A new mid-range phone from HTC is on its way, and it includes a bigger battery and a fingerprint sensor that is rather unlike its recent phones.
With voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) now becoming a big deal, the same service over WiFi is also popping up, but usually only if you have a new phone. Fortunately, that's changing, too. If you're a Telstra user with an iPhone this week, there's a good chance your phone reception could get better...
A new choice has emerged in the Australian mobile operator scene, and while it competes with the likes of Kogan and Amaysim, Moose Mobile plans to offer more than just low rates.
The next flagship phones from Huawei with two cameras and Leica branding will be here by the end of the month, and that includes the primo deluxe model we weren't sure we'd see.
Six months after Oppo's F1s first arrived, the company has a new model, and while it sports similar features, it manages to undercut the original.
It's clear the mostly glass design of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus can feel a little precious, so protection is a must. What are your options?
Whether you live in the city or out a little farther, Samsung's latest flagships shouldn't pose a problem for mobile communication.
HTC hasn't had the best of time with its U Ultra released earlier this year, but the company isn't done, and from the sound of things, it's about ready to squeeze a new phone out.
The Galaxy S8 isn't even officially out in Australia, and yet Samsung is already making a change, though this one not necessarily for the better.
Another year, another phone, and for 2017, it's all about unboxing your life and your phone. Is Samsung's S8 ahead of the curve?