“Vaping” has taken the nation by storm. Where you used to see people chilling on their motorbikes or at a mamak stall taking a puff of their cigarette, now you see them inhaling questionable liquid through an unregulated electronic device.
Why? Well, the argument was that vaping, or smoking an e-cigarette, was much healthier than a regular tobacco cigarette. In fact, the UK recently encouraged cigarette smokers to switch to e-cigs because it could “help them quit all tobacco use forever”.
The Honor 5C has just dropped over in China, and its looking pretty similar to the Huawei P9 Lite. However, while it might share quite a bit in common with the former device, its certainly not similarly priced.
The Huawei Mate 8 has barely been launched but a few months ago and there’s already rumours about its successor. If the rumours are true, the Mate 9 will be home to a dual-rear camera setup as well as Huawei’s own chipset.
The telco price war continues in the prepaid segment. Not wanting to be left out, Digi is also getting generous for its prepaid users by offering up to 50% more quota and unlimited off-peak usage between 1AM to 7AM.
I feel like a broken record when I say this, but the Galaxy S7 edge is without a shadow of a doubt one of the best smartphones you can buy in Malaysia now. Mostly because when it came to Samsung’s two new flagship devices, only one made its way onto our shores…until now.
But, why would you want to pick up the “little brother” Galaxy S7 smartphone instead of just going the extra mile for the bigger, more prestigious S7 edge? Well, now we’re going to tell you.
Samsung Malaysia now has an official flagship store on online e-Commerce site Lazada; and the site will not only be offering the full range of Samsung devices, but also special bundles available for purchase. Yes, that includes the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge.
For those looking for the cheaper Galaxy S7, Samsung Malaysia is finally bringing it in. The Galaxy S7 with a flat display is smaller at 5.1″, making it easier to hold in a single hand.