Amazon has brought back Prime Day pricing for this wonderful OnePlus 6 deal

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We love it when phone manufacturers dare to compete with the Apple and Samsung stranglehold, especially when they make phones that genuinely compete with the very best smartphones in the world. That's what the OnePlus 6 did when it was released last year - and now it's as cheap as chips thanks to the Amazon Summer Sale.

You can save yourself over £100 on the regular OnePlus 6 price at Amazon now, which means you get the 6.28-inch full HD display, Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6GB of RAM, dual 20MP + 16MP rear cameras, a 16MP seflie snapper and a 3,300mAh battery (*breathe*) all for the bargain basement price of £349.

That's a 25% saving, and a price cut on the OnePlus 6 that we've previously only seen briefly on Amazon Prime Day (Amazon's own-brand equivalent of Black Friday, if you're out of the loop).

So if you're looking for a reasonably priced flagship-standard smartphone, Amazon may just have come up trumps. Take that, Apple and Samsung!


OnePlus 6 deal in the Amazon Summer Sale

OnePlus 6 (64GB) | £469 £349 at Amazon | 25% off

OnePlus 6 (64GB) | £469 £349 at Amazon | 25% off
The OnePlus 6 was one of the best flagship phones of 2018 with a premium design, great screen and solid cameras. Now it's got a massive discount for the rest of the summer, making it a top mid-range buy.

TechRadar is scouring Amazon over the course of its Summer Sale to make sure that you're seeing the best of its price cuts without having to wade through all of the rubbish (there really is quite a lot of that). We'll tell you all about our favourites over the course of the next week - or simply head straight to the Amazon website to see all the offers in one place.

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