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LG has launched the LG Q Stylus, a mid-range smartphone.
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Samsung Australia has announced record pre-sales and strong first weekend sales at retail outlets for the Galaxy Note9.
Huawei Australia and Vodafone have announced a bonus offer for the Huawei nova 3e smartphone.
Alcatel has launched three new handsets with Telstra, the Alcatel 1X, the Telstra Superior Powered by Alcatel, and the Telstra Essentials Plus Powered by Alcatel.
The official reveal of this year's Google Pixel smartphones isn't expected to come until October 9th but that hasn't deterred leakers from trying getting the details out ahead of time.
Apple has officially set a date for the reveal of its 2018 iPhones: September 12th.
TCL have announced their latest BlackBerry-branded smartphone: the KEY2 LE.
Vodafone Hutchison Australia and TPG have agreed to a “merger of equals” the companies announced this morning.
HMD Global has launched its second device in the Android Go family with the Nokia 2.1.
ABI Research's Teardown has released a statement criticizing the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer over the 'frustrating' user experience offered by the Edge Sense 2 tech found in its recent HTC U12+ flagship.
Huawei has updated last year's Mate 10 to include one of the most talked-about features from this year's P20 Pro.
LifeProof introduces NËXT, its first case for a Note device.
OtterBox has announced a full lineup of protective cases for the Galaxy Note9, available in Australia and New Zealand.
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