Alongside the Redmi Note 3, and the Mi Pad 2, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi have also launched the Mi Air Purifier 2, the sequel to their first attempt at helping people breathe cleaner, the Mi Air Purifier. However, in terms of raw air cleaning power, the new model appears to fall short of the previous version, but not by a lot.
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Blowing away competition during Single’s Day is no easy feat. Especially when consumers in China are so spoiled for choice when it comes to mobile electronics. Xiaomi lead the pack during the momentous day, raking in a cool RM 856 million but was that enough reason for them to release the Redmi Note 3 so early? Well they did it anyway, and for the first time it features an all-metal design, biometric security and a huge battery.
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Let’s roll back for a second to let everyone know the timeline of leaks, rumours and announcements of Xiaomi‘s purported two device launch. Word had gotten out of TENAA that a smartphone had passed its certification; after which details of the Mi Pad 2 were spotted on Geekbench.
Then on it got a whole lot for confusing, as invitations of the event went out and Xiaomi’s President leaked photos of the two devices. We’re going to try and make it easier for everyone to understand, at the same time giving out two cents on the whole situation.
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Earlier on, we discussed the potential of Xiaomi releasing a device that we thought couldn’t be the higher-end version of the Redmi Note 2. Highlighted in our older articles, it didn’t seem to make sense to deploy something totally new to the brand, on a smartphone that could easily be mistaken to be a mid-range device – guess we were wrong, since Lin Bin, the President of the Chinese manufacturer teased two of their upcoming releases, that include the Redmi Note 2 Pro and the Mi Pad 2 on his Weibo social media account.
Chinese manufacturers usually have their hands in more than one market segment; their strategies have to appeal to a wide range of price-points for consumers in order to occupy a place in their minds. Indifferent, Xiaomi has always been affordable but have stepped up their game with their recent releases, though they haven’t forgotten their loyal customers – priced almost at a reasonable mid-range, Malaysians can now get their hands on the Redmi Note 2.
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Just like Carl Pei promised, the smartphone makers have released their third phone to date. Oddly, the OnePlus X looks to be a OnePlus One on the inside, just taking a hit in battery and screen size, while adding some notable features and aesthetics. Unfortunately, Shenzhen’s “finest” have decided to deploy the same notorious invite system but there’s an improvement.
Anticipation is running high for the latest iteration of the Xperia line-up; mainly due to the 4K screen on the Xperia Z5 Premium Dual, and the same 23-megapixel sensor found on all three that gave the number 1 smartphone camera spot to Sony (judged by DxOMark). But will this trio be enough to revitalise the ailing Japanese mobile division of this multinational conglomerate?
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Individuals these days have very specific needs and as a manufacturer of audio solutions, Jabra is launching four devices across a wide range of lifestyles. There will be something for everyone, like the industrial processional with the Jabra STEEL; the avid traveller with the Halo Fusion; the business-savvy with the Eclipse, and the sport enthusiast with the Sports Pace Wireless.
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Button mashing was a thing of the past, at least for most smartphone users; don’t worry BlackBerry toting folks, we’ve got your backs and maybe soon people might give the qwerty loving brand a go again – thanks to the PRIV. The aforementioned device’s pre-order site went up and down and up again, with the price point getting a “discount” when it really went live. Perhaps one of the most anticipated launches in the brand’s history (you know, cause its an BlackBerry that runs on Android) will happen soon but a list of stock BB apps have been found on Google’s Play Store.
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In an unprecedented move, the Taiwanese mobile manufacturer has brought the One M8 EYE to Malaysia – more than a year after it’s been released in other Asian markets. Doc Brown for one would surely reserve a “Great Scott!” for moments like these. The makers said that “in light of the increasing demands in the mid-range segments, HTC is bringing on its renowned One series”. Does it make the cut, a full 4 quarters later?