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Optus X Wave $99 (Was $149) @ Australian Post (Can Be Price Match at Officeworks)

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Price Matched to: https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/optus-x-wa...

This Optus X Wave Smartphone makes it easy to connect to Optus' 4G network, allowing you to begin use and connecting with your friends almost immediately. You can access apps like Facebook and Instagram from the Google Play Store to experience them with clarity on the 6.08" HD+ display, with the 13MP rear cameras allowing you to take stunning photos to view later. It has NFC support for using functions like Google Pay.

This phone features a 6.08" HD+ display which offers sharpness, clarity and more natural looking colours.
The rear cameras of this phone are 13 MP, while the front facing camera is 5 MP.
This phone features 2 GB of RAM which ensures that you can effectively multitask between apps.
It has a storage capacity of 16 GB with the option to add an additional 256 GB via microSD.
It runs on the Android 9.0 operating system.
The Quad-Core processor ensures that single apps load quickly, animations play smoothly and that you can browse through your media quickly.
This phone supports connections via Bluetooth 4.2, WiFi, 4G and Micro USB.
Simply connect to the Optus network using a nano-SIM.
A 2 year warranty is included.
This phone is designed for the Optus network.
It comes in a sleek, dark grey colour.
This phone is a genuine product, is brand new and is not a refurbished model.

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  • +2 votes

    Not a bargain for those in the know. Good if you need something NOW though :)

    • +1 vote

      can only imagine what 2gb of ram would be like on android 9, it's bad enough with 3gb ram on Samsung GalaxyA20.

  • +2 votes

    these phones raise your blood pressure

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    I bought one of these - I had a hard budget of $100, and urgently needed a phone.

    To be honest, its not as bad as what people think. Sure its no flagship but for a disposable phone with NFC its actually decent value. It does lag on some apps, but if you just need something for email, web, whatsapp, maps, etc style of light usage it does the job. The biggest miss for me is the lack of fingerprint unlock.

    I'd guesstimate the performance as around about a mid-range from 2 years ago.