Tuesday, 28 Apr 2015
MyRepublic has announced plans to offer 1,000 free SIM cards and unlimited 4G data coverage in a mobility trial in the Jurong Lake District this August. This is part of its efforts to be awarded a license as Singapore's fourth telco. Registration for the trial opens later this week.
Oppo Singapore just announced the Mirror 3, a new smartphone targeting the mass market. It will be available for purchase from mid-May onwards at a retail price of S$349. Hit the link to find out more!
Uiee has launched a 2-in-1 smartphone charger that doubles as both a portable power bank and a wall charger. The diminutive power bank cum charger is easily pocketed and should appeal to users who favor convenience and portability over sheer battery size.
Monday, 27 Apr 2015
Gearing up for LG's biggest and most aggressive smartphone launch to-date with the upcoming G4, the company has also embarked on an ambitious consumer experience program prior to the phone's retail availability and you can be part of it!
Nokia just issued a statement on its website denying reports that it will be manufacturing consumer handsets out of a R&D facility in China.
After nearly two months since it was unveiled, HTC had finally revealed pricing and availability details of its long awaited new flagship, the HTC One M9. You'll be glad to know that all four color options will be coming to Singapore, so hopefully that makes up for the long wait.
Sunday, 26 Apr 2015
HTC's first smartphone with a Quad-HD display may be coming soon to Singapore as it is listed on IDA's Equipment Search List. Read on to find out more!
Friday, 24 Apr 2015
Singtel will be waiving local mobile data charges for all postpaid customers on May 1, Friday. The telco also thanked its customers for their patience and understanding during the mobile data service incident on April 22, Wednesday.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2015
If the recently launched ASUS ZenFone 2 doesn't have enough juice for you, we've got good news, a new variant with a whopping 4GB RAM will be launching on 16th May.
Google has rolled out Project Fi in the US, a wireless service that allows users to switch seamlessly between Wi-Fi hotspots and 4G LTE networks wherever they go. Users can also use their phone number on multiple mobile devices and do things like send texts from their tablet or laptop!