The Kogan Agora is a new Android phone that costs just £120, with two SIM card slots to save you money when travelling.
So, you want a tablet, but you're not willing to pay iPad prices for one? We rip the plastic off the AU$179 Kogan Agora tablet to see how much computer you get for your money.
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.
Australia's first smartphone to run on Google's Android, the Kogan Agora Pro, has been delayed indefinitely with its distributor citing its low-resolution display as the reason for not shipping the handset in its current form.
With the Australian release of two Android powered smartphones coming closer to fruition, it's time to chuck these Rock 'em Sock 'em Robots in the ring.
A pre-production unit of Kogan's Agora phone has arrived in Australia, and some blurry photos and a video has been released showing off the Android-powered phone.
The new Agora phone also sports a 5-inch IPS screen and dual-sim capabilities.
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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