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The Samsung Galaxy Fold is finally coming to NZ
The controversial foldable smartphone is now available for preorder in New Zealand from December 9, with shipping starting on December 18.
Samsung's Note10 will come in two different sizes for the first time ever
It’s that time of year again. Like clockwork, Samsung has announced the latest version of the acclaimed Galaxy Note series, the Note10.
Royole's FlexPai: So bendable phablets are a reality now
A US-based firm called Royole is delivering on that age-old problem of not being able to fold up your devices (who hasn't ever wished they could fold their phone up...)
Smartphone sales down, but 'Phablets' are in
"Over the past two years, high-priced flagship phablets from the likes of Apple, Samsung, and LG have set the bar for power, performance, and design."
Pricing announced for HP's radical new mobility solution
Hewlett Packard's HP Elite x3, touted as "The one device that’s every device", is now available in the US for $799 - approximately $NZ1138 or $AU1064.
New release: HP Elite X3 - the one device that's every device
A revolutionary new device from HP for a whole new type of mobile workforce
Hands on at the release of Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ and Note 5
This morning in Auckland saw the unpacking of the latest phones in Samsung’s lineup, the Galaxy S6 edge+ and the Galaxy Note 5.
Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Having jump started the phablet game with the original Note, Samsung are refining things with the Note 4.
Will Apple's market arrival kickstart a future fuelled by phablets?
"With Apple expected to join the space in the coming weeks, we anticipate even more attention on phablets as larger screen smartphones become the new norm."
Phablets are so yesterday...
"This shift highlights the sustained interest among consumers, at least in emerging markets, to have a single mobile device for all their needs..."
Tablet projections lowered as phablet shipments impact market
"Two major issues are causing the tablet market to slow down."
Phablets... a 'Phabulous' future?
Once perceived to have limited potential, Juniper forecasts that Phablets will ship over 120 million units by 2018, rising from an estimated 20 million in 2013.
Window of opportunity as Phablet shipments set to smash 120m mark?
The Phablet, once perceived to have limited potential, will ship over 120 million units by 2018, with the OS market dominated by two major players, Android and Windows.
Big screens for less? Phablets lead the market
Phablets overtook shipments of each of the portable PC and tablet device categories in Asia/Pacific during the second quarter of 2013.
So what did we get from the CES show?
Roger Bennett rounds up the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week.