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If you’re a regular shopper over at Kogan and you’re also a lover of Android (if you’re not, why are you here?) you’ll be happy to know they’ve added the Motorola RAZR and Samsung Galaxy Note to their lineup of cheap Android devices. The RAZR is selling for $619 which is the cheapest I could find out of our trusted online retailers and the Galaxy Note is at $649 which is also the cheapest we could find. Kogan are marketing the RAZR as the “Droid RAZR” which is fairly incorrect as it’s the GSM variant, not the one from Verizon.

We’ve reviewed both of these devices, so feel free to check out the RAZR review and the Galaxy Note review. Both are great though aimed at very different parts of the mobile market.

Source: Kogan - RAZRKogan - Galaxy Note.
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Is Kogan a reliable place to buy the Galaxy Note from or should i just wait until its officially released in australia?


I ordered Tuesday morning and it arrived this afternoon. That’s 3 days from Kong Kong. I’ve very impressed. … except my case won’t be here from UK for 2 weeks!


Any rumors when the other Aussie telcos get it? Particularly Vodaphone. I’m due for any upgrade.

Ant OSullivan

seems a pretty good deal for the Note, compared to Handtec: ~$612 , ~$720 respectively (delivered)


Anyone know a store that has the note instore for a hands on demo???


Would this Motorola Razr be Telstra Next G (850 MHz) compatible? Currently the only available version in Australia is optus exclusive and is 900/2100 only.
I’d strongly consider buying from Kogan if so.

Matt Booth

The GSM Motorola Razr works on Telstra, Optus and Vodafone – HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
The version available through Optus is unlocked and will work on Telstra


Thanks Matt!