LG G Flex 2 – REALLY HOT CURVES

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This Morning, a team from Twenty First Tech attended the launch event of the LG G Flex 2. It was a sizzling hot event at Koup de Tat, the top of MBS, as LG would have liked. After all, how else to market a hot curve. The LG G Flex 2 is marketed as having Hot Style, Hot Performance and Hot Solutions.

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Xiaomi’s Mi Note flagship to launch in Singapore in Q2, prices inside

Xiaomi’s brand new Mi Note flagship will be launching in Singapore in the second quarter of this year. The Mi Note, which rivals the iPhone 6 Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note 4, is Xiaomi’s first flagship-grade phablet. It was announced in January alongside the Mi Note Pro, a more beefed-up version of the phablet.

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Seagate Hard Drive Reviews

I have been using the below Seagate Hard Drives for a while now and here is my review for them

Seagate Backup Plus Fast Portable Drive (4TB),

Seagate Backup Plus Slim Portable Drive (2TB),

Seagate Wireless Plus Mobile Device Storage (2TB), and

Seagate Central Shared Storage (4TB).

Out of the assortment of the devices, there is a good spread of storage options that offers different usages. With easy to use portable hard drives as well as feature packed central storage hard drives.

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Microsoft Lumia 535 Review: 5x5x5 budget smartphone

Overview

As Microsoft’s first Lumia phone since its acquisition of Nokia’s hardware division, the Lumia 535 defines Microsoft’s target market – the fast-growing low-end market. As yet another budget phone that provides a whole lot for its $199 retail price, can it differentiate itself from the wildly popular Lumia 520, or will it ultimately live in its spiritual predecessor’s shadow?

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Moto G (2014) Review

Overview

When the original Moto G launched, it was lauded for providing stock Android at superb speeds for just S$318 and became Motorola’s best-ever selling device. However, it had some shortcomings such as the lack of a micro-SD card slot and did not have the best of battery lives. Read on to find out what we thought about the refreshed version one year on.

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