If you’re using WhatsApp on Android, you can back up your conversations and other media files directly to Google Drive. At the moment, it takes up space on the cloud and this can be a problem if your WhatsApp backup is huge and you don’t have much space remaining. All of that is going to change in three months as Google and WhatsApp are getting a better backup solution very soon.
Are you looking for a budget phone with long battery life? The Nokia 2.1 could be the device you’re looking for. HMD Global, the company behind Nokia phones, has officially announced the availability of the Nokia 2.1 in Malaysia.
To enjoy mobile gaming, you’ll need a smartphone that’s powerful, and it must come with a large screen plus a large battery. In most cases, the default choice is to get a flagship smartphone which usually costs more than RM2,000.
Want to enjoy gaming without breaking the bank? It’s time to play more and pay less with the honor Play.
OPPO Malaysia has just announced the F9, its latest selfie-centric smartphone that comes with an even smaller notch. While the core hardware underneath is similar to the OPPO F7, the new smartphone now comes with a dual camera setup and OPPO’s very own fast charging feature.
The Xiaomi Mi 8 is the most affordable Snapdragon 845 powered flagship smartphone that you can buy in Malaysia. It’s available now on the official Mi Store on both Lazada and Shopee. If you’re looking for a better deal, you might want to get the Mi 8 via physical stores this coming Saturday, 18 August 2018.
This is probably the best time to pick up the honor 10 flagship smartphone. Not only it packs flagship hardware for less than RM2,000 but honor Malaysia is throwing additional freebies worth over RM500 for one day only and while stocks last.
After introducing their latest Mi Pad 4, Xiaomi has just added a larger full-sized tablet into its lineup. The 10.1″ tablet is called the Mi Pad 4 Plus and apart from the size, it also comes with a bigger battery plus larger storage options.
Since the iPhone X was introduced last year, many manufacturers have released at least a smartphone model that carries a notched display and a familiar vertically mounted dual-camera bump. Motorola and a handful of brands have stayed away from this “despicable” trend but unfortunately, they have succumbed to peer pressure with their latest P30 smartphone.
VAIO, the former PC brand of Sony, has finally made comeback in Malaysia via Nexstgo. As showcased earlier during Computex 2018, they have introduced the ultra-portable S11 and S13 notebooks that are pretty sleek and ultra-light.