Huzzah! iflix finally has its own standalone TV app so you have access to all of iflix’s content without the need to plug in a Chromecast anymore. There is a catch, though.
HTC, famous for its premium built phones had made a drastic move this year with its U series. Ditching its metal build for glass is a huge gamble and the original U series didn’t really live up to expectations. That’s mainly due to its high pricing and underwhelming hardware for 2017.
Perhaps, the timing wasn’t right and HTC aims to make a comeback by releasing the U11 in conjunction with their 20th anniversary. According to HTC, the U11 is their real flagship successor of the HTC 10 while continuing its current glass approach of the U series. To stand out from the crowd, they have also introduced a new “squeezable” interaction feature.
What do you do when you’re the best in the world at something? Well, if you’re HTC, apparently, you stop doing it because, with the company’s brand new HTC U11 smartphone, it looks like the Taiwanese tech giant is putting the final nail in the coffin for their metal-bodied flagship devices.
Thankfully, the other stuff on the HTC U11 looks pretty good.
Early this year, I got the chance to geek out at Samsung’s impressive lineup of consumer electronics but by far the most stunning things on display were their QLED TVs. Well, if you’ve been eyeing them since then, there’s good news: Samsung Malaysia just launched an entire lineup of QLED TVs.
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Malaysian telcos are getting very generous when it comes to mobile data and it’s now a norm to get 20GB to 60GB these days. However, if you take a closer look at the fine print, these postpaid plans often come with strings attached like separate data quota for weekday and weekend, and having to pay extra to combine your unutilised weekend data. Why should you let your telco dictate what you can and can’t do with your smartphone?
Although these plans have more than enough data for most people but deep down you’ll know you won’t be fully satisfied unless it is truly unlimited. Some telcos had introduced postpaid plans with “unlimited” offerings but they can be quite expensive.
U Mobile, the disruptive telco that’s known for incredible value for money has up the ante with a brand new unlimited plan. For those who want true unlimited data without costing a bomb, U Mobile wants to fulfil your needs with its new Unlimited HERO Postpaid P78.