With competing flagship smartphones selling at prices anywhere from over $1000 to over $2000 in Australia, Nokia says its new 8.1 model for $699 "punches above its weight".

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Ok, so the iPhone XR didn't see the much larger queues seen at the Xs and Xs Max launch, but as the more affordable model, and in an age of online ordering, this was to be expected.

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From a massively enhanced S-Pen through to advanced cameras, a 512GB storage option, 6.4-inch display, 4000mAh battery and more, Samsung is doing its utmost to reign supreme as the No.1 Android.

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