Telstra will launch iPhone 4 in Australia on July 30 but as usual being on the country’s best mobile network will come at a price. For a device like the iPhone 4, which is simply made for being online anywhere at any time, the best Telstra can offer for the top end model on even the most expensive capped plan is a meagre 500MB of data.
The nation’s number two telco Optus this afternoon confirmed plans to bust open the doors of the love nest created this week by Telstra and Motorola, confirming plans to launch the US mobile giant’s Xoom Android tablet on its own network just a month after the device goes on sale with Telstra.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityWe know that Optus has special stuff in store for those who’ve pre-ordered, but what has Telstra announced it’s doing tomorrow for the iPhone 5 launch?
Pretend for a moment that you're a handset manufacturer like HTC, Samsung, Motorola, LG or Sony Ericsson. After months of negotiating with local carriers like Telstra, Optus and Vodafone and working with head office in the US or Asia to get stock for Australia, you finally launch your high-end Android smartphone in Australia. Then just a month or so later, Apple unexpectedly releases the iPhone 5.
A minor iteration of Samsung’s flagship smartphone will soon be making its way to Australian carriers Telstra and Optus with 4G LTE in tow. Dubbed the Galaxy S III 4G, it will be the first LTE-version of the device to launch outside of Korea with the company’s very own quad-core Exynos processor on board.
Apple iPhone five Launch Delayed To 2012
Apple can be a primary mobile phone manufacturer which is common for its iPhones. After the unforeseen accomplishment of its iPhone four now Apple is planning to launch its iPhone five that is not formally declared but. It is being stated that Apple has delayed its release to 2012.