Kogan breaks through the $200 barrier for a quad-core, 720p mobile
Australian online electronics retailer Kogan has launched a budget quad-core smartphone for $190. The device centers on a 5-inch 720p IPS display and is powered by a quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz matched with 1GB of RAM. It will ship with Android 4.2.2 out of the box and is currently up for pre-order and due to ship from October 3.
Five-inch smartphone to ship for $150
Australian hardware maker Kogan has announced a low-cost five-inch Android phone. Dubbed the Agora 50, the phablet is claimed by company founder Ruslan Kogan to be a way for to "make technology more affordable for everyone," and manages to pack a budget handset's specifications list into a phone that is a quarter of the price of the Samsung Galaxy Note II.
Kogan shows affordable TV hub, tablet, netbook
Australian hardware maker Kogan has introduced four new Agora-branded devices on Thursday. This includes the Agora Internet TV Portal that promises to bring the web and access to the Android Market to users' TVs, the Agora 7-inch Tablet PC, and Agora 12-inch Laptop along with a Pro version of the notebook. The netbooks run on Ubuntu Linux 11.04 while the other devices depend on Android 2.2.