Kogan releases 4G smartphone for $299

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Kogan releases 4G smartphone for $299

Kogan has revealed its latest 4G smartphone, Agora 4G Pro, available for $299.

The device is powered with a 1.5 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 octa-core processor, 2GB RAM and runs on Android 5 Lollipop.

It comes with 16GB internal storage, 13MP rear camera and 8MP front-facing camera and 1920x1080 resolution screen at 5.2 inches. Kogan claims the Agora boasts a full day’s battery life.

Kogan launched its first Agora 4G smartphone in July last year for $249. It also sells the Agora 4G+ for $279.

CEO Ruslan Kogan said the company was committed to making the latest technology available to all Australians for an affordable price.

“Australians shouldn’t have to pay exorbitant amounts of their hard-earned cash in order to own a full feature 4G smartphone,” said Kogan. “We’ve packed in all the features people expect in a high-end smartphones and done away with the hefty price tag. We can’t wait for people to get their hands on the Kogan Agora 4G Pro.”

Other budget smartphones include Huawei’s Ascend Y550 for $99, LG’s L Fino for $199, Aldi’s Baun Sphere for $279, Nokia’s Lumia 530 for $149 and Motarola’s Moto E for $179.

The smartphone is available exclusively from Kogan’s website and begins shipping on 2 July.

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