Whenever a new smartphone is launched, it is always tempting to upgrade. After all, the elements in the P20 Pro has been taken up a notch with the P30 Pro. The Huawei P20 Pro was named the “Best Smartphone of the Year” by EISA in 2018. But, will the Huawei P30 Pro live up to its predecessor?
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is selling out fast not only in Singapore, but other parts of Southeast Asia. Compared to its predecessor – the Galaxy S9, this smartphone is more well-received thanks to its exciting new design.
Samsung celebrated their 10 year anniversary just last February. In conjunction with the celebration, the Korean tech behemoth did not just release 1, but a total of 3 brand new smartphones – Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e. In this article, we’ll be taking a look at the S10 and whether if it’s worth upgrading from your S9.
Huawei has risen to the top as one of the best smartphone brands, not only in Asia but the rest of the world. With its competitors releasing brand new phones in October, the Chinese brand doesn’t fall behind thanks to their brand new flagship - the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. Recently unveiled to the public last October 16, the Mate 20 Pro may just be one of the best phones of 2018. If you’ve been dying for an upgrade, this might just be the phone you’re looking for.
Just last week, Google unveiled their brand new flagship in New York - the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. These new phones will be available in the United States from October 18 but it’s not going to arrive in Singapore until November 1 along with the UK and Australia. Thankfully, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are available for pre-order on Google Play Store Singapore as well as in local telcos Singtel and Starhub. Available in Just Black, Clearly White, and Not Pink colors, below is a quick guide for Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL price in Singapore.
Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL is set to be released on October 18, 2018 in the US. The Google Pixel 3 is priced around S$1,249 for 64GB and S$1,399 for 128GB. As for the Google Pixel 3 XL, it starts from S$1,399 for 64GB and S$1,549 for 128GB. One of the main highlights of this phone is its advanced AI for taking photos, a new AI assistant, unlimited storage, and a new AI-program called “Duplex” for phone-based tasks, higher display resolution and a whole lot more.
Huawei and Samsung are two of the most popular brands in Singapore right now. First, there’s the favorite - Samsung, with their latest model from the Note series, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. As with previous releases, the Note 9 launch caused a lot of buzz, calling the phone “the best phone money can buy” and a “real flagship” model. It features a 12MP+12MP dual-lens camera, 8GB/6GB RAM, 4,000mAh battery capacity, Samsung Pay™, a multifunctional stylus, IP68 waterproof rating, and a whole lot more.
Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, Lionel Messi and Christiano Ronaldo, and now Apple and Samsung… we have been treated to many epic battles throughout history. With the recent release of the iPhone XS Max, Apple looks to cement its position as the best smartphone manufacturer at this day and age. However, the iPhone XS Max faces stiff competition from Samsung’s very own Galaxy Note 9 for the smartphone throne. To see which device will come out tops, let’s proceed to see what both phones bring to the table.
Leading the market, Samsung releases brand new flagship phones almost every year and their best one yet is the Samsung Note 8. It has face ID, edge-to-edge bezel-free screen, powerful octa-core processors, and 12+12MP dual cameras. It is a brilliant Android phone at a reasonable price point.
Back in the days, the average phone size was only 3.5-inch or smaller. These days, people do love their phones big as many want the benefits of a tablet without having to purchase one. Other than the obvious reason of making everything bigger, larger phones equal to better battery life. With that said, it will only be natural if we compare these plus-sized phones: Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus and Apple iPhone 8 Plus. We'll be comparing the display and design, performance, and camera of these two big phones and see how they stack up against each other.
The world’s largest exhibition in the mobile industry just wrapped up and many tech fans have witnessed big players like Samsung, LG, Sony, Huawei and many more launch their latest products. We’ve rounded up some of the top smartphones that were launched during the event.
In this day and age, it is hard to imagine life without mobile devices. We will feel so out of place like something is amiss if we do not have our smartphones or laptops with us constantly. This is why many brands are competing to manufacture gadgets that suit our lifestyle and personality. These brands are incorporating cutting-edge technologies and innovations to create products that make our life easier than ever.
Lenovo makes some of the best-selling computers in the world. It is the number 1 PC seller in several countries globally. The ThinkPad Notebook has won several awards for its performance, durability and design and is used by several government-owned and private entities such as NASA, the US Military and US Air Force. Known for being manufactured under strict military specs and its spill-proof keyboard, this is one of the top-selling PCs globally.