This week’s cheap phones: iPhone SE price cut, S7 Edge and G5 specials

Alex Kidman 19 October 2016


Apple’s smallest iPhone is your best iOS bet, but you can pick between a cheap S7 Edge or an even cheaper LG G5.

Every week finder searches for the very best deals on smartphones in Australia. Here's what's on offer this week.

iphone-seApple iPhone SE 16GB

The iPhone SE remains your best option for a "low cost" iPhone. Apple doesn’t really do cheap, after all. DWI’s cutting prices on the iPhone SE, selling the 16GB iPhone SE for only $529, a nice discount against Apple’s official $679 pricing.

Read our full iPhone SE review here.

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CP-S7-EDGEGalaxy S7 Edge

In the wake of the Note 7 disaster, the S7 Edge is Samsung’s best big-screen smartphone, and easily one of the best smartphones of 2016. Official pricing pegs it at $1,249. Want to save $490? DWI’s deal on the S7 Edge cuts it by that much, offering an excellent phone for only $759.

Read our full Galaxy S7 Edge review here.

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LG has got the V20 incoming to replace the G5, but it’s still a fine phone in its own right, and your only current choice if you want a premium flagship phone with a removable battery. Officially it retails at $1099, but DWI’s selling the Dual SIM version of the G5 for only $639 right now.

Read our full LG G5 review here. 

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