It is almost two years since Samsung had introduced a new flagship Android tablet. Despite the declining tablet market, Samsung is still persistent by announcing the Galaxy Tab S3 and its geared up for productivity in mind.
Samsung has just introduced their brand new Exynos 9 processor which will be powering their upcoming Galaxy S8 flagships. While the Snapdragon 835 variant is likely to head for the US market, we are likely to get the Exynos version for Malaysia.
Earlier we spotted a leaked photo of what looked like a dealer event that revealed what was allegedly the price for Samsung‘s brand new smartphone — the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro. Now, Samsung has officially revealed all the juicy details regarding their big new phone. Here’s what you need to know and when you can buy one.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 isn’t even launching until the end of March, but thanks to leakster Evan Blass (aka @evleaks), we have a list of what looks like the official specs for Samsung’s latest flagship — the S8+. Here are the details.
Samsung has reportedly said that they plan to re-release the Galaxy Note7, the phone that hasn’t been all that nice to them. No, they’re not going to produce brand new sets. Instead, they intend to refurbish the devices that they have recalled from users.
These days, when you think of buying a budget smartphone, Samsung doesn’t really come to mind. For the most part, their more affordable handsets usually seem to provide far less value than an equivalent one from Xiaomi or honor — at least, on paper. And the same could probably be said of Samsung’s new Galaxy A5 (2017) too.
But, we wouldn’t want to just gush over printed specifications now do we? In fact, I think this year’s Galaxy A5 might be the South Korean tech giant’s most successful mid-range handset yet.
The next step in Xiaomi‘s development of their mobile and smartphone business will lie in its own mobile processors. Codenamed ‘Pinecone’, after Xiaomi’s subsidiary of the same name, the company has confirmed that the new chip will be announced in Beijing on the 28th of February 2017.
Smartphone shipments in Malaysia had dropped by 5.9% in 2016 versus the previous year according to IDC Malaysia’s latest report. They reckon this was likely caused by negative economic factors which include our depreciating ringgit against the US dollar.
Despite the annual decline, smartphone shipments had picked up in the last quarter and the top 3 brands were still able to increase their respective market share.
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The Consumer Electronics Show is a big deal. It’s a show where a lot of really cool stuff gets showcased by all kinds of companies — big and small. But, not everything that gets showcased there will make it to our region.
That’s why Samsung‘s decided to host what I’d like to call a mini-CES here in the Southeast Asian region — only it’s all Samsung products, obviously. It’s called the Samsung Southeast Asia and Oceanic Forum and this year, they’ve got quite a few interesting things to showcase — most of which can be controlled by Samsung’s Smart Home app..