This week’s bargain phones: Save serious money on premium devices

Alex Kidman 19 September 2017 NEWS


Apple's iPhone SE, Samsung's Galaxy S8 and LG's G6 could be yours for a lot less than you'd think.

Apple iPhone SE (128GB) $425apple-iphone-se-white

The launch of the iPhone X took many people's breath away, partly for the design and inherent cool factor but also for the breathtaking asking price. If you want in on the iOS ecosystem and you don't have a lazy $1,829 sitting around doing nothing, the iPhone SE is the way to go. We consistently see it at bargain prices, and this week, DWI is offering up the 32GB model for just $425, meaning you could buy four and still have change left over from the iPhone X price.
You can read our full iPhone SE review here.

Samsung Galaxy S8 (64GB) $785samsung galaxy s8

Speaking of phones with high price tags, the Galaxy Note 8 is shipping in Australia now, a couple of days ahead of schedule, and it's a fine phone with a sharp asking price of $1,499 outright. The good news here is that its existence puts a lot of pressure on the asking price of the still exceptional Galaxy S8. DWI's deal for the S8 this week drops it to just $785, an impressive $414 saving.
You can read our comprehensive review of the Samsung Galaxy S8 here.

LG G6 (64GB) $569lg-g6

LG's G6 was launched back at MWC, and we're still waiting on local availability and pricing information for the LG V30, its effective successor. That leaves the G6 as one of the longest standing flagships still in the current market, and it's a solid option for those who want a good camera phone. It's also substantially cheaper than it used to be, with DWI slicing away $630 off the local asking price, bringing it down to a very wallet-friendly $569 outright.

You can read our full review of the LG G6 right here.

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