Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is really pretty but it’s also an incredibly fragile phone. I mean, when something is pretty much all glass, it’s kind of hard to not be fragile. That’s why Samsung usually releases a more rugged and durable “Active” version of their flagship smartphone for their more exuberant clientele.
This year, it’s probably going to be the Galaxy S8 Active and this is our first look at what the phone will look like.
If you’re thinking of getting one from a telco, this is probably the least appealing of them all.
Huzzah! iflix finally has its own standalone TV app so you have access to all of iflix’s content without the need to plug in a Chromecast anymore. There is a catch, though.
Early this year, I got the chance to geek out at Samsung’s impressive lineup of consumer electronics but by far the most stunning things on display were their QLED TVs. Well, if you’ve been eyeing them since then, there’s good news: Samsung Malaysia just launched an entire lineup of QLED TVs.
It’s that time of the year again. Although a whole host of new smartphones have been launched, a lot of the conversation is about the smartphones at the top end of the market. “What about those on a tight budget?”, you must be wondering, “Do tech sites even care about those of us who can’t spend a month’s salary on a device?”, you’re probably thinking.
Well, we care. So, here are some of the best phones you can get for under RM1,200.
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Samsung has often maintained the top spot when it comes to global smartphone shipments, except for that one time in Q4 2016 during its Note7 fiasco. However, if you’re wondering which specific model is the best seller, you’ll get a rather different answer.
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The Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ are the hottest smartphones in the market right now. Its incredible Infinity Display is not only gorgeous to look at but it makes cinematic content a whole lot better with its 18.5:9 display aspect ratio.
What’s amazing is that Samsung has managed to increase the size of the display up to 5.8” on the Galaxy S8 and 6.2” on the Galaxy S8+ while keeping the phone small in the hands.
Today is the day that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ — which is our current favourite flagship smartphone — officially goes on sale in Malaysia. For those who missed out on the pre-order and are curious about what pre-order customers get, we’ve got you covered.
The Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ are officially on sale in Malaysia today and Digi is throwing another round of promotion from now until 7th May 2017. If you’ve missed the earlier pre-order from Digi, they are now giving RM527 worth of freebies.
Right after the official Malaysian launch of the Galaxy S8, Celcom has announced an easy instalment program for the latest flagship smartphone. The Galaxy S8 retails for RM3,299 (inclusive of 6% GST) but you can get it from as low as RM145/month on Celcom EasyPhone.
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