Fast-growing smartphone and technology company, realme, has released its realme 7 model in a new 5G-equipped model, reaching the $499 mark as 5G devices and 5G towers become ever more available in Australia and around the world.
Featuring a multi role Quad Camera, a long-lasting, fast-charging battery and an “immersive Infinity-U Display”, Samsung knows the bulk of its sales and those of competitors are in the mid-range, with 42 obviously the correct answer to life, the universe and everything.
At $499, you miss out on wireless charging, an IP water resistance rating, the fastest Qualcomm processors, optical zooms and more, but OPPO is still seeking to offer what it says are "unbeatable features at an affordable price".
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