Samsung continues to drop piecemeal teasers without revealing too much of its upcoming Galaxy S6. This time, it touches on design where it claims to be inspired by its beautiful surroundings. Somehow this reminds us of the Galaxy S III‘s “Design for humans, Inspired by Nature” tagline.
Towards the end, a side profile is shown with curved top end while the bottom portion appears to be jagged. We are guessing this could be its aluminium frame with a removable bottom cover. Watch the teaser video below and let us know if you spot anything interesting.
The smart phone that could give the Redmi Note a run for its money is finally here. The Meizu m1 Note which offers a Full HD 5.5″ screen and dual-SIM slots with 4G LTE for less than RM1,000 is now available from grey importer DirectD. Only white colour is being offered at the momet and the base 16GB model is going for RM699 while its larger 32GB version is going for RM849.
It’s 2015 and most flagships will be powered by Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 810 processor. If you can’t wait for the Mi Note Pro or newer devices that would be announced at MWC 2015, the LG G Flex 2 is finally here in Malaysia.
Announced at CES 2015, this is the first smart phone to run Qualcomm’s new top of the line processor. While LG Malaysia is still contemplating of bringing this in, retailer DirectD has brought the latest flagship into Malaysia. The grey imported G Flex 2 is going for RM2,999, which is the same price as the Galaxy Note Edge.
BlackBerry is now rolling out its latest 10.3.1 software update to current BlackBerry 10 devices. This includes its older BlackBerry Z10, Z3, Z30, Q5, Q10, Porsche Design P’9983 and the latest BlackBerry Passport.
The latest update which came installed on the BlackBerry Classic will bring a host of new improvements including BlackBerry Blend, BlackBerry Assistant and a couple of enhancements for its native apps such as BlackBerry Hub, Calendar, Camera and more. With the latest version, the Amazon Appstore will be installed by default and QWERTY based devices such as the Q5, Q10, P’9983 and Passport will get extra keyboard shortcuts to launch specific apps or contacts.
Meanwhile if you’re away from your BlackBerry, you can easily access your device via Blackberry Blend from any connected computer or tablet without the need of complicated VPNs. This lets you read or reply to messages remotely as if you’re on the device itself.
The update should be reaching to Malaysian units and if you haven’t received any notifications yet, you can try checking manually at Settings > Software Updates > Updates.
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HTC will be announcing its latest One M9 flagship in Barcelona next Sunday and there’s a possibility that more than one device will be announced. HTC USA has tweeted a couple of teasers indicating something huge is coming very soon.
We don’t expect anything huge from its One M9 as it is likely to retain its more compact 5″ dimensions like the current One M8. However there’s a possibility that HTC might do an Apple style iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus announcement, with 2 distinctive sizes.
On Pebble’s official page, they have started a countdown timer to what appears to be the announcement of a new watch. According to some sources, the new Pebble will be thinner and comes with a colour e-paper-like display. In terms of features, it may come with a built-in microphone and Pebble is said to be developing a watch with a heart rate sensor, but that’s likely to be released much later.
With a week long battery life being the key differentiation, don’t expect a high resolution LCD display but perhaps something like Qualcomm Toq’s Mirasol colour display. Word also has it that Pebble will be introducing a whole new software platform that’s developed by the team from webOS. Can the new watch stand against the newer smart watches from Android Wear and Apple? We’ll find out more when the timer ticks to zero.