Generally, if you wanted blurry bokeh “Portrait Mode” photos from your smartphone, you’d need two lenses. But, when Google released their Pixel 2 smartphones, the company made a big deal out of how they could do so with one lens and machine learning.
Is it any good? Well, Google’s just released a whole bunch of photographs that showcases the Pixel 2’s portrait mode feature in action. And they look pretty amazing.
Huawei’s big flagship announcement is just around the corner. The Chinese tech giant is poised to launch two of their most powerful smartphones ever, the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, tonight. Here’s where you can watch the big event live.
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If you want something in everyone’s hands, the best and sometimes only way to do it is to make it affordable. Unless you’re Apple, of course. And to realise Facebook CEO and Mark Zuckerberg’s goal of getting one billion people in VR, Oculus has done just that with their brand new standalone headset, the Oculus Go.
Guess who’s next on the full-view slim-bezel tall smartphone bandwagon? Wiko’s just launched a pair of mid-range tall smartphones and they’re called the View and View Prime.
Dell’s launched their brand new Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 and Inspiron 15 7000 laptops in Malaysia. This time they pack Intel’s latest chips into relatively sleek metal bodies and have prices starting from just under RM4,450.
What’s better than a well-built flagship smartphone running a near-stock Android OS at a great price point? Well, how about if we add more power and storage?
Was the Nokia 8 that launched in Malaysia too wimpy for you? Good news, you might have the opportunity to pick up a more powerful version soon!
The phablet you’ve been waiting for is finally here. Samsung’s Galaxy Note8 has been officially launched in Malaysia and it is currently on sale nationwide today. If you missed out on the pre-order promo that Samsung ran from the 5th to 10th of September, don’t worry, because Samsung is also having a limited time roadshow promo too.
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Xiaomi blew our collective minds when they unveiled their “concept phone” the Mi MIX. Then, they blew our collective minds a second time when they announced that the phone would actually go on sale and a pretty affordable — by flagship standards — price.
Well, it looks like they’re going to be back at it again very soon as the company has announced the official release date for the upcoming Mi MIX 2.
After being wildly successful with bang-for-your-buck smartphones, ASUS decided they wanted to go down the premium route instead so in came the ZenFone 3 series, bathed in glass and metal like no ZenFone had been before. While it certainly turned heads, there was that group of people who couldn’t accept that they had to pay a premium price tag for an ASUS badged phone.
Was that the right choice for them? I don’t know quite yet, but one thing’s for sure, the company’s brand new ZenFone 4 lineup proves that the premium-ness is here to stay.
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Despite the declining tablet market, Samsung thought it would be a good idea to launch the Galaxy Tab S3, a powerful Android tablet with a glass body and last year’s flagship mobile processor from Qualcomm.
It also sports a bunch of great specs that makes it a really nice media consumption device. However, it does have one killer feature that may stop people from buying it: Its price.