The iPhone 7 marks the 10th generation of the iPhone. It is nearly 10 years since the first iPhone was introduced in 2007 and they have always been regarded as the benchmark for the smartphone industry.
When it comes to launches, Malaysia is often late to the party, but the new iPhone 7 is probably the earliest we’ve seen so far. Instead of waiting for months, it’s finally coming to our shores on 14th October.
Samsung Malaysia has just published its full details on its exchange and refund process for Galaxy Note7 owners in Malaysia. This is applicable for both pre-order and replacement units which are to be returned for your own safety.
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UPDATE: The highest spec Mi 5s Plus with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage is also available.
It would take Xiaomi a while before they introduce their latest flagship smartphones in Malaysia. However, thanks to grey importers like DirectD, the Xiaomi Mi 5s and Mi 5s Plus are finally here with ready stocks. What’s interesting is that the Mi 5s on offer is more affordable than the current Xiaomi Mi 5 that’s officially available here.
If you’re looking for a mid-range device, the Huawei Nova Plus is now available in Malaysia. Announced at IFA 2016 last month, the Nova Plus is priced much lower here compared to the European market.