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Samsung Electronics Australia has received the Most Satisfied Customers award from Canstar Blue for its smartphone category. This follows Samsung's distinction in the TV and home theatre systems categories for the second consecutive year.

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Chinese smartphone vendor Oppo has released another model from its budget range in Australia, aiming to attract buyers to the A17 through a combination of price and decent specs, plus a 30-day mobile subscription.

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Wednesday, 21 December 2022 21:46

HMD Global announces Nokia C31 now available at Optus

HMD Global has announced the launch of the Nokia C31 smartphone with Optus Australia. Now the three major Australian carriers - Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone - all have Nokia devices, making the brand more accessible.

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Samsung says its Galaxy foldable smartphones shipped to businesses have more than doubled, with increasing interest from financial services organisations.

Google's latest flagship handsets are now available - the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, providing the purest Android experience with hardware specs to rival competing flagship smartphones from Apple and Samsung. Also available is the brand new Google Pixel Watch LTE with Fitbit.

App monetisation platform Displai harnesses augmented reality and smartphone technology to transform regular product packaging into video-enabled interactive packaging—opening doors for brands to engage consumers.

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Oppo's Reno8 Pro 5G is a well-designed device that has some features one associates with a high-end device, and others that belong lower on the scale.

Apple's September bounty from its R&D orchard has delivered the most advanced smartphones, wireless earbuds and smartwatches Apple has ever made, predictably going beyond the more incremental upgrades of competitors to deliver truly new features, products and interfaces.

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With the vivo Y55 5G, the Chinese firm can now claim that it sells the cheapest 5G device in Australia; it is priced at $299.

Chinese smartphone maker Oppo has released a new version of its ColorOS operating system based on Android 13.

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Samsung's fourth-get foldables are here: the Galaxy Z Flip4 and Z Fold4 have arrived, in bolder, lighter, more powerful and more durable forms, with an ever smaller crease, to push the boundaries of smartphone versatility and innovation beyond competitors, while Buds2 Pro get better audio and 40% stronger noise cancellation, and Watch 5 gets a Pro brother set to take on the toughest challenges - and challengers.

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Chinese smartphone vendor Oppo has released another device in its A series with a twist: there are two models, one priced at $449 and the other at $499, with the latter having more storage and memory.

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The Oppo Reno8 Lite 5G marks the release of a model in this line in Australia after more than a year, with the device coming after three of the company's Find X flagship series were unveiled. The phone was launched in early June.

The Oppo Find X5 Lite is the cheapest device in this flagship line and thus lacks many of the features that are part of the Find X5 Pro and the Find X5, its more expensive cousins. The price ($799) also reflects that.

Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO has released a model in its Reno line in Australia after more than a year, putting the Reno8 Lite 5G on sale from Thursday for $599.

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There was once a time when the launch of a smartphone, be it an Android model or one of Apple's suite, was an occasion. The company behind the device made a song and dance about it, and the media tended to follow suit.

Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO has released another device in its A series, the A96, retailing for $399 and available for purchase right away.

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Although there's no stylus support as with the Galaxy S22 Ultra, or optionally with the Motorola Edge 30 Pro, Oppo is banking on super advanced cameras powered by the custom MariSilicon X chip and a Hassleblad partnership, very stylish design, incredibly super fast charging, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 power, a super generous pre-order deal and more to win your heart, mind and wallet.

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Thirty-six percent of Australians – equivalent to almost 7 million people – are looking to buy a new mobile in 2022, with the Apple iPhone at the top of Australians’ shopping list, according to a survey by comparison website Finder.

Oppo and Samsung both have mid-range smartphones designated with an "A", followed by a number, and while Samsung's new A73 5G and A53 5G easily win the spec war, but at less than half the price, Oppo says its A76 is "built to meet daily digital needs."

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