Reasons to Buy and Not to Buy OnePlus 5T Smartphone

OnePlus revealed its latest flagship named as OnePlus 5T in Australia a year back in 2017. The OnePlus 5T is a revamped version of OnePlus 5 and arrives with the exact same price as its predecessor. Since this sounds like an awesome deal at this price, we come up with a major reason to buy and not to buy OnePlus 5T. The phone is loaded with a modern display, and improved camera configuration, we estimate whether OnePlus 5T has that “OnePlus” aspect or not.

Reasons to Buy OnePlus 5T

  • Design

In terms of design, OnePlus 5T comes with the same Anodized Aluminum chassis as its predecessor. It looks pretty premium and offers fewer bezels and more screen. The fingerprint scanner is placed on the back of the phone and is easily accessible. Moreover, OnePlus 5T is in the same size as that of OnePlus 5.

  • Display

Another reason you should go for OnePlus 5T is its display. The phone sports am 18:9 aspect ratio which puts OnePlus 5T at par with the latest flagships. There is a Full HD+ Optic AMOLED panel that stretches edge-to-edge in a design with minimal bezels.

  • Improved Camera

However, the OnePlus 5T camera isn’t a major update, but you will see a f/1.7 aperture. Whereas the sensors remain the same in the 16MP + 20MP setup. The OnePlus 5T is now optimized for low-lit and portrait photography. Considering every update count, a camera can only be taken as a polished over its predecessor.

  • Competitive Pricing

The OnePlus 5T price in Australia is the same as that of OnePlus 5. Perhaps it’s one of the biggest reasons you should get your hands on one. The OnePlus 5T costs you around AU$640 – this is one of the best value-for-money phones around.

Reasons Not to Buy OnePlus 5T

  • Camera Lacks OIS

Starting from the camera, OnePlus 5T lacks the optical image stabilization. The phone only relies on a brushed-up EIS but doesn’t boast OIS. However, we can safely say that OIS is a far better way to get stable videos.

  • Display

Above, we have mentioned that the display is one major reason to buy, but there is also a downside to it. A predecessor “OnePlus 5” offers sports a Full HD+ display which doesn’t compete Quad HD+ resolution offered by the other brands. However, OnePlus 5T offers an exquisite display, but it could have added a Quad HD Panel to enhance its viewing experience.

  • No Water Resistance

The OnePlus 5 was missing water and dust resistance. So, we were hopeful to see at least an IP67 water resistance, but seems like OnePlus didn’t pay much attention to that yet. The phone still remains disposed to water and dust damage with no water resistance certification to save it.

  • No Oreo OS

The OnePlus 5T comes with Android 7.1.1 Nougat with OxygenOS on top, the software experience remains the same as of that the OnePlus 5. The software enhancements for OnePlus 5T will also be there for OnePlus 5 at the same time.

If you are looking for more information about OnePlus 5T in terms of design, display, and overall performance, you can go through OnePlus 5T Review in Australia here.


Nokia 1 Mobile Phone Pros and Cons

The Nokia 1 Australia is a Nokia based most economical Android Go mobile phone, developed by HMD Global, announced at MWC 2018, in Barcelona, Spain on February 25th, 2018. This mobile device, along with the Nokia 8 Sirocco, completes the lineup of Nokia Android mobile devices. In this article, we will highlight the key features of Nokia 1 as well as its pros and cons. So, let’s get started.

Nokia 1 Key Features

Following are the most prominent features of Nokia 1.

  • 5-inch IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen display
  • Android Operating System, version 8.0 (Oreo Go)
  • 5 Mega-pixels rear camera
  • 2 Mega-pixels secondary camera
  • MediaTek MT6737M chipset
  • Quad-Core processor
  • 1GB RAM
  • 8GB Internal Storage
  • 2150mAh removable battery

Read the full Nokia 1 mobile phone review, and explore the features in detail.

Nokia 1 Pros

Nokia 1 offers some unique characteristics to its users. Let’s see what these are.

  • The design of Nokia 1 is beautiful and compact.
  • With its small and compact design, it is very comfortable to hold in one hand.
  • At first look, it looks like a solid build. So, you don’t need to worry about sudden
  • Nokia 1 featuring the latest Android OS software version 8.0 (Oreo Go).
  • Although its screen is only 4.5-inch large, but still if gives multi-touch capabilities.
  • Nokia 1 display offers a moderate pixel density.
  • The mobile phone supports hybrid Dual SIM.
  • It comes with a solid Quad-core processor, which is quite enough to handle all the necessary apps.
  • The device processor is backed by Mediatek MT6737M Chipset.
  • The mobile phone by Nokia offers expandable memory utility up to 128 GB (uses SIM 2 slot), with dual SIM model only.
  • The Nokia device is backed with all the connectivity options such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, 3G, and even 4G.
  • The Nokia 1 includes the sensors like Accelerometer and proximity, etc.
  • It also supports FM radio to listen to all the trendy music.
  • The Nokia 1 device is available in some exciting colors to choose like Warm Red and Dark Blue.
  • Although the mobile phone does not have a big battery, it is removable.
  • The Nokia 1 price in Australia is just AU$149.

Nokia 1 Cons

Nokia 1 also has the following drawbacks, and hence you need to know these before buying.

  • Nokia 1 has a small display. And if you love watching movies, it may not suit your needs.
  • Due to its low-end specs, the performance is not smooth and has some heating problems.
  • There is no display protection such as gorilla glass or waterproof/dustproof.
  • Nokia 1 comes with hybrid SIM slot, and hence you can’t use both SIM cards and microSD simultaneously.
  • The battery capacity of this Nokia device is below average, and you may not get the full day of backup with just a mixed usage.
  • The Most the basic sensors are still missing within the device.
  • Nokia 1 comes with the only 5MP primary camera, where you will find all the latest devices with this type of secondary camera.
  • Similarly, the front-facing camera is only 2MP, and it is really not enough for selfies.
  • With just 1GB RAM, multitasking is just a dream.

5 Reasons to Consider When It Comes To Buying OnePlus 6

The OnePlus once again made its come back with its much-anticipated flagship named as OnePlus 6 in Australia with high-end specifications and features as compared to its predecessor. The phone looks pretty awesome thanks to its notch design and its overall performance is butter smooth.

Before getting your hands on one, you should consider it’s some features that can help you decide if you want to buy the device or not. We have compiled a list of 5 reasons you should keep on your consideration list when buying.

Fastest Android Phone Yet

This time around, OnePlus 6 is one of those devices loaded with Snapdragon’s latest premium chipset – Snapdragon 845. (The other devices having Snapdragon 845 are Sony Xperia XZ2, LG G7 ThinQ, and Galaxy S9). The most interesting thing is it costs less than these devices (Yahoo!). A 6GB or 8GB of insane RAM is another reason for its performance. The phone runs smoothly without showing a sign of lag whether you play graphics enriched games or work on multiple tasks.

Gorgeous OLED Display

The OnePlus 6 is well-equipped with 6.28-inches display which is absolutely unequaled. Actually, there’s a Samsung-built AMOLED panel in OnePlus 6. The display is sharp and bright with a resolution of 2280 x 1080 and a peak full-screen brightness of 574 nits. A bunch of display modes, ranging from OnePlus’ standard saturated standardization to more realistic sRGB and DCI-P3 profiles, enable you to customize the palette according to your wish.

Dazzling New Glass Design

Instead of using Aluminum on last fall’s OnePlus 5T, OnePlus 6 now sports a Corning Gorilla Glass 5. This choice absolutely raises some durability concerns as well as improves connectivity and data throughput. Moreover, OnePlus has treated the glass on each colorway makes the OnePlus 6 look quite more enticing as compared to OnePlus’ previous models.

Note: The OnePlus 6 Price in Australia for 64GB variant starts from AU$650, whereas 128GB costs you around AU$790. And 256GB model costs AU$970.

The Fastest-Charging Battery

Interestingly, OnePlus 6 boasts a Dash Charge feature which prioritizes increases in current instead of voltage. Based on numerous tests, OnePlus 6 reaches around 60% charge from 0% in just 30 minutes using the stock adapter. It’s only about OnePlus, but rather it’s fastest than any other smartphone. There is only LG V30 which is closer to some extent – reaches 53-86% in 30-60 minutes. On the contrary, Apple iPhone X reaches up to 50% in a half-hour.

Outstanding Software and Gestures

The OnePlus 6 runs on Android 8.1 Oreo onboard. On top of that, there is company’s OxygenOS adding a bunch of noteworthy features to Google’s platform such as Reading Mode, Faster Face Unlock, Gaming Mode as well as App Locker and more.

The phone is also equipped with several gestures and their controls are easy to learn and allow content to take up more of the display as compared to Android’s traditional three-button row.

You can go through OnePlus 6 Review in Australia if you are looking for more information in terms of its design, display, and overall performance.

Looking to Buy Nokia 7 Plus? Pros and Cons will Help You Decide

The Nokia 7 Plus in Australia has been announced officially a few days ago. The phone comes with much-improved features as compared to its predecessors such as a gorgeous display, unique design, and lag-free performance. Having all, is it still a better choice to buy? We come up with all Nokia 7 Plus pros and cons to help you decide on a right situation of mind.

Major Pros (Advantages)

1: Pure Android (Timely Updates)

  • Thankfully, Nokia 7 Plus comes with Pure Android (Stock Android) which isn’t only smooth and simple, but it also improves performance as compared to those loaded with customized skin such as MIUI or ZenUI.
  • Moreover, Pure Android receives regular updates and security patches.

2: Solid Premium Build

  • It’s not surprising if Nokia 7 Plus is a solid build smartphone – Nokia is known for it.
  • The phone has a body made of Aluminum 6000 series. The back of the phone is ceramic coating and has copper accent on its edges and around the fingerprint scanner and camera.
  • The phone looks premium and fits in your hand with ease.

3: Dual Rear Camera with Carl Zeiss Optics

  • The Nokia has an old relation with Carl Zeiss Optics and it has been embedding since Lumia smartphones.
  • The Nokia 7 Plus is no different. The phone performs beyond expectations in terms of camera thanks to the combo of telephoto lens and wide angle.
  • Interestingly, Nokia 7 Plus is equipped with Bokeh effect and 2x zoom works fine. Captured images are bright with a lot of details. The 7 Plus even beats even OnePlus 5T.
  • If you are thinking about lowlight images, Nokia 7 Plus doesn’t disappoint you as the HDR algorithm of Nokia 7 Plus will leave you speechless.

4: Outstanding Performance

  • The phone is powered by Snapdragon 660 chipset (upper mid-range chipset you won’t see anywhere else) paired with 4GB of insane RAM.
  • The phone is able to handle heavy games smoothly even you can work you multiple tasks with ease.

5: Long-lasting Battery

  • The Nokia 7 Plus is backed by a 3800mAh non-removable battery which keeps you online all day long under both casual and heavy usage.
  • Importantly, Nokia 7 Plus boasts a Quick Charge 300 feature which juices up the battery from 0% to 50% just in a couple of minutes.

Major Cons (Disadvantages)

1: A little Pricey

  • The phone isn’t loaded with impressive specifications and prices are slightly higher.
  • The Nokia 7 Plus Price in Australia starts from AU$649. Last year’s Nokia 8 even isn’t pricey at is available for AU$512. So, lots of people will think of acquiring a flagship.

2: No Dedicated Slot for microSD Card

  • Everyone knows that most of the smartphones don’t offer a dedicated microSD card slot but in emerging market like Australia, it’s highly appreciated.
  • Once again, Australian audience won’t be able to use a microSD card and secondary SIM simultaneously.

You can go through Nokia 7 Plus review in Australia if you are looking for more information in terms of its design, display and overall performance.

Nokia 8 vs. Nokia 8 Sirocco Comparison

Nokia 8 Sirocco was released in the month of February at MWC 2018. This special Nokia 8’s model is Nokia licensee brand HMD Global’s most expensive premium mobile phone to date. The great Nokia flagship is already released worldwide in April, and available to purchase on all major retailers. The Nokia 8 Sirocco Australia release is set for May.

Nokia 8 Sirocco comes with a premium design with a curved glass finish and a perfectly designed stainless steel frame. The mobile phone runs Android One innovative operating system. In this article, we will take a look at the differences in the Nokia 8 Sirocco phone when compared to its predecessor, Nokia 8.

Nokia 8 vs. Nokia 8 Sirocco price Australia

The Nokia 8 Sirocco price in Australia is AU$1199 outright. It is available in Australia across JB Hi-fi and few other major Aussie retailers. Nokia 8 Price in Australia is in between AU$400 to AU$550 for 64GB/4GB version.

Nokia 8 vs Nokia 8 Sirocco design

Nokia 8 Sirocco flagship device featuring a new design that consists of approximately 95% Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and a precision-crafted stainless steel frame from inside out. Inversely, the Nokia 8 device has an aluminum back panel.

As far as display is concerned, the Nokia 8 Sirocco offers a 5.5-inch large full HD+ pOLED display with an 18:9 wide ratio. The Nokia 8, on other hands, comes with a smaller 5.3-inch full-HD LCD display with substantial bezels on bottom and top.

In addition to this, the Nokia 8 Sirocco mobile device is relatively thinner at 7.5mm than the Nokia 8’s 7.9mm frame. Due to this, the Nokia 8 Sirocco ditches a 3.5mm earphone port, active previously on the Nokia 8 phone. There is also no physical home button in Nokia 8 Sirocco forcing the fingerprint reader to be moved to the rear, below right the camera.

Nokia 8 vs Nokia 8 Sirocco camera

Both smartphone devices offering a dual camera setup on the back, and as expected the Sirocco edition has much-improved 13MP and 12MP sensors than the Nokia 8’s two 13MP sensors. However, Nokia 8 offers much better 13MP large Selfie Cam comparing with the Nokia 8 Sirocco’s 5MP front camera.

Nokia 8 vs Nokia 8 Sirocco Hardware & Software

In terms of memory and storage, the new Nokia 8 Sirocco offers a 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage while the Nokia 8 Mobile in Australia provides a 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Nokia 8’s 6GB/ 128GB variant was unveiled in October last year.

Nokia 8 Sirocco runs Android One out of the box, whereas the Nokia 8 mobile phone runs a near-stock Android Oreo’s version. In terms of battery, Nokia 8 Sirocco is again winning the race with much bigger 3260mAh cell than the Nokia 8’s 3090mAh. You can read the Nokia 8 Sirocco review Australia to unveil the full details about its hardware specifications and features.

The Huawei P20 Pro Australia Price now has official, and it is much cheaper

Huawei P20 Pro is the top-rated mobile phone the Chinese manufacturer has designed until now, without any doubt. And hence it is safe to say that the arrival of this triple-camera on Australian stores will be quite amazing.

Huawei has already announced the device release date, which is 18th of May, 2018. And this is also confirmed that the Huawei P20 Pro mobile phone in Australia will be available from JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, and Mobileciti at AU$1099 RRP.

This is really an amazing price point for the flagship smartphone, given that its expected Huawei P20 Pro price Australia was around the AU$1450 mark according to the direct conversion from its £799 price tag in the United Kingdom.

On the other hand, the bad news is that the Huawei would not be able to bring the regular P20 and P20 Lite to Australia.

What’s included and what’s not

Coming back to P20 Pro, it runs on Huawei’s Kirin 970 processor chipset and 6GB of largest available RAM in smartphones. The new P20 Pro mobile phone also includes a 4000mAh highly powerful capacity battery. Its battery can remain intact up to 12 hours, with the full charge using its supplied charger. Unfortunately, the device doesn’t support wireless charging and there is also no support of 3.5mm jack so you will have to bear the same USB-C jack for the charge, data transfer, and wired earbuds.


The flagship Huawei phone comes loaded with the world’s first triple lens Leica camera. The camera consists of a 40 Megapixels RGB sensor, a 20 Megapixels monochrome sensor, and an 8 Megapixels sensor with the telephoto lens. Consequently, the brand says that its highly sensitive image sensor has the ability to shoot low light photographs with up to ISO 102400.

More megapixels doesn’t mean directly better picture quality, but then the brand is pitching ‘Hybrid Zoom’ on its Pro version of P20, with the inclusion of an 8 Megapixels 3x optical zoom lens.

Buying Huawei P20 Pro in Australia

According to the recent P20 Pro announcement, the local Huawei P20 Pro smartphone device will be certified to all related Aussie standards and certifications including safety, warranty, software, and frequency. Furthermore, the brand advises their consumers to consider the items they buy and variants they source.

Although the P20 Pro is available in four exciting colors globally, it will be available in only two colors in Australia. This is kind of bad news for many customers, but still, you will get the most exciting and stylish Twilight. Read the P20 Pro phone review Australia, and read more about your favourite Huawei flagship device.

OnePlus 6 Release Date, Price, and Features – Everything You Should Know

OnePlus 6 is the latest flagship device recently launched by OnePlus Company with much-improved features as compared to its predecessor. The phone houses an Octa-core, Snapdragon 845 chipset, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of onboard memory and Android Oreo operating system.

To get to know a little more, here is everything we know so far including its release date, price, specifications, and features. So, let’s have a look.

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Key Specifications

  • Dimensions: 155.7 x 75.4 x 7.8 mm
  • Weight: 177 g
  • Display Size: 6.28-inches Optics AMOLED Display
  • Display Resolution: 1080 x 2280 Pixels (402 PPI)
  • RAM: 6GB, 8GB
  • ROM: 64GB, 128GB, 256GB
  • Rear Camera: 16MP + 20MP
  • Front Camera: 16MP
  • Battery: 3300mAh non-removable
  • Sensors: Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, DLNA, hotspot

OnePlus 6 Release Date

The OnePlus 6 release date in Australia was 16 May 2018. The official date on-sale is set for May 22, 2018, worldwide. The phone is available on sale throughout Australia.

Brief Description of OnePlus 6 Features

The OnePlus 6 comes with a bigger screen display of almost 6.28-inches. The phone includes an iPhone X alike notch which is comparatively smaller than that. Interestingly, OnePlus 6 doesn’t lack a headphone jack.

The biggest 6.28-inches Optics AMOLED display is well-supported by 2280 x 1080 pixels resolution and protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5.

The OnePlus 6 is a great combination of iPhone X (notch display) and Samsung Galaxy S9 (rear looks similar). Based on numerous reports, OnePlus 6 is available in Sandstone Black and Silk White Colours yet.

Talking about its camera, OnePlus 6 comprises 16MP and 20MP sensors on the back just like OnePlus 5T. As you’d expect, captures images are quite stunning with lots of details and focus is pretty awesome. There is a 20MP front-facing camera that enables you to capture gorgeous moments with your near and dear.

The phone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset coupled with an 8GB of RAM. It seems that OnePlus 6 is super-fast and gives the users a lag-free experience whether you play graphics enriched games or work on multiple tasks.

As for the storage, OnePlus 6 is loaded with three storage variants – 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. The onboard memory is expandable no further, unfortunately.

As far as its battery is concerned, OnePlus 6 is backed by 3300mAh non-removable which is a little bump over OnePlus 5T. The battery keeps you online all day long under both casual and moderate use.

OnePlus 6 Price

Price always depends on a model you go for, and OnePlus 6 is no different. The phone lands with a 256GB, 128GB and 64GB built-in storage which is expandable no further. The OnePlus 6 Price in Australia for 64GB starts from AU$650, whereas 128GB costs AU$790 and 256GB costs AU$970 respectively.

You can go through OnePlus 6 Review in Australia by landing in a blog section if you are looking for more information in terms of its design, display, and overall performance.