Most of us know Samsung usually makes two big flagship smartphone launches every year. But, if you’re someone who follows this company closely, you’ll know that there is a third Android flagship and it comes in a very unconventional form-factor. Unconventional in the modern smartphone era, at least.
It’s a flip phone and this year it’s called the W2018. Usually, these flip phones basically condense the high-end specs of their Galaxy flagships into this smaller flip-phone form-factor. This time though, things are a little different because the W2018 has something no other Galaxy smartphone has.
Want to get a OnePlus 5T with official Malaysian warranty? Authorised distributor Brightstar has finally released a teaser that the new OnePlus flagship is coming to Malaysia very soon.
For many, YouTube has become the source of video entertainment because of how convenient it is to use on-the-go and the wealth of content that gets uploaded to it. However, watching those videos require a lot of data. If you’re someone who’s broke af and can only afford the most basic mobile data plans, your YouTube watching ability becomes severely limited.
This is where YouTube Go comes in with the goal of alleviating some of these data consumption concerns.
UPDATE:: Xiaomi Redmi 5 series is now official.
If you love a big honking screen in a small smartphone body but you don’t have much money, there’s good news because your options for budget 18:9 minimal bezel smartphones are about to get wider. Equipped with what people are now calling the “Full View” display, ASUS‘ upcoming ZenFone Max Plus will be launching locally really soon.
And the best part is that it’s going to be more affordable than a large majority of its competition.
18:9 or better known as Full View displays are becoming a rage right now. With more smartphone makers adopting this tall display approach, honor is trying to make this feature more accessible to the masses with its latest honor 7X.
The OPPO F5 6GB version will be available for pre-order in Malaysia this week. Initially teased to come only in red colour, the higher-spec selfie-centric smartphone will be offered in another new colour option.
Maxis and its prepaid brand, Hotlink, have finally introduced carrier billing which lets you buy apps, subscribe to Apple Music and iCloud storage without having to use a payment card. Similar to Celcom, U Mobile and Digi, you can charge your purchases to your postpaid bill or by deducting your existing prepaid credit.