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The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is now available in Alpine White colour.
Launched in August 2018, the Galaxy Note9 is also available in Lavender Purple, Ocean Blue, Metallic Copper and Midnight Black.
The new Alpine White edition features a luxurious white hue coated in restrained glass, giving it an elegant and sophisticated feel. With its contemporary finish, the new Galaxy Note9 colour option is the ideal companion for users looking to express their style and personality through their mobile devices. The Galaxy Note9 128GB in Alpine White is now available in Singapore and retails at S$1,398.
Getting a new Sound Bar this holiday season? TC Acoustic just launched a new service called Sonos-On-Demand, a unique online service that offers music lovers and their families a 15 day free trial of the new smart speaker Sonos Beam (RRP S$699).
Simply place a refundable deposit of S$99 for the Sonos Beam at Lazada with the option of completing or cancelling the purchase fifteen days from the date of delivery. Those who wish to complete the purchase following the trial period will receive a $50 discount. The service is available for a limited time only, from 19 November 2018 to 18 December 2018 on Lazada.
OPPO Singapore just launched their brand new concept 3.0flagship store at Suntec City Mall. Singapore is the first country outside China to launch this store that focuses on the customer, creating an interactive experience for them.
The store features a “humanistic design concept” emphasizing on being people-oriented and experience-driven. Key features of the OPPO 3.0 flagship store includes large LED touchscreen table to browse through OPPO products and infomation.
The store also features an in-built photobooth. Leveraging on the OPPO phone’s camera, customers have the opportunity to snap and upload images of themselves onto an LED wall and download to post these photos on their social media platforms as well.
There is also a miniature diorama of Singapore’s landscape in a 3D model with an OPPO phone capturing images on a track running through the city.
The OPPO Singapore 3.0 flagship store is located in Suntec City at Tower 3, #01-627-630 and is open from Monday-Sunday 11am-9pm.
Razer recently announced that it is partnering with the NETS Group to launch Razer Pay in Singapore by first quarter of 2019.
Razer and NETS are working to enable Razer Pay acceptance on NETS unified POS terminals, with the goal of enabling full interoperability by the time Razer Pay launches in Singapore in Q1 2019.
The NETS network currently includes 40,000 Unified POS terminals and 55,000 QR acceptance points.
In addition to NETS, brands such as Reebonz, Sistic, SP Group, and WTS Travel are also working with Razer to integrate its e-payment capabilities into their systems. For example, Razer is working with SP Group to integrate payment directly within the Razer Pay app – no scanning of QR code necessary. In this way, users can experience unprecedented convenience and ease of payment for their utility bills. Similarly, customers will also be able to pay Sistic when buying tickets.
Razer Pay users in Singapore will also enjoy gaming and digital entertainment offerings, such as Steam Wallet codes, Blizzard balance PINs, and Sony PlayStation PINs.
In other news, Razer Pay inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Singapore-based digital security firm V-Key Pte Ltd to foster strategic collaboration over digital identity and e-payments. Under the agreement, V-Key will look into providing leading technology to support and facilitate the highest standards of authentication and security for Razer Pay, and across the entire Razer ecosystem at large.
Razer also announced that it is collaborating with UOB’s fintech accelerator the FinLab to develop a proof-of-concept (POC) to test cross-border remittance using blockchain technology. The blockchain-based POC aims to improve operational efficiency by increasing the transparency and speed of cross-border remittances.
In celebration of Mickey Mouse’s 90th Anniversary, Beats by Dre is launching the Mickey Mouse edition of the Solo3 Wireless Headphones. The headphones come with a felt case inspired by the materials from Mickey Mouse ear hats and include a 90th-anniversary enamel pin.
The cool-grey, on-ear wireless headphone features an all-over design resurrecting Mickey Mouse’s iconic pose worn by music legends throughout the eras. And since this is a Solo3 Wireless Headphone, it comes with the Apple W1 chip that provides easy one-step Bluetooth connection and ability to toggle seamlessly between iCloud-registered devices. You’ll also get 3 hours playback after just 5 minutes of charging.
The Mickey Mouse Solo3 headphones come with grey colour, and it is now available at Takashimaya and SprintCass stores at Changi Airport at $449.