Optus has introduced an interest-free device payment option — OptusPay — covering the purchase of all phones, tablets and wearables.
Chinese smartphone vendor realme has launched two wearables in the Australian market, a set of buds and a watch, both of which will go on sale from 4 February, the former on pre-order and the latter for purchase.
The global wearables market grew by 35.1% year-on-year in the third quarter to reach 125 million units, the technology analyst firm IDC says, adding that the surge was "driven by seasonality, new product launches, and the global pandemic".
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