Over the last 12 months the question on most keen phone buyer’s lips has been Samsung Galaxy S III or iPhone (5)? In 2013 that question has become a whole lot more complex with some of the best looking and performing smartphones about to hit our local stores.
Post Tagged with: "smartphones"
Not content with discovering Sydney’s best burger, local startup Airtasker is proving to be the best way to get an iPhone 5 when they launch on Friday, letting you outsource your queueing to someone else.
Apple has a pretty good track history in creating hype, but has had to learn to live with more leaks than ever before in recent years. So with a few days to digest the information how do we feel about the iPhone 5?
Poor Nokia. Things looked promising when the Finnish company first inked its deal with Microsoft to only release Windows Phone handsets. But now, that partnership is holding it back, as the N900 illustrates.
Telstra’s 4G network is a wondrous beast. Lightning quick speeds make mobile internet browsing a joy using a 4G dongle. But if you were after a 4G phone, there hasn’t been a true standout… Until the HTC One XL.
Sure, Microsoft and Nokia are the minnows in today’s smartphone race, but they’re trying to catch up. Unfortunately, they’re kind of slow to do it, as today’s announcement of the next Windows Phone platform illustrates.
One of the most anticipated smartphones ever has been available for a few weeks now, but how does the Samsung Galaxy S III actually stack up?
The most anticipated Android phone of all time (of all time!) has officially been unveiled in Australia this morning. Excitingly, the Samsung Galaxy S III will be available to buy from midday today.
Windows Phone isn’t exactly setting the world on fire, but Nokia is hoping to change all that with its upcoming release of the Lumia 900 in Australia. The real question is whether it’s worth getting excited over?
The guys at Melbourne’s StudioProper have just unveiled the next iteration of its amazing Wallee mounting system. The Wallee M uses Neodymium magnets to connect to special mounting discs, and is available to back on Kickstarter.