The aluminum, dual-SIM handset challenges Nokia's low-cost Windows phones in the US, Europe, and Latin America.
The new and bigger iPhones reportedly will also use sapphire as the material for their screens and come with more pixels per inch than the current model.
The high-street phone flogger has pumped out some pricey deals on Sony's sharp new blower -- we'd plump for a SIM-free deal if we were you.
BBM won't be coming to Android or iOS this week, after a version leaked before it was ready. Meanwhile, BlackBerry's likely to be sold off.
BlackBerry has agreed to a buyout by Toronto-based financial holding company Fairfax Financial Holdings, which owns about 10 per cent of the mobile company's shares.
BlackBerry shareholders would receive $9 a share in the deal offered by a group led by Fairfax Financial Holdings.
If Apple makes the jump to a larger screen size for a future iPhone, the Moto X's 4.7-inch display seems optimal.
While average connection speeds are up 31 per cent year on year, Australia still ranks 41st in the world, according to Akamai.
Nokia's latest Lumia is massive, and aimed at those shopping on a budget.
The next Windows Phone handset in Nokia's lineup will adopt the largest display yet seen on a Lumia.