This week’s cheap phones: Premium phones at serious discounts

Alex Kidman 24 January 2017 NEWS

lg-v20Who says you have to pay full price for a flagship handset?

Each week, we scour the net to find you the best smartphone deals. This week, choose from a discounted iPhone, cheaper than usual LG V20 or seriously affordable Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

iphone-seiPhone SE 64GB $605 usually $749

The iPhone SE is getting perilously close to being a year old, which is typically when Apple starts talking up its replacement. We can presume that an iPhone SE 2 would essentially be the guts of an iPhone 7 in a smaller frame, but that’s guesswork right now. What we don’t have to guess around is DWI’s deal for the iPhone SE 64GB. That gives you plenty of app or photo space at a solid $144 discount off its usual price.

You can read our full review of the iPhone SE here.

CP-S7-EDGEGalaxy S7 Edge $789 usually $1249

The Note 7 is no more, and it looks as though Samsung is pushing back the release of the Galaxy S8. That leaves the Galaxy S7 Edge as the top dog in Samsung’s yard. Galaxy S7 Edge deals are relatively common, but DWI’s offer on the Dual-SIM variant chops a very tasty $460 off its outright price, making for a premium phone that you’ll only pay a mid-range price for. What’s not to like about that?

You can read our comprehensive review of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge here.

lg-v20LGV20 $799 usually $1099

LG’s V20 sells itself on its solid camera and the inclusion of a secondary screen at the top, similar to HTC’s recently announced HTC U Ultra. With MWC 2017 beckoning, and more and more information leaking around the LG G6, the V20’s spot atop the LG family is likely to be brief.

The V20 typically sells for $1,099, but right now DWI is offering a dual SIM, 64GB model at a $201 discount off that price, making for a solid choice.

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