If you're after a clean version of Android and like the Nokia name, the 5.1 might just be what you're looking for.
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With a battery that just goes on and on and on, Motorola's Moto E5 has the capacity to surprise, especially at a $229 price point.
If you’ve ever been concerned about the internet going down, a backup solution is on the way, keeping you connected if ADSL2 ever wigs out.As much as we could have hoped that all Australians would have a always-on and always-connected fibre link to the internet, that hasn't quite panned out. The NBN is still rolling out, bit by bit by bit, and much of the country still has to connect to the web by way if ADSL, a technology which not only has limits to speed, but has also seemingly reached its use-by date.All…
One of the better iClone makers has made yet another, but this time it comes with support for the most amount of SIMs we've seen, ideal for country hoppers.
In its latest handset, the A57, Oppo is driving a bargain once more, so now the only question becomes is it worth it, or could you go better somewhere else?
Much of the focus on smartphones is on the flagship, but what if you don't have a lot of money to play around with? Kogan's latest could be for you, as the eTailer takes on Oppo, ZTE, and Motorola.
It's always nice when what was once expensive technology makes its way down to something that, well, isn't, and that's basically what LG is pushing out in the K8.