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Review: Australian Aspera Mobile Smartphone Jazz 2

The Aspera Mobile Smartphone Jazz 2 is one of the best value 4G smartphones on the market. It’s brought to you by an Australian brand and company that listens to its customer’s needs. 

The phone was created after the company’s 3G Jazz customer wanted to move to 4G, without running out of storage space. Aspera was able to upgrade the phone’s technology and increased the board memory to 16GB. 

The phone was easy to start up and use. It has a modern design. The price is affordable and attractive. The smartphones are designed to work on all Australian and New Zealand mobile networks.

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Features: 

  • dual-SIM cards
  • 4G functionality works on 3G and 4G networks
  • The latest version of Android
  • 16GB memory, with optional 
  • 5 megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front camera
  • 4.95-inch screen, with an 18:9 aspect ratio
  • 1.5GHz quad-core processor
  • 1900mAh battery
  • Unlocked 

Aspera Mobile Managing Director, Allan Robertson said, “Not everyone has thousands to spend on high-end smartphones and to be honest not everyone has to. More and more customers have been questioning us about when the 3G networks will close, so with the Jazz 2 we wanted to provide the best value 4G package we could with the latest version of Android at this low price point.”

The latest version of Android is preloaded with 9 Go, so users can immediately gain access to GPS, Bluetooth, WiFi and more.

The dual SIM cards allows users to use one device to cover both their personal and work needs. Alternatively, you can use this feature when travelling overseas, and active a local SIM card, whilst still using your Australian SIM card active to receive calls and texts from home. 

The camera and video are functional but isn’t great on low-light. The RAM might not be enough for power users or people with a need for lots of apps. 

Aspera Mobile Smartphone Jazz 2 smartphone is an ideal solution for budget-conscious users or anyone just wants a simple smartphone without all the extra fuss. 

The new Jazz 2 smartphone is available now and can be purchased for just $99 at Big W, Harvey Norman, BP, Retravision and MobileCiti.

For more information on the Jazz 2 go to: https://asperamobile.com/phones/smart-phones/aspera-jazz-2/

About Aspera Mobile 

Aspera Mobile is an Australian brand and company focused on more than just the latest in mobile technology. We think about how mobile devices and mobile networks can be used to enhance our everyday lives, and find solutions for what people really require in a mobile device. Our product range includes smart phones, easy phones and rugged phones.

Our smart phones provide value for money solutions that will work on all Australian and New Zealand mobile networks. 

Aspera easy phones cater for those who prefer a simple phone with physical keypad, mostly using the device for calls and messaging. Including features such as camera, Bluetooth and radio provide useful functionality without needing to step up to a smartphone. Picture messaging, texting and playing music are all useful additions to the basic calling function.

Aspera rugged phones are for mobile users who need a high level of protection for their device due to their workplace or active life. Constructed with durability in mind all Aspera rugged devices have a minimum Ingress Protection (IP) 67 rating against the effects of non-corrosive liquids and dust particles. www.asperamobile.com

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Written by Emma Crameri

I am a Brisbane-based freelance technical reviewer and writer. I have experience working in ICT, online education and digital marketing. I can turn your ideas into engaging and shareable online content. I'm an early adopter with both Android and Apple devices. I'm also the Editor of the Brisbanista website.

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  1. As a long time lurker, and an Aussie. But what I find most interesting is the lack of a ‘smartphone native'[0] mobile music player available on Android. The Nokia N900 is the only mobile music player out there. I have a Samsung Galaxy S and an Asus Transformer which I have purchased in the last 2 months. I like that the N900 has a great sound system. For an outsider, this seems more like a way of getting people into touch with a new album (I like Apple’s ambient music player), than a platform to be able to “play” your own music through a phone app (which is still going nowhere). I hope my <a href=”https://bluestackshelp.com/bluestacks download”> Bluestacks simulator </a> run to this smoothly.

  2. The thing is Aspera was able to upgrade the phone’s technology and increased the board memory to 16GB. now it has a best opportunity.

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