The Moto Z is available in Charcoal Ash Style Shell or Washed Oak Style Shell and retails for S$899.
Galaxy Note7 customers who opt to exchange their device for a Galaxy S7 edge, valued at S$1,098, will receive an additional S$250 in cheque. Those who opt for a refund will receive the full retail value of the Galaxy Note7 at S$1,168 in cheque.
Both options are available to all Galaxy Note7 customers, regardless if they purchased their original device from telecommunication operators, consumer electronics stores, authorised retailers, Samsung Official Store at Lazada.sg or Samsung Experience Stores, and do not affect any pre-existing contract that the Galaxy Note7 owner has with the telecommunication operators.
Moto Is Back In Singapore
On 24th August 2016, Moto announced that their latest product portfolio of six devices has arrived in Singapore.
Unfortunately, I can’t find any product links for Singapore, so it links to either Motorola US or Motorola India site.
Android Pay is now available in Singapore and it is the first country outside of US and UK to have Android Pay! It is the first Asian country to have Android Pay as well.
Android Pay works with VISA and MasterCard issued by the following banks in Singapore: DBS, OCBC, POSB, Standard Chartered and UOB.
OnePlus 3 will be available in Singapore from 4th July 2016. It will be available exclusively online on Lazada Singapore from 4th July till 30th July 2016. The exclusive price is to be confirmed (TBC).
For retail stores and telcos, it will be available from 30th July 2016 at a recommended retail price (RRP) of S$699.
Leagoo is a brand that not many have heard of (including me). But you might have guessed it. Leagoo is a Chinese smartphone brand and it’s parent company is Shenzhen OTEDA Technology Co. Ltd.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 4G+ and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge 4G+ will be officially available in Singapore from Saturday, 12th March 2016.
In Singapore, both the S7 and S7 edge will come in only one size which is 32GB because it now comes with expandable memory slot via microSD (up to 200GB).
Do check out my post on Moto 360 (Second Generation) – Unboxing & Setup before reading this review.
I have been using the Moto 360 (Second Generation) instead of my Apple Watch for almost two weeks now. I do miss my Apple Watch just a little. Perhaps, the only little thing that I missed about from the Apple Watch is the ability to act on notifications.