In their pursuit of connecting the “next billion”, Google’s focusing more heavily on entry-level devices. And when I say entry-level I’m talking about super-entry level devices. That’s where Android Oreo (Go edition) comes in. It’s a version of Google’s operating system that’s designed to run on cheap Android smartphones.
A few weeks ago, TM’s UniFi Edu plan for students was revealed with a starting price of RM99/month. This gives students substantial savings up to RM1,200 and it comes with free voice calls and HyppTV subscription.
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.
TM has officially announced their brand new UniFi plans for students and technopreneurs which has been in the works for some time now. These new plans are called UniFi Edu and UniFi eBiz. Here’s what you can get with these plans.
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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.
Chinese manufacturer Elephone hasn’t received as much attention compared to Huawei and Xiaomi, who’ve been making waves in China and abroad. Though, the lesser-known manufacturer has its own niche which it occupies; large battery capacities – at least evident on their P5000 (5350 mAh) and P8000 (4,200 mAh) models. But what does the Vowney bring to the table? If the title didn’t catch your attention, the rest just might.