Xiaomi Malaysia has announced the Redmi 5A which is now their most affordable budget smartphone. This replaces the Redmi 4A and it comes with low price tag of just RM399. As a comparison, the previous Redmi 4A was announced at RM449.
In an effort to speed up the process of going cashless, Bank Negara Malaysia has made some changes to the service fees for Instant Transfer transactions for individuals and small-medium enterprises (SMEs).
One of Sony Mobile‘s biggest criticisms is of their apparent lack of desire to redesign their handsets — recycling the same old look over and over again. Well, it’s that and the fact that, up until recently, Sony’s handsets have been awful value for money.
For 2018, it looks like Sony could be fixing at least one of those problems.
For those who need more voice calls than data, Digi has just introduced its new Postpaid 58 plan that comes with unlimited calls and 10GB of data at RM58/month. This is basically their Digi Postpaid 50 plan that’s upgraded from 100 minutes to unlimited calls for an extra RM8/month.
As we bid farewell to 2017, Apple has released a list of popular apps for South East Asia. On top of that, they have also named their top apps of the entire year.
If you’re looking for the best deal for the iPhone X in Malaysia, we got some good news for you. Last week, some retailers have started offering the iPhone X for less than RM5,000 and now you can get one with further discounts as much as RM400 off. This is the lowest price yet for the latest iPhone.
Xiaomi has officially announced its new Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus smartphones which offer a big screen experience at an affordable price. Featuring a tall 18:9 display aspect ratio, the screen takes up a larger viewing area while it maintains a compact footprint compared to a typical 16:9 display. What’s interesting is that the Redmi 5 series is very affordable with a starting price of just 799CNY (about RM493).
Yesterday, Qualcomm had officially introduced its latest mobile platform, the Snapdragon 845. This will be powering the next generation of flagship smartphones and even 2-in-1 convertibles starting next year.
UPDATE:: Xiaomi Redmi 5 series is now official.
Maxis has always been considered the most premium telco in Malaysia. While they have upgraded their postpaid plans in the past, other players in the market are getting more competitive by offering more data with some offering unlimited quota for less.
After almost a year since their last revamp, Maxis is finally giving its MaxisONE plans a well deserved update. On top of that, they have also removed a barrier which now enables you to fully utilise your monthly quota freely.