- News tagged "lte"
Wednesday, 23 Jul 2014
SingTel today announced that the Huawei E5786 MiFi - the first mobile broadband device globally to be compatible with LTE-Advanced networks - will be available for purchase tomorrow at its retail outlets and online shop.
LG Electronics just announced an upgraded version of the G3 smartphone in South Korea. Known as the G3 LTE-A, the device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core 2.5GHz processor with support for LTE CAT 6 speeds of up to 225Mbps.
Tuesday, 22 Jul 2014
The HTC One (E8) - a more affordable and plastic variant of the flagship One (M8) - will be available in Singapore from July 26. You can get the phone from all three telcos and selected retailers.
Thursday, 17 Jul 2014
Xiaomi's event on July 22 may see the introduction of two upgraded models - the Redmi and Redmi Note - with 4G LTE connectivity. Hit the link to find out more.
LG Electronics just announced the G3 Beat, a mid-tier variant of its flagship smartphone G3. It will launch in South Korea on July 18 and be rolled out to global markets in the following weeks.
Xiaomi's upcoming Mi 4 flagship smartphone is listed on an online retailer with a price tag and a full list of specs. As with any unofficial leaks and rumors, do take this with a pinch of salt as the information provided is unverified.
Wednesday, 16 Jul 2014
The Motorola Moto G with 4G LTE is available for purchase in Singapore from today at a retail price of S$348 without line contract and inclusive of GST.
Monday, 14 Jul 2014
StarHub has started charging new and re-contracting customers an additional S$2.14 per month since July 1st if they want the 4G Speed Boost. On the other hand, M1 has stated that it will waive the monthly subscription of its 4G VAS until December 31, 2014.
Wednesday, 2 Jul 2014
Samsung unveiled a smaller variant of its Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone. Known as the Galaxy S5 Mini, the 4.5-inch smartphone runs on a quad-core 1.4GHz processor, 1.5GB RAM and Android 4.4 KitKat.
Thursday, 26 Jun 2014
If things go according to plan, myRepublic may be the fourth local telecommunications company. The two-year old local broadband services provider intends to challenge the three incumbent telcos by bringing its disruptive energy to the fray. Read on to find out if it offers what the consumer wants.