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Oppo F1s — Australian Review

Oppo are continuing to work very hard to get their name at the forefront of users minds when they’re looking for a solid, reliable and budget friendly phone. They have been releasing a number of phones lately, they are...

2016 Ford Focus — Ausdroid Drives

Here at Ausdroid, we know Android. We know mobiles, tablets, watches, gizmos and toys. We don't profess to be experts at everything, but we do know what we like ... and with Android Auto starting to pop up everywhere,...

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...

Polar M600 — Review

Android Wear has had somewhat of an up and down year this year, the majority of the ‘usual’ Android OEMs haven’t released new models, but on the up side new manufacturers have filled the void. From fashion focused watches from...

Lenovo Moto X Force — Australian Review

Motorola, or Lenovo’s brand Moto as they seem to be called now, are something of a strange beast. They host a range of products which are highly sought after, and yet they continually fail to get those devices into...

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...

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...

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 — Australian Review

There can be little doubt that Samsung is the current global leaders in Android phone design, manufacturing and sales. In fact, it could be argued that Samsung has leapfrogged the entire mobile industry with their current Galaxy 7 family...

Sony SRS-XB3 — Australian Review

The portable speaker market is growing, you've never had more choice if you are in the market for either a portable Bluetooth speaker or just a good speaker for around the home. However, with choice can come confusion, how...

Quick Look – Google’s Nexus Live Cases

In April this year, Google unveiled a new customisable case for Nexus 5X, 6 and 6P phones sold through the Google Store as an official accessory. Customers could customise the design with either a favourite photo or map printed...

Review — Pioneer AVIC-F70DAB and Android Auto

I have always loved having a decent entertainment system in my car. In saying that, I never had what I would truly call a decent car entertainment system. We saw big advances in mobile technology in...

More Nexus 2016 UI leaks

In the wake of this morning 'Nexus' benchmark leaks we are now getting a first look at some more UI refinements coming to the 2016 Google smartphones line-up, the 5.5" Marlin and 5" Sailfish. Courtsey of Android Police, we are...

Moto 360 (2nd Gen) — Australian Review

Before we even talk review, we need to acknowledge the elephant in the room; the second-generation Moto 360 Android Wear watch was released around this time last year; that's right, this is 2015 hardware, which was only just released in Australia...

Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 11e Gen 3 Chromebook — Australian Review

ChromeOS is a bit of a favourite amongst many of the writers at Ausdroid, and as a result, Chromebooks are also something we are very interested in. With Android Apps launching in beta on select Chromebooks it won‘t be...

Review — Samsung Gear Fit 2

I’ve reviewed quite a few fit bands in my time here at Ausdroid. I could say that they are a passion of mine but most of them you could take or leave, they lack so much functionality that I...

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