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.
Unfortunately, not all banks are on the list. For the initial roll out only credit cards from these five banks are supported: POSB, DBS Bank, OCBC Bank, United Overseas Bank (UOB) and Standard Chartered Bank (SCB).
In 2016, Samsung Pay will start global expansion beginning with China in March, followed by Australia, Brazil, Singapore, Spain and the U.K. later in the year. Additionally, Canada will be added to the new launch roadmap. Samsung Pay is currently available on select Galaxy devices including S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, Note5 as well as premium and mid-range options such as the 2016 models of both Galaxy A5 and A7.
During Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2016, the co-founder and CEO of Netflix, Reed Hastings, announces the launch of Netflix in almost every country in the world except China.
I have been a Netflix subscriber for almost a year (since April 2015) and I have been waiting for this day. Using a VPN to watch Netflix is slightly slower and cumbersome. You also have to block Google DNS if you want to cast it on your Google Chromecast. Getting the Netflix app is also a problem since it is only available in those market that Netflix is in.
The second generation Moto 360 is now available in Singapore at selected Newstead, Challenger, Best Denki, Courts and Lenovo exclusive stores.
In the U.S. Moto 360 store, you can customize the Moto 360 where you can choose your own style, bezel, case, band and watch face. However, in Singapore only three predefined variations will be available: