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Optus Motorola G8 Power Lite - 4GB / 64GB / 5000mAh / 6.5" - $126.86 Delivered @ Amazon AU


Bit more ($2) than previous deal

Operating System
Android 9

Display Size
6.5” Max Vision 20:9 | IPS TFT LCD | HD+ (720x1600) | 269ppi |

MTK P35 Octa core (2.3GHz x 4+1.8GHz x 4)


Internal Memory

External Memory
MicroSD up to 256GB

Rear Facing camera Megapixels

Front Facing camera Megapixels

Video Capture (Resolution @ Frame Rate)
FHD (30fps) | HD (30fps)

3G Network Bands (in MHz)
band 1/2/5/6/8/19

4G Network Bands (in MHz)
band 1/2/3/5/7/8/18/19/20/26/28/38/40/41

164.94 x 75.76 x 9.2mm


SIM Type
Nano SIM

5000mAh (non-removable)

WiFi Bands - Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n | 2.4GHz
Bluetooth Version - 4.2
NFC - No
GPS - Yes
Other sensors - Fingerprint reader, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient Light sensor, Gyroscope, Sar sensor

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    Presumably locked onto the Optus network?


      Yes, but works with all Optus MVNOs, e.g. Coles. Unlike Telstra handsets that work only on Telstra or Boost.


    Even unlocked, Optus have a nasty habit of supplying phones with the frequencies that Telstra and Vodafone have and Optus doesn't use crippled in the firmware. and hardware, one of the reasons I do not and will not deal with them.

    You're right that it is " unlike Telstra handsets that only work on Telstra and Boost" - that is axiomic. I'd be interested to know if you had ever come across one, as I haven't had a Telstra handset yet that didn't work with Woolworths, Aldi ect.

    Other members would be incorrect in assuming that " Telstra Handsets only work on Telstra or Boost" as most of them [ All that I have seen, there is space there for you to provide your example of one that doesn't] work on the 9 MVNOs using their network, can be unlocked, and Telstra are also allowing MVNO.s to activate e-SIMS.


    OTOH, a crippled Optus phone is a crippled Optus phone, unlocked, locked or even rooted and flashed with another ROM! Then again, they are unlike Vodafone phones which interfer with your cars GPS and cause migraines. I so glad Vodafone doesn't stock any…