This week’s phone deals: Samsung Galaxy S7 price crash

Alex Kidman 9 August 2016 NEWS

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Save serious money on Samsung’s Galaxy S7, as well as cheap iPhone SE and Google Nexus 6P handsets.

Every week finder searches for the cheapest phone deals in Australia. This week the S7 sees yet another price drop and the iPhone SE finally budges its price.

AppleiPhoneSE_250iPhone SE 16GB $549 ($679.00 from Apple)

You know how Apple doesn’t do "cheap" iPhones? It’s still true, and if you buy direct you still pay full price. But if you’re after Apple’s most-pocket friendly iPhone, both in wallet hit and screen size, then the 16GB iPhone SE in Rose Gold might just be what you’re looking for.


CP-S7Samsung Galaxy S7 32GB $729.00 ($1,149.01 from Samsung)

The premium smartphone space in 2016 has been especially vibrant, with many competitors vying for your smartphone purchasing dollar. Samsung has kept up its market share with some exceptional phones, including the Samsung Galaxy S7. The thing is, the S7 is a great phone, but with an asking price of $1,149.01 direct from Samsung, it’s pretty pricey too.


huawei 6pNexus 6P $589.00 ($899.00 from Google)

We’re keenly awaiting the next generation of Google Nexus phones, but while we wait, the Nexus 6P powers on, offering a clean Google experience with the promise of regular updates, including the upcoming Android "Nougat" to look forward to.


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