This week’s cheap phones: iPhone, Samsung, Motorola fight

Alex Kidman 2 February 2017 NEWS

Grab a cheap iPhone or an even cheaper Motorola Android phone in the best of this week’s deals.

Mobile World Congress 2017 is only a couple of weeks away, and with it, we can expect a wave of new phone announcements. What that means in terms of existing handsets is that we should start seeing some really tasty bargains on 2016’s top phones.

apple-iphone-7-cpiPhone 7 128GB $1099 ($130 saving)

Apple hass announced records sales figures for the iPhone 7, and it’s not hard to see why. It’s Apple’s best phone to date, but it’s hardly an inexpensive proposition. DWI is offering a solid $130 discount on the silver model of the iPhone 7 128GB at the moment, and while we’re not expecting any MWC announcements from Apple, a bargain is still a bargain.

You can read our full review of the iPhone 7 here.

samsung-galaxy-s7-pinkSamsung Galaxy S7 Edge $769 ($480 saving)

It seems most likely that Samsung won’t show off the Galaxy S8 at MWC, which leaves the S7 Edge as its current flagship phone. It has long been a favourite for bargain hunters because it’s an exceptional phone that frequently gets offered up at much lower prices than its Australian asking price. DWI has the S7 Edge Dual SIM model on sale at $480 less than you’d pay for one directly in Australia, which is well worth considering.

Want to know more about the Galaxy S7 Edge? Read our full review here.

motorola-moto-g4-plusMoto G4 Plus 32GB $319 ($130 saving)

Motorola is expected to launch new handsets at MWC, and probably more funky Moto Mods as well, but it tends to play more in the mid-range/budget space. The Moto G4 Plus launched at a mid-range price, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t save a little money if you’re keen. DWI’s deal on the G4 plus shaves $130 off its local price, ideal if you want a mid-range phone at a budget price.

Keen on the Moto G4 Plus? Read our comprehensive review here.

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