Taking its photography game up a notch, Huawei will be unveiling its Nova 2i smartphone that comes with not one but two sets of dual-cameras. We just received the invite and the Malaysian launch is happening on 26 September 2017.
As the clock strikes 12, Maxis has started accepting pre-orders for the highly anticipated iPhone 7 in Malaysia. The full range of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models are offered on contract with a 24-hour delivery service while stocks last.
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If it wasn’t clear before it will be now as popular messaging application WhatsApp is stopping support for several older operating systems, including one that had its latest phone launch in Malaysia less than a year ago.
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We feel really sorry for users on the Windows platform. First you guys have to put up with apps – even mainstream ones – that aren’t updated since God knows when then you have that small ecosystem of the Windows Store. Now on top of all that, it seems like that Windows 10 Mobile release for older phones isn’t coming this month.
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BlackBerry is struggling no doubt, but to be overtaken by an underdog platform is definitely surprising. Tizen, a Linux based mobile OS that supersedes Samsung’s Bada OS has finally overtaken BlackBerry as the 4th biggest smart phone platform. While we hardly see any Tizen smart phones in our market, Samsung has found significant success in the Indian market.
Earlier this week we reported the first 10 Lumia phones to receive Windows 10 Mobile and today we get to see a prototype of a supposed Lumia 950 XL running the newest software. This comes after Microsoft successfully launched the mature version of Windows 10, albeit some raised eyebrows on their stance of user privacy.
Running on the launch of the PC version, mobile users still are left with no news on when they’ll be getting their version. Though, there is no on the record word about the rolling out date of Windows 10 Mobile, anyone who is interested to know about which Lumia smartphones will be first to get the Windows 10 upgrade.
Possibly one of the most eagerly awaited Android builds yet, Android 5.1.1 would be coming soon, not with major improvements in aesthetics or performance, but to plug a memory leak that has afflicted some users since the Android 5.0.1 update.
If you’re reading this then it’s obvious that you want to catch the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge launch as it happens. Per tradition, Samsung will be live streaming the event for your viewing pleasure on YouTube. Head on over to Samsung’s official YouTube channel to catch the event live on March 2 at 1:30am, Malaysian time.
Also follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates on location at the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge launch.
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge on March 1 in Barcelona in conjunction with Mobile World Congress 2015. The devices are expected to showcase Samsung’s completely new approach towards product and software design addressing many of hte issues that users have been vocal about — plastic build, bloated UI and copycat design, to name a few.
You can expect the S6 and S6 Edge to feature an all-new metal-framed body with possibly dual front facing speakers and an array of new colour options — blue, gold, white and grey plus a never before seen green colour option for the Galaxy S6 Edge. Leaks suggest that Samsung will be using a more advanced on board storage unit built in house by Samsung to offer a considerably faster read and write speeds over previous memory. We expect Samsung to drop the 16GB option that’s been a staple in its device line up and replace it with 32GB, 62GB and 128GB options.
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MWC 2015 is due to start in a couple of days, and we are expecting to see a lot of new gadgets announced, and one of them is going to be the launch of the Meizu Ubuntu phone.
Seems that the device will be based on the Meizu MX4 and there has been a fair bit of speculation about the Ubuntu device. It initially appeared on a Weibo post where Meizu posted an image of an MX4 running Ubuntu with the phrase “More than better”. The image also linked to the English Meizu website as well as being teased on Facebook, meaning the smartphone will likely be seeing an international launch.
The Meizu MX4 their slightly smaller flagship smartphone that offers a 5.36″ Full HD 1080p display that’s toughened with Gorilla Glass 3. Underneath it runs on a 2.2GHz MediaTek Octa-Core MT6595 processor with 2GB of RAM and a 20.7 megapixel camera. On the software side of things, it runs on their Flyme 4.0 OS that’s based on Android 4.4 KitKat.