Details of the availability and pricing of the newly announced iPhone 6S in Singapore are now out, with Starhub and M1 having opened their registration-of-interest (ROI) pages as well. If the three carriers aren’t your cup of tea, you can directly pre-order from Apple themselves from tomorrow, the 12th of September. Continue readingGetting the iPhone 6S in Singapore
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.
The Sony Xperia Z3 and its smaller but equally as powerful cousin, the Z3 Compact are now available for pre-order at all three telcos! However, there is a catch with the Z3 Compact – it is only available for pre-order at SingTel, though it will be available for sale at M1 and StarHub as well.
We here at Twenty First Tech came away hugely impressed with them, so do have a look at our first impressions article for more info on the devices themselves.
Well, Singapore, looks like the new iPhones’ pricing is out – and it’s ugly. While the iPhone 6 is priced at a similar level to its competitor, the Z1 Compact (and soon the Z3 Compact), the iPhone 6 Plus is priced ridiculously high, costing nearly $300 more than other Android flagships. Read on to see the prices for yourselves.
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.
A year on from the HTC One M7, HTC seems to be learning from their gravest mistake with the device – poor marketing. Holding a huge bash with accompanying act Scarlet Avenue yesterday night for their launch event, HTC seems to have got off on the right footing with the M8. Read on to know what we think of it.
Good news Singaporeans! The recently announced iPad Air and iPad mini with retina display will be available in Singapore from 1 November. The newest offerings from the guys at Cupertino, both these devices have improved upon their predecessors by large margins. The new iPad Air is just under 500g, and thinner than 8mm. It also comes with the new A7 chipset. It's smaller sibling, the iPad mini, is also...
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