This week’s bargain phones: Apple iPhone 7, Samsung Galaxy S8, Huawei P20 Pro

Posted: 5 February 2019 9:06 am
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Save on smartphones from Apple, Samsung or Huawei in our round-up of the week's best deals.

Times are tough and money is tight, right? Well, we're here to show you the best bargains on selected smartphones available to consumers. If you're carefully counting every dollar spent (and if you're not, what's wrong with you?), it makes a lot of sense to buy your handset outright and match it with an affordable SIM-only contract plan or prepaid mobile plan. You could pay the full "retail" price, or save yourself a whole lot of money buying direct.

Prices are as advertised on each vendor's website on 5 February 2019. Availability and pricing are subject to change without notice.


iPhone 7 32GB

Apple's oldest handset that it still sells itself is the Apple iPhone 7, and it's the lowest-cost way to get into the iOS world right now. Its status as an older iPhone also means that there's more than a few bargains to be had in a sector where discounts are traditionally few and far between.

Want to learn more about the iPhone 7? We've gathered up everything you need to know about the iPhone 7, including contract plans here.

Here are the best deals this week for the iPhone 7 32GB from retailers selling to Australian customers.

Device Retailer Price Discount Buy Now
Apple iPhone 7 32GB Black Refurbished Catch $409 45.3% Buy now
Apple iPhone 7 32GB Black Refurbished Kogan $479+delivery 36% (not including delivery) Buy now
Apple iPhone 7 32GB Gold Refurbished eBay $525 29.9% Buy now
Apple iPhone 7 32GB Apple $749 Buy now

Samsung Galaxy S8

The Galaxy S10 is just over a fortnight away from its launch, with retail availability expected in early March.

We have no doubt it will be a premium handset, but if you're keen on a bargain, it makes sense to look a little further back in Samsung's smartphone history. The company has been producing top-flight handsets for some years now, so while you don't get the latest and greatest, you still get a seriously good smartphone for your money.

The Galaxy S8 was one of our favourite phones of 2017, and it's still on sale through Samsung right now. Its older status, and the fact that it's an Android phone means that there are some serious savings to be made on it if you're keen.

If you're looking for a phone contract or more detail we've gathered everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S8 here.

Here are this week's best deals on the Samsung Galaxy S8 for you to compare:

Device Retailer Price Discount Buy Now
Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Midnight Black Refurbished Catch $509 49% Buy now
Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Midnight Black eBay $508.99 49% Buy now
Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Maple Gold Kogan $699+delivery 30% (not including delivery) Buy now
Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Samsung $999

Huawei P20 Pro

The Huawei P20 Pro's successor is still a little ways away, and we're still impressed with what was one of 2018's best flagship phones. It's an easy recommendation if you want a smartphone with superior camera quality, thanks to its combination of high resolution and monochrome lenses, giving it superb photographic flexibility.

Huawei doesn't sell its own phones locally, but the P20 Pro is widely available from a number of retailers at $899, so for the purposes of comparison we're using that as its baseline price.

Keen to find out more about the Huawei P20 Pro, including specifications and review? Read our complete guide here.

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

Device Retailer Price Discount Buy Now
Huawei P20 Pro 128GB Black amazon $749.60 16.6% Buy now
Huawei P20 Pro 128GB Black eBay $800 11% Buy now
Huawei P20 Pro 128GB JB Hi-Fi $899

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