This week’s bargain phones: Grab a cheap iPhone SE before iPhone X arrives

Alex Kidman 13 September 2017 NEWS


Budget Apple phones, plus Samsung and HTC on sale in this week's phone bargains.

Each week, we cast our eyes over the best bargains on premium smartphones. These deals may have limited stock, so if you're keen, act fast!

Apple iPhone SE (128GB) $575Apple-iPhone-SE-Rose-Gold

Apple's all set to announce the iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 over in Cupertino, but that leaves the tiny iPhone SE all by itself in Apple's product lineup. The good news here is that we're seeing prices tumble ever lower, with DWI's deal on the iPhone SE 128GB putting it in your pocket for just $575. With rumours tipping the iPhone X to nudge towards the $2,000 price point, the iPhone SE might just be the best budget bet.

You can read our full iPhone SE review here.

Samsung Galaxy S8+ $869samsung galaxy s8 plus

The Galaxy S8+ has been slightly eclipsed by the Galaxy Note 8's impending arrival on our shores, but it's still a fine premium device with a larger battery than the Note 8 can command and much of the same internal componentry. DWI's deal on the S8+ is one of the best we've seen, slicing a whopping $480 off its regular asking price and bringing it down to just $869 outright.

You can read our comprehensive review of the Samsung Galaxy S8+ here.

HTC U Ultra $469htc-u-ultra-pink

Android prices often tumble as time goes by, and for HTC, having launched two flagships in Australia so far this year, that means bargain time for the earlier HTC U Ultra. At $469 through DWI, it's a much better phone than you'd typically get at this kind of budget to mid-range price.

You can read our full review of the HTC U Ultra here.

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