What's better than one SIM card? Two SIMs, of course! The problem is that most phones won't accept a second SIM, no matter how much of a hammer enthusiast you are. If you're in the market for a modern, dual-network wielding mobile, MobiCity is currently accepting pre-orders for Sony's Xperia M2.
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I know a lot of you want a Nexus 4, the thing sold out in an hour for goodness sake, but please, for the love of all that is Google, don't resort to paying this absurd mark-up. Updated with response from the vendor.
We're seeing more and more high-end smartphones enter the market, and keeping up with all of them is nothing short of overwhelming. How will you decide which one will be your next handset? Here’s how popular beasts like the Galaxy S III stack up against upcoming options like the iPhone 5 and Lumia 920.
At yesterday's Galaxy Note launch, I queried Samsung's telecommunications VP Tyler McGee about the differences between the Note launched yesterday and the models you've been able to buy for months from direct importers. His answer wasn't terribly satisfactory, relying largely on stating that web-based phone sales might not be accurate. Over at Lifehacker, Gus looks into whether or not you can trust direct market phones, and what Aussie law has to say on the matter.
Exciting times are afoot if you’re coming off contract soon. Australia’s first 4G phone (the Velocity 4G) arrived yesterday, alongside the Samsung Omnia W, our first second-gen Windows Phone. Then there are upcoming phones like the HTC Titan II, Sony Xperia S, Nokia Lumia 900 and the Asus Padfone. Here’s how these upcoming beasts compare.
Wow. If ever there was a concept product I thought was destined to become Vaporware, it would have been the Modu modular mobile phone. Even when it was rumoured to be hitting production, I still thought it would never see the light of day, let alone release in Australia. But I was wrong - Mobicity has become the official Australian distributor for the handset, and it's available now.