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Microsoft Lumia 640 Review [Video]

Microsoft’s latest mostly-budget smartphone, the Lumia 640 offers decent value for its asking price, with a camera that’s a little better than you might expect.

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Microsoft Lumia 640/640 XL Australian Hands On

I’ve just had a brief play with Microsoft’s latest mid-range Lumia devices, the Lumia 640 and Lumia 640XL. Here’s some early impressions.

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Nokia Lumia 635 Review

The latest budget Lumia has an odd mix of upsides and downsides, especially considering it’s a Lumia. At its price point, though, it offers excellent…

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Lumia 930 and 635 get Aussie release dates and pricing

Fans of Windows phones rejoice, as Microsoft’s Lumia 930 and 635 now have Australian release schedules and pricing.

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Nokia: X marks the spot for Android ambitions

Nokia — you know, that company bought by Microsoft that only makes Windows Phone 8 smartphones — has announced that it’ll offer budget smartphones running…

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The Best Smartphone of 2013 Is…

2013 has seen a number of excellent smartphones released on the Australian market. Which one was best?

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Which cheap camera phone should I buy?

Hi Fat Duck Tech, I’m looking for a cheapish second phone. The most important feature is the camera. Any recommendations?

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Nokia Lumia 1020 hits Australian stores on September 17th

What may well be the last “Nokia” Lumia smartphone will go on sale in Australia mid-month with an RRP of $899.

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Microsoft's just bought a lot of Lumias. All of them, in fact.

Microsoft’s announced that it’s buying up Nokia’s hardware devices business lock, stock and Lumia for a tidy $7.95 BILLION dollars. That’s a lot of Lumias.

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Can Nokia and Blackberry take down Android?

Nokia and Blackberry sit in the interesting position of jostling for third place in the smartphone marketplace, although there’s no doubt they’d love to be…

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