5 things that make the Huawei P20 Pro a standout from the rest

Posted:  June 19, 2018   By:    No comments   

Huawei P20 Pro

This post is brought to you by Huawei.

A smartphone is a very personal device but if you take a look around, there’s very little to distinguish one from another. It gets even tougher when most smartphone these days are going for thinner bezels.

With the P20 Pro, Huawei is not only pushing for better hardware but they aim to stand out with its own unique exterior. Instead of using the usual shade of colours and candybar designs, Huawei has taken a completely different approach for its greatest smartphone yet.

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Here’s why the ASUS ROG Phone isn’t just for gamers, it’s for everybody

Posted:  June 19, 2018   By:    No comments   

The first thing you think of when you see a smartphone from the ASUS Republic of Gamers — aptly named the ROG Phone — would probably be somewhere along the lines of “Oh this must only be for hardcore gamers”. And while that’s true to a certain extent, I believe that this gaming-grade mobile device isn’t just for hardcore gamers.

It’s for everyone.

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The OPPO Find X is the most stunning 2018 flagship yet

Posted:  June 19, 2018   By:    12 comments   

Wow. I’ve seen a lot of really cool smartphones launched in 2018, but this brand new flagship device from OPPO is the first one to truly blow my mind. This is the OPPO Find X and it may have the most jaw-dropping piece of smartphone design yet. Think vivo NEX but turned up to eleven.

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ASUS ZenFone Max Pro gets software update to improve fingerprint sensor and camera performance

Posted:  June 19, 2018   By:    No comments   

ASUS ZenFone Max Pro Malaysia software update

The ASUS ZenFone Max Pro is currently the most value for money stock Android smartphone you can buy in Malaysia. If you’re facing problems with the fingerprint sensor and camera, the Taiwanese smartphone maker has released a software update to address these issues.

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Maybank QRPay lets you transfer and receive money on your smartphone

Posted:  June 19, 2018   By:    No comments   

With more cashless players appearing in Malaysia, Maybank has recently introduced its own mobile payment solution that’s called QRPay. Instead of having a separate e-Wallet, QRPay works with your existing Maybank savings and current account.

In the initial phase, QRPay was primarily used to pay merchants via QR Code. With the latest version, you can use it to make direct peer to peer transfers.

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Android messages will let you send and receive SMS from your computer

Posted:  June 19, 2018   By:    1 comment   

Android Messages new features

For those who still use SMS, the default Android messages app is getting a couple of new features. If you work on a desktop or laptop computer a lot, you can soon send and receive messages without looking at your phone. If you’re familiar with WhatsApp Web, this is essentially the equivalent version for SMS.

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You won’t believe where the cameras are on OPPO’s new flagship

Posted:  June 18, 2018   By:    20 comments   

OPPO Find X

UPDATE: OPPO Find X is finally revealed.

After vivo introduced their NEX flagship smartphone, OPPO is stepping up with their own notchless all-screen smartphone that’s named the Find X. This isn’t your typical candybar smartphone.

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The DJI-powered Tello is a backflipping bucket of fun for everyone

Posted:  June 18, 2018   By:    2 comments   

When I hear the words “DJI” and “drone”, I often picture a fairly competent flying contraption that can be used to record epic aerial cinematography — because that’s the kind of reputation DJI has built for themselves. Even their tiny entry-level drone, the DJI Spark, has a 2-axis mechanical gimbal and a myriad of intelligent flight features.

The latest DJI-powered drone I got to try out, however, is a little different. It is called the Tello and as far as I can tell right now, it’s a lot more toy than it is film-making tool.

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ASUS ZenFone Live L1 with a 5.5″ FullView display will be priced under RM400

Posted:  June 18, 2018   By:    9 comments   

ASUS ZenFone Live Malaysia

For the longest time, the Xiaomi Redmi 5A has been a popular choice if you’re looking for the cheapest Android smartphone. After introducing the ZenFone Max Pro in Malaysia, ASUS is now focusing at a lower price point with its new ZenFone Live L1.

It was first spotted in Indonesia and the new ZenFone Live could pose a serious challenge to Xiaomi’s cheapest smartphone model.

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The OPPO Find X might have the most impressive screen yet

Posted:  June 18, 2018   By:    4 comments   

OPPO Find X

If you thought the vivo NEX was impressive with its all screen design without a notch, wait until you see OPPO’s next big thing. Ahead of its official announcement that’s happening this week, OPPO has dropped a new teaser for the Find X and it might have the “most screen” on a smartphone without the notch.

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