After doing a fine job with the HTC 10, the Taiwanese smartphone maker is now working on a new mid-range smartphone. This would be the HTC Desire 10 and it comes in two flavours – the Desire 10 Pro and the Desire 10 Lifestyle.
UPDATE: Samsung Malaysia has issued a similar statement. More details below.
Last week, Samsung had issued a recall notice to all existing Galaxy Note7 users in the interest of customer safety. Now they have just issued another one to emphasise the importance of replacing the Galaxy Note7 immediately.
Looking for an affordable smartphone that’s big on power? The latest ZenFone 3 Max is now on sale in Malaysia.
The Huawei P9 now comes in a dash of pink with the release of its Rose Gold Edition. It will be offered as a limited edition device with only 999 units for the Malaysian market.
Last Friday, Samsung had announced a global recall for its Galaxy Note7 due to safety concerns with its battery. Unfortunately, for one guy in the US, he didn’t get the memo and his Galaxy Note7 had allegedly exploded while left charging in his Jeep Grand Cherokee.
It’s mad. It’s completely nuts. It’s absolutely incredible.
You’ve probably heard of Sony‘s brand new smartphones by now — the Sony Xperia XZ and Xperia X Compact. One feels a little bit unnecessary in a world with the Xperia X Performance, while the other is an enticing revitalisation of what Sony has always been good at, but with a small catch. However, with these two smartphones, you do get the distinct impression that Sony wants you to focus one a single aspect — their cameras.
iPhone 7 is finally official and this marks their 10th generation since its debut in 2007. The iPhone 7 and its larger iPhone 7 Plus are not radically different from its predecessors but it does come with several firsts for Apple.
The honor 8 is finally here in Malaysia and it is their most premium smartphone yet. The previous honor smartphones were known for offering top specs for far less money. For its latest flagship, honor doesn’t want to be just another cheap alternative. Instead, it wants to be a desirable choice for its premium design and build quality.
About two weeks ago, Xiaomi had launched its new Redmi Note 4. The popular affordable phablet series now gets an updated premium design with a more powerful deca-core Helio X20 processor. While it will take a while before it arrives officially to our local market, a couple of grey importers are already offering import sets in Malaysia from as low as RM699.