This week’s bargain phones: Save on iPhone X, Galaxy Note 8 or Xperia XZ Premium

Alex Kidman 20 February 2018 NEWS

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Compare prices and save on Apple, Samsung or Sony's flagship phones in our weekly round-up of the best deals.

Every week, we round up the best prices to be found on a range of premium handsets available to Australian consumers.

Not everyone will buy a phone outright, but it's well worth considering because if you can meet the initial asking price, the whole market of mobile phone plans is yours to peruse for the best deals. The savings can be immense as can the flexibility of switching carriers to take advantage of temporary deals.

We've selected the lowest cost version of each handset available with an online vendor. That may constrain your colour choices as some vendors charge more for specific hues. Prices are as per each vendor's website on 19 February 2018 and are subject to change without notice.


iPhone X 64GB

Apple's iPhone X is a lust-worthy device, but as with any lust, it can get unreasonably expensive rather quickly. It's taken some time for any bargains to emerge for Apple's flagship handset at all, and even now you're not looking at the kinds of savings you'd typically find on flagship Android handsets months after release.

Still, every dollar saved counts. If your budget can't stretch to buying an iPhone X outright, we've gathered up everything you need to know about the iPhone X including contract plans here.

Here are the best deals this week for the iPhone X8 64GB from retailers selling to Australian customers.

Device Retailer Price Buy Now
iPhone X 64GB Silver DWI $1419
iPhone X 64GB Silver Expansys $1514.99
iPhone X 64GB Space Grey Kogan $1549 Buy Now!
iPhone X 64GB Silver The Good Guys $1567 Buy Now!
iPhone X 64GB Apple $1579 Buy Now!
iPhone X 64GB Silver amazon $1731.99 Buy Now!

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Samsung is just about to switch up its flagship to the all-new Samsung Galaxy S9+, but you can't buy that phone just yet at any price. What you can buy is the existing flagship, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which we're increasingly seeing at discount prices.

For more, including handset deals if you'd rather get one on contract, we've collected everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 here.

Here are this week's deals on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 for you to compare:

Device Retailer Price Buy Now
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB Midnight Black DWI $859
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB Orchid Grey Kogan $999 Buy Now!
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB Midnight Black Expansys $1039.99
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB Midnight Black amazon $1069 Buy Now!
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB Midnight Black amaysim $1175
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB Midnight Black The Good Guys $1388 Buy Now!
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB Samsung $1399 Buy Now!

Sony Xperia XZ Premium

With many phone manufacturers skipping MWC 2018 as the place to announce their flagships so as not to run aground of the Galaxy S9 hype wave, it's interesting to note that Sony appears to be still on track to announce its next flagship there. That means the current (and still brilliant) Sony Xperia XZ Premium's time at the top of Sony's smartphone family is rapidly coming to an end. That means it's bargain time!

Want to know more about the Sony Xperia XZ Premium? Read our comprehensive guide to the Sony Xperia XZ Premium here.

Check out this week's Sony Xperia XZ Premium deals below:

Device Retailer Price Buy Now
Sony Xperia XZ Premium 64GB Black DWI $635
Sony Xperia XZ Premium 64GB Black Expansys $694.99
Sony Xperia XZ Premium 64GB Black Kogan $769 Buy Now!
Sony Xperia XZ Premium 64GB Black amaysim $785
Sony Xperia XZ Premium 64GB Black amazon $819 Buy Now!
Sony Xperia XZ Premium 64GB Sony $999 Buy Now!

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