With a week to go before the iPhone 6s/6s Plus hits Malaysia officially, so far we’ve seen contract offers from both Digi and Maxis. If you’re wondering what Celcom has to offer, we’ve gotten the full plan details and subsidised iPhone prices which you can view after the break.
Touting privacy as a selling point for years, BlackBerry’s brand might be dangerously hanging off a very small edge with their revenues continually sliding. When asked about the company’s prospects by the Verge during the recent Code Mobile conference, their CEO said that failing to reach 5 million units sold, the company might abandon the mobile business.
ASUS Malaysia continues to flood more Zenfone models into our local market with the recent introduction of the Zenfone Selfie and Zenfone 2 Laser series. If that’s not enough, 3 more unique models will be heading our way which includes the epic ASUS Zenfone 2 Deluxe Special Edition, Zenfone Zoom and Zenfone Max.
February of 2014 brought the end of Sony’s VAIO spell, selling off their PC business to place a larger emphasis on its Mobile division. A year and a half later the CEO of Sony, Kazuo Hirai spoke to reporters saying that there has been constant restructuring in the smartphone department but if they fail to bring home the milk or at least self-sustain next year, they might have to scrap it all together.
Taking some heat away from OnePlus’ inability to supply enough of their OnePlus 2, a new device has been spotted on the SIRIM database as E1003. This comes 2 months after Carl Pei was quoted on USA Today that he had a hard time choosing between the (possible) OnePlus X/mini and the OnePlus 2. OnePlus’ newest smartphone is apparently its take on a more aesthetically pleasing product, not its usual “Flagship Killer” motive.
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s Plus with Geekbench results shown above
A manufacturer with high standards such as Apple would be assumed to be a company that it takes a lot to please but do 2% – 3% of a gap make a difference? Well it surely does, if you look at the actual numbers. Immensely so, if you needed that extra battery mile to last through your long work day or on your expedition in some desolated area. Apple says the difference is negligible on the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus but we’ll let you decide yourself.
Today is iPhone 6s pre-order day in Malaysia as Digi and Maxis have commenced its pre-order online since midnight. For Celcom, they are also accepting pre-orders today but only at their on ground Bluecube and Celcom outlets. Earlier on we’ve seen the official iPhone 6s/iPhone 6s Plus Recommended Retail Prices from both telcos which seems to differ by RM100.
For those who plan to buy outright, your other alternative is to get one from the Malaysian Online Apple Store and they have just published its full pricing for the two latest models. In short, don’t expect them to be any different from what we’ve seen from Digi.
Trying their best to prepare for the Apple iPhone 6s demand-earthquake, Maxis has enlisted 3 different methodologies for getting the new iDevices. Thinking of convenience and comfort of its users, the green coloured telco company has designed a pre-order site, that’ll allow you to have the device sent to you or self-collected at any 40 Maxis Centres around Malaysia. If you missed the pre-order window, fear not as Maxis has a better thought out plan this year around, with its RealView system in place.
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At the stroke of midnight, Maxis has started its pre-orders for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus with a 24 hour delivery promise on 16th October. On Maxis, you have a wide variety of options from both MaxisONE and iValue plans with a choice of either 12 months or 24 months contract duration.
The iPhone 6s from Maxis is offered from as low as RM1,260 while the bigger 6s Plus can be yours from RM1,685.
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