Just recently Samsung Malaysia had introduced larger storage capacities of its current flagship offering – Galaxy S7 edge Black Pearl 128GB and the Galaxy Note5 64GB. If you’re looking to get one on contract, both devices are now available with Celcom FIRST postpaid plans.
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Samsung Malaysia has finally released the Galaxy S7 edge Black Pearl edition in our local market. This is the Galaxy S7 edge’s 7th colour which comes with a glossy all-black appearance and dark finishes on its metal frame. In addition to the new colour, the Black Pearl unit also comes with 128GB storage, which is four times the storage of the current 32GB model.
Before Samsung reveals its next flagship, the Korean smartphone maker has announced yet another new colour variant of the Galaxy S7 edge. It’s called the Black Pearl which some say was released in response to the iPhone 7‘s Jet Black colour.
If you’re planning to get a Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, there’s a brand new colour in Malaysia. The two tone Blue Coral was first introduced with the Galaxy Note7 and now you can have it on the S7 edge. This adds to a total of 4 colour options which includes Gold Platinum, Silver Titanium and Black Onyx.
Digi is finally jumping on the annual phone upgrade bandwagon with its new Easy Up offering. Similar to Maxis Zerolution and Celcom NewPhone, the program is tied to a 24-month instalment plan but you have the option to swap to a new phone after 12 months. If you do accept the upgrade, your original 12-months installments will be waived and you’ll start again with a new 24-month cycle. This allows you to constantly swap phones every year without the hassles of trade-ins.
Samsung‘s TouchWiz is often something you either love or you hate. I personally hate it, but with every update, Samsung does seem to try and make it a little more bearable for me. Its latest iteration — also known as the Grace UX — on the Galaxy Note7 is by far the most tolerable version yet. What’s more it also brings a whole bunch of useful Always On Display functions which I loved.
Now, it looks like Samsung already have plans ready to bring Grace to their Galaxy S7 and S7 edge smartphones. The bad news? It looks like you might have to wait until an Android Nougat update to get it.
Hari Raya Aidilfitri is a beautiful time of the year. The sights and sounds of festivities during the Raya season are second to none and are often a prime time to capture intimate memories that last a lifetime.
But, like many festivities, a lot of what makes Hari Raya Aidilfitri a visually stunning celebration takes place at night where light is scarce and it becomes difficult to capture moments with your run-of-the-mill smartphone camera.
In conjunction with the upcoming Rio 2016 Olympics, Samsung has released yet another special edition smartphone. As seen earlier, the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games Edition is now official and it will be available in selected markets from 18 July 2016.
If you missed your chance of getting the Galaxy S7 edge Injustice edition, not to worry. Another limited edition phone is in the works and this time, it is in conjunction with a major sporting event.