Honor phones have piqued our interest for a while now. They’re genuinely well made handsets (by Huawei, no less) but for a very budget-friendly price. And the Honor 9 looks to be no different – so we’ve gone and found the best prices around for it.
To be fair, that hasn’t been too difficult following its immediate release. Three has the exclusive rights to sell the Honor 9 at the moment. It isn’t charging much for the handset and prices start from only £22 per month – not bad for a new mobile to the market!
TechRadar’s views on the Honor 9 are overwhelmingly positive (scroll to the bottom of this page for our thoughts) – it’s a bit like a lower spec, cheaper version of the Huawei P10. But it also impresses as a cheap mobile phone deal option. So keep reading to see how much the Honor 9 will cost you as a SIM free phone and what the cheapest contract deals are in this phone’s early days…
The best Honor 9 deals on contract
What price is the Honor 9 SIM free?
At the moment, the only place to get the Honor 9 handset without a SIM (other than ebay!) is via the Honor website – well, when it’s not sold out, that is! It will cost you £379, which definitely isn’t bad for a brand new model. Plus, Honor is throwing in the Honor Band 3 fitness tracker worth about £50 for free.
If you like the idea of grabbing the Honor 9 and need a SIM to go with it, then you should also check out the best SIM only deals. With tariffs staring at less than £4 a month, our expert advice will help you bag the perfect plan for you.
Honor 9 review and key specs
Read our expert review of the accomplished Honor 9
Weight: 155g | Dimensions: 147.3 x 70.9 x 7.5mm | OS: Android 7 Nougat | Screen size: 5.15-inch | Resolution: 1920 x 1080 | CPU: HiSilicon Kirin 960 | RAM: 4GB or 6GB | Storage: 64/128GB | Battery: 3,200mAh | Rear camera: 20MP + 20MP dual lens | Front camera: 8MP
Good value price point
It didn’t take us long playing with the Honor 9 to come to the conclusion that this is a well-built Android smartphone. It doesn’t boast much in the way of headline-grabbing features, but it does have a great design and lots of nice touches to make the Honor 9 an impressive all-rounder. Ok, so it’s never going to outperform the Samsung Galaxy S8 or LG G6, but the 20MP main camera and splendid design mean that it isn’t far off and for a much lower price.