Android 9 Pie was released late last year, first appearing on Google's Pixel smartphone before other phone makers began the task of testing their hardware and adding their own customisation. So, which phone makers have released Android 9 Pie to their customers?
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Oppo today announces the F11 Pro; a new Android smartphone that utilises the same innovative pop-up camera as last year's Oppo Find X. This allows for a genuine bezel-free display with no notch or lens hole to spoil the illusion. The new phone also boasts a 48-megapixel rear-facing camera. Hot damn! Here are the details.
Over the last few months, we've been hearing about how Telstra, Optus and Vodafone have been preparing for the future and building their 5G networks. Well, they better get a wiggle on. Almost every major phone maker either has or will have 5G handsets on the market this year. Here's what the five biggest phone makers on the planet have on their 5G horizons.
In my humble opinion, there is no better-looking smartphone than the Oppo Find X, the only smartphone with a true edge-to-edge display. (No notch and no lens hole.)
Despite hitting stores back in 2018, it remains one of the most futuristic phones we've ever seen.
Chinese smartphone makers have been dominating the mid-range smartphone market as they look to cater to a growing audience priced out of flagship devices. Two most impressive new smartphones at this price point are the Oppo R17 Pro and the OnePlus 6T. So which one should you plunk down your hard earned for?
The Oppo Find X is one of the best lower premium smartphones on the market - especially if you hate notches and love photography. With a true edge-to-edge screen and innovative pop-up camera, it's a bright beacon of originality in a sea of samey Androids. Currently, you can get $500 off the Find X at JB Hi-Fi when you bundle it with a $65 phone plan. Here are the details!
For better or worse, an increasing number of smartphone manufacturers have embraced the notch. Making its debut on the Essential Phone before exploding into the mainstream with the iPhone X, it allows phones to have a 'bezel-free' display without compromising the camera, sensors or other front-facing components.
Some people consider notched displays to be a necessary evil. Others think they're an abomination. Whichever viewpoint you prescribe to, it turns out you can have an edge-to-edge screen without relying on a notch - all you need is a pop-up camera. Genius.
By all accounts, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Apple iPhone X are dann good smartphones. Both come packed with the latest and greatest tech, especially in regards to the camera...which means it doesn't come cheap.
If you're looking at upgrading your phone this year but the S9 and iPhone X seem a little out of reach, then here are some alternatives that you should consider.