Cheap Phones: Bargains on iPhone 7, Google Pixel and Galaxy S7

Alex Kidman 8 November 2016

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Whether your tastes run to Apple or Android, if you’re looking to save cash on a premium smartphone, we’ve got you covered.

Every week finder searches for the very best smartphone deals in Australia. Here's what's available this week.

iPhone-7-front-look-image-179x340Apple iPhone 7 256GB $1179

Apple always has and always will price its smartphones in the premium bracket, and none more so than in its top storage tiers. For the iPhone 7, that’s the 256GB model, which will set you back $1,379. DWI is selling the Rose Gold iPhone 7 256GB for a markedly more wallet-friendly $1,179 instead, keeping $200 in your wallet.

Find out more about the iPhone 7 here.


google-pixel-device-black-frontGoogle Pixel 32GB $999

The latest superphone on the block, Google’s Pixel impresses with high powered performance and the eerily smart AI-driven Google Assistant. Kogan’s offering a slight discount on the Pixel, offering it up for $999 right now.

Find out more about the Google Pixel here.


CP-S7Samsung Galaxy S7 $679

It’s a sign of just how good the Galaxy S7 is that we’re still big fans of it many months after it launched. Samsung really hit it out of the park with the S7, but at the same time its recommended selling price has stayed high. DWI is currently selling the S7 at a very appealing $679 outright, making it a very easy recommendation if you want a truly premium phone at a mid-range price point.

Find out more about the Galaxy S7 here.


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