It is almost two years since Samsung had introduced a new flagship Android tablet. Despite the declining tablet market, Samsung is still persistent by announcing the Galaxy Tab S3 and its geared up for productivity in mind.
Huawei has unveiled the P10 and P10 Plus, their new flagship smartphone duo to kick off 2017. Replacing the previous P9, the new P10 series turns things up to 11 with a new sleek metal body, a higher resolution display, larger battery and perhaps most importantly an upgraded camera system called the Leica Dual Camera 2.0 Pro Edition.
Now is probably the best time to get a new iPhone 7 in Malaysia. If you’re thinking of getting one, you can forget about the base model as they are giving a significant discount for its bigger storage models.
Samsung has just introduced their brand new Exynos 9 processor which will be powering their upcoming Galaxy S8 flagships. While the Snapdragon 835 variant is likely to head for the US market, we are likely to get the Exynos version for Malaysia.
Samsung isn’t the only brand launching a huge phablet in Malaysia. Chinese smartphone maker OPPO has teased a new smartphone is coming our way and it’s going to be huge.
Samsung Pay is now accepting more credit cards in Malaysia ahead of its official launch that’s happening tomorrow. Initially available only for Maybank Visa credit, debit and prepaid cards, Samsung Pay supports more payment card options from CIMB, Citi and Standard Chartered.
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To add more value to its subscribers, TM had earlier introduced free iflix subscription to all UniFi and Streamyx (4Mbps & 8Mbps) customers for 12 months. The subscription gives you unlimited access to TV shows and Movies for 12 months worth RM96.
There are plenty of dual-camera smartphones in the market. However, LG has been doing things differently by offering a secondary lens dedicated for wide-angle shots. This was first introduced on the LG G5, followed by the LG V20. For their upcoming LG G6 flagship, the Korean smartphone maker will continue this trend but they are stepping things up with a better setup.