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You can now buy the new Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 220 4G in Australia.
Google's fourth attempt at a flagship smartphone sports high-end specs, a competitive price-tag and a dual-lens camera that hangs with the best of them.
One of the Pixel 4's coolest features - an on-board assistant that's faster and capable of interacting with Android apps - won't come to Australian consumers after the device launches.
Oppo has introduced the new Reno2 Z to the Australian market.
Motorola has launched their latest budget phone into the Australian market.
Announced following the reveal of the Surface Neo, Microsoft has announced their first consumer smartphone in almost a decade: the Surface Duo.
Unveiled at last month's IFA in Berlin, the new Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 2720 will be available in Australia from later this week.
Chinese smartphone brand RealMe has announced plans to enter the Australian market later this month.
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Optus customers will now be able to use the Reno 5G and the Galaxy S10 5G on the telco's next generation mobile network.
Xiaomi have debuted a new concept smartphone where the display goes far beyond just curving at the edges.
Oppo have shown off the next iteration of their VOOC fast-charging tech and (finally) moved to embrace wireless charging.
Huawei's first flagship since the company was kicked out of the Google ecosystem has finally been revealed.
Ready to leave the days of physical SIM cards behind? Telstra are going to be offering the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max via eSIM.
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