The front of the Galaxy S8/S8+ is virtually all display and Samsung has replaced the traditional home button for an always-on virtual key. Even when the screen is off, the home button is always visible which you can press to wake/unlock.
On most displays, there’s always a problem of screen burn-in where you’ll get a visible ghost image or discolouration as a result of showing a static object for too long. To prevent its virtual home button from damaging its gorgeous Infinity Display, Samsung has implemented a tiny but functional feature which is rather interesting.
The Xiaomi Mi 6 is a compact flagship smartphone that packs incredible value, but it would probably take months before it arrives in Malaysia officially. If you can’t wait to get your hands on a new Xiaomi flagship device, it appears that Xiaomi will be offering the Mi Note 2 on our shores very soon.
Now is probably the best time to pick up an iPhone 6s Plus. Retailer SenHeng is now offering RM700 off its official retail price and you can get an iPhone 6s Plus 32GB at only RM2,499. That’s a discount about 22% off.
Xiaomi Malaysia is opening its first premium reseller store in Malaysia next week and this is the biggest physical store where you can purchase Mi products including its home ecosystem range. The Mi Premium Reseller store is located at Queensbay Mall, Penang and the grand opening is happening this coming Saturday on 29 April 2017.
Apple resellers have been actively pushing discounts back to back. After running a RM500 off promotion on the iPhone 7, reseller Switch has announced a new RM400 off promo for selected MacBook models.
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Barely two months since it was reintroduced in Malaysia, the iPhone 6 32GB for 2017 is now getting a price cut. Originally priced at RM1,999, the entry-level 4.7″ iPhone is now RM300 cheaper as announced by authorised resellers, Switch and Machines.
Xiaomi Malaysia has revealed that the upgraded Redmi Note 4 is officially here! But, the question on everyone’s mind will probably be — how much is it?
After some speculation on our part regarding the price of the high-spec Xiaomi Redmi Note 4, we finally have confirmation that our initial guesses were…wrong. The high-spec Redmi Note 4 is RM150 more than its lower spec’d sibling.
Chromebooks have always intrigued me. For what I do, a Chromebook seems like the perfect workhorse but the problem always was — Chromebooks were hard to find in Malaysia.
Well, not anymore because Acer Malaysia has just launched a slew of them plus two Chromeboxes.
The Xiaomi Redmi 4X was launched in February this year and is said to be big on battery. Well, it’s finally here in Malaysia to be put to the test.
Oh, and there’s also information on the Nokia 3310‘s local pricing too.