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Reviews by Scott Plowman

LG G6 — Australian Review

There are two big dogs so far this year when it comes to flagships -- the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the LG G6 (with an honourable and very notable mention to the Huawei P10). With Samsung battling brand reliability issues post-Note 7 fiasco, this is LG's big chance to make …

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ZTE Blade V7 Plus — Review

ZTE have been around for three decades in international markets, and while they've done a lot of OEM work in Australia, including white-label phones for Telstra, their brand name isn't especially well known to the Australian consumer. However, like many other Chinese manufacturers, they're attempting to turn that around and …

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LG V20 — Australian Review

The second flagship of the year from LG in 2015, the V10, did not officially make it here to Australia but 2016 is a different story. After an indifferent G5 release, LG are really looking to finally make an impact in Australia in 2016 with the release of the impressive …

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LG V20 — First Impressions

2016 is a very Pixelly year. For any other manufacturer to be releasing a new phone at the end of the year, they’re going to find it very difficult, especially with the large marketing push Google are doing this year. LG have decided to release their second flagship for the …

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LG X Power — Australian Review

The LG X Power is meant to be all about delivering premium core features at an affordable price. There are plenty of mid-range devices available in Australia at the moment and we have reviewed many of them here at Ausdroid. Mid-range is mid-range for us tech followers but for the …

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Fossil Q Wander — Review

There were very few, if any, traditional watch manufacturers that jumped onboard the Android Wear bandwagon when Google released it in 2014. 2015 didn’t see much of a change from that, although there were many rumours about different watch manufacturers joining the Android Wear party. 2016 seems to be the …

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Fitbit Charge 2 – Review

Fit bands seem to be a dime a dozen these days and yet the only brand that a majority of people know is the Fitbit. Fitbit were not the first to make a fit band but they were the first to make it usable and bring it to the masses. …

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Review: Alcatel Idol 4S

Alcatel since their relaunch in Australia has been attempting to change their brand awareness in Australia, device launches of the low-cost Pixi and Pop branded devices have gone a long way to launching their brand through pre-paid devices on Optus plans. The Idol series is their higher end series and …

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