In the midst of all the hype surrounding Huawei‘s brand new Mate 20 smartphones, fellow Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi dropped a couple of details regarding their highly anticipated upcoming smartphone. I am, of course, talking about the Xiaomi Mi MIX 3.
While I’ve seen this phone multiple times over the year, I never got to see the final retail unit nor did I get to see the final retail box. And boy was I not prepared for it. I mean, I’ve seen some fancy boxes before — the original Mi MIX comes to mind — but the thing I loved about the ROG Phone one was just how much it oozed “gaming”, yet managed to not be incredibly garish at the same time.
If you’ve been eyeing Huawei‘s brand new Mate 20 smartphones, there’s good news because now I can tell you how much you will need to pony up if you want to get one of these flagship devices in your hands. Huawei’s bringing all three Mate 20 devices into Malaysia, but they will be a little more pricey than you may expect.
Yesterday, Xiaomi Malaysia revealed that their upcoming mid-range smartphone — the Redmi Note 6 Pro — would be launching locally this weekend. Today, the company finally revealed the most important thing about this phone on their Facebook page: The price.
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Another month, another Nokia device. It was just a month ago when HMD Global launched their mid-range duo — the Nokia 6.1 Plus and Nokia 5.1 Plus — for the Malaysian market. And now, they’ve released yet another new device, the Nokia X7 specifically for China, and it our experience, it will probably become the Nokia 7.1 Plus when it launches globally.
Kanye West (or “Ye” as he likes to be addressed these days) is no stranger to the limelight but most of the time it is for all the weirdest reasons — the latest being his proposal for a plane he calls the “iPlane”. He revealed his wonderful avionic proposal during a visit to the White House last week with President Donald Trump as the main audience amongst discussions about access to job opportunities for former convicts.
The iPlane, while interesting, is not the most notable thing the Kanye West White House visit revealed. What’s even more interesting is the password Ye uses for his iPhone.
At a glitzy event in London today, Huawei announced four new mobile devices – the Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, the Mate 20 X, and the Porsche Design Huawei Mate 20 RS. The Mate 20 RS, with its Porsche Design DNA is regarded as the most premium version of the Mate 20 series but it borrows a lot of its specifications and components from the Mate 20 Pro.
So what sets the Mate 20 RS with the Mate 20 Pro? Here’s a quick breakdown.
Besides Huawei‘s big smartphone launches, the Chinese company also unveiled their brand new smartwatch called the Huawei Watch GT. And the best thing about this wearable is a smartwatch with a fitness band’s battery life.
Samsung has shown their hand. Apple has shown their hand. Google has shown their hand. Now, it’s time for Huawei to show the world what they’re capable of with the company’s biggest flagship launch of the year. This is the Mate 20 series, and while it goes without saying that these are the most capable smartphones Huawei has produced yet, I think the bigger achievement here is that we aren’t looking at a simple “tock” update.
It’s a whole new smartphone. Well, three whole new smartphone, actually.