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The Oppo R9s arrived in Australia last week, promising a premium design, excellent camera, and snappy performance for only a fraction of the price other manufacturers charge. But does it live up to its hype? Here are the key features of the R9s.
Body & Screen
Design-wise, the Oppo R9s features an all-metal body, giving it a stylish look as well as protection. It is also thin and lightweight, only 6.58mm thick and 147 grams.
The Oppo R9s has a 1920 x 1080 pixel Full-HD AMOLED screen, to offer sharp
Are you a basic user on a tight budget, but still want a smartphone with decent features and performance? In this post, we’ll have a look at 5 of the best cheap smartphones.
Vodafone Smart First 6
As its name suggests, the Vodafone Smart First 6 is a simple and easy to use phone, making a ‘smart first’ if you are looking for your first phone. With the Android operating system, access to 3G bands, and a MicroSD slot to expand storage, the Smart First is very attractive for its price. Mobileciti has the Vodafone Smart First 6 unlocked, so you
Remember the days of using your indestructible and long battery-life Nokia? Perhaps you just want a phone with a physical keypad to make calls, or want to buy an easy to use phone for your parents. In a world of smart phones, there are still many advantages of having a classic phone. Manufacturers have realised this and are now producing modern bar and flip phones with many decent features – while still remaining at a cheap price.
We’ll have a look at some of the best classic phones in the list below. Note that all the phones in this list offer 3G, so they are still able to connect to Telstra’s 3G network after the shutdown of their 2G network late last year, and will also be able to connect to Optus and Vodafone’s 3G network after their planned shutdowns later this year.
As phones become more powerful, manufacturers are releasing larger phones for easier viewing. Phablets are now common in the market, with many devices having a screen off greater than 5.5 inches. However there are still many reasons for wanting a phone with a smaller display. A compact phone is much easier to hold, especially when making a call. The phone will also sit more comfortably inside your pocket, and allow you to complete many tasks with one hand. Below is a list of some excellent small screen phones that are portable yet still powerful.
Huawei Y3 II
Display: 4.5 inches
Meet the new Huawei Nova Plus! Released in Australia during November 2016 with a competitive price tag, below we have a look at the key features.
Body & Screen
Huawei phones are known for their premium look and feel, and the Nova Plus is no exception. With a metal body, a curved side, and beveled edges, the phone will feel comfortable in your hand. At the rear there is a fingerprint scanner to allow you to easily and securely unlock your phone. The Nova Plus has a 5.5 inch Full HD screen,