Breaking cover without breaking is Samsung's new XCover 5, billed as "meeting the needs of an increasingly mobile workforce, fit for field and factory work, with complete protection against dust and water".
In a world where plenty of competition exists in the entry-level, mid-range and upper mid-range space, Samsung hopes to tempt you into spending a little more to get a better phone.
It is not often I am tempted to throw a smartphone from two metres or submerge it in two metres of water for an hour – but guess what? I did. LifeProof’s new FRĒ for the Google Pixel and Pixel XL lived up to all its claims.
Samsung’s Note7 smartphone has launched and comes to market in just under three weeks and likely four to six weeks ahead of the iPhone 7’s launch.
The Sony SmartBand Talk is now on sale in Australia, with the SmartWatch 3 close behind.
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