This week’s bargain phones: A Galaxy of S8 bargains

Alex Kidman 20 June 2017

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Samsung's premium phone sees some serious price cuts, while a high capacity iPhone has its price slashed.

Premium handsets are premium in features, but usually premium in price too. You don't have to pay the full retail price for your phone if you're smart, however. Each and every week we search out the best smartphone bargains to save you money.

iPhone SE 128GB $649 apple-iphone-se-white

Apple's smallest iPhone is the closest thing you'll get to a "budget" iPhone, even though it's not specifically priced that way. The 128GB model incorporates plenty of storage, which is vital when you consider you can't upgrade the storage on an iPhone. DWI's deal on the iPhone SE 128GB chops $180 off its regular price, putting it on your pocket for just $649.

You can read our full review of the iPhone SE here.
DWI: $649

Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB $830 samsung galaxy s8

The Galaxy S8 is our favourite phone right now, thanks to its combination of features, power, design and battery life. All that power comes at a price, though, with its $1199 outright price sitting near (but not at) the top of the premium smartphone pile. But why pay $1199 when DWI's deal for the S8 gives you the same phone for just $830?

You can read our full review of the Galaxy S8 here.
DWI: $830

Samsung Galaxy S8+ 64GB $919.00samsung galaxy s8 plus

Want to save even more on a Galaxy S phone? DWI's deal on the even larger Galaxy S8+, which comes with more screen real estate and the best battery life of any phone we've ever tested, slices the price down under $1,000 to just $919. That's a lot less than the regular asking price for a lot of handset.

You can read our full review of the Galaxy S8+ here.
DWI: $919

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