Clubhouse officially lands on Android

POCO X3, Samsung Galaxy A51 5G, Redmi Note 9s and many more with great discounts

This is not a drill: Christmas is literally coming next week. If you still have a gift pending for someone or for yourself, do not miss our Hunting Bargains today to find Authentic bargains on Android phones, accessories and applications.

In our selection today we have the translational potpourri of prices and ranges, although if you are a little short on budget you will be pleased to know that we have seven mobile phones on sale for less than 300 euros and five of them for less than 200 euros.

Android phones on offer


  • Realme X50 Pro for 479 euros. We started our bargains with the Realme X50 Pro, the most powerful model in the house for this year. 5G, with Snapdragon 865, AMOLED screen at 90 Hz and fast charging of 65W for 479 euros at Amazon.

  • Samsung Galaxy A51 5G for 299 euros. Another 5G mobile, although of a lower range is the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G. Taking into account that it was launched for 469 euros, the 299 euros at which you will find it in the Samsung store is a full-blown takedown price. It is a terminal with Exynos 980, 48 MP quad camera and 4,500 mAh battery.

Samsung Galaxy A51 5G Dual SIM 128GB 6GB RAM SM-A516B / DS White

Samsung Galaxy A51 5G Dual SIM 128GB 6GB RAM SM-A516B / DS White

  • POCO X3 NFC for 229 euros. If you wanted to give a POCO X3 NFC this Christmas, you still have time to get one at the best price. At Amazon you have this mobile with Snapdragon 732G, 120 Hz screen and huge battery for 229 euros.

  • Redmi Note 9S for 189 euros. Already below the psychological barrier of 200 euros you will find the Redmi Note 9S and its huge battery in MediaMarkt, for 189 euros. It is the version with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.

  • Redmi Note 9 Pro for 187 euros. For two euros less, you have a similar and different offer at the same time: the Redmi Note 9 Pro. It is another mid-range with Snapdragon 720G, a 64 MP quad camera and a large 5,020 mAh battery, which has a 33W fast charge. It will be yours for 187 euros on eBay if you use the code PXIAOMI15.

  • OnePlus Nord N100 for 149 euros. The OnePlus Nord N100 is the cheapest mobile in the history of the brand. It was launched for 199 euros as its first entry-level mobile, with Snapdragon 460, HD + screen and a great battery, and now you will find it reduced to 149 euros on Amazon.

OnePlus N100 Midnight Frost | 6.52 HD + LCD screen"| 4GB RAM + 64GB Storage | Triple camera | 5000 mAh battery | Dual SIM | 4G

OnePlus N100 Midnight Frost | 6.52 "HD + LCD Screen | 4GB RAM + 64GB Storage | Triple Camera | 5000 mAh Battery | Dual SIM | 4G

  • Samsung Galaxy M11 for 139 euros. Even cheaper you will find the Samsung Galaxy M11. It is a mobile with a large 5,000 mAh battery with fast charging and a perforated screen that you can get, in its 3 + 32 GB version, for 139 euros at Amazon.

  • Honor 9x Pro for 129 euros. The cheapest mobile in our Hunting Bargains today is the Honor 9X Pro, a terminal with Kirin 810, 48 megapixel triple camera and that includes all Google services from the factory, for 129 euros temporarily in the Honor online store .

Reduced accessories


Xiaomi Mi Watch Lite

  • Amazfit Neo. The Amazfit Neo is one of the most curious smartwatches of the year, as it includes all the smart functions you expect from a smartwatch, but with a retro design of a digital watch from the 90s. You have it for 29.90 euros at MediaMarkt.

  • Huawei Watch GT 2e. Another smartwatch lowered in time for Christmas is the Huawei Watch GT 2e. With Kirin A1 and 4 GB of storage, its autonomy lasts up to two weeks with a charge and it can be yours for 99 euros in its official store.

  • Honor Watch GS Pro. Finally, we have the Honor Watch GS Pro, a relatively new smartwatch with a rugged design, designed for outdoor sports. Its 790 mAh battery lasts up to 25 days of use and of the 249 euros that it cost at the outset, now you will find it for 179.90 euros, if you use the coupon A20WACHTGSPRO.

Android apps and games on offer


  • FolderSync Pro 4.89 euros 1.59 euros

  • Flamingo KWGT 1.59 euros free

  • DISTRAINT: Deluxe Edition 4.59 euros 0.99 euros

  • Rush Rally 3 5.49 euros 3.49 euros

  • Among the stars 4.99 euros 3.29 euros

  • NT Converter - Premium Unit Converter 3.29 euros 1.59 euros

  • NT Calculator - Extensive Calculator Pro 2.79 euros 0.99 euros

  • Pix Material Icon Pack 1.59 euros 0.99 euros

  • Mobile Doc Scanner (MDScan) + OCR 4.49 euros free

  • Simply HDR 3.29 euros free

  • YoWindow Time - Unlimited 9.99 euros 5.99 euros

  • Isometric Squares - puzzle ² 1.49 euros free

  • Mindcell 2.29 euros 0.59 euros

  • Metal Redefined | Metallic Icon Pack 1.39 euros 0.89 euros

  • The Lost Civilization 0.59 euros free

  • Space grunts 4.79 euros 2.39 euros

  • EasyMonitoring Battery & Storage of Remote Devices 1.99 euros 1.19 euros

  • Botanicula 4.99 euros 1.79 euros

More offers?

  • If you join Amazon Prime, you have a 30-day free trial (after 36 euros per year) to enjoy free fast shipping, priority accessory to offers, services like Prime Video, Prime Music, Prime Reading and unlimited photo storage. Also, if you are a student, becoming a Prime Student costs half and you have a 90-day trial.

Seriously, you haven't had enough of that? Do not worry, we have many more offers: you can keep up to date with the main ones that we have discovered in the bargain hunting of Xataka, Xataka Móvil, Xataka Foto, Vida Extra, Espinof and Applesfera, as well as with our colleagues from Compradicción and also in this Flipboard magazine. You can see all the bargains they publish on Twitter and Facebook, and even subscribe to their ads via Telegram.

We remind you that if you know or you find any wild offer that appears suddenly during your moments of free browsing, you have the space of the comments, as always, so that expand these great bargains that the internet gives us weekly. And if you want more, we will be back next Friday. Good weekend to everyone!

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