TuneTalk has introduced its brand new +Vibe monthly data plans which give you more high-speed data than before. It’s more affordable than its existing Datatata plans and you can enjoy as much as 13GB of data with unlimited free calls.
The Redmi Note 4 is the undisputed best value for money smartphone you can get for less than RM1,000. It’s always the phone that people compare to each time a new mid-range smartphone is launched in Malaysia.
If you’re looking for another alternative, the Huawei Nova Plus that was announced last year is getting a massive price cut. It has similar specs as the Redmi Note 4 and it comes with a better camera.
RED, a company that has built their name on making amazing high-end cameras, is now making a smartphone. It’s called the Hydrogen One and its unique selling feature isn’t the smartphone’s camera.
It’s the screen.
OnePlus aims to step up its photography game with the OnePlus 5 and they have partnered with DxO for assistance in camera optimisation. Surprisingly, during its official launch, there was no mention of such partnership which by right it should be a big deal if they want to shout about photography.
That’s quite a contrast compared to HTC as they have boasted having the highest score on DxOMark Mobile during its HTC U11 unveiling. Finally, after several weeks after its launch, DxoMark has finally released its evaluation for the OnePlus 5 with a score of 87. That puts in on par with the Huawei P10, Sony Xperia XZ and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+.