With higher quality tech hitting the market in recent years, people are buying gadgets less often. It used to be that phones have an average lifespan of two years, but now that that's becoming longer, most consumers are holding on to their current model. While that's mostly good news for our pockets, the irony is that most of the latest gadgets for sale right now carry a hefty price tag. And that means we as consumers should be more discerning than ever when buying new tech. Ahead, we list the gadget launches that you can consider once you need an upgrade.
Huawei Mate 30 Series
Just yesterday, Huawei unveiled its latest premium offering: the Huawei Mate 30 Series. It's the world’s first second-generation 5G smartphone boasting a Kirin 990 5G SoC chipset for fast processing; a powerful battery life that's up to 4200 mAh; a new camera system with different lenses like telephoto and 3D Depth Sensing and vegan leather design options.