Samsung have launched four new Galaxy A smartphones in Australia today, offering features from their flagship S series at a fraction of the price.
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If you were expecting a delay between the announcement of the Google Pixel 3a and Google Pixel 3a XL, you'll be delighted to learn that both budget-friendly Pixel phones are already available in Australia.
The Nokia 9 PureView is set to be available in Australia from the 9th of May 2019. Here’s how much it’ll cost.
HMD Global's latest Nokia-branded flagship has gotten an official Australian price ahead of launch.
To tie-in with Mother's Day, Huawei is running a promotion that'll see buyers of their new P30 and P30 Pro smartphones gifted with a $200 e-gift card.
Although the Australian government has blocked the company from participating in the rollout of telcos’ 5G networks, Huawei says it has registered strong growth in its local carrier business.
An additional version of Motorola's new Moto G7 will be available through Telstra.
In another piece of bad news for Samsung this week, the Galaxy Wearable app for Android devices is currently broken, with many users reporting sign-in problems.
Following the arrival of their flagship Matebook X Pro late last year, Huawei's more-affordable premium notebook PC is now available in Australia.
A number of US tech writers and journalists have reported issues with the durability of Samsung's first foldable, raising durability concerns days out from the device's launch.
Apple and Qualcomm have surprisingly settled their legal case, with Apple agreeing to pay Qualcomm an undisclosed sum and royalties.
Google has officially begun laying the groundwork for the arrival of their next set of Google Pixel smartphones.
Oppo has pushed the asking price for their entry-level smartphones even lower, announcing the new AX5s.
Chinese smartphone and technology giant Xiaomi is making the jump to the Australian market.
Announced overnight, Samsung's A80 features a no-notch, all-screen display and a rotating camera.
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