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We’ve seen both what Motorola calls the high and the low end of its mobile phone spectrum, and now it’s time to check out the mid-range, as Motorola’s “G” enters the appropriately initialled GadgetGuy labs.
Nokia has done the budget phone and the mid-range phone, and it’s even made the phablet near perfect on its first try, so what can it do if it plugs that big phone formula into a regular 5 inch phone? Let’s find out.
Rumours can now be quelled, as Apple has shown off its long awaited and suspected wearable. Is it everything people expected?
If you loved the look of the 5 inch metal-bodied One M8 but didn’t want that 5 inch size, HTC’s One Mini 2 may fit the bill, even with its awkward name.
If big phones are your thing, you’re in luck, as Huawei updates its Ascend G series with a 5.5 inch model, and a 6 inch Mate to go along with it.
Motorola may have taken its time coming back to Australia, but its phones are back in a big way. But if the small Moto G and Moto X aren’t big enough for your expectations, it’s time to raise them — and the phone size — just a little.
More than just another tablet in its long running Galaxy Tab range, the Tab S is a reinvention with a screen that will make your eyes go wow and a weight that outshines even Apple’s iPad.
Pretty. Petite. Plain. These are all words that start with the letter “p” and may as well be what that letter stands for in Huawei’s Ascend P7, a simple and slender phone for mid-range budgets that want a 4G handset to fit in their pocket for a night on the town.
Bright. Yellow. Cheap. These are words practically screamed by a new smartphone made for wrists. Adults would look insane to wear it, but that’s because it’s not for them, it’s for kids, and for keeping them safe.