This week’s bargain phones: Low costs for premium handsets

Alex Kidman 29 August 2017

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Grab an inexpensive iPhone SE, low cost LG G6 or downright cheap HTC U Ultra in the best of this week's phone bargains.

Apple iPhone SE (128GB) $579Apple-iPhone-SE-Rose-Gold

We're pretty used to seeing the low storage models of Apple's iPhone SE available at discount prices, but the key issue with those devices is their limited storage. Despite other innovations, it seems that Apple still hasn't grasped the simple concept of the microSD card and that means that buying a larger capacity iPhone is usually a sensible decision. This week, DWI has the 128GB iPhone SE on sale for just $579, a healthy $250 discount off its usual list price.

You can read our full iPhone SE review here.

DWI: $579

LG G6 (64GB)lg-g6

LG made a big splash with the LG G6 at Mobile World Congress earlier in the year, only to be overshadowed by competitor devices by Huawei, Sony and Samsung as the months rolled by. However, LG's bad fortune is your good luck as the G6 remains a top notch smartphone that frequently goes on sale. Right now, DWI has the G6 available for just $539, which is superb pricing for an excellent handset.

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

DWI: $539

HTC U Ultra (64GB) $469htc-u-ultra-pink

The asking price for the HTC U Ultra, 2017's first "premium" smartphone to be released, just keeps on tumbling. It's been a tad overshadowed by HTC's even better HTC U11, but if you want a large premium phone, paying just $469 for it makes a whole lot of sense. That's what you'll pay this week through DWI.

Keen on the HTC U Ultra? Check out our full review here.

DWI: $469

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