OPPO plans to take over the midrange smartphone market one selfie at a time with their latest smartphone the F1. OPPO are so committed to the selfie abilities of this smartphone that they’ve even hired “Selfie Ambassador” Nora Danish to demonstrate just how powerful this device is at taking selfies.
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Earlier we saw the first device in OPPO‘s F range, the F1, make its official debut in Vietnam. Since Malaysia is a key market, we anticipated a local launch would follow soon after and sure enough, OPPO have brought this mid-range device to our shores.
We feel really sorry for users on the Windows platform. First you guys have to put up with apps – even mainstream ones – that aren’t updated since God knows when then you have that small ecosystem of the Windows Store. Now on top of all that, it seems like that Windows 10 Mobile release for older phones isn’t coming this month.
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With the approaching Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day festivities, Samsung has finally decided to bring the Pink Gold variant of the Galaxy Note5 to Malaysia. With the apparent demand for smartphones in a pink hue, now consumers have an extra device to choose from!
Samsung proved that they can play the premium budget game when they launched their Galaxy A series in 2014. Then in December of last year they unveiled their new 2016 Galaxy A line much to the delight of the Samsung fans on a budget as the new models featured updated specifications and what we think is a better overall design as well.
A few days ago, we saw the new Galaxy A trio hit SIRIM. Now, we’ve just received an email indicating that Samsung will be launching these new devices — the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 — next week.
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The Malaysian Constitution guarantees every Malaysian the right to freedom of speech. When abused, it can cause adverse effects. That’s what Communication and Multimedia Minister, Datuk Seri Dr. Salleh Said Keruak believes as the government is mulling for tougher enforcements for online users.
In the madness of rumours that have been flying everywhere, there’s one thing that’s certain. We’re all dying to know the specs of Samsung’s latest flagship. Most of them have one thing in common, they all say that it’ll be either an Exynos 8890 or Snapdragon 820 processor under their hoods.
Benchmark experts AnTuTu have reaffirmed that they’ll indeed be an Exynos 8890 in at least one variant of the Galaxy S7 as well as its accompanying specs.
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National postmen of any kind are the group of individuals that get your mail delivered. Albeit sometimes their delivery times aren’t always accurate, they usually get the job done.
Or else, it’s totally free and won’t cost you anything.
We’ve touched on how good the Nexus 6P’s fingerprint sensor is in the past with its quick unlock speed and high accuracy despite only needing six taps to register your finger. You can also use it to authenticate Google Play as well as Android Pay purchases, but we’ve always hoped it could do more especially since Google baked fingerprint support into Android 6.0 Marshmallow itself.
Thanks to the open API though, now you can use your fingerprint to lock specific apps in your phone — but there’s a catch.
It has become almost a tradition for Xiaomi to have festive sales and with the upcoming Chinese New Year, their Malaysian Facebook page Mi Malaysia posted a note about 2 days ago indicating that they will be having a 2-day sale starting 10 am on 21 January until 10 pm on 22 January 2016.
Well, if you don’t have a calendar on you, that’s today! Here are the items that are having their prices slashed.
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