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Nokia 8 officially launches in Singapore at S$769 http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/tech-news-nokia-8-officially-launches-singapore-s769 The Nokia 8 will officially begin retail in Singapore at S$769, starting on 14th October 2017. Color variants are Polished Blue, Tempered Blue, and Steel. Here’s HMD Global’s official stance on the Nokia 8’s competitive sticker price in Singapore: “We understand consumers enjoy the experience of a pure Android smartphone and with the Nokia 8 at under SGD 800, we are offering more consumers that experience and the full features and capabilities of our Nokia flagship smartphone.” – James Rutherfoord, VP at HMD Global, APAC. Here’s a quick recap on the phone. It comes with a flagship-tier processor – Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 – and the latest stock Android operating system, Android 8.0 OS (Oreo). HMD Global is partnering Zeiss optics for the dual-rear cameras on the Nokia 8; the lens-making firm provides consultation and quality testing. The primary rear camera shoots in regular RGB format, while its secondary rear shooter snaps in monochrome - similar to Huawei's flagship phones. Besides its unique “Bothfie” livestreaming feature where it simultaneously engages both front and rear cameras, the phone also packs Nokia’s 360-degree audio software, OZO Audio.
anyone has lobang to dispose of old handphones that are not in working condition? i've got a e71 and a htc tytn II.
WhyMobile Telecommunications WhyMobile's mission is to create an honest and exciting way to shop for electronic gadgets in the comfort of your own home. Our Business Established since 2004, WhyMobile Pte Ltd (formerly WhyMobile Telecommunications (Singapore) LLP) is an IDA licensed retailer of new and used mobile phones in Singapore. It started in late 2003 when four mobile phone enthusiasts got together after being scammed at neighborhood retail stores. They were usually being quoted unbelievably low prices only to find that the phones sold to them had items removed, or were to be further subjected to sales taxes (GST). After having found out from IRAS that all GST registered traders are to display their GST registration number in tax invoices and quote GST-inclusive prices upfront, they were frustrated and decided to create an honest business of their own. By Q1 2004, WhyMobile's first website was launched. Subsequently in Q2 2004, we opened our first physical retail outlet in a small push cart outside Plaza Singapura to serve as a convenient collection point for our customers. After several months of bustling business, a facelift was given to the website in Q3 2004. By Q2 2005, we were asked to leave the kiosk at Plaza Singapura as they were to be demolished and rebuilt into an event space. We then moved to our current location in Far East Plaza and are here to stay. Our easy-to-navigate virtual store, no gimmicks policy, extremely competitive prices, wide range of products, door-to-door delivery and excellent customer service is our winning strategy that has captured the hearts of our customers all over the world. Pricing Policy WhyMobile believes in creating value through competitive pricing. Stores generally mark up their prices by a substantial amount to buffer for charges incurred by electronic payments. In order to keep our costs low, we do not buffer these charges and transfer them only to those who opt to use electronic payment methods. Trade-In & Buy-Back Prices Buy back is a scheme for customers to sell brand new phones to us for cash , especially if they do not need the phone after a recontract. If the phone was purchased from a telco , the original telco receipt is required. Prices are based on phones in sealed condition with an undated warranty card . $10 - $20 will be deducted for unsealed set . $10 will also be deducted if warranty card is dated . *Prices are subjected to change at any time during the day . Trade-in values are only approximate valuations . The actual value of your trade-in will depend on it’s physical condition , original accessories ( including memory cards ) , remaining manufacturer’s warranty ( if any ) and original packaging . So do not throw them away ! To obtain an accurate quote for your phone , please bring the entire set to our store for a trade-in analysis . *Prices are subjected to change at any time during the day . We do not accept damaged or defective devices . No Refund / Exchange Policy While WhyMobile will do our best to ensure that your purchases are free from defects , we would like our customers to note that we DO NOT have any refund or 7-days exchange policy . We will only exchange new products dead on arrival ( DOA ) at our store . Once it has left the store , we cannot honour any refunds or exchanges . We highly recommend that our customers test their phones thoroughly before leaving the store . This includes making a call , sending an SMS , taking a photo and clicking all buttons . Faults identified after purchase should be brought to the respective manufacturers for warranty claims ( where applicable ) . Operating Hours Mondays to Saturdays : 1pm to 9pm Sundays / Public Holidays : 1pm to 8pm Open on most Public Holidays except for Chinese New Year Address: 14 Scotts Road, #03-126, Far East Plaza, Singapore 228213 Phone: 67336881 Webiste: www.whymobile.com Note : We do not maintain much inventory in our store . Customers are advised to call our store for stock availability before visiting our store to avoid disappointment .
Read this at CNA news : Ex-M1 staff who "stole phones" ordered to pay S$2.06m Singapore - The High Court has granted telco M1 a default judgment against a former employee who allegedly took 3,092 phones and enjoyed the high life with the profits made from selling them. In a closed-door hearing last week, the Court also ordered Matthew Yeo Kay Keng, 35, to pay S$2.06 million in damages to M1. The High Court's decision comes after he had failed to enter his defence by January 14 to contest M1's claims in its civil suit. Yeo, who sold M1 handsets and phone subscriptions to corporate clients, had allegedly been cooking up fake sales orders over three years. He would then collect handsets and sell them off for his personal profit. On November 15, the day he returned from a S$10,000 Japan holiday, he confessed to taking the handsets after M1 discovered the discrepancies. Sworn statements by M1 chief financial officer Lee Kok Chew said Yeo admitted to taking the phones. Yeo had also disclosed his spending spree. He bought a S$230,000 Porsche sports car in August, before upgrading to another S$430,000 model two months later. Yeo also bought a S$50,000 Patek Philippe watch and four Audemars Piguet watches that cost between S$15,000 and S$30,000 each. He has apparently said he would sell his watches, car, a S$200,000 stingray and S$160,000 worth of arowanas to compensate M1. He claimed the items were worth around S$1.6 million. In his statement to M1, Yeo said he took the phones because of "materialism" and his "weakness for cars and watches". He added: "I have used this dishonest and wrongful method to get more handsets lately to get more money and provide better for the family." - CNA/ir Another classic of dreamer trying to own 'Sport' cars ........