,080 on Amazon Germany if you go for black. On Apple.com, the same product retails for $1,150. You can save even more if you go for the 512GB blue: Amazon will charge you €1,333 and Apple will charge you €1,540.

Apple iPhone 14 Plus

Apple iPhone 14 Plus

128GB
€70 discount
€200 discount on the 512 GB version
read our review

Amazon Germany €1,080

You can also get 5% off the smallest iPhone 14 – the 128GB model is £45 cheaper at Amazon than at Apple. The 256 GB model costs 71 euros less than in the official store.

Apple iPhone 14

Apple iPhone 14

128GB
45 euros discount
€71 off the 256GB version
read our review

Amazon Germany €954

Carl Pei may be an Apple fan, but he’d rather you buy a Nothing Phone (1). As with the iPhone, Amazon Germany has a lower price than the official store: 450 euros for the 8/256 GB unit. If you check Nothing.tech, you’ll see that the 8/128GB version is also slightly more expensive. , €470.

no phone(1)

no phone(1)

8/256GB
50 euro discount
read our review

Amazon Germany 450 euros

Realme GT2 Pro is the flagship of the early years, equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, 6.7-inch QHD+ 120Hz LTPO2 AMOLED display, a pair of 50MP cameras, 5000mAh battery, fast charging 65W. Your phone is only $100 more expensive than the Nothing phone.

True Me GT2 Pro

True Me GT2 Pro

8/128GB
200 euros discount
read our review

Amazon Germany 550 euros

WE.

The Sony Xperia 5 IV is a very unique phone, but in typical Sony fashion, it costs a little more than many people are willing to pay. That’s $200 off the original $1,000 price, making it even tastier and more competitive in the global galaxy.

Sony Xperia 5 IV

Sony Xperia 5 IV

8/128GB
$200 off
read our review

$800 on Amazon US

By the way, the 8/128GB base model of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is down to $900. While the Ultra is at the opposite end of the size spectrum, it has a better telephoto lens than the Xperia 5 (which lacks the variable telephoto lens of the Xperia 1 IV) and stylus support, if that’s your thing.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

8/128GB
$300 off
read our review

$900 on Amazon US

You can accessorize the Ultra with the Galaxy Watch5 Pro Golf Edition. The difference from the regular version is the dual soundtrack and some pre-loaded features to help you hit the green.

Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Pro

Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Pro

45mm, golf version, bluetooth
$100 off
read our review

$400 on Amazon US

The Samsung Galaxy Watch5 also has a golf version. Currently, the regular and Golf versions of the Bluetooth model are priced the same at $260. You can buy the regular version with LTE connectivity for $290.

Samsung Galaxy Watch5

Samsung Galaxy Watch5

44mm, golf version, bluetooth
$100 off
read our review

$260 on Amazon US

The Motorola Edge+ (2022), also known as the Edge 30 Pro in some parts of the world, isn’t even a year old, but it’s already half the original price. $500 gets you a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 with 512GB of storage and a gaming-friendly 6.7-inch 144Hz FHD+ AMOLED display.

Motorola Edge+ (2022)

Motorola Edge+ (2022)

8/512GB
half the suggested retail price
read our review

$500 on Amazon US

UK.

Amazon UK has some affordable Galaxy 4Gs. The Samsung Galaxy A23 has a generous 6.6-inch screen – a 90Hz PLS LCD with FHD+ resolution – and a decently sized 5,000mAh battery (which supports 25W charging). The Snapdragon 680 isn’t the fastest, but it’s efficient, and the phone managed 130 hours of battery life in our tests.

Samsung Galaxy A23

Samsung Galaxy A23

4/64GB
£30 off
read our review

£260 on Amazon UK

Of course, aging parents don’t need FHD+ resolution. The Galaxy A04s offers a 6.5-inch HD+ display (still a 90Hz PLS LCD) and a slower Exynos 850 chipset for half the price. It still has a 5,000mAh battery, though it only charges at 15W.

Samsung Galaxy A04s

Samsung Galaxy A04s

3/32GB
£30 off
read our review

£130 at Amazon UK

The next two quotes fall into the “old but gold” category. The Asus Zenfone 8 will start receiving its Android 13 update in January, which could be its last major OS update. That said, it’s £256 cheaper than the Zenfone 9, and it’s about as small as the newer, more powerful model.

Asus ZenFone 8

Asus ZenFone 8

8/128GB
£256 cheaper than the Zenfone 9
read our review

£444 at Amazon UK

Another option is the Google Pixel 6 Pro. This will get longer software support: three OS updates (one inactive, two on the way) and five years of security patches since launch. Even though it’s a year old, it’s still better supported than you’ll get from some Android manufacturers.

Google Pixel 6 Pro

Google Pixel 6 Pro

12/128GB
£300 cheaper than the Pixel 7 Pro
read our review

£550 on Amazon UK

India

The Mi 12 Pro has been replaced by the 12S Pro, which upgraded the original Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset to 8+ Gen 1. The plus version is undoubtedly better, but there are also some problems. To start with, the 12S series was never launched in India. Secondly, even if it does, it will cost more.

My 12 Pro

My 12 Pro

8/256GB
Discount of 24,000 rupees
read our review

Rs 56,000 on Amazon India

OnePlus 10R and Dimensity 8100-Max belong to the MediaTek camp. It also has a 6.7-inch FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED display and a 5,000 battery. mAh – This unit is the 80W version and charges slower than the 150W one, but no one would say that a 1-100% charge in just over half an hour is “slow”.

One Plus 10R

One Plus 10R

12/256GB, 80W
Rs 4,000 off
read our review

Rs 39,000 on Amazon India

Indian carriers started rolling out their 5G networks earlier this year, but 5G phones are expensive. The Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G will connect you to the new network (thanks to the Snapdragon 695 chipset), allowing you to take 108MP photos, which you will view on the 6.67-inch FHD+ AMOLED display (120Hz).

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G

6/128GB
Rs 5,000 off
read our review

Rs 20,000 on Amazon India

Isn’t that 5G? Redmi Note 11 saves you money. The phone is not as powerful as the Pro+, which has a smaller A 6.43-inch 90Hz AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 680 with less RAM and a basic 50MP main camera . On the plus side, it has a massive 5000mAh battery (126 hour endurance rating) and comes with a 33W charger.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

4/64
Rs 5,000 off
read our review

Rs 13,000 on Amazon India

The iQOO 9 SE comes with an older Snapdragon 888 and a 6.62-inch FHD+ 120Hz display. We wish the 4,500mAh battery was bigger, but it at least charges fast at 66W (full charge in 39 minutes in our tests, but reached 91 percent in 30 minutes).

iQOO 9 SE

iQOO 9 SE

8/128GB
Discount of Rs 9,000
read our review

Rs 31,000 on Amazon India

There’s also the iQOO Z6 44W, and yes, its 5,000mAh battery supports 44W fast charging. This uses a Snapdragon 680 and a 6.44-inch AMOLED display (60Hz).

QOO Z6 44W

QOO Z6 44W

4/128GB
Rs 5,500 off

Rs 14,500 on Amazon India

Finally, the affordable Tecno Spark 9 falls into the sub-Rs 10,000 category with a large 6.6-inch screen (HD+, IPS LCD, 90Hz) and a 5-digit 000mAh battery. The Helio G37 isn’t particularly powerful, but having 4GB of RAM (and 64GB) of storage means it can run full-fledged Android 12 (there’s no shortage of Android Go devices in this price range).

energizing spark 9

energizing spark 9

4/64GB
Rs 3,500 off

Rs 8,000 on Amazon India

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