AllCall snap-up deals on Tomtop’s Black Friday will start at $29.99

Black Friday

Just a few days for the start of yet another big sale event in the form of Black Friday so all the brands and e-shops are arming up again. November is always a big month with both 11.11. and Black Friday so it more or less continuously flows between one another. Today we have for you a taste what to expect on the Black Friday on Tomtop with AllCall snap-up deals.

Let’s start with the AllCall W1, the so called “micro smartphone smartwatch”. It can offer metal body with leather strap, quad-core processoru with 2GB RAM and 16 GB ROM, AMOLED display, plenty of functions including independent 3G calling and more. For the Black Friday it will be available for the $89.99 activity price once again.

Moving on to the real phones and starting with the basic budget one. Popular AllCall Rio with 3D curved screen, extra sturdy screen, MT6580 processor or 2700 mAh battery. And the snap-up will bring it down to mere $39.99.

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Or you can maybe shell some extra dollars for the upgraded version AllCall Rio S with all the good design features from the Rio, but bringing to the table better 4G enabled MT6737 processor, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM and bigger 3200 mAh battery. Get on for just $59.99.

Another ultra budget is also the AllCall Alpha with 5-inch HD Sharp IPS screen and 2.5D glass, MT6580A processor, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB ROM, rear dual cameras, 7.9mm ultra thin body or Android 7.0 Nougat. Well and also the ultra low $29.99 price.

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All these snap activities will start on the very day of the Black Friday so November 24th. Exact times will vary from 10am to 7pm (GMT+8) so just pay attention to the differences and consult the Tomtop activity website for all the details. And if you want to know more about the individual AllCall models then the best way is to check them out on their official website.

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