Oppo’s Find N3 will launch in Australia, but it’s got some embedded competition in the Galaxy Z Fold 5 to deal with.
The Motorola Moto G14 isn’t particularly expensive, but it gets the job done for most everyday smartphone needs.
The Aspera AS8 is a highly affordable smartphone at just $149, but it’s worth comparing it to what else you can get at this price.
At just $99, the Aspera AS5 is certainly inexpensive, but it is actually good value? It’s mostly fine… except for one detail.
On paper, the Motorola razr 40 Ultra is the king of the hill, but I’m more intrigued by the razr 40 instead. Here’s why.
The Motorola Moto e13 is inexpensive, and that’s its best trait. It’s otherwise slow and compromised, and beaten by other Motorola phones.
Google has just launched the Pixel Fold, but the search giant has “no plans at this time” to launch its the Pixel Fold in Australia.
Google knocks it out of the park with the Pixel 7a, delivering great value, excellent battery life and exceptional performance.
Now, to be clear, you shouldn’t kick or drown a smartphone deliberately. But if you’re after a rugged smartphone for whatever reason, the Nokia XR21 might be just what you’re looking for.
Samsung’s Galaxy A54 handset offers good value for $699 with solid battery performance, decent processor performance and a workable — if slightly colour-oversaturated — camera setup.