Although Australia was one of the first countries to gain confirmation of a wide Xperia Z rollout, Sony left it out the initial launch waves. And, as it appears, Aussies will be left hanging a little more than expected, specifically until March 26.
We know, Sony’s Xperia Z is all the rage at the moment, what with its waterproofing and all, but the ZL deserves a turn in the spotlight too.
If you don’t mind shelling out some big bucks in advance for the Oppo Find 5, you can now pre-order the 5-inch full HD smartphone from Australian retailer Mobicity.
We told you last month that all major carriers in Australia will be offering the popular phone. Now here’s some fresh information regarding its availability and pricing in the land of the down under.
It was pretty smart to unveil the One before the Samsung Galaxy S4, but that’s going to mean zilch if HTC’s flagship won’t also be out in stores by the time the S4 is official. The sooner the better.
As impressive as the specs are, it’s hard to tell whether customers will lap up the HTC One once it hits stores. But one thing is clear is that HTC has no problem convincing mobile operators worldwide to carry the phone.
With HTC One’s unveiling days away and Samsung Galaxy S4’s launch likely set for March, one would think the headlines battle would be carried between the two and no one else. And yet Sony Xperia Z’s mojo seems impossible to disrupt.
Oops, the Nexus 4 has done it again. The 16GB variant of the phone is now listed as “out of stock” on the Australian Google Play, less than half an hour after it returned to the store.
If you can’t wait for the N4 to make its not-so-triumphant return to Google Play in Australia, you may want to consider grabbing the phone from various retailers in the country.
According to various reports around the web, both the unbranded Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X down under are getting big scoops of smooth butter courtesy of the much awaited official updates to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.