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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.
A pre-production unit of Kogan's Agora phone has landed in Australia, with Kogan releasing some blurry photos of the unit, along with some shaky-cam footage.
The final unit will have a black bezel rather than a silver one, as shown in the professional photos previously released.
The Agora is slated to be released on 29 January at a price point of AU$299, and the higher level Agora Pro at AU$399.
The QWERTY keyboard of the Agora is sure to please email fans. The silver bezel will become black in the final version.
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The applications screen, and a good idea of how well the phone will fit in your hand.
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