Telstra has elaborated on its CES 2019 tease, revealing that the telco's local 5G offering will include the LG V50 ThinQ and Oppo's first 5G smartphone.
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Hot on the heels of rival Samsung, Huawei have shown off their own foldable smartphone ahead of this year's Mobile World Congress.
We went hands-on with Oppo's prototype 10x lossless zoom smartphone camera. Here's a look at what we saw.
Oppo has confirmed that it'll working with Telstra and Optus to bring its first 5G smartphone to Australia in 2019.
Ahead of this year's Mobile World Congress, Oppo has shown off new smartphone camera hardware that's capable of 10x lossless zoom.
Sony Mobile has teamed up with camera startup Light.
Ahead of its expected unveiling at this year's Mobile World Congress, a billboard has given us our first look at the Huawei Mate X.
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Ahead of their official reveal at this year's Mobile World Congress, Sony Mobile's 2019 lineup has been leaked in its entirety.
Ahead of their 8th March on-sale date, Optus has begun taking pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e and S10+.
Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ are going to offer spec-bumps, new tricks and 5G (for Telstra customers)
Samsung has put an end to the leaks and speculation surrounding its 2019 flagships, officially unveiling the Galaxy S10 and S10+.
Samsung has officially announced their next fitness-focused smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch Active.
Samsung’s 2019 flagship lineup this year will consist of three devices this year, courtesy of the newly announced Galaxy S10e.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and S10+ have just been announced. Here’s what the new Samsung flagship smartphones will cost if you live in Australia.
While celebrating the 10th anniversary of their Galaxy S range was the focal point of Samsung’s latest Unpacked press conference, the event also saw the company formally unveil their first foldable phone.
LG has reportedly scuttled plans to produce a foldable smartphone that would compete with the likes of Huawei and Samsung.
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