Chinese smartphone brand Vivo has just arrived in Singapore with two midrange phones – the V7+ with a 24MP selfie shooter, and the entry level Y65. Although the brand is popular in India & the Philippines, can its latest phones stand up to the competition in the crowded Singapore market?
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is coming up very soon and lots of brands are pushing their special Star Wars branded products onto the market. We’ve got stormtrooper vacuum robots by Samsung, Jedi shavers by Philips, and tons of other goodies – but the coolest thing this Star Wars season is Lenovo’s Star Wars: Jedi Challenges Mirage AR Headset and their Yoga 920 Special Edition Laptops!
You’ve heard about it and it’s true – the Google Pixel 2 XL is arriving in Singapore very soon – 15 November to be exact. And yes, I have one for review. I’ve been getting a whole bunch of questions from friends, family; even strangers on the street about this Xtra-Large wonder – so i’ve decided to consolidate all that into a little Q&A for everyone to read. Here’s my thoughts.
Move aside iPhone(RED), Sony and Samsung are adding new color finishes to their flagship phones which look super vibrant, unique and posh! The Sony Xperia XZ Premium is coming in Rosso Red, Samsung Galaxy S8 in Rose Pink, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in Deepsea Blue.
Ever wanted to switch telcos, but feel a little held back because of the commitment and contracts? Circles.Life is going all out to ease switching over through it’s one-of-a-kind “try-before-you-buy” free mobile plan called Circles.Switch, which starts from today and ends on 31 December 2017. Yes, it’s a free mobile plan with 20GB of data a month. No hidden costs, no delivery charges, no registration fees or SIM card costs. It sounds absolutely ridiculous and a deal out of a conman’s book, but it is official. So what’s the catch?
If you live in Singapore, you’ve definitely heard of Huawei – Chinese company renowned for doing networking infrastructure worldwide which became famous in the little red dot by bringing in non-camera phones our army boys could bring into camp. Over the past five years, Huawei surprised consumers and competitors alike by upping their game and creating really, really good looking premium phones. On Monday, they’ll be unveiling their latest phone in Munich; but this time round, they’re going to power it with a processor that uses ground-breaking technology – a new chip called a Neural Processing Unit which Huawei promises fantastic AI performance on a phone. What’s so good about it?