For those who use Chinese as their default language, you can now use Bixby in Mandarin. Bixby Chinese support was first introduced in China last month and it’s finally here in Malaysia.
Looking for a better deal for the OnePlus 5T? The authorised OnePlus Malaysia store on Shopee is now bundling an additional Dash Charger for free. So, you can keep a charger at home and have another unit at the office.
Ask anyone who has some experience with searching for the best bang-for-buck smartphone and they’ll probably tell you to avoid big brands when you’re on a tight budget. Stick to something like Xiaomi, for example, and you’re bound to get something that’ll give you way more smartphone for your money.
But that doesn’t stop big brands like Samsung from making entry and mid-range smartphones. And the thing I noticed with something like Samsung’s brand new Galaxy A8 is that they’re getting dangerously good at doing this.
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In a bid to get graduates to repay back their student loan, PTPTN is running a campaign where you can stand a chance to win an iPhone X. This phone giveaway campaign is running throughout the month of December 2017.
The Redmi Note 4 is undeniably the best bang for your buck smartphone priced under RM1,000. You get a decent sized 5.5″ Full HD screen and a frugal yet capable Snapdragon 625 processor with a generous amount of RAM and storage. If you’re waiting for its successor, it appears that Xiaomi is dropping the Redmi “Note” moniker so you won’t be seeing a Redmi Note 5 model anytime soon.