GaN is gallium nitride technology, and it is primarily used to make laptop and phone chargers smaller and more powerful, and while I've seen some crowdfunding projects promote them, Belkin seems to be first to bring them to major retail stores in Australia, with two new models.
OPPO won't actually sell any of its phones on its brand new online store, presumably to preserve relationships with its retail partners, but you can buy its headsets, cases, chargers, power banks, cables and adapters online.
Smartphone manufacturer Vivo Mobile has joined the mobile telecommunications industry’s recycling program – MobileMuster – joining Australia’s major mobile handset manufacturers and network providers who work in collaboration to provide a free national recycling program to their customers.
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