This week’s Cheap Phones: Samsung S7 and Pixel price crash

Alex Kidman 21 March 2017 NEWS

friendly male having a great time using new mobile phoneSave big on either Samsung’s superb S7 or Google’s Pixel in our roundup of the week’s best phone deals.

Every week, we scour the web to find you the best prices on outright phones. If you can handle the upfront cost of a premium phone, you gain maximum flexibility when it comes to choosing the right mobile plan, as well as the ease to switch carriers as your needs change.

Apple iPhone 7 32gb $959iPhone7_cp

Apple’s pricing on its entry level iPhone 7 sits just above that psychological pain point of $1000, but that doesn’t mean that it’s the price you must pay. Kogan is currently offering the iPhone 7 32GB model for $959, a solid $120 saving off Apple’s official price.

Interested in the iPhone 7? You can read our full review here.

KOGAN: $959

Samsung Galaxy s7 $665 s7silver

We’re a little over a week away from the official reveal of the Galaxy S8, although we already know plenty about that phone, including its likely pricing . At around $1225, the S8 is going to be pricey, but that means the pressure is really on its predecessor, the Galaxy S7. Kogan’s current deal on the still excellent Galaxy S7 puts it in your pocket at $665, a serious saving off the official $1049 price.
Want to know more about the Galaxy S7? Read our full review here.

KOGAN: $665

Google Pixel 32gb $959GooglePixel_CP

Google’s Pixel design is meant to represent the best in Android within a plain wrapper, inspiring OEMs to produce even better phones in response. That still leaves the Pixel as a superb phone, and one that’s guaranteed to get the latest Android updates, including security patches first. The one issue is that the Pixel is priced to compete with the higher-end iPhone models if you buy officially. Kogan’s special on the Pixel 32GB drops the price down to a more wallet-friendly $959.

Curious about the Pixel? Read our comprehensive review here.

KOGAN: $959

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