Tag / mid-range

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OPPO F1s now available in Australia, offering premium build and features for $350

OPPO has released yet another device to shake up the Aussie market and our perception of what makes a good smartphone with the OPPO F1s.


Review: OPPO R7s

The line separating what is a manageable form factor for most, and clear phablet territory for those after greater screen real estate, could not be better exemplified than in the original two mid-range offerings from OPPO, the R7 and R7 Plus; but with the OPPO R7s there’s a happy medium that might just be for the better.

We’ve spent time with the OPPO R7 and its far bigger sibling, the R7 Plus and now the newest entrant to OPPO’s R7 series, the R7s offers a 5.5-inch panel for those torn between a relatively compact 5-inch display or going all out with a 6-inch phablet. As we found though, it’s with time that OPPO has been able to build upon a ...

OPPO Australia to launch elegant mid-range OPPO F1 next week, at remarkably low price

OPPO’s latest handset, the OPPO F1, aims to capture the attention of consumers with its premium build and quality specs, but mostly significantly with its unbelievably low price.


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OPPO R7s makes its debut in Australia

OPPO Australia has announced this morning that the brand’s latest mid-range handset with a premium vibe, the OPPO R7s is now available for Aussies.


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Review: Sony Xperia C5 Ultra

If there’s one thing that’s caught on over the past few years amongst the younger generation, it’s selfies, and that’s exactly the segment Sony have their sights set on with their latest mid-ranger, the Xperia C5 Ultra.

Packing a rather discreet 13MP camera on its rear and a gargantuan 22mm wide-angle 13MP sensor up front — with an almost equally large flash LED — it’s clear this handset wants to leave an strong impression. So then, does it?


Huawei G8 and MediaPad M2 launch in Australia

Huawei’s latest offerings to the Australian market in the G8 smartphone and MediaPad M2 tablet just may be the right amount of high-end without breaking the bank.


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Review: OPPO R7 Plus

If the past few years have shown anything in the smartphone space, it’s that interest in phablets are on the rise. The melding of phone with a screen size that borders tablet territory makes for an intriguing proposal for folks out there who wish to consume content on a large enough display, without the need to spend the extra on a separate tablet, let alone the hassle of having to take it with them while out and about.

But phablets have typically been offered with premium specs at an outlandish price-point. In Australia at least, there are few options for those after a phablet which ticks most of the boxes, while at a price you’d actually consider. The OPPO R7 ...

OPPO Australia launches elegant Mirror 5s at $269 sweet spot


OPPO are looking to make their mark a big one here in Australia and today it comes in the form of new handset, the Mirror 5s which looks to take on other mid-range heavyweights.


Sony Australia announces ‘super mid-range’ Xperia M5 with 3GB RAM and 21.5MP/13MP cameras

Hot off the heels of their launch of the Xperia M4 Aqua, Sony Mobile Australia has confirmed its successor, the Xperia M5 will be headed to Australia.


Sony brings waterproof, octa-core Xperia M4 Aqua to Optus

Sony Mobile Australia has today announced it’s managed to bring its mid-range Xperia M4 Aqua handset to Optus retailers nationwide and its specs may surprise you.


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Sony bumps up the NXT Series, officially announces the Xperia P and U in Australia

Sony Mobile has today officially announced two new additions their NXT Series of the Xperia line. The two culprits are the Xperia P and the Xperia U. These two phones will be joining the Xperia S and the Xperia Sola between mid-June and the 22nd of July – full release details are found below. The Xperia P will be available at Telstra, Dick Smith and Sony Retail Stores, while the Xperia U will be available at Crazy John’s and the same retail partners.

The Xperia P is for those of you looking for a mid-range phone, while the Xperia U is a really budget Xperia. The newest additions to the NXT Series feature 2011 hardware, with 2012 software. It is ...