According to reports from Singapore, by the end of 2022, more than half of Singapore’s area will have 5G mobile network coverage. The network speed …
The Minister of Communications and Information in Singapore, Yi Huaren, announced this week that the country will invest $40 million Singapore dollars (∼$30 million) to …
The flagship Huawei P8 will be making an appearance in the South Pacific Region in June.
On the 29th of October, Oppo will unveil the Oppo N3 in Singapore in what appears to be the companies first international launch.
The camera-centric OPPO N3 is all set to launch in Singapore on the 29th next month!
Xiaomi announced on their Facebook page for Singapore that the company sold a massive 5,000 units of the Redmi Note in under a minute earlier today.
As previously reported Oppo have release mini versions of the Oppo N1 and Find 7 and launched them in Singapore.
Huawei have released their range of affordable phones and phablets from the Honor, Ascend and Mediapad ranges in Singapore.
Only a few hours back, Xiaomi posted on their Facebook page that one lot of the company’s cheapest smartphone, the Redmi was sold out in Singapore in under 10 minutes.
Starting in just a few hours, at noon Singapore time on March 7th, Xiaomi will begin selling its flagship Mi3 phone to Singapore customers.
As promised at the launch of the Elife E7, Gionee are expanding in to new markets across Asia. Today was the turn of Vietnam which saw the launch of the flagship smartphone.
Xiaomi Singapore are feeling mighty proud of themselves today after successfully selling out of Xiaomi Redmi phones in just 8 minutes.
At the same event where Xiaomi announced it would launch the Xiaomi Mi3 in Singapore, Hugo Barra spoke about the company’s plans for international expansion going so far as telling us which countries will be next.
Early this morning Xiaomi announced that it would launch the Xiaomi Mi3 in Singapore at S$419 ($332).
More Xiaomi news this time in the form of a possible Taiwan launch for the Snapdragon 800 version of the Xiaomi Mi3 smartphone.
Xiaomi are making their first tentative steps out of China with the official launch of the Xiaomi Redmi in Singapore on Feb 21st.
Xiaomi’s popular Hongmi phone has been given an official English name. The 799 Yuan phone will know be known as the Xiaomi Redmi.
Q3 is when Meizu will be pushing their way head first in to the U.S phone market and latest details claim that the launch will be accompanied by not 1 but a possible 3 Meizu MX4 models.
Xiaomi is full of beans after a highly successful year. The rising Chinese maker reported 18.7 million smartphone sales for 2013!
Xiaomi have started the first phase of becoming a global player by setting up shop in Singapore and officially launching a Xiaomi Singapore Facebook Page.