Welcome to Droid Pack 2014 (Part 1), Twenty First Tech’s Flagship Shootout! Here we will put the three currently available Q2 2014 flagships head-to-head to see which one is truly the king of the Android domain. The LG G3 is a recent release, and will be included in Droid Pack 2014 (Part 2).
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Following hot on the heels of many successful Samsung launches, the Galaxy S5 was touted to be the next big thing. It was rumored to have a flexible screen, a metal chassis, a brilliant camera, and more. Samsung instead, went back to the basics. And we struggle to understand what that really means to the folks in Seoul.
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Good news readers, we have recently received a review unit of the popular Galaxy S5, along with the various new Galaxy Gears. Do like our Facebook page, and look out for the review in the coming weeks! Continue reading Stay tuned for our review of the Samsung Galaxy S5!
Android lovers (or simply S. Korean ones), here’s a piece of good news for you. The South Korean Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning has banned the common practice of mobile manufacturers and networks putting un-removable apps on smartphones.
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Welcome to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 review – the most powerful Samsung phone yet. It released just as September ended, and went on to become a very well grossing product, even if its image was tainted with the fake region locking fiasco. It is expensive, but priced the same as all other flagships, while packing in some very useful features and top of the line specs. Still, not everything is perfect, especially considering the plastic body while Apple, HTC and Sony have moved on to aluminium, and TouchWiz is as poor as ever. The target audience of the Note 3 then falls to those who need a large screen for entertainment purposes, as well as the multitude of S-Pen functions useful in note taking and the like.
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Many of us don’t have the financial capability to purchase the latest and greatest devices, so we often settle for the mid-range devices. However we here at Twenty First Tech don’t feel that’s the only option – you still have the previous generation flagships to look at, and that’s what we’ll be doing here today. Ready to purchase a phone but unsure of which one? Read on! Continue reading “On a budget this year? Have a look at these 2013 flagships!”
Samsung today announced the launch of the Samsung GALAXY Note 3 With LTE in Blush Pink and Samsung GALAXY S4 With LTE+. Both devices will be available in Singapore from today at the following prices (off-contract):