For two months, we heard whispers of a new device that’s set to fill in the void of the unsuccessful HTC One M9 and the still unknown successor. We saw it first from @evleaks who replied to a tweet saying the HTC A9 (Aero) is to be out by Q4 of this year. Now we get to see fresh glimpses of the said device thanks to a leak in China.
Thanks to an Instagram image by Dennis Miloseski, a Samsung VP who is Head of Studio, Samsung Design America as well as the Head of Samsung Mobile UXCA division, we now know what Samsung’s first round smartwatch will look like on someone’s wrist.
Xiaomi wants to make this year’s Merdeka worth your while by providing a better e-commerce experience with MOLPay finally available to handle payments. That’s not all, as three special deals are available during the period that might interest potential buyers.
Samsung Malaysia has kept the hype high on its Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ that were revealed during their Unpacked event in New York by finally answering the “when” and “how much” question. Revamping the former and making the latter bigger but keeping the insides relatively the same; Samsung’s two updates will seek to cater to the market’s attraction towards bigger screened mobile phones.
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Earlier, we spoke about the purported Lumia models’ names – the Lumia 940 XL (aka Lumia 950 XL) and the Lumia 940 (aka Lumia 950), along with their spec sheet but today fresh murmurs have indicated that the 19th of October is the date of the grand Microsoft revealing – that’ll probably see the Surface Pro 4 also making an appearance.
The Mi 4i is supposed to be the flagship for the masses but it didn’t live up to our expectations. We liked the compact design, its full HD display and 13MP camera. However its performance leave a lot to be desired.
Now it appears that Xiaomi is trying to fix this with a newer model that’s expected to be called the Mi 4c. As shown above in its TEENA certification, the Mi 4c is identical to the Mi 4i but it runs on a higher-spec Snapdragon 808 Hexa-Core processor.
The Mi 4i is only sold internationally outside of China and it was jokingly called “Mi 4 India” during its launch. Perhaps the Mi 4c could stand for Mi 4 China. If the TEENA certification isn’t convincing enough, the Mi 4c has also dropped by Geekbench and Antutu benchmarks, revealing some of its specs and some pre-release performance figures.
Discovering the best local fare Malaysia has to offer is usually a daunting task that’s met with disagreements about this rojak being better or this yong taufu not tasting as good as another. Uber has sought to deliver us to these hidden gems serving authentic local favourites reminiscence of your mother’s cooking during this Merdeka weekend.
With the new Passport Silver Edition out of the way, the next device to come out from BlackBerry would be their new Slider device. Dubbed as the “Venice” it offers a double edge display with a slide out QWERTY keyboard like its former Blackberry Torch.
Following @evleaks’s initial leak on the new slider, he has come back with another render, this time with its full QWERTY keyboard exposed. For the BlackBerry purist, you’ll appreciate that it retains the same 4 row keys instead of the Passport’s compact 3 row layout.
Setting the bar for the 58th National Day, Lazada, foodpanda, ZALORA, Uber and HappyFresh have decided to come together to offer over 20,000 online deals. Happening from the 26th of August up till 1st of September 2015, the Unitysale promises to slash service and product prices up to 94%.
Inching closer to Q4, we’re sure to get more juicy details about the new Nexuses. Said to come from two manufacturers LG and Huawei in two sizes – a 5.2-inch phone and a 5.7-inch phablet, respectively. An alleged image of LG’s Nexus offering has made its rounds showing how the phone looks like from the back.