It’s almost shopping season, which means that sales, massive sales are coming our way – and that’s just the way we like it.
If you’re a gadget geek like us, you can’t help but look over new phones constantly, but this time of year you could actually afford to buy one.
And while Apple products don’t budge much as far as prices you can often find great deals on some android devices.
1.HTC One A9
Taking after the iPhone in terms of look and style, the slightly cheaper companion of the flagship M9, the A9 looks, feels and behaves slightly differently - and that's not bad.
2.One Plus X
While recent One Plus models have all been aimed at the top of the food chain, the One X is more of a middle-of-the-pack smartphone in terms of specs, but if savings are your thing, you'd be hard pressed to find a better deal than these Chinese phones.
Lenovo is well known for making top-notch laptops, so they thought they'd have a go at this new smartphone thing. And the results are quite impressive and entirely affordable, with a supreme battery that doubles that of some models - if you run your phone into the ground - this might be a good bet for you.
Ahhh yes, the brand that won't die... If you need a physical keyboard and a machine that looks slightly different than others - take a look at this one. If nothing else - you'll be unique at any social gathering...
LG's G series phones are probably some of the best selling android units over the last few years, so LG had a run at an entirely new kind of design, offering a 2nd screen and a few other gadgets with its latest handset. It's currently only sold in Korea, but widely expected to roll out west in time for the holidays.
6.Sony Xperia Z3 Compact
Basically a shrunk down version of it's flagship Z3 the compact boasts one of the better cameras in the mobile world, so if you're an Instagram machine this could be the phone for you.
OK, this one isn't out just yet, but we're expecting an announcement pretty soon, with the launch coming not long after the beginning of the new year, can you say "Pre-Order"?