Official distributor Brightstar Malaysia has announced that the OnePlus 5 will be finally hitting our shores on Saturday, 8 July onwards. This is the fastest release yet and Malaysians can get the OnePlus 5 in less than 3 weeks after its global announcement.
The OnePlus 5 is officially coming to Malaysia and now you can secure your unit before it goes on sale next week. Not only it comes with official warranty, it is also significantly cheaper than the import sets that were offered earlier.
UPDATE: OnePlus 5 official Malaysian sets are now available for pre-order.
That was fast! After the OnePlus 5 was announced a few days ago, official distributor Brightstar has announced that the new OnePlus 5 is coming to Malaysia very soon. This is probably the fastest roll out of a OnePlus product in Malaysia so far.
The BlackBerry KEYone was open for pre-order in Malaysia since last month. If you’re planning to get one, authorised distributor Brightstar has finally confirmed its availability and you can pick one up before the Raya holidays.
UPDATE: OnePlus 3 is now open for pre-orders on Lazada Malaysia.
The OnePlus 3 is finally hitting Malaysia and you can get one outright without contract or invitation codes. Announced last month, the OnePlus 3 is looking like a flagship killer that’s back with a vengeance.
UPDATE: OnePlus 3 is officially priced at RM1,888 in Malaysia.
UPDATE: The Nexus 5X is now available in Malaysia.
If you’re looking for the latest Moto X, it is definitely heading to Malaysia soon. The Moto X Play with the model number XT1562 has just passed our local SIRIM certification under distributor Brightstar.
The Nexus 6 with its high-spec hardware and pure Android Lollipop experience is coming to Malaysia very soon. Its international variant with the model number XT1100 just passed SIRIM certification, which means it is going on sale very soon. The Nexus 6 which was announced with Android 5.0 Lollipop is the biggest Nexus smart phone yet.
It jumps into the large phablet category with a 5.96″ Quad HD (2560×1440) AMOLED display. Underneath the hood, it runs on Qualcomm’s 2.7GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 805 processor with 3GB of RAM, that’s also powering the Galaxy Note Edge. For storage, there are 2 versions – 32GB and 64GB, and most probably we would be getting the smaller 32GB option. If you need more storage, the Nexus 6 unfortunately lacks a microSD expansion slot.