Australia’s best-sellers have all had their share of controversy, and we’ve got a list of some of them below.
iPhone – $1.49 billionThe iPhone is one of the most-loved smartphones in history, with a market cap of more than $1 billion.
This is not surprising given its design, and the fact that it’s the first iPhone.
But its design and feature set are not without controversy.
The iPhone has been criticised for its limited display, its low-resolution screens, its high price and lack of privacy features.
Its screen resolution is actually less than the iPhone 4S’s, but this has caused confusion among some users.
Critics also point out that the iPhone doesn’t offer a decent camera, although the iPhone 5s does, with the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus providing some great pictures.
Apple Watch – $199.99The Apple Watch has long been the most popular wearable in the world.
Its popularity is due in part to its high-quality design, low-cost components and low price.
But it’s also due to the fact it is the most complicated and difficult product to buy, especially for younger users.
Many of its features are not available to the general public, which makes it harder for it to be a “must-have”.
This also makes it hard to sell, as it is difficult for anyone who doesn’t have the experience or knowledge to know what it’s worth.
Many people believe the Watch is inferior to the iPhone.
Samsung Galaxy S5 – $399 Samsung is known for making high-end smartphones, but the Samsung Galaxy Series 5 is its flagship.
It’s the only Galaxy phone to have a curved screen, with no metal body.
It also comes with a very good camera.
It has a battery life of up to 9 hours, a screen size of 38.7mm, and a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels.
It features an accelerometer, GPS and wireless charging.
LG G6 – $329 The LG G5 is the LG G4’s successor, and it’s one of its most popular phones ever.
It came with a curved display, a smaller screen and a battery size of 4,000mAh.
However, it also has a very powerful processor and the ability to do advanced voice-control and photo editing.
It was the first phone to use a curved back panel.
The G6 has an amazing camera, and also comes in a very nice colour range, with two different finishes available.
It comes with Android 7.0 Nougat.
Nokia Lumia 1520 – $699 This is the only phone on this list that is also the first Android phone.
It had a curved panel, a 5.7-inch display, and got a metal body to match.
The display was also curved, giving the phone a very beautiful look.
Nokia also released the Nokia Lumia 2020 last year, which has a 5-inch screen and has a smaller display.
It is the world’s thinnest phone, and is the smallest phone in this list.
Huawei Mate 10 Pro – $899 Huawei’s Mate 10 is one the most expensive phones in the list.
It can cost as much as $1,200, which is expensive for a flagship phone.
However it has a curved, 4.8-inch panel, which gives it a very attractive look.
Huawei also released its Huawei Mate 15 Pro, which had a 4.7 inch screen.
Samsung Gear S3 Active – $449 The Gear S2 Active is the Samsung Gear VR’s predecessor, and has an edge-to-edge display, allowing for a better virtual reality experience.
It doesn’t come with a display, though, so it isn’t compatible with the Gear VR headset.
It runs Samsung’s Android 7 mobile OS, which includes many of the Samsung features, such as a heart rate monitor, and GPS.
Samsung S5 Active – £349 Samsung has also released a version of its S5 smartphone, which comes with an edge display.
However you might want to avoid it, because it is not compatible with Gear VR. 9.
Motorola Moto X Pure Edition – $649 Motorola’s Moto X Play, the Moto X Maxx and the Moto Z Play are Motorola’s best phones yet.
These phones have a 6-inch, curved screen and the fastest processor ever.
They are also the only phones in this series to come with Android 8.0 Oreo, which also includes Google’s new ‘Edge’ software, and Google Assistant.
Asus ZenFone 2 – $599 Asus has recently announced its ZenFones, a line of affordable phones that have a very impressive 5.5-inch AMOLED display and 4G LTE capabilities.
They come in a variety of colours and colours are now supported on all the phones, including the ZenFONE 3