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HTC today introduced a new member of the Desire family, the Desire 510. Not only is it the most affordable 4G smartphone from HTC, it is also the company's first phone to be powered by a 64-bit processor. (Updated with price and availability in Singapore.)
As we speculated, the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A is arriving soon, but it will be marketed as the Galaxy S5 4G+ and to take advantage of its LTE-Advanced network support, SingTel will be the first to launch the device with their updated Combo plans.
Singtel's LTE-A network now covers more than half of Singapore and has been working with its mobile network equipment provider, Ericsson, to rapidly expand its 4G LTE-Advanced network across the country. Hit the link to find out what locality is LTE-A ready!
LG Electronics today unveiled the LTE variant of its G Pad 8.0 to expand its leadership in LTE from smartphones to tablets. The tablet will begin shipping in key European countries starting this week followed by markets in Central and South America, Asia and CIS in the weeks to follow.
Oppo Singapore announced that the 5-inch N1 Mini and 4.5-inch Neo 5 smartphones will be available for purchase at SingTel exclusive retailers, M1 exclusive distributors and authorized Oppo retailers from August 16.
Xiaomi just unveiled the 4G variant of the Redmi 1S. It will go on sale in China from August 16 at a retail price of 699 yuan (estimated S$141).
Xiaomi just unveiled the 4G variant of the Redmi Note. Besides the change of processor to Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, the Redmi Note 4G is lighter by 10g and loses the dual-SIM support.
Xiaomi's co-founder Bin Lin teased on his Facebook Page that a lighter and faster Redmi Note is coming later today. It is very likely to support 4G LTE connectivity.
Samsung Singapore today announced that the Galaxy Ace 4 LTE will be available for purchase from August 2 at a retail price of S$268 (without line contract and inclusive of GST). Hit the link to find out more about its specs.