Expecting a huge margin of their sales to come from individuals wanting to start their fitness journey in line with the New Year resolutions, Fitbit has sought out to add something special to its existing products. Since the company based out of San Francisco hasn’t released anything of late, this update could be the next best thing; adding 3 great features to revitalise the Fitbit Charge HR and Surge.
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News that Korean electronics giant cancelled their much anticipated smartwatch, the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE, after just six days on the market shocked everyone. To make matters worse, LG had only offered a vague explanation as to why the device was taken off the shelves late last week.
This week, LG have finally decided to open up a little more and reveals that the device was pulled because of an issue with its display.
Samsung has come a long way since its first smart watch, the Galaxy Gear. Dropping its tech gadget looks for a more stylish appearance, the Gear S2 is their first model that comes with a round face.
In the past, Gear smart watches seemed to be a technological showcase of what Samsung can do on a tiny form factor. They’ve experimented many things from cameras, infrared blaster, heart rate sensor and even the ability to make phone calls over 3G. More recently they had flaunted their flexible curved screen capabilities on the Gear Fit and Gear S.
Making its way to Chinese markets since June, Gionee has finally released its energiser bunny smartphone to markets outside its domestic boundaries (India only, for now). Featuring twin batteries of the same capacity – 3,010 mAh, it also supports reverse through charging, so if your friend or family member is in a fix, just use the Marathon M5 to give their devices a quick charge up.
Earlier, we reported that Google was finally offering offline navigation for the Google Maps app on Android devices. This was to eliminate what Google called “screenshot jujitsu” and help the app better compete with other navigation applications like Here Maps as well as standalone navigation systems. Although the roll-out had officially begun, offline support for many parts of the world, including Malaysia, was still missing.
Finally, after much anticipation, the application supports offline navigation within our home soil.
Apart from the metal clad Redmi Note 3, Xiaomi has also released its latest flagship tablet – the Mi Pad 2. Offering the same compact 7.9″ size, the new tablet gets an all metal body which is a huge leap over the plasticky predecessor.
Compared to the previous version, the new Mi Pad 2 is 18% thinner at 6.95mm (Mi Pad: 8.5mm) and it is 11% lighter at 322g (Mi Pad: 360g). The Mi Pad 2 is also narrower and shorter as well, thanks to its reduced bezel design.
Blowing away competition during Single’s Day is no easy feat. Especially when consumers in China are so spoiled for choice when it comes to mobile electronics. Xiaomi lead the pack during the momentous day, raking in a cool RM 856 million but was that enough reason for them to release the Redmi Note 3 so early? Well they did it anyway, and for the first time it features an all-metal design, biometric security and a huge battery.
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Hitting the tech scene during MWC 2015 back in March, it’s taken awhile for the Huawei Watch to finally arrive on our shores. As they often say, better late than never. This late arrival isn’t unprecedented since the same smartwatch had issues launching in China but that was mainly due to Android Wear compatibility and Google services restrictions in the country.
Officially launching their download and watch offline feature across all of their markets, iflix hopes to keep their 6-month streak going. It’s been a quick half a year for the company since being the first Internet TV service to pop up in the Southeast Asian market. Unique to the brand, they’re the only subscription based service to natively offer downloadable content – nope, even Netflix doesn’t do it.
UPDATE: Huawei Malaysia issues a statement on the Nexus 6P price reveal. Details after the break.
Huawei is expected the launch the Nexus 6P in Malaysia sometime next month. If you can’t stomach the imported Nexus 6P price of RM2,899, it is recommended to wait for the official units that come with local Malaysian warranty.
Now it looks like we finally get a glimpse of its pricing through a slip up made on vmall.my.