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  1. Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Mobile Phone

    Launched alongside the Samsung Galaxy S9 on March 16th, 2018, the Galaxy S9 Plus offers more screen space, more RAM (6GB in total) and a superior camera than its smaller counterpart. It’s available in two capacities — the 64GB version has an RRP of $1,349, while the much larger 256GB model has an RRP of $1,499. It’s available in Lilac Purple, Midnight Black and Coral Blue colour options. Like the Galaxy S9, not a lot has changed in terms of its design when compared to last year’s Galaxy S8 range. Keen-eyed folks will notice the S9 Plus’ improved fingerprint scanner placement on the phone’s rear (it now sits below the camera, rather than right next to it). Elsewhere, the phone still boasts style for days, with its beautiful ‘Infinity Display’ providing a real edge-to-edge screen experience (the inclusion of Gorilla Glass 5 on the front and back of the phone make it feel especially comfortable in the hand). It’s got a 6.2-inch Super AMOLED display at 1,440 x 2,960 pixels (529ppi) with…

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    $979 - $1760
  2. Samsung Galaxy S9 Mobile Phone

    Samsung’s latest flagship phone debuted in Australia on Friday, March 16th, 2018 and is available in two capacities: 64GB, which has an RRP of $1,199, and 256GB, with a recommended retail price of $1,349. It’s available in three colours which Samsung’s calling Midnight Black, Coral Blue, Lilac Purple. In terms of looks, the handset isn’t hugely different from its Galaxy S8 forebear — and in fact, it’d take a keen eye to tell the two apart at a glance. The key giveaway is that the Galaxy S9’s camera and fingerprint sensor setup on the back is slightly different, with the latter having been moved from beside the camera to below it. That's a positive changed which makes the sensor far easier to find by touch alone, and should result in less fingerprints all over the camera lens. For those who’d like less "hands-on” security, there’s also an iris sensor that lets you opt for face unlocking instead. The Australian market gets the Samsung Exynos-powered version of the phone (the same…

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    $859 - $1503
  3. Apple iPhone 8 Mobile Phone

    While the iPhone X was announced at the same time as the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, many people won’t be interested in the substantially higher price you’ll pay for Apple’s tenth-year anniversary model or for the plus-sized equivalent. Instead, you get yourself an Apple iPhone 8 for only $1,079 for the 64GB model and $1,329 for the 256GB model with the extra storage. The whole lineup, including the iPhone 8, was announced on September 12, 2017 and became available only 10 days late on September 22. Much of what was great about Apple’s iPhone 7 smartphone has been brought over the iPhone 8 but there’s also some pretty major improvements. As far as the design is concerned, much of the iPhone 7’s sleek, rounded chassis has returned with the iPhone 8, and while they might seem identical at first glance, there is one prominent difference. The iPhone 8 has incorporated an all-glass design, ditching the aluminium rear panel and replacing it with a super tough, super stylish Gorilla…

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    $979 - $1479.95
  4. Apple iPhone 8 Plus Mobile Phone

    Offering most of the same functionality of the considerably more expensive iPhone X, the Apple iPhone 8 Plus is a fantastic option for those who want to stay within the iOS ecosystem and save some money at the same time. Starting at the RRP of $1,229 for the 64GB model, you can also score a larger 256GB version at the RRP of $1,479. The iPhone 8 Plus is available in Silver, Gold and Space Grey as standard, though a stylish Product Red edition is also on sale for those who want to stand out. Released on September 22, 2017, the iPhone 8 Plus features a similar design to the previous generation of iPhone products, with a slim, rounded body, only this time with glass on both the front and back of the handset. The move from aluminium to glass on the back of the phone allows the iPhone 8 Plus to charge wirelessly using Qi technology. While it’s true that an all-glass design does make phones more fragile, Apple has opted for sturdy Gorilla Glass on the iPhone 8 Plus, meaning it should be…

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    $1124 - $1389.95
  5. Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Refurbished Mobile Cell Phone

    iPhone 7 reaches a new level of innovation and precision. The jet black finish is like nothing we’ve ever made. The enclosure is splash- and water-resistant.1 The Home button is completely re-engineered. And with a new unibody design that’s seamless to the touch, iPhone 7 feels as amazing as it looks.With its entire enclosure re-engineered, iPhone 7 is the very first water-resistant iPhone.1 So now you’re protected like never before against spills, splashes and even dust. The Home button on iPhone 7 is an advanced solid-state button designed to be durable, responsive and pressure-sensitive. Working in tandem with the new Taptic Engine, it gives you precise tactile feedback as you press.

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    $729 - $849
  6. Apple iPhone 7 128GB Refurbished Mobile Cell Phone

    iPhone 7 reaches a new level of innovation and precision. The jet black finish is like nothing we’ve ever made. The enclosure is splash- and water-resistant.1 The Home button is completely re-engineered. And with a new unibody design that’s seamless to the touch, iPhone 7 feels as amazing as it looks.With its entire enclosure re-engineered, iPhone 7 is the very first water-resistant iPhone.1 So now you’re protected like never before against spills, splashes and even dust.The Home button on iPhone 7 is an advanced solid-state button designed to be durable, responsive and pressure-sensitive. Working in tandem with the new Taptic Engine, it gives you precise tactile feedback as you press. And it’s even customisable. Welcome home.

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    $509 - $799
  7. Apple iPhone X Mobile Phone

    The iPhone X is Apple’s tenth anniversary edition of its ever-popular smartphone, the ubiquitous iPhone. Officially announced on September 12, 2017 and available less than a month later on November 3, 2017, the iPhone X hit Australian shelves at a price of either $1,579 for the 64GB model or $1,829 for the 256GB model. This may seem like a high price for a smartphone in Australia, but as the major companies’ flagship smartphones continue to climb in price, it made sense for such a premium and special edition of the iPhone to have a premium price tag. So what makes the iPhone X worth the $1,579 or $1,829? While the iPhone has changed incrementally over the years, the iPhone X has introduced some truly huge changes to the smartphone we know and love. The first is the stunning all-screen, 5.8-inch Super Retina OLED display that almost entirely does away with bezels. A resolution of 1,125 x 2,436 translates to a pixel density of 458 pixels per inch (PPI), making for clear and crisp…

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    $1404 - $2019.99
Mobile phones are the wireless handheld devices that have allowed us to make calls and send texts for decades now, but with the evolution of the smartphone, you have the added benefit of an integrated computer running operating systems like Android and iOS. Both Apple's iPhone and Google's Android give you easy access to apps for both productivity and entertainment, plus games for play, cameras that can shoot great photos, and even built-in navigation systems. With the older 'feature' phones fast disappearing, the competitive smartphone market has taken over. Samsung and Apple are the leading manufacturers of the latest smartphones, followed closely by companies like Lenovo, LG, and Sony. Chinese manufacturers such as Huawei and Oppo have, in recent years, started becoming more popular, competing with the big boys on features while still offering up some great discounts and deals.
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