UPDATE: ASUS ZenFone MAX Plus pre-order is now available.
Joining the “FullView” bandwagon is ASUS with their new ZenFone Max Plus (M1). It features a 5.7″ display in an 18:9 aspect ratio. As a result, you get a wider display in a 5.2” smartphone body. In addition, it also packs a dual-camera with wide-angle capabilities and a larger battery for less than RM900.
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If you love a big honking screen in a small smartphone body but you don’t have much money, there’s good news because your options for budget 18:9 minimal bezel smartphones are about to get wider. Equipped with what people are now calling the “Full View” display, ASUS‘ upcoming ZenFone Max Plus will be launching locally really soon.
And the best part is that it’s going to be more affordable than a large majority of its competition.
As the year comes to a close, you already know what it’s time for — SALES. The first one to come up is the massive event that’s taking place on the 11th of November (tomorrow!), otherwise known as Single’s Day, and one of the biggest e-commerce participants is Lazada.
However, the problem with these big sales on big sites is, it can be easy to get overwhelmed by all the banners, products and methods to gain discounts. Add that to the fact that you will probably have to engage other shoppers in combat to get the best discounts for your favourite goods, this whole sale could be a huge cluster–mess.
There is good news because we’re here to help. Here are four quick tips that you can utilise to maximise discounts, improve ease of shopping and give you a head start tomorrow.
Nokia‘s big push towards regaining market share has to be done in the affordable segment of the market. They’ve proven that their high-end phones still need a lot of polishing before they can realistically compete with the rest of Android’s elite.
Nubia pulled an interesting rabbit out of their hat when the company announced their brand new flagship smartphone, the Nubia Z17. It had all the juicy specs plus a few cool tricks up its sleeve which made it rather exciting when the company said it would land in Malaysia this month.
Well, that day hasn’t come yet but the ZTE sub brand is bringing in another interesting new device. It’s called the Z17 mini and if you’ve read the headline, you know it packs quite a punch.
Chinese manufacturers usually have their hands in more than one market segment; their strategies have to appeal to a wide range of price-points for consumers in order to occupy a place in their minds. Indifferent, Xiaomi has always been affordable but have stepped up their game with their recent releases, though they haven’t forgotten their loyal customers – priced almost at a reasonable mid-range, Malaysians can now get their hands on the Redmi Note 2.
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Hardly a week has passed since OPPO made a global announcement of adding another smartphone to its entry-level segment and today, their Malaysian headquarters has released that the Neo 7 will be available from November the 3rd.
When a company strikes the right rhythm, it takes a while before it goes off beat; making its name in the Chinese market and even overtaking Xiaomi in market share, the Huawei name has recently started its global expansion. Among their successful launches, the latest would be the honor 7, in London and the Nexus 6P in a partnership with Google. Can they break the stigma associated with Chinese manufacturers? Backed by the Huawei Mate S, they just might.
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