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Samsung has announced what might be a more affordable option for those looking to buy into the 5G hype.
Huawei have committed to launching their next flagship handset in Munich on September 19.
Apple has set a date for the reveal of the next iPhone.
Google has indicated that Huawei's Mate 30 won't have access to US apps like the Google Play Store (or Facebook) at launch.
Samsung have launched their first MicroLED display at this year's Integrate Expo in Melbourne - but it's only available for businesses.
TCL's pocket-sized Palm handset is now available in Australia through JB Hi-Fi.
Samsung's PlayGalaxy Link game streaming app isn't yet available but the GLAP is.
Telstra have sent out the deets around their Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus plans.
Chinese smartphone brand Vivo has fanned the flames, hyping up their hopes for the Australia brand amid their JB Hi-Fi debut.
In a surprise move, a leaked JB Hi-Fi sales pamphlet has revealed the retailer will be expanding its smartphone offering with new Xiaomi and Vivo devices.
The good news? Xiaomi's first 5G phone is now available in Australia. The bad news? It's launched without carrier support.
Vodafone have unveiled just how much you'll have to pay to nab Samsung's latest Note series smartphones - plus their incentive for choosing them over the other options.
Optus have announced mobile plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and confirmed they'll be offering its 5G counterpart later in the year.
Samsung's faux-desktop smartphone app now works on laptops.
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