- 21 JanRead more »
The 2017 refresh of the LG K8 upgraded many features, while still remaining a very cheap option for those on a budget. is it able to stand up against the other options currently in its price range? In this post, we'll have a look at the all the features of the LG K8.
Body and Screen
The LG K8 has a 5 inch HD display. Since LG are great with fitting good panels on their phones, the LG K8 looks good. Although it has a plastic back, it is compact, light, and very comfortable to hold.
- 14 JanRead more »
The original Nokia 3310 was one of the most popular releases, back in the days where phones were only used for calling, texting, and snake. Now in 2017, Nokia has brought back the Nokia 3310 in its classic feature phone design, with a refresh to include features such as 3G in Australia. Can the new 3310 be a great option? In this post, we'll have a look at the features of the 3310.
Design, 3G, Camera
Design: The Nokia 3310 has its classic design, however the most notable difference is a larger colour screen at 2.4 inches and 240x320 pixels. The keypad has also been slightly redesigned.
3G: The Nokia 3310 3G version has access to all the current Australian 3G mobile frequencies, making it a great option for all networks.
- 8 JanRead more »
OPPO have been shaking up the smartphones market for the last few years by releasing affordable but excellent phones. Can it keep it up with its latest budget phone release, the OPPO A73? In this post, we'll take a look at all the features of the new OPPO A73.
Screen and Body
The OPPO A73 has a massive 6.0 inch screen at a Full-HD+ 1080 x 2160 pixels. This allows for very vibrant and detailed viewing, making the OPPO A73 an excellent phone for multimedia viewing. OPPO has also gone down then 18:9 ratio and minimal bezels path, so the OPPO A73 is still relatively comfortable to hold despite its large size.
- 1 JanRead more »
The LG K4, one of LG's cheapest budget phones, received a refresh in 2017 to make it more competitive in the market. Despite its low price point, can it still perform well? In this review, we'll break down the key features of the LG K4.
Connectivity, Design and Cameras
3G & 4G Network: Reception shouldn't be an issue on the LG K4, as the LG K4 covers all the 3G bands used by Australian telcos. It also includes many 4G bands as well, to allow for access to fast 4G networks and making it a great phone for the future.
Screen and Body: The LG K4 has a 5 inch LCD screen at a 480 x 854 resolution. While the resolution isn't very high, LG has improved the screen quality from the last model to allow it to still look good. The body looks sleek and modern with rounded