Well, look what we have here. Ahead of Sony’s announcement this coming Monday, we get to see 2 new Xperia devices in its full glory with the Xperia C5 Ultra and a compact Xperia M5. For those longing for a large phablet from Sony, the Xperia C5 Ultra features a huge 6″ display but it is slightly bigger than most 5.5″ smart phone thanks to its ultra-thin bezels.
Meanwhile the Xperia M5 looks like a budget and compact version of the Xperia Z3+ but it features a newer 21MP Sony IMX230 camera sensor. This is the same 21MP shooter that’s found on the Honor 7 and the recently announced Moto X.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will be launched in less than 2 weeks from now. With all the leaks we’ve seen lately, there’s probably very little surprises left to anticipate when the device is officially revealed.
Now serial leakster @evleaks has dropped a couple of new updates including a press render of the Galaxy Note 5 and the S6 edge+ as shown above. This reaffirms the earlier leaked photos that have been circulating in the past few weeks.
There’s a possibility that the OnePlus 2 might come to Malaysia ahead of its South East Asia Q4 scheduled release. Following its official announcement a few days ago, the purported 2016 Flagship Killer has just passed our Malaysian SIRIM certification with the model number A2003, similar to Singapore. Like the current OnePlus One, the new “2” will be distributed by Brightstar, and Maxis could be the exclusive telco as it was teased by them recently.
Jabra has launched a new sports headset in Malaysia and it is one that will help you get fit. The Jabra Sport Coach is a wireless headset that comes with intelligent audio coaching (hence the name) that will help you sort out your routine and workouts, with special focus on those interested in cross training.
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Your smart phone experience is only as good as the connection it’s on. No doubt most telcos these days offer 4G connectivity but did you know that not all networks are built the same? To enjoy seamless YouTube, gaming, web surfing and music streaming, you’ll need a network that’s both fast and consistent throughout the day.
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The much anticipated smartwatch – Samsung Gear A (Orbis) has been somewhat a more traditional approach in the round watch-face segment, pleasing the more conservative market that strays away from the rectangular faces that Samsung has already released.
It has been confirmed that the Gear A will utilise a crown-shaped power button and a bezel ring that rotates for on-screen navigation. The news surfaces from Samsung’s Tizen Developer Summit 2015 held in Bangalore, India. Surely the bezel ring addition will be more than welcomed as often times, watches’ small displays don’t play well with larger human extremities when using touch-screen navigation.
After announcing the Galaxy A8 in Malaysia, Samsung has introduced 2 new sub-RM1,000 smart phones – the Galaxy J5 and Galaxy J7. Priced at RM799 and RM999 respectively, the Galaxy J5 and J7 is probably the first Samsung smart phones to come fitted with a front facing flash for better illuminated selfies.
Running on the launch of the PC version, mobile users still are left with no news on when they’ll be getting their version. Though, there is no on the record word about the rolling out date of Windows 10 Mobile, anyone who is interested to know about which Lumia smartphones will be first to get the Windows 10 upgrade.
Sony will be launching a new smart phone on 3rd August and it looks like it is another photography centric device. This is likely to be its new Xperia C5 Ultra, which was formerly known with the codename Lavender.
Being a Xperia C series, the smart phone is bound to show off its PROselfie features but this time, the main focus is on the main camera itself. As shown in its official teaser above, it offers to the capability of high speed captures.
Many have been stuck staring idly waiting for the prompt to upgrade their operating systems, as if one was watching paint dry. But not many know there is actually a way to bypass all that jazz and get Windows 10 without waiting, with the exception of downloading and installing it of course.