This week’s phone deals: S7 Edge remains best value

Alex Kidman 18 August 2016 NEWS


Galaxy S7 Edge at a seriously good price, plus iPhone and Huawei bargains in this week’s wrap-up of the best phone bargains.

Every week finder searches for the best phone deals in Australia. Here's the latest:

CP-6siPhone 6S 16GB $879

The rumours are flying thick and fast around the iPhone 7, but it’s likely that’ll be a seriously premium priced device. Why not save a few dollars and pick up the still very nice iPhone 6S?

CP-S7-EDGESamsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB $829

DWI’s deal on the excellent Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has to be the best deal of the week. It’s our favourite phone of 2016 so far, but it’s not inexpensive. At least, not usually. DWI’s deal scores you the dual-SIM variant of the S7 Edge with 32GB internal plus as much microSD memory as you can shove into it for a very tasty $829. That’s a whopping $420 cheaper than Samsung’s list price!

huawei-p9-goldHuawei P9 $699

Huawei sells the P9 on its Leica-developed phone chops, and having reviewed it, we can see why. As camera phones go, this is one of the very best, and it’s arguably quite competitively priced for a premium phone. But why settle for just a good price when you can score an even better one? Kogan’s currently selling the gold dual SIM model of the Huawei P9 at $699, slicing a neat $100 off the official asking price.

Visit Kogan for a deal on the Huawei P9

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