If you're after a cheap Android phone, it has always been tough to go passed the Kogan Agora. For the price, it gets the job done for users who aren't after a world-eating superphone. The good news today is that the current generation Agora smartphone is getting even cheaper as Kogan readies to launch a new model.
The new model, pictured above, is the Kogan Agora 4G+.
The main differences? It has more RAM now, with 2GB available, and more storage with 16GB now available. You also get better cameras: the front-facing camera is 2-megapixels while the rear-facing is 13-megapixels.
It's still quite cheap as well, coming in at just $239.
The announcement of the Agora 4G+ means that the existing Agora 4G is going to get cheaper to buy. Kogan is knocking $20 off the price, for a price of just $209. Compared to the $239 of the Agora 4G+, that might not be the best deal, but if you're shopping purely on price ever dollar counts, right?
The Agora 4G+ ships from right now.