This week’s bargain phones: Galaxy S9, LG G7 ThinQ, Nokia 8 Sirocco

Alex Kidman 5 March 2019 NEWS

Save on smartphones from Samsung, LG or Nokia in our round-up of the week's best deals.

It's the week after MWC 2019 and that means a whole new crop of premium flagships have been announced from a wide variety of manufacturers. Does that mean the phones they're replacing have dropped in price? Let's find out.

Picking up a flagship phone doesn't have to leave your wallet gasping for air if you're smart about it. Every week, we compare the prices for some of the best phones to help you score the sharpest bargains.

Prices are as advertised on each vendor's website on 5 March 2019. Availability and pricing are subject to change without notice. All discounts are calculated off current or original manufacturer pricing, whichever is the lower.

Samsung Galaxy S9

The Samsung Galaxy S10 lands in Australia this week, which means you're running out of time to pre-order one if you're very keen. There's a decent Galaxy S10 deal on eBay for 15% off if you're quick, but that doesn't mean that the Galaxy S9 isn't worth considering.

Need to know more about the Samsung Galaxy S9? We've gathered up everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S9 here.

Here are the best deals this week for the Samsung Galaxy S9 from retailers selling to Australian customers.

Device Retailer Price Discount Buy Now
Samsung Galaxy S9 eBay $625 47.87% Buy Now
Samsung Galaxy S9 Catch $729 39.2% Buy Now!
Samsung Galaxy S9 Kogan $789+delivery 34.2% (not including delivery) Buy Now!
Samsung Galaxy S9 amazon $815.84 31.96% Buy Now!

LG G7 ThinQ

LG has thrown a lot of fancy new technology at the LG G8 ThinQ, including the ability to read the veins in your hands as an unlocking mechanism. No, really, that's a feature of its new flagship phone.

We've already had some hands-on time with the new flagship, which you can read about here.

The LG G7 ThinQ is still a good buy at the right price, though, especially as we don't have a precise timeframe for the LG G8 ThinQ's debut down under.

If you're looking for more detail we've gathered everything you need to know about the LG G7 ThinQ here.

Here are this week's best deals on the LG G7 ThinQ for you to compare:

Device Retailer Price Discount Buy Now
LG G7 ThinQ eBay $587.87 46.51% Buy Now
LG G7 ThinQ Kogan $679 38.22% Buy Now!
LG G7 ThinQ Catch $686 28.21% Buy Now!
LG G7 ThinQ amazon $703.15 36.02% Buy Now!

Nokia 8 Sirocco

It's tough to stand out at MWC at the best of times, but HMD Global – the licensors of the Nokia name for mobile phones – certainly did its best with the Nokia 9 Pureview. It's a camera phone first and foremost, and again we've had a little hands-on time with Nokia's new marvel.

We don't have precise timing for its Australian debut, but its global pricing suggests it might be a return to flagships that sit in the sub-$1,000 space. That puts a lot of pressure on its flagship predecessor, the Nokia 8 Sirocco, a phone that originally launched here at $1,199.

Keen to find out more about the Nokia 8 Sirocco, including specifications and review? Read our complete guide here.

Check out this week's Nokia 8 Sirocco deals below:

Device Retailer Price Discount Buy Now
Nokia 8 Sirocco Kogan $669+delivery 44.2% (not including delivery) Buy Now!
Nokia 8 Sirocco eBay $695.68 41.98% Buy Now
Nokia 8 Sirocco amazon $943.30 21.33% Buy Now!

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