With Malaysia day coming very soon, Xiaomi is giving out something extra when you purchase their current flagship phablet. From now until 14th September, they are bundling the highly sought-after 10,400mAh Mi Power Bank worth RM49 for free with every purchase of the Mi Note at RM1,549.
To recap, the Mi Note is their 5.7″ phablet that comes with a larger 64GB of storage. It gets a full HD display, a 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, 13MP camera with OIS, front facing 5MP camera, a decent 3,000mAh battery and dual-SIMs that support 4G LTE. In Malaysia, it is currently available only in white. If you’re interested, you can head over to the Mi Store and take note that this offer is valid while stocks last.
OPPO has just announced the R7 Plus FC Barcelona Edition a few moments ago. Dubbed as the Smart phone of Champions, this is produced for the die-hard Barca fans worldwide. Based on their current premium phablet, it carries the same specs underneath but it gets a couple of extras in the form of accessories and with something extra on the exterior.
OPPO is currently one of FC Barcelona’s official partner and it gives the Chinese smart phone maker great visibility over at Camp Nou. To celebrate its 3 year partnership, OPPO has introduced its R7 Plus FC Barcelona Edition, clad with the Catalan’s football team insignia.
HTC hasn’t been doing well with its HTC One M9 flagship but they are trying to make a comeback with its new flagship that’s dubbed as the Aero. After seeing leaks of its purported device, HTC is likely to launch the Aero on 29th September in Taiwan as shown in the teaser image above.
The original Xperia Z may be coming up to 3 years old, but Sony is still keeping the updates coming. A newer Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update with the version number 10.7.A.0.222 is being rolled out to the first gen Xperia Z series. This covers the Xperia Z (C6602 and C6603), Xperia ZL (C6503 and C6506), Xperia ZR (C5503) and Xperia Tablet Z for both WiFi (SGP311, SGP312) and LTE (SGP321) models.