The OnePlus 5 is finally official and it continues to offer top end specs at a lower price point. If you settle on not having the latest, you can now own last year’s OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T with a significant discount.
Two days ago, we came across images of the OnePlus 5 that suggested that the phone will look nearly identical to an iPhone 7 Plus. Today, we get confirmation of that and another seemingly legit bit of information: The OnePlus 5’s price.
Remember that RM50,000 beast of a laptop that we saw back in IFA 2017? The one that only qualifies as a laptop because it barely fits on one’s lap? Yes, it’s the insane, incredible and absolutely awesome monster called the Acer Predator 21 X.
Well, if you’ve been dying to check it out, the good news is that it’s coming to Malaysia very, very soon.
Samsung had just recently launched its flagship handsets, the Galaxy S8 and S8+. Even though the devices feature prime specs in almost every aspect, it seems like Samsung’s new flagships do not support Google’s Daydream just yet.
Just only a month after its announcement at MWC 2017, Sony has finally introduced its new Xperia XZs and Xperia XA1 smartphones in Malaysia. These are the latest from Sony’s new Xperia X series which aims to take photography to the next level.
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Sony launched a whole bunch of smartphones at MWC17. However, not all of them will be arriving in Malaysia at the same time. During my interview with Sony, they revealed that only the Xperia XA1 and XZs will be part of the first wave.
Today, thanks to a reliable tipster, we may have the official Malaysian pricing for both these handsets.
Oh dear. It looks like one of Xiaomi’s upcoming handsets may have just been leaked. No, it’s not the successor to the Mi 5, instead it looks like the alleged successor to Xiaomi’s affordable flagship Redmi Pro.
As smartphone hardware performance approaches the apex of development, the next big thing that will separate good smartphones from great smartphones are their software experience. Huawei’s Mate 9 is a testament to how far this Chinese company has come with their flagship devices.
CES is a time for technological showcase. It’s a show where manufacturers from around the world gather and show off what they’re capable of. Although many of these devices don’t actually go on sale until much later in the year, it’s still really interesting to see these concepts and ideas.
However, a recent video has surfaced on YouTube, allegedly revealing that even Nokia had something on display in CES. And that something is their upcoming Android flagship smartphone, the Nokia 8.