Thursday , April 27 2017

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What’s happening in October..

It’s finally October, which means there is a fair bit of stuff expected to happen, unless of course you’re waiting for your Android 2.1 or 2.2 update, because that’ll no doubt be pushed back, again! In all seriousness though, there are a couple of fairly big launches coming up, and …

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HTC Aria headed to Optus for mid October launch

So it turns out Techanist was right last month when they said the HTC Aria would be headed to Optus. This morning’s HTC announcement, attended by Neerav Bhatt, provided the crucial pricing information: $49/mo (includes 1GB of data). That puts it on an equal par with the HTC Wildfire on …

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HTC Aria being launched tomorrow, but on what Carrier?

HTC Australia have announced today, via Facebook, that the HTC Aria will be launched/officially announced/something tomorrow but have given no ideas as to which Carrier it will come to. We’ve reported in the past that it would be Optus, but strange things can happen. The Aria would sit well at …

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HTC Wildfire — Review

The last twelve months has seen a real explosion of Android devices hitting the Australian market, and this has been especially true for Telstra – not five months ago they bought (in my opinion) the second best ever Android phone to market, and in the time since, they’ve also released …

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Dell Streak coming to Optus from October 1st

Today we can announce that the Dell Streak is headed to Optus from October 1st on a 3 month exclusive deal. The Streak, which is the first Android Tablet launched in Oz, will be available for $649 outright or $0 upfront on Optus’s $59 Cap which includes 2GB of data, …

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Why Telstra should get the Desire Z

Telstra said at day 1 that they weren’t going to launch an Android device until they thought the platform was mature & stable enough. They kept that stance until the HTC Desire was announced, a device they welcomed with open arms and really pushed, and it was that push that …

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