OPPO launched in Australia at the end of 2014 but it has been one of the world's largest smart phone brand. It's popularity is mostly due the fact that it offers bang for the buck.The Oppo range of smartphones offer premium functionality and features for half th eprice of the top-tier devices.
If you are considering OPPO but are confused here is an overview of their current smart phones.
Samsung Galaxy S10 poised for BIG changes!
On the tenth anniversary of the Samsung Galaxy the South-Korean company is slated for a major announcement.
Are you looking for a telecom provider that best suits your requirement? Or are you plain frustrated with coverage issues and less than average customer service? We've all been there! All major cities in Australia are covered by most networks, however mobile coverage in rural Australia can be reduced with little to no coverage at all. Speaking to network providers can help you understand what network to choose especially if you live or plan to live in rural areas. Also consider how much data you may need or if you'd like to go on a contract or go pre-paid.
The mobile phone industry does a fantastic job of motivating people, young and old to part with their money on a biannual or annual basis. It's pretty rare that people hold on to their old phone for very long. There are obviously exceptions to the rule. In fact, I recently just upgraded from the iPhone 4S (pretty good effort!). But there is no doubt that it's far more common for people to upgrade their phones than to hold onto them. And that's exactly what phone companies are counting on.
Apple has smashed all iPhone price records with the announcement of their latest trio of iPhones. The super-sized XS Max with a price tag of $2000 breaks last year record price for the iPhone X by more than $500. The XS is quite identical to last years X and the XR is the "cheapest" of the three.
There were rumours around cancellations of the iPhone x and the iPhone SE and the release of three new phones. The latest on this is that mac rumors has now updated its report saying that it is the fabled SE 2 that has been dropped. Apple was rumored to launch an iPhone SE 2 this summer, but the company is yet to unveil such a model.
Mobile phones are something that a lot of people need in life from teenage years through to adulthood. While every consumer has different reasons for needing a mobile phone, chances are in order to initially obtain one or upgrade to the next desired model, most of the time you're required to sign into a mobile phone plan with a contract lasting 12-24 months. While this might not be an issue, if something were to go wrong with your products or services, you have certain rights to help you that can include being able to break your contract or allow you to pay your bills in a flexible manner under certain circumstances.
Young Australians are increasingly becoming addicted to their smartphones. As technology progresses, more and more people are looking down at the world of information on their phone, rather than the world right in front of them. The fear of missing out has led to the compulsive use of smartphones and is resulting in people left feeling anxious if they can't check their phone regularly and losing sleep over it too. While this is concerning, there are several tips and tricks to help make smartphones less addictive.
The iPhone X in all its glory has been said to have the most durable glass ever used in a smartphone according to Apple. While it might be all well and good to say this, SquareTrade has tested the iPhone X and found several durability tests at a height of 6 feet and found this Apple iPhone seems to be easily damaged. With a test score of 90 out of 100 points as a measurement of risk in their testing system, it makes it a high-risk model and with the high price to repair the iPhone X due to its tech, you won't want to be dropping this phone in a hurry. To compare to the SquareTrade tests, the Samsung Note8 had previously been named the "most fragile phone" with a score of 80 out of 100 after being subjected to the same tests.