Your current phone is already pretty scratch-resistant, but it isn't drop proof. Your next phone, however, might begin to cross that boundary.
Pickr isn't the only comparison engine in Australia, because while we're about fair comparisons between phones, there are other systems for phone plans. One such system even has Aussies mobile networks rated.
The HTC Desire range has been sitting around longer than most of its products, and was one of the first properly premium ranges for the company. Now, though, it occupies a more budget friendly slot, and that's exactly where HTC hopes the Desire 628 will bring people over.
We live in a wireless world, and whether we're at work, home, the bus, the coffee shop, the airport, or anywhere else where you can catch a WiFi signal, there's a good chance you're always craving more speed. Good news then.
Google has finally taken the time to release Android Pay locally for every supported Android phone. Of course, there's a catch.
You no longer have to go out and buy an expensive thousand dollar phone if you want top quality features, and the mid-range is proving itself to be a more interesting place than you might expect, attracting the wallets of people keen for a great phone without needing to spend...
Australia's a bigger place than most of our international counterparts would realise, and when you're looking for a new phone, if you live out in those rural areas, it can be difficult, but Optus hopes a label will help things along.
Few tend to realise the dangers of using a free wireless network, but if you've ever been worried when you connect, an app will now at least alleviate some of those concerns.
One of the most important features people look for in a new phone is the camera, and so for Huawei's latest, the company has worked with someone who knows cameras.
The next generation of wireless technology has been announced, with Bluetooth hitting the big "5" with improvements across the board.