Siege is no stranger to providing premium quality glass screen protectors for high-end smartphones, and we are no strangers to Siege. Our editors Shiv and Timothy have previously reviewed Siege’s Glastimate screen protectors for the iPhone 5 and Galaxy S4 respectively and they seemed pretty happy with the experience. So when Siege requested for us to take a look at their latest offering for the iPhone 6, I was happy to oblige. Here’s my take on the full-coverage glass screen protector for the iPhone 6, as well as some thoughts on glass screen protectors in general – are they really worth the extra money?
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Remember the time when you had no problems with a bulky casing (think of the likes of Griffin cases) to provide all-round protection to your phones, because your phone was so small for it to be of a concern? However, as phones have grown in size over the past few years, it may now be a little problematic if you wanted to use a similar casing – your big phone will become even bulkier. Will there even be space for it in your pockets? This is why I believe that as phones grow bigger, manufacturers will have to look at striking a balance between protection and portability. Here, we review the UAG Case for the iPhone 6 Plus, which I believe has indeed struck this balance I have been talking about. Continue reading “UAG Case for iPhone 6 Plus Review”
Customers who register their interest will get a bonus SD card and Leather Quick Circle in addition to extra battery and charger
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Xiaomi has just announced the pricing of its recently unveiled Xiaomi Mi4i in Singapore. The polycarbonate high-end midranger will be on sale on Xiaomi Singapore for just S$279. Head past the break for more details about the device.
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Just half a year ago, HTC released the One M8. The M8 was an amazing phone, but now it is time for its successor, the One M9, to pick up the mantle as HTC’s flagship. The One M8 tied up many of the M7’s loose ends, but there were still some aspects HTC overlooked. If the One M9 carries on that trend of excellence, it could turn out to be the phone of the year. Unfortunately, however, we found that the M9 isn’t much of an upgrade over the M8. Although it does present some solid specs and a lovely user interface, it doesn’t warrant an upgrade over any of last year’s flagships. That being said, it is still an enjoyable phone to use, and may well be the right phone for you if its shortcomings don’t bother you. Continue reading “HTC One (M9) Review”
On Wednesday, LG unveiled the eagerly anticipated G4 flagship smartphone at the Singapore ArtScience Museum. Twenty First Tech was invited to the launch event and we have had our hands-on with the device. Here are our thoughts, along with specs, prices, and availability.
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