Xiaomi is back at it again and this time the company has revealed a pair of affordable Redmi Note devices which will likely serve as a primer for their upcoming Redmi Note 5 devices. These new phones are called the Redmi Note 5A and Redmi Note 5A Prime, and prices start at just under RM450.
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.
Xiaomi is doing what they do best yet again and has launched a brand new mid-range smartphone, called the Mi 5X, that’s honing in on two big features — its camera and the desire to be trendy. Well, that and a killer price tag.
If all you want from a smartphone is to have it last a long time on a single charge, then ASUS’ ZenFone Max series of devices was the device for you. This year, though, the Taiwanese company has given the new ZenFone 4 Max dual rear cameras.
The budget Galaxy J series is Samsung’s most popular smartphone line up and they have just announced a new model with the Galaxy J5 Pro. Unlike the previous Galaxy J series, the new model for 2017 looks more premium with a metal unibody design and has U-shaped antenna bands at the rear.
Huawei Malaysia has just announced the arrival of the Y7 Prime, a budget smartphone which could go head to head with the Nokia 6. It has a 5.5″ display and a large 4,000mAh battery that is rated to last a full day on a single charge.
UPDATE: OnePlus 5 units with official Brightstar Malaysia warranty are coming soon.
Just one day after the OnePlus 5 was launched internationally, you can already place your pre-orders for this brand new flagship device here in Malaysia. It will cost you a pretty penny, though.
Xiaomi’s Mi Max was pretty interesting when it first launched. It was essentially a really big Redmi Note 3 and thanks to its gentle price point, users who wanted huge but reasonably powerful budget phablets had a device they could turn to.
Today, Xiaomi reveals the Mi Max’s successor. Simply called the Mi Max 2, the new handset is doubling down on battery life.
Infinix Mobile dips its toes into the Malaysian smartphone market by launching three new smartphones here — the Hot 4 Pro, the Zero 4 and Zero 4 Plus. These phones seem to span most of the market, covering the entry level segment all the way to the upper mid range.
Here’s the thing about the Lenovo Yoga Book. I think it’s a beautiful piece of engineering that’s both innovative and futuristic. However, there’s no denying that in its current form, it’s still more ‘cool toy’ than ‘serious workstation’.
That makes the RM2,599 price tag a little hard to swallow. But what if it was a little cheaper? And by a little cheaper I mean a lot cheaper. Meet the Lenovo Yoga A12.