To make up for lost ground, the upcoming Galaxy S8 series is gonna be huge. Not just in terms of scale but in display size.
Valentine Day’s is almost upon us. It’s a time of love and the celebration of love and nothing can spell the name of your loved one quite like laser engravings. It’s also the time of incredibly overpriced merchandise designed to capitalise on this annual declaration of love.
Fastest, strongest and widest network. You’ve probably heard the same marketing slogans from telcos but which is truly the most reliable in Malaysia?
To ensure that our telcos are up to mark, MCMC had conducted an extensive network performance exercise throughout 2016. Read on to find out which telco is the best for data and voice call quality.
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With Samsung out of the running for MWC 2017, at least when it comes to smartphones, LG looks to take all the spotlight as their flagship G6 should get its unveiling at the world’s largest mobile show. But that also means the G6 takes centre stage when it comes to leaks and its latest one reveals that the new handset may come in more than one body type.
Oh dear. It looks like one of Xiaomi’s upcoming handsets may have just been leaked. No, it’s not the successor to the Mi 5, instead it looks like the alleged successor to Xiaomi’s affordable flagship Redmi Pro.
In the push towards ‘5G’ mobile internet speeds, Australian telco Telstra has launched the world’s first Gigabit LTE network. With the help of this tiny but powerful gadget from Netgear, Telstra is offering their customers download speeds of up to 1,000Mbps.
One THOUSAND Megabits per second.
We saw, in an extensive leak a few days ago, that Samsung might be playing it safe with the battery capacities on their upcoming Galaxy S8 smartphones. That makes sense, but a recent report surfaced which claims that Samsung’s new flagship devices may instead have bigger cells than their predecessors.
It would seem that 2017 will be the year of the bezel-less smartphone. As the biggest mobile event of the year, MWC 2017, draws closer, leaks from the likes of LG reveal that the company’s upcoming G6 flagship smartphone will severely cut down on screen bezels. Now, a new report from The Guardian hints at the fact that Samsung will debut their own version of a bezel-less display.
The Guardian are calling it an ‘infinity’ display and apparently it’s bezels are so thin, Samsung couldn’t even put their logo in front.