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As teased earlier in the week, Oppo have shown off some new hardware that'll allow them to brubg 10x optical zoom and more advanced in-display fingerprint sensors to future devices.
It charges and pairs just fine, but you may hate the misaligned cutouts and error messages.
LG is not the global Android powerhouse it was a few years ago, but that doesn’t mean its phones aren’t great. 2018’s LG V40 ThinQ is one of our favourite smartphones despite it not being available officially in the UK.
Fnatic will be proudly displaying the OnePlus logo on its 2019 esports jersey thanks to a recently announced partnership with the Smartphone giant.
Rumors surrounding the reveal of Oppo's next major smartphone suggest the Chinese brand are set to unveil a device with an impressive 5x optical zoom.
Oppo have announced their first new device of 2019, the budget-friendly Oppo AX7.
Alcatel has shown off updated versions of their Alcatel 1X and Alcatel 1C smartphones and given CES attendees a sneak peek of what their connection with TCL could bring to future hardware.
Telstra has claimed that at least some of the first wave of 5G devices hitting will be exclusive to their network.
Rounding out their usual plethora of CES accessory announcements, Belkin have revealed they'll be returning to the audio space with a new set of earphones.
Nubia don't really operate in the Australian region but, if you're game to embrace the perils of importing, their latest "gaming" smartphone might just be worth the risk.
We’ve put together a little buyers guide below that highlights a few of the best smartphone options available at the moment, depending on what you’re looking for.
If you're looking to pick up a cheap Nokia smartphone in this year's Boxing Day sales, JB Hi-Fi is looking like the place to be.
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LG's V40 ThinQ, which features a whopping five cameras, will skip the holiday season and arrive in February.
These are the mid-tier smartphones that offer the best bang for your buck in 2018.
These are the 2018 smartphones that offer the best bang for your buck.
2018 is shaping to be even bigger than last year when it comes to smartphones. Apple might have staged a cultural comeback with the ultra-advanced iPhone X. However, Android brands like Samsung, Oppo and Huawei still have plenty to offer. Whether you're after an bezel-less display or dual-lens camera, where are plenty of great options to choose from. Here are the best phones that you can buy right now in 2018
Does the Google Pixel still hold its edge when it comes to smartphone photography? You bet. Is it still the best option for those who love to capture a snappy selfie or a lush landscape? Not quite. There are lots of great smartphones available for wannabe-photographers.
There are countless trends competing for attention in the gaming notebook and laptop space but not all of them are either useful or benefit the core gaming experience. A modern gaming laptop can be expensive so the last thing gamers want in a PC is gimmicks. What they do want is real-world value and extra-utility.
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