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Looking for a cheap smartphone Black Friday deal? The Honor 9 Lite is down to £119.99

The Honor 9 Lite is one of the best cheap smartphones around, and it's now even better thanks to an early Black Friday deal dropping its price to just £119.99

That's a saving of £50 over its current list price (which equals over 25% off), and in return you'll get a handset with dual rear cameras, a fingerprint scanner and a relatively premium design.

There's also a sizable 5.65-inch, 18:9 full HD display, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and a microSD slot giving you plenty of flexibility.

All these features come together to give you a handset that looks, feels and performs like a more expensive device, hammering home the fact that this is a great-value deal.

You even get a choice of retailers to buy the cut-price Honor 9 Lite from, so pick your favourite from the options below. Note that Amazon has cut the price even furhter to £119.99, but if you want it from one of the other retailers you'll be spending £129.99.

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Honor 9 Lite: £169.99 now £119.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This great Honor 9 Lite Black Friday deal is best at Amazon if you're looking for a one-click buying experience, the best price and speedy service.

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Honor 9 Lite: £169.99 now £129.99 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)
If you buy this Honor 9 Lite Black Friday deal from John Lewis you also get the added peace of mind of a 2 year guarantee included in your purchase.

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Honor 9 Lite: £169.99 now £129.99 at Carphone Warehouse (opens in new tab)
Prefer to keep your phone purchases tied to a dedicated mobile retailer? Carphone is the biggest name around, and is also getting in on this great Black Friday deal.

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Honor 9 Lite: £169.99 now £129.99 at AO.com (opens in new tab)
Meanwhile, AO.com offers you a 100 days returns window, allowing you to get a full refund if the Honor 9 Lite isn't to your liking when it arrives (which is unlikely at this price!) and you haven't used it.

John McCann
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