Logic Mobility has arrived in Australia today offering the latest mobile technology to Aussies without the hefty price tag, starting with a range of new phones.

Logic Mobility brand is a part of the IQU Group which sells a range of branded devices including Ducati scooters, Tesla batteries, Trifo robot vacuum cleaners and Dizo wearables and audio in Australia already. Logic Mobility though will specialise in budget friendly devices under their own brand including smartphones and tablets which will spearhead their initial launch which also includes New Zealand and neighbouring Pacific islands.

The brand, which was established 12 years ago, offers more than just phones and tablets though, with a range of consumer devices including feature phones, smartphones, tablets, fixed wireless, mobile broadband, wearables, true wireless audio and smart home devices.

Sam Skontos, CEO and Director of IQU Group, is excited about the impact that Logic Mobility can have across the region saying:

Australian consumers continue to crave the latest technology from brands they can trust and that remain affordable and accessible. In my four decades in the industry I have seen this time and again, which makes me particularly excited to be part of the team behind introducing Logic Mobility into the market.


The initial launch includes the Logic Mobility B11L, a 4G VoLTE Feature Phone with 2.4-inch TFT display and T9 dialler pad and 1750mAh battery which will sell for just $49. There’s also two smartphones on offer with the L50E and L65 Lite, 4G enabled, Android smartphones selling for budget prices with a host of features.

The L50E will sell for just $99 and include a five-inch display and powered by a quad-core processor with 2GB RAM and 16GB of on-board storage and it’s powered by a 2,000mAh battery. There’s a 5MP dual camera array on the rear which includes a flash and 2MP selfie camera on the front.

The L65 Lite will be priced at $179 and includes a roomier 6.5-inch display and is also powered by a quad-core processor with 2GB RAM and 64GB of storage. The phone comes with a larger 4,000mAh battery and includes a triple camera setup on the rear headlined by a 13MP AF sensor, with a 5MP selfie camera on the front.

The devices will be available in retailers across Australia shortly, and will be at Mobile World Congress where Trevor is headed right now – so expect more news on availability soon.