Hmm. Downgrading Android versions — especially via an over-the-air (OTA) update — isn’t something you see every day. However, this time, Nexus 6 users on Android 7.1.1 Nougat are beginning to receive OTA software updates from Google which would downgrade the smartphone to Android 7.0 Nougat.
And that’s not even the worst part.
Infinix Mobile dips its toes into the Malaysian smartphone market by launching three new smartphones here — the Hot 4 Pro, the Zero 4 and Zero 4 Plus. These phones seem to span most of the market, covering the entry level segment all the way to the upper mid range.
As expected, the OnePlus 3T is finally available officially in Malaysia. These are official Malaysian units (International A3003 model) that are distributed by Brightstar Malaysia and it comes with a full 1-year local warranty.
The Huawei P10‘s Leica Dual Camera 2.0 has been pretty hyped up when it comes to image quality. It’s got two different sensors that work together plus a pair of lenses that have been co-engineered with Leica. While it looks exactly the same on paper as last year’s Mate 9, it appears that in practice — as DxOMark discovers — it’s a lot better.
The Redmi Note 4 is now available for pre-order from Mi Malaysia’s official online store. If gold isn’t your colour of choice, here’s your chance to secure yourself the matte black version of the Redmi Note 4.
OPPO has recently put more emphasis on its rear camera with the release of the R9s and R9s Plus. Its 16MP main camera uses a newer Sony IMX398 sensor and it focuses quicker thanks to its Dual PDAF technology.
Not wanting to leave its “Selfie Expert” title behind, the Chinese smartphone brand is about to release a new successor for its OPPO F1 series and it will come with dual front cameras.
Huawei’s Mate 9 made an enormous splash when it was announced in Munich last year. The handset was a stunning combination of brilliant hardware with incredible software built on top of the Android platform. Here are 5 awesome features of the Huawei Mate 9.
The upcoming Galaxy S8 will be getting bigger displays than its phablet Note series. The Galaxy S8 and S8+ are expected to come with 5.8″ and 6.2″ Super AMOLED displays respectively, making them the biggest Galaxy S series yet.
Similar to the LG G6 that was announced recently, the new Samsung flagships will be going for a taller proportion with an 18:9 display aspect ratio. Combine that with a reduced bezel design, it’s now possible to have a larger screen without having to feel like a mammoth phablet in your hands.
Furthermore, Samsung will continue to use dual curved displays which would also reduce the overall width. So how do they stack up against the rest? We now have a better visual comparison thanks to serial leakster @onleaks.
The Huawei Mate 9 Pro is a powerful new phablet that embodies high-performance and craftsmanship. The front gets a remarkable 5.5 inch dual-curved Quad HD display and a silky smooth brushed metal back for a polished feel.
If you’re looking for the best deal in town, Celcom is offering the highest-spec Huawei Mate 9 Pro from as low as RM2,188.