Seemingly taking naming inspiration from a famed competitor, the Kogan Agora 8 Plus aims to attract near on $2000 phone buyers with a model a tenth of that price.
With Netflix built-in, Android 5.1 for Google Play store compatibility, South Korean LED panels, PVR capability, 3xHDMI ports and more, Kogan’s prices may well leave competitors smarting.
King of the affordably priced technology domain, Kogan, has cunningly unleashed its first "high end" Android-powered phone at a budget price – time to upgrade?
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