The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 has finally arrived in Malaysia. This is the successor of the original Mi Note and it’s currently their top of the line phablet with a dual-curved display.
UPDATE: The LG G6 officially goes on sale in Malaysia on the first week of May.
The LG G6 is one of the most interesting flagships to be announced at MWC 2017. It has a large 5.7″ QuadHD+ display in a 18:9 aspect ratio which gives it a small phone feel despite having a larger phablet sized display.
If you’ve been eyeing for this device, it looks like you won’t need to wait too long before it hits the Malaysian market officially.
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The Huawei P10 is finally getting more colour options in Malaysia. Initially launched with just Prestige Gold and Graphite Black, Huawei Malaysia is finally introducing its Pantone colour variants for the P10.
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.
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.
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.
Xiaomi is always known for making smartphones with the best specs at an unbeatable price. With the Mi 6, this trend continues and Xiaomi is taking a step further by attempting to make a phone that looks and feels more expensive.
Xiaomi clearly isn’t cutting any corners when it comes to raw specs. The Mi 6 runs on a 10nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and all variants will get 6GB of LPDDR4x RAM. But is it all good? Read on for our first impressions of Xiaomi’s new flagship smartphone for 2017.