The Kogan Agora XS brings another phone into Kogan's Agora line-up, and once again, it's a budget play for those whose phone needs are only moderate.
Kogan has made its name providing products for less, with the majority of its own-brand devices selling at lower price points than those of brand-name rivals. For smartphones, Kogan has been releasing a range of phones under the Agora brand, and the Kogan Agora XS is set to arrive on our shores just after Christmas 2018.
- Notch in place
- Fingerprint sensor or face ID
- Mid-sized LCD display.
- Dual rear cameras
- Low-end MediaTek processor
- 64GB of onboard storage is a nice inclusion
- 3250mAh battery
- Fast wired charging via USB-C
- Decent value with high storage
- Lots of similarly priced competitors
Pricing and availability
- The Kogan Agora XS will ship to Australia from 28 December 2018.
- The Kogan Agora XS will cost $299 outright or you can get it on contract.
The Kogan Agora XS will only be available from Kogan's website, with pre-orders starting from 28 November 2018 and actual unit availability from 28 December 2018.
Kogan Agora XS from Kogan
With a 5.7 inch 19:9 display, dual rear cameras, the choice of fingerprint or face unlock and a powerful 3250mAh battery, the Kogan Agora XS gives you more phone for less money.View details
Kogan Agora XS specs
Power, storage and battery
|Display size||5.7 inches|
|Resolution||720 x 1520|
|Pixels per inch (PPI)||287|
|Rear camera megapixels||12MP + 5MP|
|Rear camera aperture size|
|Front camera megapixels||16MP|
|Front camera aperture size|
|Dimensions||148.4mm x 71.4mm x 8.3mm|
|Network category speed||N/A|
|Operating system||Android 8|
|External storage support||Up to 128GB|
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