- Mobile Phones
Sunday, 4 Sep 2016
In an unprecedented move, Samsung has halted sales of its latest flagship, the Galaxy Note7, amidst reports of batteries bursting into flames. Here’s everything you need to know.
Saturday, 3 Sep 2016
The Xiaomi Mi Max 6.44-inch phablet is now available through several retail channels for S$349.
Android Police claims that Google will not use the Nexus branding anymore and market the two upcoming HTC-made phones under the Pixel branding. The phones are expected to be announced next month.
Friday, 2 Sep 2016
It’s official: Samsung stops sales of Galaxy Note7, and will issue replacement devices for phones already sold.
The NFC cashless mobile payment service by Xiaomi supports debit and credit cards from 20 banks, and it’s compatible with public transport payment. However, all of this is only possible within China.
Samsung may be recalling the Galaxy Note7 due to faulty batteries.
Do not be mistaken by the "s" moniker. The One A9s is not an upgrade over the one-year-old One A9.
Thursday, 1 Sep 2016
What do you get when you smash an Xperia X and Xperia Z? That's right, the Xperia XZ and it's Sony's highest performing device in the their new Xperia X series of smartphones. Step right in for the details.
ZTE launched its new flagship Nubia Z11 at IFA today. The 5.5-inch Full HD phone boasts a "bezel-less" design with an 81 percent screen-to-body ratio, giving it a seamless edge-to-edge display. It's powered by a Snapdragon 820 processor and either 4 or 6GB of RAM.
Korean news agency Yonhap reports that Samsung has halted shipments of its Galaxy Note7 in Korea after reports of the devices exploding while being charged.