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Hands on with the ZTE Blade V9

ZTE revealed the latest phone in its Blade series- the Blade V9 – at Mobile World Congress last week. The V9 makes a serious case for itself in the midrange device market. ZTE has focused on design and camera, and moves the needle on both in a number of significant …

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Qualcomm unveiled a Snapdragon 700 series at MWC 2018, offering a compromise between price and power

For some time now, while Qualcomm makes a number of different Snapdragon mobile application processors, the big names have been the 600 and 800 series, which respectively offer mid-range price and all-out premium performance. There hasn’t really been a compromise between the two, until now, and that’s what Qualcomm promises …

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Huawei’s MateBook X Pro could be the best Windows laptop around .. will it come to Australia?

Huawei may have just made a Windows laptop that’s as desirable as Apple’s MacBook. It always used to be that Windows laptops lagged behind Apple in industrial design; while Apple made desirable, instantly recognisable unibody laptops, manufacturers of Windows laptops made ugly grey devices recognisable only for being non-descript.  That …

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Ausdroid wraps up MWC 2018

It has been another busy year at Mobile World Congress 2018, with a number of premium smartphone announcements, and developments in the mid-range which will bring mobile connectivity to the next billion people. Join us for a quick video walkthrough of the MWC conference venue, with a voiceover discussion of …

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MWC 2018 – A Recap of Day 1

The greatest show on Earth. I am sure that when I have heard this term used in the past it was regarding Mobile World Congress. Surely the conference that brings together all the big names in the mobile space is the greatest show on Earth? For us it may well …

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