This week’s bargain phones: Apple’s tiny iPhone or Google’s exceptional Pixel?

Alex Kidman 31 May 2017 NEWS

man in suit using phone Whether you're after an iOS bargain or diving headfirst into the premium Google space, it's possible to score a bargain on an outright handset.

Apple iPhone SE 16GB $489Apple-iPhone-SE-Rose-Gold

The 16GB model of the iPhone SE isn't blessed with an abundance of storage space, but DWI's price on Apple's smallest iPhone is just about the lowest we've seen for any new iPhone handset ever. If you need a replacement iPhone while you wait for this year's crop, or you just want to dip your toes into the world of iOS apps, it's a solid saving off the usual asking price. You can read our full review of the iPhone SE here.

Google Pixel 32GB Silver $889google-pixel-silver

Google's Pixel phones are meant to be reference platforms to show other manufacturers how to fully utilise the power of Android, but that also means they're very capable handsets in their own right. DWI's deal on the 32GB Pixel shaves a hefty $190 off the local asking price, making it ever more affordable if you're a fan of the direct Google approach.

Samsung Galaxy S7 32GB $659s7silver

It's a rare week indeed that we don't spot Samsung's excellent Galaxy S7 on sale somewhere online, even though the S8 is now directly available. The issue there is a clear price one, however, with Samsung still officially listing the S7 at $999. At that price, you may as well jump up to the $1199 Galaxy S8, were it not for much cheaper alternatives. DWI's deal for the 32GB Galaxy S7 puts it in your pocket for just $659, leaving plenty of space for the $349 you'll be saving along the way. You can read our full review of the Galaxy S7 here.

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