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.
While pretty much every iPhone since the iPhone 5S supports Apple Pay, the same isn't true with Android phones and Google Pay. So what can you do if your phone doesn't support Google Pay, and how do you add the mobile payments to your life?
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro delivers a whole heap of features and learnings, and tries to topple everything else released this year. Does it succeed?
When is a phone more camera than phone? When it's built around the idea of excelling the camera significantly, and not just improving the sensor marginally. Huawei's Leica-collaborated P20 Pro makes the case for smartphones to kill the camera, and even pushed into mirrorless territory.
Phones for the new year are typically announced near the beginning of the year, but LG has held off, waiting until May to talk up what it has next.
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.