Samsung Malaysia has officially announced the Galaxy A series for 2017. This is their new mid-range smartphone lineup with flagship features. For the first time, Samsung has also added IP68 dust and water resistance on its Galaxy A series.
With CES 2017 happening in a couple of days, ZTE is expected to announce a new smartphone under its Blade series. This would be their upcoming Blade V8 which replaces its current V7 series.
Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has announced that they have shipped over 10 million units of its P9/P9 Plus flagship. This marks a significant growth for them in the high-end smartphone segment.
French-based smartphone maker, Wiko, has just released the Ufeel Go that’s simply value for money. It has one of the biggest battery in its class and it is encased in a premium metal exterior.
Samsung will be announcing the Galaxy A (2017) series next week and Malaysia is among the first wave countries to get it. The Malaysian launch is happening on the 5th January and we now have more details on its pre-order promo. Read on for the full details.
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Samsung Malaysia is kicking off 2017 with the launch of its new Galaxy A series for 2017. This is the 3rd generation of its premium mid-range offering and it will be announced next Thursday on 5 January 2017.
The total recall of the Galaxy Note7 had left a gaping hole for those looking for a flagship smartphone with a stylus. The ageing Galaxy Note5 is the only option right now and Samsung is unlikely to announce a new Galaxy Note device until Q3 next year.
While the Galaxy S8 is expected to be released in the coming months, Galaxy Note users may have something extra to look forward to.
There are lots of fake news on our social feed these days. What’s more disturbing is they are ridiculously more popular due to its sensationalised headlines. Sadly, most people wouldn’t even bother to verify the news before hitting the share button. Mark Zuckerberg had mentioned that 99% of what you see on Facebook is authentic but he pledged to do more to tackle fake stories on their social network.
If you have friends who are in Bangkok yesterday, you probably would have gotten a notification through Facebook’s Safety Check feature, indicating that they are safe from an alleged explosion. It turns out there was no serious explosion in Bangkok at all.
This could be the first local smartphone launch in 2017. OPPO Malaysia sent out invites for the R9s launch that’s happening next week on 5th January 2017.