The Kogan Agora is a new Android phone that costs just £120, with two SIM card slots to save you money when travelling.
Australia's Kogan Technologies says its Google-optimized smartphone must be redesigned with a higher-resolution display, at least matching that of T-Mobile's G1.
The Agora offers some interesting specs, including dual SIM slots and a phablet-size display. It's scheduled to reach U.S. shores in about a month.
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Kogan Technologies' Agora phone will be the first sold Down Under to run Google's mobile operating system. It has a keyboard, a touch screen, and 3G connectivity.
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