Honor is bringing its online store to the UK, HiHonor.com, includes its new VIP club. As part of the celebration, the company will knock 20% off the price of select products.
Starting with the Honor 9X Pro, which will be available from Wednesday, May 21. Normally, it will cost £250, but during the first week of sales it will go for £200 instead.
It will be joined by the Honor 9X Lite (£200) and Honor 20e (£160), both available starting on the 21st. If you're wondering why you might want the 9X Lite when you can have the Pro for the same cash, the answer is a free Honor Band 5 (worth £30).
The band is also bundled with the Honor 20 lite The phone's normal price is £190, but it's down to £170 if you buy it by May 28. This phone almost identical to the 20e, but with a better selfie camera.
Still, do have a look at the Pro, it adds an ultrawide camera and a faster chipset to the mix. You can check out our review for more details on the phone.
Should the Kirin 810 chipset prove short of your requirements, the Honor 20 Pro has the Kirin 980 plus an 8MP telephoto lens, 4K video capture, 22.5W fast charging and other goodies for £330. This is a temporary discount from its usual £400 price, available between May 21 and 25.
Honor's first TWS headset, the Magic Earbuds, will become available too, priced at £90 (they are €100 on the mainland). The Earbuds have three microphones for Active Noise Cancellation and large drivers.
You will also be able to grab an Honor MagicWatch 2 (46mm) for £140 (normally £160) and score a Honor Mini Speaker. If it's not your thing, you can return the smartwatch for free up to 31 days after purchase.
You can have the watch for free, if you get the Honor MagicBook 14 (£550), Honor will throw in a free backpack too. It's a sleek 1.4kg laptop powered by the AMD Ryzen 3500U processor, again read our review for more details.
From May 21 to 28, VIP Members will get an additional 5% discount on their purchases. Shipping is free for all buyers with purchases over £40.
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