Technological accessibility is something we take for granted. Most of us are blessed with the tools that we rely on to connect ourselves with the world. An idealistic view would be equal opportunity for everyone in the world.
Who knows the unlocked potential and opportunities of these individuals that stand outside these privileged circles.
The Android One program wants to realise a dream that people all over the world will have access to a smartphone and this is the highest specced smartphone yet to come out of the program. This is the GM Plus 5 and with it, people are going to be ready to take on the technological world.
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The Samsung dominos are falling and that’s a good thing. One the hue of the smaller flagship duo receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow, users of the Galaxy Note5 are reportedly getting an OTA (over the air) update for Android 6.0.1.
Currently taking place in our Asian neighbours Cambodia, the update with the build number N920CXXU2BPB6 is available through Samsung’s Smart Switch and through a manual look through the firmware settings.
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HTC are a falling company and it isn’t hard to see why. Disappointing flagships paired with high price tags go a long way in getting people to shy away from them. In an attempt to bounce back, HTC pulled back the covers of their new midrange smartphone, the One A9.
While the One A9’s specs are nothing to shout about, there are some reasons why you would want to get your hands on this shiny new device. Since it just got its official launch here in Malaysia, we thought we’d take a look at what some of those reasons are.
Evleaks has begun crying wolf on the upcoming HTC flagship and you may not be happy to hear some of it. Releasing the information on VentureBeat, it seems like HTC wants to make up for its lackluster devices of late and the One M10 (codename Perfume) could give it a shot.
Their tip comes from someone who apparently spent time with a prototype of the device – we recommend everyone take it with of a heap of salt.
More good news for the local midrange phone market as honor are planning to “unleash” two of their much-awaited midrange smartphones, the honor 5X and honor 7 Enhanced in Malaysia next week!
Android has slowly commanded a market share of 82.8% (IDC figures) in its 7 years of existence. While numbers don’t lie, it’s been a strenuous journey for the operating software; coming to life thanks to a team of four visionaries.
The Nexus name came shortly after, allowing devs and those passionate about the cleanest, bloat-free system that they could tinker away with, within their coding laboratories. Notable house-hold OEMs have had their hand in the growing appreciation that is, a Vanilla flavoured Android OS; a list that include two Korean manufacturers (LG and Samsung), one Taiwanese (HTC), one American (Motorola) and the rookie to the bunch, the Chinese-based Huawei with their Nexus 6P.
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Reports have begun to trickle in that Samsung have started to roll out Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates for a selected device in Europe. No, it’s not the Galaxy Note5 or any of the Galaxy S6 variants. Oddly enough, it looks like they’ve begun rolling out Marshmallow updates to their old Note device, the Galaxy Note 4.
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Huawei made a doozy after accidentally posting the pricing details of the Nexus 6P, on our local vmall website. Now invitations have gone out setting the date for the Google x Huawei collaborative device and by the looks of it, some gift boxes might include them just in time for Christmas.
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With renders already out and about since yesterday, it was no surprise to us that Huawei decided to officially release their biggest and most powerful phablet. The Mate 8 will be another aluminium unibody device that has come from the Chinese manufacturer but it’ll carry the newly released processor from their subsidiary Kirin, promised to blow away any of the current SoCs out there.
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.