Sony Mobile will be making its usual showing at MWC 2017. Apparently, they have sent invites for the event that’s happening on 27th February at Barcelona. With Sony having just one proper flagship for 2016, we expect them to continue the same trend again for this year.
Just recently Samsung Malaysia had introduced larger storage capacities of its current flagship offering – Galaxy S7 edge Black Pearl 128GB and the Galaxy Note5 64GB. If you’re looking to get one on contract, both devices are now available with Celcom FIRST postpaid plans.
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Have you ever wanted to Google something only to find out that you don’t have an internet connection? Then, in a huff, you keep your phone back in your pocket and forget all about what you wanted to Google in the first place.
Well, if that’s ever happened to you, the good news is that it’s not going to happen again because Google’s Search will now work offline.
This is it! We’ve got another brand new Xiaomi budget device to kick off 2017 and this is the most affordable smartphone the company has on sale in Malaysia today. Yep, it’s their new Redmi 4A and here’s how you can get your hands on one.
An interesting report surfaced on Reuters which claims that Samsung will likely pin the blame for their exploding Galaxy Note7 smartphones on the battery. The thing is, this is already something the company has done in the past — hence the recall — but that didn’t turn out so well for them when the replacement units themselves started catching fire too.
The vivo V5 Plus smartphone with its double selfie cameras is now available for pre-order in Malaysia. The official launch is happening on Friday but now we have the full pricing and hardware specifications. It’s pretty close to its cousin, the OPPO R9s.
Last week we saw some of the first smartphones to launch locally for the year 2017. They were upper mid-range devices from two of the top 5 smartphone manufacturers in the world and are designed to give you a flagship-like feel for below RM2,000. These devices are the Samsung Galaxy A (2017) and the OPPO R9s.
Despite the rather different marketing skews, these smartphones actually share quite a lot of specifications in common — chief of which are their selfie-centric 16-megapixel front-facing cameras and premium build. But which should you get if you wanted one?
Let’s see if we can help you decide.
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Last year Google introduced ride-sharing services into their Maps application as a form of transportation type alongside the car, public transport and walking. This year, the software giant is taking that implementation one step further.
HTC has just rolled out its new flagship of the year with their all new U series. After toying around with metal for its high-end design, the Taiwanese company is now turning to glass for their latest models.
3D glass on smartphones are becoming a common sight but HTC is taking a step further with its Liquid Surface Design. Instead of the usual dual-curved back appearance, the glass back of the U series curves 4-ways for a symmetrical look.
We saw at IFA 2016 that Neffos was going to try their hand at a more premium category of smartphone with their brand new X1 series smartphones. Now, they’re finally launching these devices in Malaysia. Here are the details.