Introduction On an early Tuesday morning, a package worth S$1,729 arrived at my doorstep. In all my years of reviewing devices on this site, this was the single most expensive piece of tech I’ve ever had. (It isn’t, however, the … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Note9 Review
Samsung Press Release Samsung Electronics Singapore today announced details of the exchange and refund options for Galaxy Note7 customers. For the benefit of consumers’ safety, Samsung has stopped sales and exchanges of the Galaxy Note7, and has consequently decided to … Continue reading [Update] Note 7 Exchange and Refund Details in Singapore
Samsung Press Release. Singapore, 12 October 2016 – Samsung Electronics Singapore announces remedy options for Galaxy Note7 customers in Singapore, following its advisory for Galaxy Note7 customers to power down and stop using the device. Singapore customers will be able … Continue reading Samsung announces resolution for Note 7 customers in Singapore
In a filing with South Korean regulators on Tuesday, Samsung Electronics has said that it would be permanently halting production (and sales) of the embattled smartphone. This news comes a day after they had ‘temporarily’ suspended sales and exchanges of the device after replacement sets that had allegedly solved the battery issue continued to catch fire, with at least 8 reported cases.
Update (11/10/16): Samsung has now released another statement, which asks all carrier and retail partners to halt sales and exchanges of the Note 7. They recommend all users to power down and stop using both the old and new Note 7 units. Continue reading “Samsung suspends Note 7 sales and exchanges after fires”
Having suspended sales of the Galaxy Note 7 worldwide, except for China, due to the danger of the internal battery exploding, Samsung has now issued a global recall notice for all Note 7 units. China is spared the recall and … Continue reading Samsung issues global recall for Note 7, will replace current sets with new ones
Samsung today announced that Singapore will be the first market in the region to introduce the company’s flagship mobile payment service, Samsung Pay, a secure and easy-to-use mobile payment service that can be used to make purchases almost anywhere credit and debit cards are accepted. By as early as Q2 2016, Singapore will join South Korea, U.S and China in the list of Samsung’s priority markets to roll out this highly anticipated mobile payment service. Continue reading “Singapore to be first in the region to roll out Samsung Pay”