Android Phone Deals

Android is the world’s most popular operating system and it powers all the latest devices from brands like Samsung, Google Pixel, Motorola, and HONOR. Learn about all the best Android features and find your perfect smartphone.

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Latest Android phones

Android offers the widest range of different devices for you to choose from. Here’s a selection of some of the most popular new handsets available.

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Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

The S24 Ultra is loaded with high-performance upgrades - their most incredible camera, their fastest connectivity, and transformative new Galaxy AI.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 FE

Take super-sharp photos day or night with Nightography. Discover advanced AI features like instant photo editing and live translations for your calls.

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Google Pixel 8 Pro

Google Pixel 8 Pro boasts awesome cameras, a smooth new look, and an immersive 6.7in dosplay that makes everything sharp and crisp, with vibrant, accurate colours.


Phones with great battery life

Capture life's moments in stunning detail. Find your perfect camera phone for endless selfies, envy-inducing holiday snaps, mother-watering food pics, and more.

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Samsung A55

Battery life: 5000mAh
Main camera:
50MP
Screen size: 6.6 inches
Storage: 128GB
Weight: 213g

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HONOR Magic6 Pro

Battery life: 5600mAh
Main camera:
 50MP
Screen size: 6.4 inches
Storage: 256GB
Weight: 215g

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Samsung S24 Ultra

Battery life: 5000mAh
Main camera:
 200MP
Screen size: 6.8 inches
Storage: 256GB
Weight: 232g

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Google Pixel 8 Pro

Battery life: 5050mAh
Main camera:
 50MP
Screen size: 6.7 inches
Storage: 128GB
Weight: 213g

Small phones

Compromise on the price, not the specs. Choose from the best affordable phones, all available with a wide range of useful features.

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Motorola Razr 40

Main camera: 64MP
Storage: 256GB
Screen size: 6.9 inches
Weight: 189g

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5

Main camera: 12MP
Storage: 256GB
Screen size: 6.7 inches
Weight: 187g

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Google Pixel 8a

Main camera: 64MP
Storage: 128GB
Screen size: 6.1 inches
Weight: 192g

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Samsung Galaxy S24

Main camera: 50MP 
Storage: 128GB 
Screen size: 6.2 inches 
Weight: 167g 

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Compromise on the price, not the specs. Choose from the best affordable phones, all available with a wide range of useful features.

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Samsung A25

Battery life: 5000mAh 
Main camera: 13MP 
Screen size: 6.5 inches 
Storage: 128GB 
Weight: 197g 

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HONOR Magic6
Lite

Battery life: 5300mAh 
Main camera: 16MP 
Screen size: 6.78 inches 
Storage: 256GB 
Weight: 185g 

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Samsung S24 Ultra

Battery life: 5000mAh
Main camera: 200MP
Screen size: 6.8 inches
Storage: 256GB
Weight: 232g

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Google Pixel 8 Pro

Battery life: 5050mAh
Main camera: 50MP
Screen size: 6.7 inches
Storage: 128GB
Weight: 213g

What's great about Android?

Customise your phone, so it’s truly your own

Android devices are the most customisable. You can choose your own designs, colours, layouts, shortcuts, and widgets. Create personalised emojis and choose your own AI-generated wallpaper.  

Android’s personalised features are especially helpful if you have accessibility needs. You can even get AI to create alt text image descriptions for you with the Talk Back app.

AI-powered experiences

Let Google AI take your productivity and creativity to a whole new level. With Circle to Search, circle images and text for an instant Google search. Use Best Take to perfect your pics by combining the best parts of multiple frames.  

Get live language translations for your calls, audio transcribe meetings, auto-generate document summaries – with Google AI, the possibilities really are endless.

Unfold new possibilities

Foldable phones are only available on Android. Instantly turn a phone screen into a tablet-sized screen. Enjoy more epic movie viewing, more incredible gaming action, and more multi-app, multi-tasking for anything and everything you’re working on.

It’s easy to switch to Android

It’s never been simpler to move your favourite apps, photos, chats and more to an Android phone. All you have to do is turn on your new phone and follow the on-screen prompts to transfer all your data and set up your device. It works fastest when you connect both phones by a lightning cable, but you can do it all over Wi-Fi if that’s easier.

Android brands you know and love

Check out the biggest Android brands

Browse the full range to compare offers and find the right Android phone for you.

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Smartwatches

Pair your Android phone with a smartwatch and you can access your phone’s most useful features with a flick of your wrist. With a Samsung Galaxy Watch, you can keep an eye on notifications, updates, fitness stats, playlists and more, without reaching for your phone.

Tablets and laptops

If you’re looking for a larger device for working, studying, streaming or gaming, explore our great range of Android laptops and tablets. They're all designed to sync seamlessly with your other Android devices and Google apps.

All our SIMs are 5G ready

If you’ve already got a 5G phone you love, it’s good to know that all our SIMs are 5G ready. So, you can enjoy all the benefits of Three with one of our SIM Only plans.

5G Broadband plans

Whether you’re after a 5G-ready tablet, or a Home Broadband Hub for your home, we’ll keep you connected with our super-fast 5G Broadband plans.

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Frequently asked questions

An Android phone is a smartphone that uses the Android operating system. Android is the most common operating system that’s used in smartphones and tablets. The operating system is the software which makes the phone work and allows you to interact with it. 

Although it was originally developed by Google, Android was made to be ‘open source’, allowing other developers to use and customise the software. That’s why it’s available not just on Google Pixel phones, but it’s also used on Samsung, Motorola and HONOR phones, as well as many others.

No, iPhones like the iPhone 15 series use a different operating system created by Apple, called iOS. 

Yes, all Samsung phones are available on Android, including the new Samsung Galaxy S24 series

Yes, all Motorola phones, including the Motorola G34, run on Android. 

Most Android phones are now compatible with 5G, but there are a small number of older phones which still work only on 4G. So make sure you check the specs before you place your order. 

How long a phone battery lasts depends a lot on how you use it – hours of streaming takes less power than occasionally scrolling or answering emails. 

Though many Android phones have batteries that really last, the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is often cited as having one of the best available. While the 5,000 mAh battery matches the capacity of other phones, the phone works much more efficiently, giving you hours of extra use when you’re using social media or watching videos.

The two phones that vie for the best display top spot are the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra and the Google Pixel 8 Pro.

The S24 Ultra has a large Quad HD+ 6.8in dynamic AMOLED display, with a 2600 nit brightness rating, and a 120 Hz refresh rate.

The Google Pixel 8 Pro boasts a slightly smaller OLED 6.7in Super Actua display, with 2,400 nits of brightness and a 120 Hz display.

The Samsung Galaxy Z series of flip phones will give you a larger than average screen size. The largest is the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5, which has a screen that’s 6.2in when folded, and grows to a huge 7.5in screen when unfolded. 

Yes. There’s the Galaxy Z series phones, including the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and the Galaxy Z Flip 4. Motorola also makes several flip phones, including the Motorola Razr 40 and the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra

NFC – Near Field Communication – is available on many Android devices, allowing you to use your phone to make contactless payments. You can turn on NFC by visiting Settings, then selecting Connected devices, then Connection preferences, and then by selecting the NFC menu and switching on. 

Facetime is an Apple app that’s available only on the iOS operating system. You can’t install it on an Android device, but if someone with Facetime tries to call you, or sends you a link to join a group chat, you can still answer and join the call using an Android phone. 

You can’t set up an AirTag with an Android device. You can, however, download and use the Tracker Detect app with an Android device to track an AirTag.