Every phone, no matter how “revolutionary” will have undoubtedly have compromises, things that people don’t like about it. Things that some of us hate, even. It was that way when Samsung launched the Galaxy Note8, so it’s probably no surprise then that it’s also that way when Apple launched the iPhone X.
Thinking of getting one? We think you should read this first.
If you’re from Malaysia and you buy stuff online, you would probably know of sites like Lazada and 11street. They’re known for big deals and relatively low prices on a wide range of products including electronics and gadgets.
But if you’re really hunting for the best deals on gadgets and electronics, those in the know, know that there is one website that sells most of these items more affordably than anywhere else. It’s called GEMFIVE and today is a sad day because it looks like our favourite e-commerce site is dead.
iPhone X. Apple’s trying their hardest to convince you that this is the next big thing. That this is the smartphone that all smartphones will look like in the future. That this is the phone all other phones will be benchmarked against.
But is it really? I’m not convinced. I’ve combed through a whole bunch of articles and videos about this smartphone but I’m still unconvinced. All of us at SoyaCincau have a lot of strong opinions about the handset. Some are deeply unimpressed while others are less so.
Despite this back-and-forth debate, though, all of us do agree that there is one big thing on the iPhone X that will almost certainly not be the “future of smartphones”. Yep, this is a story about Face ID.
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 has finally arrived in Malaysia. It is the best flagship smartphone yet that’s designed to help you do bigger things for both work and play. To find out more, here are 8 cool things you can do on the Galaxy Note8.
The phablet you’ve been waiting for is finally here. Samsung’s Galaxy Note8 has been officially launched in Malaysia and it is currently on sale nationwide today. If you missed out on the pre-order promo that Samsung ran from the 5th to 10th of September, don’t worry, because Samsung is also having a limited time roadshow promo too.
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It was a nail-biting time for HTC fans as news broke yesterday that the company had suspended the trading of their shares pending a major announcement. Many speculated that this was the long rumoured “Google buyout” of HTC’s smartphone business which would lead to the company never making a new smartphone again.
Today, the deal has been finalised and while Google is going to spend USD1.1 billion on HTC, it’s not quite the buyout people had speculated.