We loved the Samsung Gear 360. It was the easiest — and one of the cheapest — ways to get your feet wet with 360-degree video and photos. Now we get to take a closer look at its successor and it looks….rather interesting.
If you’ve ever thought about picking up a brand new iPhone or moving to the iOS ecosystem, this may be the best time to do so as local authorised Apple retailer Switch is slashing RM250 off the base retail price for the iPhone SE.
OPPO has recently put more emphasis on its rear camera with the release of the R9s and R9s Plus. Its 16MP main camera uses a newer Sony IMX398 sensor and it focuses quicker thanks to its Dual PDAF technology.
Not wanting to leave its “Selfie Expert” title behind, the Chinese smartphone brand is about to release a new successor for its OPPO F1 series and it will come with dual front cameras.
At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) recently, Nokia had launched the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 as well as the nostalgic Nokia 3310. But there are new rumours that the Finnish company could likely release a flagship smartphone with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset as early as June.
One of the bigger smartphone innovations that have been rumoured to hit shelves this year is the foldable smartphone — this idea that you can have a small phone that folds out into a big one. It’s novel and its cool but, based on recent reports that Samsung has trademarked the name Galaxy X, it’s also imminent.
Or is it?
UPDATE: Huawei Malaysia has sent out P10 launch invites for 8 March.
The Huawei P10 could be heading to Malaysia as early as next week. This could be the fastest roll out yet from the Chinese smartphone maker in Malaysia.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 isn’t even launching until the end of March, but thanks to leakster Evan Blass (aka @evleaks), we have a list of what looks like the official specs for Samsung’s latest flagship — the S8+. Here are the details.
Since Grab is offering Zero Fares, Uber is now offering a special promo for cities outside the Klang Valley. From now until 5 March, they are giving RM100 worth of free rides around town.
Smartphone shipments in Malaysia had dropped by 5.9% in 2016 versus the previous year according to IDC Malaysia’s latest report. They reckon this was likely caused by negative economic factors which include our depreciating ringgit against the US dollar.
Despite the annual decline, smartphone shipments had picked up in the last quarter and the top 3 brands were still able to increase their respective market share.
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