Roundup of the Top iPhone and Samsung Deals for July 2018
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There are lots of reasons you may need a new mobile phone right about now. The good news is that there is no shortage of new smartphones. This year alone, a new flagship phone is released practically every month. And while manufacturers like Huawei, OnePlus and Motorola are having a grand time in sales ranking, Apple and Samsung still dominate the market. As per stores that sell iPhones and Samsung units, here are the best cost-effective deals for July 2018.
- Original Price: $399
- Deals: $349 on Apple, $290 on Amazon, $200 on eBay
The iPhone SE is the downsized, economical cousin of the other iPhone models. It is your best option if you want a budget-friendly iOS device. For its price (the cheapest iPhone available), the SE is more than just a decent device. It has a streamlined frame that features a four-inch display. Under the hood, it runs the same hardware as the iPhone 6. It has a 1.85 GHz dual-core chip. Storage-wise, it has 2GB of RAM.
- Original Price: $649 (for iPhone 6 and 6S)
- Deals (iPhone 6): $450 on Best Buy, $244 on Amazon, $279 on eBay
- Deals (iPhone 6S): $449 on Apple, $194 on Amazon Refurbished, $227 on eBay
The iPhone 6 was released in 2014, and yet it’s still one of the most sought-after phones in the market. Its upgraded version, the iPhone 6S, has also proven to be hugely successful thanks to its record-breaking launch revenue. If you get either phone, you’ll still have a top-of-the-line device that has all the features you need from a high-quality phone.
The iPhone 6 is powered by a 1.4 GHz dual-core 64-bit chip and a quad-core PowerVR graphics card. It has 1GB of RAM. On the other hand, the 6S runs on a 1.85 GHz dual-core chip. Alternatively, the RAM is upgraded to 2GB.
- Original Price: $649 (for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus)
- Deals (iPhone 7): $499 on Apple Refurbished, $539 on Amazon
- Deals (iPhone 7 Plus): $599 on Apple Refurbished, $530 on Amazon Refurbished, $450 on eBay
If you’re fine to not having Apple’s flagship phones, go for the iPhone 7 or 7 Plus. Both devices are established, reliable, and most importantly, much cheaper than the iPhone 8 and X.
The iPhone 7 models may not be part of the latest series anymore, but they are no slouch either. Both phones are powered by a 2.34 GHz dual-core CPU and a hexa-core 7XT GT7600 Plus GPU. The iPhone 7 has 2GB of RAM while the 7 Plus has 3GB.
Galaxy S8 and S8+
- Original Price: $720 (S8) and $850 (S8+)
- Deals (S8): $519.88 on Amazon, £23.00 per month for 24 months on Mobiles.co.uk
- Deals (S8+): $649.97 on Amazon, £33.00 per month for 24 months on Fonehouse
The S8 models of the Samsung Galaxy aren’t the latest (they were released last year), but they are still among the most popular smartphones available. Both phones present a smorgasbord of functions and features – most notably, their cameras. The groundbreaking design of the S8 series is evident from the inside out. The screen of both phones is one of the biggest and immersive displays ever made. Their ‘Infinity Display’ feature sets a new and high standard for uninterrupted user experience.