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5G is coming to Singapore in 2020, but your mobile experience could actually decline, Opensignal says
5G is coming to Singapore in 2020, but user mobile experience could actually stagnate or even worsen if telcos choose to focus on price competition instead of quality, Opensignal said.
No Google apps, but more than 200 people still queued up to get Huawei’s Mate 30 phones at the Singapore launch
The first person in line queued up 11 hours just to buy a phone for his wife.
StarHub's highest 4G peak speed was 1.6 times faster than Singtel's and a whopping 2.8 times faster than M1's.
After letting just 200 people in, Huawei is finally releasing more Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro units in Singapore
Only 500 people will get to buy a Huawei Mate 30 or Huawei Mate 30 Pro at the launch event at Somerset.
As there are limited 5G airwaves for islandwide reach, there will only be two nationwide networks in Singapore.
5G promises 20 times faster surfing speeds than what 4G networks offer and the ability to connect 1,000 times more devices.
M1 is working on a S$24 million testbed to improve road safety – and a 5G network for hot pot restaurant Haidilao customers
Customers at Haidilao's new Marina Square restaurant will get to play virtual and augmented reality games in a special "5G experience corner".
Three colours, from S$1,119 to S$1,469.
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After opening registrations for Mate 30 Pro, Huawei is slashing the price of its Mate 20 by almost 50%
The Mate 30 Series is the first to come with Huawei’s EMUI 10. The older Mate 20 still runs on Android.