Best deals of the week: March 26

We round up the best tech bargains of the week, including a Samsung smartphone that records HD video, a Sharp television that doubles as a Blu-ray player and a massive Harvey Norman sale!

Samsung HD Icon smartphone

Price: $0 on $59 cap over 24 months

Samsung's HD Icon is a seriously impressive entertainment smartphone. Capable of recording 720p HD video, the aptly name HD Icon may be a tad larger than most smartphones on the market, but the extra screen real estate is ideal for multimedia content. The screen uses AMOLED technology, meaning it's brighter, sharper and clearer than a regular LCD screen. 24 for $0 when you sign up to the $59 cap plan over 24 months. This plan includes unlimited SMS and MMS messages, $330 worth of calls to any phone and a further $350 worth of calls to any Optus mobile. For a limited time only, Optus will also waive the first three months access fee ($59), saving you $177!

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