Apple’s iPhone 7 is now more than six months old, but it still trounces its Android competition including the brand new Samsung Galaxy S8.
A press release from OnePlus for its new US$399 OnePlus 3 flagship Android smartphone — regrettably not sold in Australia — got me thinking again about value for money.
Smartphone adoption in the Asia Pacific region, including in Australia and New Zealand, is exploding with predictions it will nearly double over the next five years amidst ‘hyper-competition’ between smartphone manufacturers like Apple, LG and Samsung.
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