This week’s bargain phones: Score a low-cost iPhone 8 Plus, Galaxy S8+ or Huawei P10 Plus
Get a serious discount on the latest premium phones in our weekly roundup.
Each week, we check the prices you'll pay for a variety of premium handsets to help you get the most bang for your buck when buying a new phone. Buying outright isn't for everyone, but if you're already in the market for a new phone, it makes sense to spend as little as possible.
This week, Apple's iPhone 8 Plus gets the bargain treatment, as does Samsung's still very popular Samsung Galaxy S8+. Joining it on the Android side of the fence is Huawei's tip-top P10 Plus. With the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro releases imminent, we wanted to see if there were bargains available on Huawei's mid-year premium flagship. Prices are as per each vendor's web site on 31/10/17 and may change without notice.
Apple's iPhone X has just gone on pre-order and is selling briskly, but if you're in the market for a premium iOS device, it's not the only game in town. The iPhone 8 Plus has already gone through our testing labs, impressing us with its processing performance, large display and exceptional battery life.
For more, including handset deals if you'd rather get one contract, we've collected everything you need to know about the iPhone 8 Plus here.
Here are the best deals for the iPhone 8 Plus 256GB from retailers selling to Australian customers. Bear in mind that in some cases these will be imported units, and additional delays and shipping costs may also be part of the equation
|iPhone 8 Plus 256GB Silver||Kogan||$1439 + delivery|
|iPhone 8 Plus 256GB Silver||amaysim||$1475|
|iPhone 8 Plus 256GB Silver||DWI||$1389|
|iPhone 8 Plus 256GB Silver||Good Guys||$1479|
|iPhone 8 Plus 256GB Silver||Expansys||$1244.99|
|iPhone 8 Plus 256GB Silver||Apple||$1479|
Samsung holds a dear place in Australian Android fan's hearts, with more searches for Samsung phone deals here at finder than any other Android brand, and resultant device sales that dwarf much of the rest of the Android field.
While the Galaxy Note 8 is Samsung's premium device du jour, it shares much of its internal architecture with the slightly older but still highly worthy Samsung Galaxy S8+. That slight age difference (and we're only talking three months here) means that you can save big on the retail price of a handset.
For more, including handset deals if you'd rather get one contract, we've collected everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S8+ here.
Here's the comparison of this week's deals on the Samsung Galaxy S8+ for you to compare:
|Samsung Galaxy S8+ 64GB Black||Kogan||$949 + delivery|
|Samsung Galaxy S8+ 64GB Black||amaysim||$925|
|Samsung Galaxy S8+ 64GB Orchid Grey||DWI||$909|
|Samsung Galaxy S8+ 64GB Midnight Black||Good Guys||$1099|
|Samsung Galaxy S8+ 64GB Midnight Black||Expansys||$859.99|
|Samsung Galaxy S8+ 64GB||Samsung||$1149|
Huawei's Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro are set to make their debut in the next couple of months here in Australia, which means that the P10 and P10 Plus that debuted at MWC should see some serious discounts. If you're a photography fan, and especially if you're keen on portrait or monochrome photography, the P10 Plus is an excellent choice.
For more, including specifications and contract deals, check out our comprehensive guide to the Huawei P10 Plus.
Check out this week's Huawei P10 Plus deals below:
|Huawei P10 Plus 128GB Blue||Kogan||$849 + delivery|
|Huawei P10 Plus 128GB Blue||amaysim||$815|
|Huawei P10 Plus 128GB Black||DWI||$899|
|Huawei P10 Plus 128GB Blue||Expansys||$834.99|
|Huawei P10 Plus 128GB Blue||MobileCiti||$879|
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