Kogan Agora 6 Plus Review

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It’s been a long time since I’ve used a “normal” sized phone every day, and I’m sure for many of you it will be the same. Large phones are popular, with their screens offering more room for text, photos, and video while including larger batteries for extended runtime.


Kogan has entered the fray with the Agora 6 Plus, a 5.5-inch model that promises no compromises despite its impressive spec sheet and modest AU$349 retail price.


The Kogan Agora 6 Plus bears a striking resemblance to the iPhone 6s Plus, so much so that it fits perfectly in the case I have for my own device. Of course, the buttons and camera don’t line up, but at a cursory glance, it’s easily mistaken for Apple’s finest.

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To be honest, it’s a good thing. The front is an uncluttered piece of 2.5D glass flowing neatly into the side trim, and it looks every bit as polished sitting on a table as an iPhone 6s or Galaxy S7.


The sides and back of the Agora 6 Plus are mostly aluminium, with small plastic inserts at the top and bottom for wireless antennas.

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Mitchell Oke
Mitchell is a video producer and director working with Australia's leading motoring news sites and car companies. He's always on the go with a camera in hand. With a Bachelor of Creative Technology (Digital Video Production), Mitchell's worked for News Limited, CarAdvice.com and as a freelancer for many years.