Sony yesterday launched their mid-range device, Xperia T3, the stunning new quad-core smartphone created exclusively for those looking to stand out from the crowd. Beautifully crafted in a stainless steel frame, the Xperia T3 is a light and ultra-slim sensation that’s just as pleasing to hold, as it is to look at. Available since yesterday, it is retailing off-contract for S$498.
Sony Mobile Singapore is pleased to announce that Sony Xperia C3, the ultimate new smartphone for selfies and social sharing, will be available locally from 30 August 2014 onwards. In conjunction with the launch, Sony Mobile Singapore has lined up a series of exciting activities with attractive prizes to be won.
MI stands for Mission Impossible. MI stands for Xiaomi. Now, the Mi4 is out, and for its competitors, it certainly does look like Mission Impossible. Priced at just S$400 for the 16 GB variant and S$500 for the 64 GB version, this phone is shaping up to follow in its predecessor’s footsteps as a giant killer. Read on to find out more about it.
What is the kind of phone which comes to your mind when it is priced at S$169? Budget phones which are barely functional with unresponsive touchscreens and begin to lag after weeks of use? For too long, this has been the kind of standard which consumers have come to expect and Xiaomi has shattered this perception with their budget phone, the Redmi, also known as the Hongmi in China. Even at such low prices, the Redmi manages to pack in a power seen in mid-range phones into a dirt-cheap device.
Xiaomi finally announced a week ago that the highly anticipated Redmi Note would be available in Singapore. The 1.7Ghz Octa-core 5.5″ phablet will be going on sale in Singapore on 8 July (that’s next Tuesday) for a low $199.
But Xiaomi had more to offer. In a surprise post today, it announced that the Redmi 1s will be available on the same day, retailing for the same price as the original Redmi for $169. Continue reading “Redmi 1s launches in Singapore alongside the Redmi Note on 8 July”
Better late than never. Though in Motorola’s case, its Moto X is almost a year late into the market.
The Redmi 1S, a slightly upgraded version of the wildly popular Redmi, will be available in the coming weeks. Update: The 1s will be available on 8 July for $169 alongside the Redmi Note