Xiaomi is having an event next Tuesday, 3rd November in Kuala Lumpur and its VP for Global, Hugo Barra is coming to town. After being spotted in certification databases of both Malaysia and Singapore, this is likely to be the official launch of the Redmi Note 2, with sales expected to commence shortly after.
After the launch of the Mate S, Huawei hasn’t closed its books yet for 2015. The Nexus 6P with Android Marshmallow will be heading for Malaysia before the year is out. This is probably good news for the Android purist, as we could be getting it well ahead of the Christmas season.
Button mashing was a thing of the past, at least for most smartphone users; don’t worry BlackBerry toting folks, we’ve got your backs and maybe soon people might give the qwerty loving brand a go again – thanks to the PRIV. The aforementioned device’s pre-order site went up and down and up again, with the price point getting a “discount” when it really went live. Perhaps one of the most anticipated launches in the brand’s history (you know, cause its an BlackBerry that runs on Android) will happen soon but a list of stock BB apps have been found on Google’s Play Store.
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In an unprecedented move, the Taiwanese mobile manufacturer has brought the One M8 EYE to Malaysia – more than a year after it’s been released in other Asian markets. Doc Brown for one would surely reserve a “Great Scott!” for moments like these. The makers said that “in light of the increasing demands in the mid-range segments, HTC is bringing on its renowned One series”. Does it make the cut, a full 4 quarters later?
When a company strikes the right rhythm, it takes a while before it goes off beat; making its name in the Chinese market and even overtaking Xiaomi in market share, the Huawei name has recently started its global expansion. Among their successful launches, the latest would be the honor 7, in London and the Nexus 6P in a partnership with Google. Can they break the stigma associated with Chinese manufacturers? Backed by the Huawei Mate S, they just might.
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Huawei is certainly a brand to watch out for as they are rising to the occasion with some compelling smart phones these days. On the Huawei P8, they had elevated their build quality perceptions with a premium unibody metal design, but it isn’t as refined as its mainstream rivals. Perception isn’t built overnight but more consumers are beginning to accept the new wave of alternatives coming from China.
To show the world what they are capable of, Huawei had recently announced the Mate S, a premium device that eyes for the likes of the Galaxy Note 5 and the iPhone 6S Plus. Can they deliver? Read on to find out.