When Huawei introduced their first Watch, it was one of the best looking smartwatches of 2015. It had a classic round face design with a premium looking stainless steel case. The original Huawei Watch also had one of the largest screens with a full-circle 1.4” AMOLED display without Moto 360‘s ugly “flat tyre”.
If you’re currently using the first Huawei Watch, the new 2nd generation model might not be the successor you’re looking for. Instead of a classy and elegant looking design, Huawei had went with a fitness approach. As a result, the Huawei Watch 2 gets a chunkier looking case bundled with a rugged rubber strap.
If you missed out on Huawei’s 30% off promo on its Nova Lite, not to worry. Huawei is extending the discounted offer for the upcoming Merdeka day celebration.
Oh ho, probably one of the most highly anticipated budget flagship phablet smartphones to launch in Malaysia has finally arrived in our office. This is the honor 8 Pro and when it comes to a bang for your buck phablet experience under RM2,000, it’s kind of hard think of something that outperforms it.
Here’s a closer look at what you get when you drop cash on honor’s brand new flagship.
As if it wasn’t clear enough that Huawei’s all about fitness with their wearables, the Chinese company has unveiled yet another pair of fitness-centric smart wearables and they’re designed to take on Fitbit’s Charge 2. Meet the Huawei Band 2 and Band 2 Pro.
OPPO and vivo have dominated the selfie smartphone segment with its high-resolution 16MP and 20MP front shooters. Not wanting to be left behind, Huawei had recently introduced its new Nova 2 series that comes with a 20MP front camera.
This Huawei’s first attempt at making a serious selfie-centric device and it’s coming to Malaysia very soon.
Everyone loves a bargain especially when you can find a phone that offers more for less. Unfortunately, due to our unfavourable foreign exchange rates, there aren’t much bargain flagship smartphones these days. The rather recent OnePlus 3T/5 and Xiaomi Mi Note 2 are priced well above the RM2,000 mark and if you’re looking for anything cheaper, you would have to settle for a mid-range alternative.
Now, that’s no longer the case with the arrival of the honor 8 Pro. It has top notch specs, higher resolution 2K display and a larger battery that could put its more expensive rivals to shame. Read on for our first impressions of this new RM1,999 flagship contender.
Phablet lovers rejoice, the honor 8 Pro is now on sale in Malaysia. This may be the most affordable flagship phablet yet because it comes with a set of killer specs yet is priced below RM2,000. Here are the details.
The Redmi Note 4 is the undisputed best value for money smartphone you can get for less than RM1,000. It’s always the phone that people compare to each time a new mid-range smartphone is launched in Malaysia.
If you’re looking for another alternative, the Huawei Nova Plus that was announced last year is getting a massive price cut. It has similar specs as the Redmi Note 4 and it comes with a better camera.
The honor 8 Pro is launching next week but you can pre-order your unit online. As revealed earlier, the new flagship phablet device is priced at RM1,999 and you can have it delivered for free with additional freebies through 11street.