Retailing for $349 at retail stores while Vodafone offers it to post-paid users for just $299, the TCL 20 R 5G wants to prove you don't need to spend $1000+ on a phone, nor need fancy folding screens, to have a great smartphone experience.
Although its processor can't soar to the heights of Snapdragon's 8xx-series processors, realme has managed to pack in a range of features once reserved for flagship models, as Android phone makers continue competing with each other for the hearts, minds and wallets of everyday consumers.
I've heard it said for many years that those in the trades make more money, with OPPO hoping you'll spark yourself into action to get a new OPPO with a more powerful chippie and much better specs, saving your eyes and your wallet even more with its new trade-in and trade up program.
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.
Qualcomm's 888 SoC is its flagship processor for flagship smartphones, with the 7-series for high-end models ,the 6-series for mid-range devices, the 4-series for low-end smartphones and the 2-series for the entry-level, so with 5G now on the new 480, 5G is sure to spread far and wide in 2021.
The MVNO wars continue apace, with mobile virtual network operators offering excellent deals to capture the hearts, minds and wallets of consumers, with Boost's early 2019 plans no exception.
Ok, so we don't have a screen above 6-inches, while the processor isn't the most powerful, but Kogan has launched the latest model in its ultra-affordable Android smartphone and for the price, it's impressive!
On sale for $199 outright or $149 via Telstra Prepaid, Nokia has added 50% more processing power to its new Nokia 2.1 model, along with a 5.5-inch screen and stereo speakers.
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.
Striking deeply into the profit margins of its competitors is Kogan, whose new flagship running Android OS 7.0 is coming in at a pre-order cost of just $199.
Microsoft isn’t just gunning for destruction of cheap and nasty sub $100 Androids, it is seeking global smartphone domination from the bottom up.
Alcatel Onetouch, the company that has bought the Palm brand name from HP, is set to unveil a low-cost smartwatch at the International CES next week.
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