Aussie mobile phone users are not tempted by the “latest and greatest” smartphones, with many of them planning on keeping the same smartphone for three years on average, according to comparison website finder.com.au.
Motor racing legend Mark Skaife has stormed around the Calder Park Thunderdome in Victoria in a car, with all its windows blacked out, relying on just the Vodafone 4G network to guide him with vision from three Samsung Galaxy tablets mounted on the inside of his windscreen.
The British consumer group Which? has found that the iPhone 7 battery is the worst among recent big-brand smartphones, after the group compared it with the Samsung Galaxy S7, the HTC 10 and the LG G5.
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