When it was launched in Malaysia, it was the most expensive Xiaomi device yet at RM2,499. Although it had great specs with a generous 128GB of storage, not many are willing to fork out that much money on a Xiaomi phablet.
For its successor, Xiaomi is making the Mi Note 3 a “Plus” alternative to the current Mi 6 while maintaining the same price tag. On top of that, they have also added something extra to pit it against the selfie kings like OPPO and vivo.
UPDATE: UberEATS has gone live in Kuala Lumpur.
First, they provided rides on demand. Next, Uber is going to deliver food straight to your doorstep right here in Malaysia. Get ready folks, it looks like UberEATS is launching very soon in the Klang Valley.
Xiaomi surprised the world a year ago when it first unveiled its bezel-less concept smartphone, the Mi MIX. For 2017, more smartphone makers are following this trend as seen on the current Galaxy S8, Essential Phone, LG V30 and the vivo V7+.
To step up its game, Xiaomi has unveiled its latest successor that comes with its Full Screen 2.0 display.
Apart from ride-sharing services such as Grab and Uber, Malaysia is now seeing more bicycle sharing services around the Klang Valley. These are great short distance commuting alternatives where you can rent a bike for a mere RM1 for 15 minutes via a mobile app. Unfortunately, the local city council of Petaling Jaya has begun seizing such bikes around their city areas.
Fresh from IFA 2017, Sony Mobile appears to be bringing its latest Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact into Malaysia very soon. These are their latest flagship smartphones that run on a top of the line Snapdragon 835 processor and both are running on the very latest Android 8.0 Oreo.
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Announced earlier this year, Sony Mobile’s budget Xperia L1 is finally available in Malaysia. With consumers getting spoiled for choice under RM1,200, Sony Mobile thinks it may have a chance with its distinctive Xperia design.