A report from a public inquiry conducted by the Australian Communications Media Authority in 2011 estimated that collectively Australian consumers spent $1.5 billion more than they have to each year because they choose the wrong mobile plan.
HTC confirmed the launch of the HTC One in Australia from April 23. The device will be available from most major networks including Telstra, Virgin Mobile, Optus, and Vodafone.
The Galaxy S4 will be available from at least four Australian carriers, including Telstra, Vodafone, Optus and Virgin.
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.
One of the most anticipated Android smartphones to be on display at CES 2013, Sony’s Xperia Z, might have not had many surprises in store spec-wise, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t make waves in Vegas.
Assuming you live in Australia and have been eyeing the Samsung Galaxy Music, we have a bit of good news for you. Said handset will soon be available. In fact, Optus has announced that the handset will arrive for sale on November 15.
With only one week to go until the 5.5-incher’s special New York City launch party, reports on the beast’s releases outside Europe — which has already got a taste of the Note 2′s speed — are piling up. It looks like Sammy is really trying to conquer the entire world this time.
Australia has joined Germany on the list of countries outside of South Korea that will be offering the Samsung Galaxy S3 4G. The phone will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box.
Thought to only be a China-exclusive phone back in June, Motorola’s Razr V has spread its tentacles relatively fast outside Asia. Although it hasn’t yet hit the United States (and might never do so), the Razr V will be available to quite a lot of tech users in only a matter of hours. Bell Canada is expected to put the sexy mid-ranger up for sale tomorrow, on August 3, and now Optus Australia has announced the phone as coming on the same day. The carrier’s announcement took us by surprise earlier today, but it’s surely nice to see someone walk…
HTC’s high-end One X has been available for quite some time in Australia, but the mid-range One S and low-end One V are nowhere to be found at any Aussie major carrier right now. However, we knew that it was only a matter of time until Australian tech users will be able to enjoy HTC’s entire One series of smartphones, and now ausdroid.net has gotten an anonymous tip confirming the coming of the S and V. According to the source, the One S and V will be made available in the near future via Optus, Australia’s second largest mobile carrier…