This week’s cheap phone deals: Budget iPhone 7s at last

Alex Kidman 27 September 2016 NEWS

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A cheaper import iPhone 7, as well as excellent options from Samsung and LG, lead this week’s top phone deals.

Here are the week's best smartphone deals in Australia.

iPhone-7-front-look-image-179x340iPhone 7 256 $1,369

At launch, absolutely nobody was offering import iPhone 7 devices, which meant you could pay Apple’s price, Apple’s price or, well, you guessed it, Apple’s price. DWI is the first import retailer we’ve seen offering the iPhone 7, with the top end 256GB variant enjoying a significant $200 price cut from that official price. It’s still a premium phone at a premium price, but why spend more than you have to?

s7silverSamsung Galaxy S7 $709

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is (pending the release of Google’s upcoming Pixel phones) the best Android phone you can buy, and it’s one that we’re seeing increasingly discounted. This is great news if you want a premium device at what’s rapidly approaching a mid-range price point, which is what DWI is doing with the Galaxy S7 at an exceptional $709 outright.

CP-LG-G5LG G5 $659

If you’re even more budget constrained, consider LG’s nifty dual-lens toting G5 smartphone, on sale through DWI for only $659, a hefty $440 cut off its full local pricing. That leaves you plenty of cash left either in your pocket or to spend on LG’s interesting range of "friends" modular add-ons for the G5 itself.

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