This week’s cheap phones: Samsung S7’s last hurrah?

Alex Kidman 28 March 2017 NEWS


Samsung’s S7 gets ever cheaper as the S8 looms, while savings abound for iPhone 7 and Pixel buyers.

Apple iPhone 7 Plus 32GB $1059.00iPhone7_cp

The iPhone 7 Plus is the big player in the iPhone space right now, especially after Apple’s decision to only up the memory and nothing else on the iPhone SE line. The only problem with being the big dog in the yard of the premium brand is the pricing. DWI’s current deal on the 32GB iPhone 7 Plus shaves a tasty $210 off the asking price, bringing it just slightly out of the stratosphere.

For more on the iPhone 7 Plus, read our full review.

Samsung S7 $615.00s7silver

Right now the Samsung Galaxy S7 is the top of Samsung’s device tree, but only for a few more precious days, with Samsung set to announce the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ early Thursday morning. It’s been a great run while it lasted, and also a phone we’re quite used to seeing on special. If you want more than a buck in change from a thousand dollars for the S7, consider DWI’s deal, which serves up the Galaxy S7 for just $615.

You can read our full review of the Samsung Galaxy S7 here.

Google Pixel XL 32GB $1169.00GooglePixel_CP

Google’s Pixel is about to see a whole bunch of competition, ranging from the aforementioned new Galaxy phones to LG’s exceptional G6 and Sony’s Xperia XZ Premium. Still, if you want Android at its essence and all the latest updates every single time, Pixel is the way to go. DWI’s deal cuts $229.82 off the official pricing of the 32GB Pixel XL, bringing it home for just $1169.

For more on the Pixel XL, read our full review.

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