The latest flagship phones for 2019 haven't really been announced, but don't let that stop every manufacturer. In fact, Nokia's previous flagship series -- the Nokia 8 -- is getting a bit of a refresh, and a shift to nearer to the mid-range.
As more Aussies embrace their phones to do everything, is it too much to ask all Aussie banks to adopt standard mobile tap payment solutions?
A new year and a new Note, as Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 returns to offer more than just another big phone, but a big phone with a great camera, battery life, and something to use that big screen for.
A new camera is on the way from Canon, and it features a meatier sensor and flip-up screen to let you do more than travel photos. It’ll even let you make the camera more colourful.
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.
Samsung's Galaxy A7 pushes the limits of the mid-range, asking $799 for what is essentially a slightly less impressive Galaxy S7. Does it succeed, or should you just go with the more expensive model instead?