It’s that time of the year again. Although a whole host of new smartphones have been launched, a lot of the conversation is about the smartphones at the top end of the market. “What about those on a tight budget?”, you must be wondering, “Do tech sites even care about those of us who can’t spend a month’s salary on a device?”, you’re probably thinking.
Well, we care. So, here are some of the best phones you can get for under RM1,200.
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After introducing WiFi Calling, U Mobile has finally rolled out VoLTE which delivers higher definition voice call. This is available to all subscribers on both U Mobile postpaid and prepaid.
Samsung has often maintained the top spot when it comes to global smartphone shipments, except for that one time in Q4 2016 during its Note7 fiasco. However, if you’re wondering which specific model is the best seller, you’ll get a rather different answer.
As an added service for its customers, Celcom had rolled out a WiFi hotspot service called WiFiPlus at selected locations nationwide. Unfortunately, this service will be coming to an end as Celcom will be discontinuing its WiFiPlus offering on 16 May 2017.