Samsung Galaxy A6 Review – Tallest Display and Whopping 4GB of RAM

The first half of 2018 is about to finish, and numerous top-tier brands have already announced their much-anticipated flagship devices already. Samsung isn’t behind in that race and revealed a wide number of mid-range devices. Recently, Samsung announced its another smartphone named as Samsung Galaxy A6 in Australia which has a close semblance to last year’s Galaxy J7 in terms of its internals, design, and size.

Similarities aside, Samsung Galaxy A6 brings a few key upgrades such as a rear and front camera (borrowed from Galaxy A8), Dolby Atmos and an Infinity display. Let’s dig down inside Galaxy A6 and see what it dishes out for its users.

Design

Starting from its design, there is a uniquely curved dual antenna lines at the top and bottom corner. These lines are sleekly connects to the foundation which boasts a rear camera as well as a fingerprint scanner. As always, Samsung Logo is in its usual position and it weighs 159 grams and measures 7.7mm in thickness.

Display

The Galaxy A6 comes with an exquisite and gorgeous 5.6-inches Super AMOLED display – well-supported by 720 x 1480 pixel resolution (294 PPI). The display is crisp, sharp with an excellent colour reproduction, brightness, and sunlight accuracy. The viewing angles are great and give users a dazzling visual experience.

Camera

On paper, Samsung Galaxy A6 is equipped with a solid 16MP rear sensors (f/1.7) PDAF and a 16MP front-facing camera for capturing selfies with your near and dear. The camera features included Geo-Tagging, Touch Focus, Face Detection and Panorama. You can go through Samsung Galaxy A6 review in Australia and can explore about its camera performance.

Performance

Talking about its performance, Samsung Galaxy A6 is powered by Exynos 7870 Octa chipset coupled with either 3GB or 4GB of RAM. The overall performance is butter smooth and flawless. You can work on multiple apps at once or even can play graphics-intensive games while numerous open tabs in Chrome.

Storage and OS

To accommodate your all files and other data with ease, Samsung Galaxy A6 comes with a massive 32GB and 64GB of onboard memory. The onboard memory is expandable further up to 256GB via microSD card slot.

As far as software factor is concerned, it runs on Android 8.0 Oreo which is planned to upgrade to Android 9.0 P.

Price

The Galaxy A6 is an impressive mid-range smartphone offering from the South Korean brand and it’s being sold to be public on June 9, 2018. The Samsung Galaxy A6 Mobile Price in Australia starts from AU$470 to AU$500 which is almost similar to Vivo V9.

Battery

In terms of power, Samsung Galaxy A6 is fuelled by a non-removable Li-Lon 3260mAh battery which promises to keep you online all day long with a heavy usage and delivers slightly more with a casual usage.

Connectivity

To stay connected with your near and dear, Samsung Galaxy A6 houses several connectivity options like 4G with VoLTE support, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, WiFi Direct, hotspot, Bluetooth 2.4, NFC, GPS, and USB.

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OnePlus 6 Review – High-Speed Smartphone with Hefty 8GB of RAM

When it comes to buying an Android flagship smartphone, there are so many options such as Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. But a market is loaded with hundreds of other options that don’t cost as much including Google Pixel 2 from 2017 and OnePlus 6 (released a month back). Considering OnePlus, it’s a Shenzhen-based start-up and producer of smartphones founded back in December 2013. The OnePlus’s claim to fame is its bit to offer flagship-level specifications at affordable prices.

Almost a month back (as mentioned above) OnePlus announced its much-anticipated flagship named as OnePlus 6 in Australia with pretty impressive features over its predecessor. Without any delay, let’s dig down inside and see what it brings for its users.

Design

A unique and exquisite design makes OnePlus 6 extra special as it’s now made almost entirely of glass which curves around its rear and feels glorious. To add some rigidity, there is a rim of metal sandwiched between the glasses.

Display

Sporting a gorgeous 6.28-inches largest Optic AMOLED display which is well-supported by 1080 x 2280 pixels resolution (402PPI). The display is being supported by a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 that protects it from minor falls and scratches. The screen is paired with excellent viewing angles giving users a dazzling visual experience.

Camera

Talking about its camera, OnePlus 6 is equipped with a dual 16MP + 20MP (f/1.7 + f/1.7) rear sensors with additional features such as Phase Detection Autofocus and Dual-LED Flash. As you’d expect, captured images are quite dazzling. The colours are beautiful with a lot of details and the focus is pretty quick as well. A 16MP solid sensor, on the other hand, lets you capture gorgeous moments with your near and dear.

The other camera features included Geo-Tagging, Touch Focus, Face Detection, HDR, Panorama and more.

Performance

The brain behind OnePlus 6 is Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (latest) chipset that delivers a flawless and smooth performance. It’s equipped with either 6GB or whopping 8GB of RAM allowing lag-free multitasking and ensures you get an unparalleled flagship device experience even when playing graphics enriched games.

Storage and OS

The OnePlus 6 comes with 3 different storage variants – 64GB, 128GB and 256GB to accommodate your files and other data. The onboard memory isn’t expandable further, unfortunately. As far as its software factor is concerned, OnePlus 6 runs on Android 8.1 Oreo with a guaranteed update to Android 9.0 P.

Price

The OnePlus 6 Mobile Phone Price in Australia starts from AU$714 to AU$750 for its basic 64GB variant, whereas 128GB sets you back around AU$790 and 256GB variant go for whopping AU$950.

Battery

To keep you up all day long under heavy usage, OnePlus 6 sports a massive 3300mAh non-removable battery. The battery holds you up all day long with a heavy usage and delivers a little more with a light usage. The phone is being supported by fast charging technology that juices up the battery from 0% to 100% just in a couple of minutes.

Connectivity

Just like all other recently launched flagships, OnePlus 6 ships with several connectivity options which include 4G with VoLTE, GPS, NFC, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0 as well as a USB Type-C port along with dual SIM support.

Looking for more information about OnePlus 6 in terms of design, display and overall performance? You can go through our OnePlus 6 Review in Australia here.

Nokia 7 Plus Review: A Solid build Quality with Powerful Chipset

Under the command of HMD Global, Nokia recently released its another Nokia 7 Plus in Australia which addresses a void in the upper mid-range segment – questionably where OnePlus, Vivo and Oppo attained their splendor and finally moved on to cater to a higher price segment. The Nokia 7 Plus is really about offering the latest trends such as 18:9 aspect ratio, a dual rear camera, a solid front camera – competing with the cheaper likes of the Moto G6 Plus and Honor 7X.

The Nokia 7 Plus Prices are slightly higher but indeed equipped with premium specifications. So, let’s dig inside and see what it dishes out for its users.

Nokia 7 Plus – Solid Premium Build

Nokia devices are all about durability and quality whether it’s old and new. Surprisingly, Nokia 7 Plus manages this factor pretty well. The 7 Plus is made using series 6000 Aluminum, hence ensures an excellent build quality. There is a ceramic coating on the back of the phone which gives it a smooth finish. Moreover, camera module, fingerprint scanner, and trimmings around the phone give Nokia 7 Plus a premium look.

Nokia 7 Plus Display

The Nokia 7 Plus boasts a bigger 6.0-inches FHD+ IPS LCD display which is paired with a wide viewing angle and reproduces vivid images that make your watching videos and playing games experience quite pleasant. The sunlight legibility under bright light is also good.

Nokia 7 Plus Performance

Nokia doesn’t disappoint its users especially when it comes to performance. The brain behind Nokia 7 Plus is Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 paired with a hefty 4GB of RAM. The Adreno 512 handles graphical department, though. You will get smooth performance with no lag whether you play heavy games with several open apps or work on multiple tasks.

Nokia 7 Plus Price

Without a doubt, Nokia 7 Plus is a pretty sturdy smartphone with fully-baked features. The Nokia 7 Plus Mobile Phone Price in Australia starts from AU$455 to AU$529.

Nokia 7 Plus Camera

On paper, Nokia 7 Plus is equipped with a dual 12MP + 13MP (f/1.8 + f/2.6) rear sensor, whereas a 16MP sensor sits on the front. As you’d expect, captured images are exquisite. The colours are gorgeous with a lot of details and the focus is pretty quick as well.

Nokia 7 Plus Battery

In terms of battery, Nokia 7 Plus is powered by a massive 3800mAh non-removable battery with fast charging technology that juices up the battery from 0% to 100% within a couple of minutes. However, the battery promises to keep you all day long with a heavy usage and a little more with a light usage.

Nokia 7 Plus Sensors and Connectivity

Nokia 7 Plus comes with several sensors like Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, and compass. To stay connected with your near and dear, Nokia 7 Plus sports multiple connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFC, and USB.

You can go through our Nokia 7 Plus review in Australia here if you are looking for more information such as Nokia 7 Plus design, display, and overall performance.

Steps to Follow When it Comes to Buying Washing Machines

Spending a handsome amount of money on a good washing machine is absolutely not an easy task, considering an extensive range of washing machine manufacturer available on the market nowadays. Ahead certain factors like price range, you should pay attention to several other important aspects when it comes to buying a right clothes washer for your home, apartment setups or even business.

Before we get started, always compare Washing Machines Best Prices Online so that you can get your desired product at unmatched rates.

How Much Capacity Load You Need?

It depends on how many family members you are. If the size of your family is 4 or less, go for 4 cubic feet as its more than enough, unless you plan on washing things such as pillows or duvets.

Choose from Front Load or Top Load

As compared to top load machines, front load machines are more energy efficient and don’t create a lot of noise, but often have had odour issues.

Check Energy Star Ratings

Quality-oriented washing machines normally have the rating of 4 or 5, with rating 5 being the highest a washer can get. It indicates that it can save up to 25% of your electricity and water usage as well.

Noise Level and Vibration

The washing machines which are loaded with Direct-Drive motor technology, usually work with less noise. This technology eliminates the use of belts, hence reduces needless amounts of part vibrations.

Make a List of Brands You Like

Some of the top-tier brands include Miele, Simpson, Bosch, Fisher & Paykel, LG, Samsung, Electrolux, and Whirlpool. All these brands are known for their durability and features.

Write Down Special Features You Need

Just like all other home appliances, Washing Machines are equipped with numerous dazzling features. For example, some washing machines offer unique Silver Wash technology (uses Silver particles to effectively remove bacteria up to 99%) to keep your clothes mold-free up to two weeks.

Read Consumer Reviews

Before getting your hands on one, make sure you have reviewed users’ comments about the model you have selected to buy. There are so many independent review sources you can find online by typing “Washing Machine reviews”.

Compare the performance of Brands

Give 0 points for the worst and 10 points for the best in the category. Make sure you have put these essential things in comparison: Load Capacity, Vibration and Noise Level, Energy Start Ratings, Cleaning Effectiveness, Size Dimension, Weight and Unique Washing Features.

Paylessdeal.com.au is an Australian based price comparison shopping website help users compare Washing Machines Best Prices in Australia with ease. All major stores across Australia are right here on a single page making much easier to analyze and go for the lowest-priced one. For this instance, you won’t only save bucks but will get an instant discount as well. So what’s the wait?

Nokia 8 Review – Midrange Feel, Flagship Specifications, A Good All Rounder

Perhaps, Nokia’s comeback with Android flagship devices in an interesting story in phones of 2017. And now its first range of smartphones seem to be completed along with the launch of Nokia 8 in Australia, US, UK, HongKong, China, India and other Asian countries. The Nokia 8 is much-anticipated flagship device sporting major components and features which are apparently a match for the best that HTC, LG, and Samsung. Here is everything about Nokia 8 such as its design, price, and specifications.

Nokia 8 Design

Nokia 8 stands out from the crowd pretty well for the most parts. The phone is the typical slab of glass and aluminum with curved edges and plastic antennas on the bottom and top edges. You will see a little-raised aluminum rim around its rear dual camera, and there is a recessed, non-clicky fingerprint sensor/home button right below the display. The Nokia 8 is 7.9mm thick and weighs 160 grams.

Nokia 8 Display

Nokia 8 boasts a dazzling 5.3-inches IPS LCD display which is well-supported by 1440 x 2560 pixels of resolution (554 PPI). The display is crisp, sharp with good colour reproduction, brightness, and sunlight accuracy. The viewing angles are great and take your enjoyment to the next level when watching HD movies.

Nokia 8 Camera

Talking about camera, Nokia 8 comes with a dual 13MP + 13MP (f/2.0 + f/2.0) rear sensors – backed by PDAF, Zeiss Optics, IOS and Dual-LED Dual-Tone Flash. On the contrary, selfies and videos are assisted by a solid 13MP sensor. As you’d expect, captured images are great and the colours are beautiful with a lot of details.

Nokia 8 Performance

Nokia smartphones don’t disappoint especially when it comes to performance. The brain behind Nokia 8 is Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 coupled with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM. The overall performance is butter smooth and doesn’t show a sign of lag whether you work on multiple tasks or play graphics enriched games.

Nokia 8 Storage and OS

As for the storage, there are two variants of Nokia 8 in terms of storage – 64GB and 128GB to accommodate your files and other data with ease. Not only this, you can expand its onboard storage up to 256GB via microSD card slot.

As far as Nokia 8 software is concerned, Nokia 8 runes on Android Nougat 7.1.1 operating system – planned to upgrade to Android Oreo 8.1.

Battery

The battery inside Nokia 8 is 3090mAh with a fast battery charging “Quick Charge 3.0” feature. The quick battery charge feature juices up the battery from 0% to 100% just in 1.5 hours. However, the battery promises to keep you online all day long under moderate use but doesn’t deliver more than that with a heavy usage.

Nokia 8 Price

The Nokia 8 Price in Australia starts from AU$550 to AU$650. Actually, Nokia 8 was launched at AU$899, but we have already seen the price drop down to AU$690. This price ultimately putting Nokia 8 below the likes of Samsung Galaxy S8, but pretty expensive as compared to OnePlus 5T.

Nokia 8 Pros

  • Corning Gorilla Glass Protects Display
  • Built out of Aluminum and Glass
  • Always-on Display
  • Exquisite unibody design
  • NFC is available

Nokia 8 Cons

  • FM radio is missing
  • Non-removable battery
  • Nokia 8 isn’t water resistance
  • No IR Blaster
  • No 1080p video recording

OnePlus 5T: 6 Things to Consider When It Comes To Buying

Almost a year back, OnePlus revealed the successor of OnePlus 5 with OnePlus 5T in Australia with pretty improved features such as new design language making it fall in the line with 2017’s virtually bezel-less 18:9 trend. Some users were expecting its arrival, whereas other didn’t see it coming six months from the release of OnePlus 5. How about you? Are you looking to buy it? We’ve compiled a list of things you should know before buying.

Face Unlock is Lightening Quick

Though OnePlus 5T doesn’t sport as excellent face mapping as iPhone X’s Face ID does, but OnePlus 5T deploys an excellent and very quick Face Unlock. To be honest, you can capture a picture of your face, wake the display – all you have to do is to look at it and just like that the screen unlocks. The Face Unlock is blink-and miss and works perfectly.

Big Screen

The OnePlus 5T comes with a 6.01-inch Optic AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display which is well-supported by 1080 x 2160 pixels resolution (significantly larger as compared to OnePlus 5 1920 x 1080). There is Corning Gorilla Glass 5 which protects the display from minor scratches and falls. It is crisp, sharp with good colour reproduction, brightness, and sunlight accuracy. The contrast ratio is good and viewing angles are great. Interestingly, it doesn’t suffer from any of the blue colour shift issues.

A Fingerprint Sensor Has Moved Behind

A predecessor OnePlus 5 was loaded with a rectangular fingerprint sensor on the front bezel. But it’s now become circular and sits on the back of the OnePlus 5T. As compared to the front fingerprint sensor, back panel placement works great feels more instinctive with lesser instances of misfiring.

The design isn’t Inspiring

The design is one of the most disappointing factors as it doesn’t deviate a lot from its predecessor OnePlus 5 (launched in July this year). However, it’s a great news for those who love OnePlus 5, but OnePlus 5T users trying to differentiate from the pack may not be too happy.

Performance is Butter Smooth

When it comes to OnePlus smartphones, you can be pretty sure about its overall performance. The brain behind OnePlus 5T is Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 coupled with either 6GB or 8GB of hefty RAM. The Adreno 540 manages graphics department, though. The performance of OnePlus 5T is butter smooth and gives the users a lag-free experience whether you open several apps at once or play graphics enriched games.

The OnePlus 5T price in Australia starts from AU$650 to AU$670 for its 6GB/64GB, while other 8GB/128GB variant sets you back around AU$740 to AU$750.

Exquisite Camera

On paper, OnePlus 5T is equipped with a dual 16MP + 20MP rear sensor which is backed by additional features such as Phase Detection Autofocus, and Dual-LED flash. On the other hand, video calls and selfies are assisted by a solid 16MP camera. As you’d expect, captured images are gorgeous with a lot of detail and focus is pretty quick as well.

Top Australian Brands for Womens Dresses You Should Know About

With a life on campus and college expenses, saving a bunch of dollars is really a hard thing, right? However, if you’re twenty-something and you’re already into fashion, your monthly allowance will be renounced for the sake of that one up-to-date trend you otherwise will not be able to afford. For you and other elegant fashionistas, there are a lot of high-quality, hip and affordable pieces to find around. Though Women’s Dresses Prices are slightly higher, our affordable Australian clothing brands won’t break your bank.

Princess Polly

This Australian brand is absolute in every sense of the word. Though it’s lightly resembling the boho-chic vibe, still staying definitely true to their own design. If you’re a kind of women who love its chin and doesn’t compromise it, Princess Polly is a perfect choice then. It is also a perfect buy at any point with an extensive range of pieces to offer.

Sabo Skirt

If you love following the Instagram fashion models, then chances are, a good portion of them are wearing something from Sabo Skirt. With affordable rates and dazzlingly trendy pieces, it is no miracle fashion lovers drove to this Australian brand.

Mink Pink

Inspired by vintage, just playful enough Australian brand for the free- determined hippie at heart. Mink Pink has the potential to convert trends into reasonable pieces for fashion lovers on a tight budget. Their exquisite styles and cuts are extremely upbeat and fresh. You’ll enjoy your adventure at Mink Pink as their price points falling below $100. And it’s guaranteed!

Ivory And Chain

Ivory And Chain is the brand who makes women feel elegant, confident and daring with their clothing and style. This brand offers a wide range of unique styles such as satin corset shirts and bold accessories. If you are hunting for something which is different and unique and fun, check out Ivory And Chain.

Ally Fashion

Australian fast fashion retailer Ally Fashion offers hundreds of styles and options to choose from. Interestingly, Ally Fashion’s website gets 50 new arrivals every single week, so if you didn’t find what you were looking today, just check back in the next week. Their stunningly trendy and modern vibes will get your buying within minutes for searching the site.

Penny Skateboards

Penny Skateboards Company was founded by Australian Ben Mackay in 2011 and it has flourished ever since. Furthermore, Penny Skateboards has experienced recently an insane renaissance in popularity by those youngsters who love the brand’s edge and understand their modern vibe pretty well. Penny Skateboard offers design for both men and women and it’s super-cheap. So, there is nothing to be afraid. This time around, Penny Skateboards is working on two different collaborations.

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