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  1. The Best 2020 Phones for Gaming in Australia

    Over the past few years, phones have continued to get more powerful and deliver a great experience for gaming. With a growing range of games being released on mobile, mobile gaming is a very exciting space for the future. Below are our picks for mobile gaming for 2020 in Australia. Although not every phone on the list is a dedicated gaming phone, we've selected our recommendations of phones with powerful hardware that makes them suitable for gaming, for a range of budgets.

    realme X3 SuperZoom

    At a Glance: 6.6" 1080x2400 120Hz, Snapdragon 855+, 128GB/8GB, 4200mAh

    The realme X3 SuperZoom is a powerful phone that makes a decent gaming device due to its large 6.6" FHD 120Hz screen and Snapdragon 855+ processor. It's an excellent all-round phone in general if you want to keep to a mid-range

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  2. Best Budget Android Phones in 2020 - Under $250 in Australia

    While flagship phones make headlines around the world for the latest innovation and technologies, it doesn't mean that you can't get a solid smartphone if you are on a budget. Sure, you might miss out on the latest features such as as super slow mo and reverse wireless charging, and you'll struggle to run the most graphic intensive games on them, but they are still able to perform well for general use such as calls, watching videos. In the last few years, many budget smartphones have adopted features such as minimum bezel designs and Dual SIM that were traditionally only found in higher end smartphones, making 2020 the perfect time to score a budget phone. In this post, we round up some of the cheap smartphone options that pack a punch for the price.

    Meizu M6T

    Meizu has always been one to make great phones on a budget, and the Meizu M6T showcases the amount of hardware that can be packed in a budget phone. Dual SIM 4G/3G slots, 5.7 inch touch screen, and Octa-Core CPU

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  3. Samsung Galaxy J8, most exciting release this year from Samsung?

    Every member of the tech media is losing their minds over the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, and why wouldn't they? It's 2018 and Samsung has once again pushed the limitations of hardware design by craming a 4000mah battery into a phone almost the same size as the Note 8, all while retaining the headphone jack and their notchless infinity display.

    However in this humble blogger's opinion the most exciting release this year from Samsung is not the Note 9, but instead the humble Galaxy J8. For the first time in a long time, Samsung has released a dual sim phone into the Australian market.

    Samsung Galaxy J8

    Details

    The Samsung Galaxy J8 is a new mid-range phone from the Samsung machine. Sporting a Snapdragon 450 along with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage, this device is great for all

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  4. The best hearing-aid compatible (HAC) phones in 2018

    Just because your hearing is going doesn't mean your love of technology has to. Check out our helpful guide to smart phones that support the M4/T4 standards to ensure your calls are as clear as possible.

    What does M4/T4 mean?

    The M and T system refer to how the phone communicates with your hearing aid, with the quality represented by a number (higher is better.)

    M(icrophone) means that the phone uses your hearing aid's microphone, with minimal interference from the phone's electronics.

    T(elecoil) means that the phone transmits a magnetic signal to your hearing aid. This technology is also known as T-switch, T-coil and Telephone switch. This will generally be much clearer than Microphone, as your hearing aid will play the sound directly into your ear, without any extra noise or interference picked up when using the microphone.

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  5. Samsung Launches Ultra Slim GALAXY A Series

    Samsung Launches Ultra Slim GALAXY A Series Optimised for Social Networking

    Young consumers can now express themselves in greater style with the new Samsung GALAXY A Series smartphones

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  6. Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Review

    Samsung’s edgy new design makes curves work in new and interesting ways

    • Brilliant 5.6 inch curved Quad HD display
    • 16 megapixel camera with anti-blur technology
    • Improved S Pen for better creative control
    • Large battery with ultra-fast charging feature
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  7. LG G3 vs Samsung Galaxy S5

    LG G3 vs Samsung Galaxy S5

    For readers who are considering buying the LG G3 or the Samsung Galaxy S5, here is a specs and price comparison between the two devices in Australia. The comparison could help readers make an informed decision.

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    Models pose for photographs with LG Electronics' flagship G3 high-end smartphone at its unveiling ceremony in Seoul May 28, 2014. South Korea's LG Electronics Inc launched a revamped version of its flagship G3 high-end smartphone at a discount to its predecessor model on Wednesday and said it would ship more than 10 million units to improve its ailing handset business.

    Display and Design

    The LG G3 comes with a 5.5-inch True HD-IPS + LCD capacitive touch screen, rendering 1,440 x 2,560 pixel resolution. Its QHD display is one of the first in the market. The G3's display trumps that of the Galaxy S5 which comes with a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen, rendering 1,080 x 1,920 pixel resolution.

    The LG G3 comes with 146.3 x 74.6 x 8.9 mm dimensions and weighs 149 g. The Samsung Galaxy S5 comes with 142 x 72.5 x 8.1 mm dimensions and weighs 145 g.

    A user's preference will determine which among the two devices, which are both made of plastic, is better in terms of design.

    Hardware and Operating System

    Although there were some rumours the devices would be using the latest Snapdragon 805 chipset, both smartphone manufacturers chose to use the Snapdragon 801 chipset. The LG G3 is equipped with a 2.5-GHz quad-core Krait 400 processor, while the Samsung Galaxy S5 comes with a 2.5-GHz quad-core Krait 400 processor.

    The LG G3 comes with 16 GB of internal memory, which can be expanded by up to 128 GB using a microSD card. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S5 comes in two variants with 16 and 32 GB internal memory, which can be expanded by up to 128 GB using a microSD card.

    Both devices run on the Android KitKat operating system and 2 GB of RAM.

    Camera

    The LG G3 sports a 13-MP primary camera with phase detection/laser autofocus, optical image stabilisation and dual-LED flash. The secondary camera on the device is 2.1 MP. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S5 sports a 16-MP primary camera with phase detection autofocus and LED flash. The secondary camera on the device is 2 MP.

    Battery

    The LG G3 comes with Li-ion 3,000-mAh battery and the Samsung Galaxy S5 comes with a Li-ion 2,800-mAh battery.

    Price in Australia

    The LG G3 16 GB 4G LTE is priced at around AU$799.95 and the Samsung Galaxy S5 16 GB 4G LTE is priced at around AU$719.95 in Australia.

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  8. Samsung Galaxy S5 Review

    Key Features: 16-megapixel camera; 5.1-inch 1080p Super AMOLED screen; Android 4.4 with TouchWiz

    Manufacturer: Samsung

    Galaxy s5

    What is the Samsung Galaxy S5?

    The Galaxy S5 is Samsung's flagship phone for 2014 and more than 10 million units were shifted in its first month on sale. Is it a success? Certainly in terms of sales figures it's right up there.

    Should we get carried away by sales numbers alone? A phone should stand on its merits and the Galaxy S5 has made some important improvements to certain key areas over the Galaxy S4. The screen and camera are significantly better than those on last year's model.

    The Galaxy S5 now comes with waterproofing and a fingerprint scanner, although both have their downsides. The fingerprint scanner, for example, is nowhere near as easy to use as Apples TouchID on the iPhone 5S.

    There's no question that the Samsung Galaxy S5 is one of the best phones of the year, but competition is a lot stiffer these days. We start the review by comparing to the best of the rest.

    Buy Now at http://www.mobileciti.com.au/mobile-phones/samsung/galaxy-s5

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  9. Samsung Galaxy S4 (S IV) Review

    The Samsung Galaxy S4 is the most hotly anticipated smartphone ever from the Korean brand, and with a glut of top end features, it's the most powerful and desirable device Samsung has created yet.

    One of the most impressive things about the phone is the fact the size hasn't changed from its predecessor - the Galaxy S4 comes in at 136.6 x 69.8 x 7.9 mm, meaning there's no extra heft to try and work with in your palm.

    However, despite this fact, the screen on the S4 has been increased once more, to a whopping 5-inch display with Full HD resolution. This means the same amount of pixels you'd have seen on a TV that cost well over $2,000 four years ago is now riding around in your pocket.

    Samsung Galaxy S4 review

    The Samsung Galaxy S4 is the most hotly anticipated smartphone ever from the Korean brand, and with a glut of top end features, it's the most powerful and desirable device Samsung has created yet.

    One of the most impressive things about the phone is the fact the size hasn't changed from its predecessor - the Galaxy S4 comes in at 136.6 x 69.8 x 7.9 mm, meaning there's no extra heft to try and work with in your palm.

    However, despite this fact, the screen on the S4 has been increased once more, to a whopping 5-inch display with Full HD resolution. This means the same amount of pixels you'd have seen on a TV that cost well over $2,000 four years ago is now riding around in your pocket

    Let's not pretend that Samsung is a pioneer in this area though: like a great many features of the Galaxy S4, the phone borrows a lot from the other top smartphones of the moment. Both the Sony Xperia Z and the HTC One have screens that rock the same resolution, but neither of them have the jaw-dropping clout of the Super AMOLED HD screen on offer here.

    On top of that, there's a much faster processor packed under the hood, ample storage space for media thanks to an expandable memory card slot, and the likes of 4G, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and pretty much any other connection you care to mention on board.

    Samsung has tried to supplement this with a tranche of software upgrades too, meaning a more powerful camera, a better way to communicate with your friends and consume media, and interestingly a big push into health through dedicated apps too.

    The Samsung Galaxy S4 costs the same as the HTC One, give or take a few dollars here or there, on contract. This will still put it around $65 per month, which isn't too bad for such a high design.

    But before we dissect all the possibilities the phone has to offer, let's look at the design. As we mentioned, it's impressive in its form factor, thanks to the sub-8mm thickness, and at 130g it manages to still be light without shaving off so much heft that you feel like you've got a flimsy piece of plastic.

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  10. Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

    Key specifications and features spotlight

     

    Processor – the Samsung Galaxy S3 runs a quad-core processor called the Exynos 4 Quad, which operates at 1.4GHz. To put this in perspective, the Samsung Galaxy S2 ran a similar processor rated at 1GHz and was hailed as breakthrough when it was launched in 2011. To step it up again shows Samsung’s commitment to fast and efficient software.

     

    Screen – the Samsung Galaxy S3 boasts a HD 1,280 x 720 screen, which is half an inch bigger than the S2. It is a display that has set a new, very lofty benchmark in the mobile phone industry.

     

    Dimensions – the S3 is slightly larger than its predecessor, but its neat design means you really don’t notice much of a change. The dimensions sit at 136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6mm, with light plastics ensuring it tips the scales at just 133g. Overall, it’s a very light feeling phone, especially for its size.

     

    Battery – to cope with upgrades to processors and displays, a larger battery was needed. This contributes to the larger dimensions on the S3. The battery is removable, which is a great feature should you be having troubles down the track.

     

    The Samsung Galaxy S3 also features the very latest Android operating system and a very suave looking camera. All ‘hub’ apps featured on the S2 are carried over to the S3 as well.

     

    Find some of Australia’s best prices on the Samsung Galaxy S3 right here

    MobileCiti is proud to provide some of Australia’s best prices on the Samsung Galaxy S3, meaning you don’t have to pay a fortune for this truly marvelous mobile phone. We deliver all over Australia, making us the first choice for many shoppers looking to buy a Samsung Galaxy S3 online.

    Samsung Galaxy S3

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