Several modern cars have wireless charging built-in which makes it extra convenient to charge your smartphone without those messy cables. Since some hybrid cars need a juice up every now and then, BMW has introduced its own wireless charging pad that’s not for your phone, but it’s for the car.
The iPhone 8/8 Plus went on sale for about a week now and it is available at first wave countries including Australia, China and Singapore. Now there are reports of battery issues in Taiwan and Japan which causes the iPhone 8 Plus to pop right open.
One of the great things about the iPhone 8 is that you can now get an iPhone 7 at reduced prices. If you’re looking for a better deal, Machines is offering an iPhone 7 256GB for the price of a 128GB version.
With the release of the latest iPhone models from Apple, the guys at Phonebuff have pitted the iPhone 8 Plus against the Galaxy Note8 in a real-world speed test. Both features top of the line specs but they come with different internals and operating system. Although the iPhone X is Apple’s top of the line product, the iPhone 8 Plus also uses the same hexa-core A11 Bionic chip.
So, the best of iOS vs the best of Android, who will win? Head after the break to find out.
Much like Google has become the household name for search engines (no, nobody uses Bing, get out of here), GoPro is pretty much the go-to brand for users looking for an action cam that works and that can last.
Today, the company revealed their latest and most powerful action cam ever — the GoPro HERO6 Black — which, despite its similar exterior, may be one of the biggest new GoPro launches the company has made in a long time.
Hotlink has just revamped its mobile internet plans which now comes with more data than before. With just RM60/month, you can get up to 46GB of high-speed data plus unlimited calls to all networks.
If you look at smartphones today, nothing much has changed when it comes to form-factor. We’ve seen manufacturers offering thinner bezels and curved screens but they essentially candy bar designs. Unlike in the early 2000s, we do get phones in various shapes and sizes like the original Motorola Razr, V70, Flipout, Nokia 7280, 7600 and the HTC Desire Z.
For those who wants something different, ZTE will be introducing a foldable smartphone that can transform from a normal phone into a mini-tablet.
Xiaomi is always known for its online sales and now they are increasing its presence offline through their physical stores. Earlier this year, they had introduced their first Mi Premium Reseller Store in Penang and now they are bringing the same concept in Kuala Lumpur. We know the next one will be opening at Suria KLCC and now there’s another one located down south.
As more networks are shutting down their 2G networks, the throwback Nokia 3310 phone is becoming less useful in more places. Even if you do get 2G connectivity, browsing on GPRS (without EDGE) is painfully slow in this day and age.
To ensure that the Nokia 3310 stays relevant for those who want it, HMD Global has just announced a 3G version and it even comes with several new colours.
Guess who’s next on the full-view slim-bezel tall smartphone bandwagon? Wiko’s just launched a pair of mid-range tall smartphones and they’re called the View and View Prime.