This week’s bargain phones: iPhone X, Samsung S9+, Huawei P20 Pro

Jacob Smith 10 July 2018 NEWS

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

Each week at finder.com.au, we compare the best phone prices across the major brands for you to save your precious dollars. Whether you're in the market for the best-of-the-best premium handset or just looking for a sweet deal, we've got you covered.

To help you find a bargain, we've chosen the cheapest version of each phone available with each online store. Handset colour choices can be limited due to some vendors charging extra for in-demand hues. Therefore, if we've listed a model with a colour next to it, odds are the price is specific to that colour.

Prices are as advertised on each vendor's website on 10 July 2018. Availability and pricing are subject to change without notice.


iPhone X 64GB

Apple's flagship phone at the moment is the mighty iPhone X and it's got a mighty pricetag to match. As one of the most high-performance handsets available, it attracts a significant asking price.

Bargains on the iPhone X are hard to find since it's a relatively recent release, but we've collated the best prices we could find below.

If you're on the fence about the iPhone X, 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 X 64GB from retailers selling to Australian customers.

Device Retailer Price Buy Now
iPhone X 64GB Space Grey amazon $1,479 Buy Now!
iPhone X 64GB Silver Kogan $1,499 Buy Now!
iPhone X 64GB Silver DWI $1,594 Buy Now!
iPhone X 64GB Silver The Good Guys $1,567 Buy Now!
iPhone X 64GB Silver Apple $1,579 Buy Now!
iPhone X 64GB Silver Expansys $1,729.99
iPhone X 64GB Silver amaysim $1,579

Samsung Galaxy S9+

We've rated the S9+ as our pick for the best phone currently available, albeit by a slim margin. Its excellent camera, storage options and old-school 3.5mm headphone jack push it narrowly ahead of the competitive market. Watch for the price to fall as the Samsung Note 9 launches on August 9.

If you're looking for a phone contract, we've compared them here, along with all the Samsung S9+ information you could need.

Here are this week's deals on the Samsung Galaxy S9+ for you to compare:

Device Retailer Price Buy Now
Samsung Galaxy S9+ 64GB Coral Blue DWI $1,029 Buy Now!
Samsung Galaxy S9+ 64GB Midnight Black Kogan $1,089 Buy Now!
Samsung Galaxy S9+ (128GB deal) Coral Blue amazon $1,099 Buy Now!
Samsung Galaxy S9+ 64GB Samsung $1,349 Buy Now!
Samsung Galaxy S9+ 64GB Expansys $1,139
Samsung Galaxy S9+ 64GB amaysim $1,349

Huawei P20 Pro

The Huawei P20 Pro is easily the best camera phone available today, and it's also a fine handset in its own right.
We've comprehensively reviewed it here at finder.com.au, and at the time of writing found it to be a decent competitor to Apple and Samsung's current handsets.

If you're looking for more information or a contract plan with the P20 Pro, we've got all you need to know right here.

Check out this week's Huawei P20 Pro deals below:

Device Retailer Price Buy Now
Huawei P20 Pro Twilight amazon $1,099 Buy Now!
Huawei P20 Pro Black Kogan $1,099 Buy Now!
Huawei P20 Pro Black DWI $1,122 Buy Now!
Huawei P20 Pro Expansys $1,309

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