The HTC U Ultra had recently gotten a significant price cut from RM2,599 to RM1,999. For those who are hoping for an even lower price, you can get one today at the price of a new mid-range smartphone.
With 2017 coming to an end, most smartphone manufacturers are busy with their upcoming flagships for the first half of 2018. Chinese smartphone maker, Huawei, is expected to release a new model to replace its current P10 series and there’s a possibility that it might not be called the P11.
Following the launch of the OPPO F5 series last month, OPPO Malaysia has finally introduced its premium F5 6GB variant that comes with more RAM and storage. To add more bling, they are also bundling a limited edition gift box for early bird pre-order customers.
Qualcomm has just announced its new top of the line Snapdragon 845 processor which will be powering next year’s flagship smartphones. This would succeed the Snapdragon 835 processor that’s currently found on current flagships from Samsung, Sony, HTC, LG, OnePlus and more.
In their pursuit of connecting the “next billion”, Google’s focusing more heavily on entry-level devices. And when I say entry-level I’m talking about super-entry level devices. That’s where Android Oreo (Go edition) comes in. It’s a version of Google’s operating system that’s designed to run on cheap Android smartphones.
Most of us know Samsung usually makes two big flagship smartphone launches every year. But, if you’re someone who follows this company closely, you’ll know that there is a third Android flagship and it comes in a very unconventional form-factor. Unconventional in the modern smartphone era, at least.
It’s a flip phone and this year it’s called the W2018. Usually, these flip phones basically condense the high-end specs of their Galaxy flagships into this smaller flip-phone form-factor. This time though, things are a little different because the W2018 has something no other Galaxy smartphone has.
Want to get a OnePlus 5T with official Malaysian warranty? Authorised distributor Brightstar has finally released a teaser that the new OnePlus flagship is coming to Malaysia very soon.
For many, YouTube has become the source of video entertainment because of how convenient it is to use on-the-go and the wealth of content that gets uploaded to it. However, watching those videos require a lot of data. If you’re someone who’s broke af and can only afford the most basic mobile data plans, your YouTube watching ability becomes severely limited.
This is where YouTube Go comes in with the goal of alleviating some of these data consumption concerns.
UPDATE:: Xiaomi Redmi 5 series is now official.