samsung galaxy note 2


The festive season is fast approaching and if you’re planning to get a gift for someone or planning to pamper yourself, we have a piece of good news for you.
We have 1 Set of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for sale and if you [or you know of anyone] whom wants to buy a brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 2, do drop us an email at melvin.ocs@gmail.com

[Image from Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Website]

Anyways, I believe the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 needs no further introduction. Since its debut in October, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has gained quite a lot of attention and similarly like the Apple iPhone 5, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was sold out at every mobile phone shop during its launch.

Just for formality sake, here’s the specifications and details of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 that we’re selling:

Brand: Samsung
Model: Galaxy Note 2
Colour: Marble White
Condition: 10/10 [Brand New, Sealed in Box Complete with Accessories & Warranty]
No. of Set Available: 1
Price: SGD$950 [Retail is selling at SGD$998]
Mode of Payment: Cash On Delivery
Memory: 16GB User Memory + 2GB RAM [can expand using microSD up to 64GB]
Processor: 1.6 GHz Quad-Core Processor
Operating System: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
Camera: 8 Megapixel Auto Focus Camera with LED Flash

What We Like About The Samsung Galaxy Note 2:

1). The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has a large screen and therefore, makes watching videos, surfing the Internet, or playing games an even better experience.

2). The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is extremely suitable for taking down notes and ideas. In fact, there are a variety of functions that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 can perform and make life much easier for you.

3). The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 can hook up to the 4G LTE Network and that means, faster video streaming and faster Internet surfing for your viewing pleasure.

Having said so much about the Samsung Galaxy Note 2; if you’re interested, do kindly drop us an email at melvin.ocs@gmail.com and we will respond to you as soon as we receive your email. Also, do act fast as we only have one set of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for sale.

Another item that we’re selling is a MOMO Design Watch [Jet Chrono Series]; if you do have the time, do check it out via the following link:


Have a blessed Sunday ahead and God bless!

Hello Everyone,
yesterday was the day where Singaporeans whom have pre-ordered the iPhone 5 can finally lay their hands on one. Within the first 24 hours of its launch, two million iPhones have been ordered and the 3 telcos in Singapore have all since announced that the iPhone 5 were out of stock. Even Apple Premium Resellers like Nubox, Istudio, EpiCentre, and Juzz1 had reported that the iPhone 5 were completely sold out at all of their store locations.

I’m really wondering to myself; why is it that other mobile phone brands aren’t able to achieve the likes of Apple; considering the fact that every mobile phone brand has its own unique selling propositions? Personally, I have tried phones belonging to Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Blackberry, LG, Samsung, HTC, and Apple; and I found that each of these mobile phone brands have their own unique pros and cons.

Now, let us sit down and consider for a moment, the current top three operating systems for smartphones are Windows by Microsoft, iOS by Apple, and Android by Google. All 3 operating system have its own pros and cons and out of these 3 operating systems, there is no way we can say which is the better one out of the 3!

Hence, I really feel that consumers ought to really consider why they are bent on getting an iPhone. Is it because of the hype? Is it because of the phone design and features? Or is it because of peer pressure? Or worst still, is it because of our Singaporean “kiasu” [also known as “scared lose”] attitude? Whatever the reason may be, I hope that consumers will understand that all these anticipation are all due to the marketing tactics that Apple employ. Remember how hyped people were during the iPhone4S launch last year where Siri was like the best feature a smartphone could ever have on earth? Now, let me ask an honest question, “How many of us whom owns the iPhone4S actually uses Siri everyday or even frequently?” You don’t even have to tell me the answer because I probably can guess it.

The Over-Hyped iPhone4S Siri.

The Over-Hyped Iphone 5?

Well, for those of you who queued up but did not get the iPhone 5, fret not because it is not the end of the world yet and there will definitely be stocks coming in. Its not as if the iPhone 5 is a limited edition phone and even if you do get the phone yesterday, what could you do with it other than showing it off and sharing photos of you with it on your Facebook Wall? As what Mr. Brown said on Twitter, you do realise that after you get the phone, you still need to visit the Telco to change your SIM card to a Nano SIM card right? I’m sorry if this seems offensive but I’m not being a party-spoiler here because I do hope that we as consumers can be rational in our purchasing decisions and not indulge in impulsive buying behaviour. With that being said, I feel sorry for those of you whom queued up and waited really long at the stores of various Apple Premium Resellers only to find out that they were carrying only 20 sets of the iPhone 5. This is actually a similar marketing tactic that McDonald employs too; remember the Hello Kitty craze in 2000?

Long Lines of Queue for the iPhone 5?

Remember the McDonald’s Hello Kitty Craze in 2000?

Anyways, on a separate note, if you were to ask me what are the upcoming mobile phones that I am looking out for, it would be the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the Nokia Lumia 920. If I ever do get the chance to do a product review on it, I would gladly love to.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2

The Nokia Lumia 920

Meanwhile, have a great weekend ahead and stay tuned to more updates from us!

God bless!