Samsung Galaxy Note 2 fans in Singapore – Sign Up Now for an Exclusive Event!
Samsung has announced over Facebook for an exclusive launch event – Samsung Galaxy Note II Preview in Singapore. The Event is on 18th October from 7pm to 830pm. There’s going to be games and a chance to win a brand-new GALAXY Note II LTE. The registration window closes on Oct 15, 2pm. Winners will be chosen at the sole discretion of Samsung Mobile Singapore and will be contacted via email no later than Oct 15, 2012.
Samsung GALAXY Note II LTE Fans Exclusive Preview
If you are interested, do fill up the following web form
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5. Tell us why you should be invited in 50 words or less:
Interested to find out more about the Galaxy Note 2?
We did up a comparison of the specifications of the Galaxy Note 2 vs the Galaxy Note. Also, Samsung has released a Note 2 user digest or manual on Google Play. Download it here. It’s free interactive “User’s Digest” to learn how to enjoy smart all the amazing features in the Samsung GALAXY Note II.
Pre-order links with Singtel / M1 / Starhub
FREE limited edition accessory pack (worth $202) and a chance to win a pair of SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR III in SINGAPORE concert tickets (worth $336)! T&Cs apply!
Those intending to buy the Galaxy Note 2 LTE without contract can do so at the Samsung Experience Stores. Register with them for pre-orders. Do call them prior to going down, understand that Vivocity and Causeway Point Samsung stores are accepting orders but limited quantity.
Accessories for a new Samsung Galaxy Note 2
If you have done the order for your phone, how about getting some accessories for your phone as well? Simple jelly-type cases are available from DX.com at $US2.80. Beyond the case, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 allows for HDMI output over the Micro USB port (MHL). You would need a converter and third party converters are much cheaper as well – at approximately US$10.60. Take your shows that you watched on the Note 2 while on the go and output it to the big screen when you are back at home.