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Take a look at Kogan’s new affordable, feature-packed Agora 8 Plus smartphone

Kogan has released its latest affordable smartphone – the Agora 8 Plus – which gives customers on an entry-level budget the option of having a feature-packed device.

The Agora 8 Plus has a Gorilla Glass scratch-resistant 5.5-inch full high definition 1080p screen and has a dual SIM card slot so you can have both a private and work number in the same device.

One of the slots can support 4G while the secondary SIM is limited to 3G.

Kogan’s Agora 8 Plus has a fingerprint reader on the rear panel for added security and is powered by an octa-core processor. The device is also running the Android 7.0 Nougat operating system.

Also onboard is a 13-megapixel camera with auto-focus and an 8-megapixel front camera.

There is 4GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage which is also expandable with an additional 128GB microSD card.

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“Smartphones are a necessity for everyday life, but a lot of people aren’t able to keep up with the sharp price increases for new devices,” says Sergiy Bobrovnychyy, Product Manager at Kogan.com.

“We’ve built a phone packed with all the high-end features that Australians demand, but at a fraction of the price.”
“At Kogan.com, we are committed to making the latest technology more accessible and affordable for all Australians and the new Kogan Agora 8 Plus is a testament to that.”

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The Kogan Agora 8 Plus is available from Kogan.com at a pre-sale price of $239 until November 24 so expect delivery in December.

Key features:

– Android 7.0 ‘Nougat’ OS

– 5.5” 1080p, multi-touch IPS screen

– 2.5D Gorilla Glass display

– Fingerprint sensor

– Large 2950 mAH battery

– Octa-core 1.5 Ghz processor

– 32GB (microSD upto 128GB) storage

– 13MP rear camera with autofocus

– 8MP front camera

– 4GB RAM

– Dual SIM (3G+4G)

– Android Pay Compatible

About Stephen Fenech

Stephen is the Tech Guide editor and one of Australia's most respected tech journalists. He is a regular on radio and TV talking about the latest tech news, products and trends.

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  • Paul

    Its frustrating that no independent reviews are possible until distribution in December 2017. The basic features are known but how do we know if it really
    “has a great camera” until then, as Kogan claims? It’s a risk to buy in advance.