Samsung has reportedly said that they plan to re-release the Galaxy Note7, the phone that hasn’t been all that nice to them. No, they’re not going to produce brand new sets. Instead, they intend to refurbish the devices that they have recalled from users.
Touch N Go is easily one of the most used cashless payment systems in the country. With its widespread adoption in toll booths, public transports and selected merchants, it’s really hard to escape using it. And it’s a convenient service…for the most part.
Now, the company has begun beta testing their brand new ‘cashless’ mobile payment system, Touch N Go Wallet. The only problem is that I don’t think they fully grasped what made TNG convenient in the first place. Why? Well, this new mobile system uses QR codes and PIN numbers instead of NFC.
WhatsApp has announced that there will be a change to its existing status feature. What kind of a change? Well, something along the lines of being able to post pictures or videos that vanish after 24 hours.
There are plenty of dual-camera smartphones in the market. However, LG has been doing things differently by offering a secondary lens dedicated for wide-angle shots. This was first introduced on the LG G5, followed by the LG V20. For their upcoming LG G6 flagship, the Korean smartphone maker will continue this trend but they are stepping things up with a better setup.
The next step in Xiaomi‘s development of their mobile and smartphone business will lie in its own mobile processors. Codenamed ‘Pinecone’, after Xiaomi’s subsidiary of the same name, the company has confirmed that the new chip will be announced in Beijing on the 28th of February 2017.
OPPO will be having a press event at the upcoming MWC 2017 in Barcelona. Instead of a brand new smartphone, OPPO will be introducing a new camera technology that promises to capture highly detailed images with their “5x” Project.
Since Grab is offering Zero Fares, Uber is now offering a special promo for cities outside the Klang Valley. From now until 5 March, they are giving RM100 worth of free rides around town.
If you’re planning to switch to Digi, they are now throwing extra deals if you sign up with them online. New Digi Postpaid 80 subscribers will get more data while Postpaid 110 will get extra rebates of RM120.