Chinese smartphone maker vivo, one of the three main brands owned by B.B.K. Electronics, has announced discounts on some of its models from 1 April as an Easter promotion.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, with the cash registers belling and everyone telling you oh what a year, it’s the hap-happiest sales season of all - Black Friday week and Cyber Monday the next!
With $1000, $2000 and $3000+ smartphones out there, what magic has Alcatel been able to weave to deliver a high-quality, highly affordable smartphone with once flagship-only features such as an AI Triple-Rear camera and more, but now at an incredible sub-$200 price?
There's one word missing in Nokia's press release for its new 8.3 model with 5G, and that's battery, and with 5G known to be a battery hog, will Nokia and Android's adaptive power save smarts save the day and ensure this 007 connected phone can likewise avoid an early death?
Chinese smartphone maker vivo, which so far has not made its presence felt in Australia, has announced that it would be launching a 5G model, the X50 Pro, as part of the all-new vivo X-series of flagship devices.
Mobile industry pioneer Motorola has released its latest smartphone, the motorola one vision, that will sell for $499 at JB Hi-Fi, its exclusive retail partner.
Selling at JB Hi-Fi for $299 today only, 5 December, Anki is like Siri or Google Assistant on wheels in robot form, with digital emotions, in what would be an impulse buy.
Technology firm MGM Wireless has cut a deal with JB Hi-Fi to sell the former's SPACETALK children's smartphone watch.
If you're hankering for a new smartphone, and a Nokia has been tempting you, today's flash sale until 3 June at JB Hi-Fi may well be what leads you to give in to temptation.
One, six, seven, eight, who does Nokia appreciate? Android! After years of faffing around with useless Windows Phone, Nokia reborn is doing a reboot with Android, and is doing good, with the new models launching this month.
Amazon’s ambitious foray into Australia may push local retailers to focus on segment-specific knowledge and invest in technology for survival, according to data and analytics company GlobalData.
Local Australian brands that have low levels of online shopping should be able to withstand any pressure from Amazon, more than brands which have a high percentage of online shoppers, according to Roy Morgan Research.
An email sent by Amazon third-party sellers indicates that the US retailing giant will begin selling on its Australian store today, with the obvious intention of stepping up things alongside Black Friday in the US.
With wireless broadband an excellent choice for instant back-up connectivity, and for some even a primary form of broadband, Netgear’s new 4G LTE Modem has come on sale at an opportune moment.
The red Oppo R11 seems to have launched elsewhere in the world earlier this year, but is now available in Australia, dual cameras and all, the day before Apple’s new iPhones launched.
Ok, so the new LG Q6 “only” has a 5.5-inch screen, but it does have the 18:9 aspect ratio, it’s $1100 cheaper than the Note8 at $399, and while there’s no stylus, it’s in JB Hi-Fi stores from today.
ZTE has decided to come out of the shadows and compete head on under its own brand in Australia.
OPPO’s new R9s is a premium, mid-range smartphone focusing on camera performance, battery life, a 5.5” AMOLED screen, VOOC fast charging, and a new “six-string” antenna that blends into the all metal construction.
Available through JB Hi-Fi, ZTE has launched its own branded smartphones promising Dolby Atmos sound, seemingly eventual DayDream VR compatibility and more at mid-range pricing.
Amazon has partnered with JB Hi-Fi to sell its Kindle e-book reader in ‘select’ JB Hi-Fi stores and JB’s online store, to tempt ever more to Amazon’s online book selling service.
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