This week’s bargain phones: LG’s G6 is this week’s best bargain

Posted: 11 July 2017 4:36 pm News


Grab the G6, a low-cost iPhone SE or a Galaxy S7 in the best of this week's phone bargains.

Premium phones attract premium prices most of the time, but if you're savvy and in the market for an outright handset, you can save big money by buying from a direct importer. Each week we scour the web to find the best deals to save you the most money on your premium handset purchase.

LG G6 64GB $539.00lg-g6-white

The LG G6 is a seriously decent phone that's had the misfortune to be ever so slightly overshadowed by a couple of competing handsets, most notably the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Sony's Xperia XZ Premium, but that's your good luck as it's led to some serious price competition driving the overall cost down. At only $539 outright through DWI, that's a more than 50% price cut, saving you a hefty $660 from its regular Australian price, easily making it the best phone bargain of the week.

You can read our full review of the LG G6 right here.

Apple iPhone SE 128GBiPhone-SE-64GB_Gold

If you yearn for the days when Apple made small smartphones, then the iPhone SE is your logical handset of choice. The problem is that, like all things Apple, the word "bargain" rarely comes into the equation. DWI's current deal on the 128GB iPhone SE does slice away at the asking price, bringing it down to a more wallet-friendly $619 outright.

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

Samsung Galaxy S7 32GB $625.00samsung-galaxy-s7-gold-plat

Samsung's latest flagship is the Samsung Galaxy S8, but we've been seeing an increasing number of bargains on last year's model, which still sits comfortably within the premium space in 2017. That's a signifier of just how good the Samsung Galaxy S7 is, and if you still fancy one, DWI's deal will put one within your grasp for just $625, a $374 price cut from its official Australian pricing.

You can read our full Samsung Galaxy S7 review here.

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