Xiaomi’s Mi 5 has captured the hearts and wallets of people around the globe with its incredible value and aesthetically pleasing looks. It was the underdog flagship that wanted to land a knockout punch on the giants in the smartphone industry.
Now, though, the public eye has shifted towards what device Xiaomi supposedly has planned for launch in the August of 2016 — the Mi 5s.
The intentional disruption of internet has been condemned by the United Nations as a violation of human rights following a non-binding resolution passed by the UN’s Humans Rights Council recently. Although this kind of resolution can’t be enforced, it lends credence to the actions of digital rights activists around the world and puts pressure on governments.
We just passed Q2 of 2016 and throughout the year, there have been a bunch of new smartphones making an appearance. These devices range from the high-end flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, to more affordable handsets like the brand new honor 5C. But, for someone who is looking to spend the bare minimum amount on a handset, you might find that your choices are limited.
Many tech websites, us included, are guilty of almost ignoring the cheap and cheerful smartphones in the market. Sure, when they launch we take a look at them, be like “oh they’re OK” and then move on. That makes it really hard for someone who is on a tight budget to make the right decision when purchasing a budget handset.
The thing is, as we’ve discovered after some pretty extensive testing, there are actually some really good cap ayam smartphones here in the market.
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Rumour has it that Google will be producing their own smartphone and it will supposedly come out sometime this year. This new smartphone won’t be part of the Nexus line but will instead feature Google’s own branding and probably the search engine giant’s own hardware as well.
This is good news for the Android platform because, for the first time, Google will be fully involved in creating a smartphone from scratch that’s designed to fulfil the company’s vision of what an Android smartphone is supposed to be.
In other words, Google is tired of everyone else getting it wrong. But, before you pop the champagne in celebration, here are three things you might want to keep in mind.
As we enter the second half of 2016, the next big thing would be the new Galaxy Note series. Just like last year, the new model will be announced ahead of IFA and it should hit shelves before the next iPhone is revealed.
So what’s new for the next productivity phablet? Here’s what we know so far from the recent leaks.
Looks like the postpaid war is far from over. Ahead of Yes 4G‘s official roll out on 30 June, U Mobile appears to be upping the ante with an even more generous postpaid data offering.
If you’re looking for a new way to travel to and from Johor Bahru and Singapore, GrabHitch may be the way to go. The carpooling service offered by popular ride-hailing platform Grab will soon be allowing people to use it and share a ride across the border between Singapore and JB.
The festive season is upon us and as a result, companies, brands and even telcos will begin to offer great Hari Raya promotions which we’re sure many are ready to capitalise on. This Raya, Maxis is offering free smartphones for anyone who picks up a new MaxisONE Plan this month.
And it’s not just any old phone, they’re even putting the brand new Huawei P9 up for grabs!
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High-speed roaming data can be quite costly and rather limited depending on your mobile operator and roaming plan. This makes it a pain to bring your SIM with you when you travel.
What if we told you that you could win free roaming data up to 100GB that is valid in 100 different countries? Meet Flexiroam X.
DirectD is putting the Huawei P9 Plus up for pre-orders now and if you’re among the earliest to place an order, DirectD will be throwing in a whole host of free gifts which includes a brand new Huawei smartphone.