Samsung fans, the king of phablets is back, and we’ve got a date for its Singapore release. Samsung Mobile Singapore has announced the local pricing and availability details of the Note 4, as well as details regarding pre-order with M1, StarHub and SingTel.
I wasn’t very happy with HTC’s decision to launch the One (E8) over a month ago. Using the brilliant HTC One (M8) with a 90% metal body, the faster processor, superb UI and dazzling display as a baseline, they re-launched it in plastic but with a better camera. Understandably many One (M8) customers grumbled, but perhaps they will not now – the One (E8) will cost just S$658.
Not the best move HTC, I must say. Exactly two months ago, HTC launched their brilliant HTC One (M8) with a 90% metal body, the faster processor, superb UI and dazzling display. Problem is, it took the 4 MP UltraPixel gamble again, and failed. Again. Now HTC has released the One (E8), with a polycarbonate body, but a 13 MP camera.
Samsung today announced that the Galaxy S5 LTE (32 GB) will be available in Singapore from 12 April 2014, Saturday, in Shimmery White and Charcoal Black, at the Recommended Retail Price of $1,068 (without contract) at all telecommunication operators, major consumer electronics stores and Samsung Experience Stores.
Open your eyes Singapore, the world is more than just Apples and Samsungs.
If you’re a Singaporean reading this article, chances are you own an iPhone or a Samsung device. These are the two manufacturers which are most popular and commonly seen in Singapore. But the world is not just Apples and Samsungs.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (32GB) will be available at a RRP of $1,048 in Singapore without contract...