The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ for Malaysia come in three colours and in 3 different storage capacities. However, Maxis, Digi and U Mobile are only offering two models – the Galaxy S9 64GB and Galaxy S9+ with 128GB of storage and not all of them has all 3 colours available. If you’re looking for a specific model and colour, you might want to check out Celcom as they offer the full range of Galaxy S9 and S9+ on their network.
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That’s right, ROG has partnered up with G-Shock to produce a Limited Edition ROG G-Shock watch that they’re giving away with purchases of select laptops as well as a lucky-draw over the next two months.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are now available for pre-order in Malaysia and you can get one from U Mobile from as low as RM1,819 with its Ultimate Device plans. As part of the ongoing pre-order promo, you can also get a Harman Kardon wireless speaker worth RM699 for free.
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Digi is also offering the latest Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ on contract. If you pre-order now, you can get a free Harman Kardon Onyx worth RM699 and they will deliver your device from 9 March onwards.
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Samsung really doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to their smartphone displays, and they’ve been making steady improvements over their flagship models. Needless to say, their latest flagship the Samsung Galaxy S9 has been deemed to a display so good that it’s indistinguishable from perfect.
Pre-orders are now open for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ in Malaysia, and if you prefer to get it on contract, both are now available on Maxis postpaid contract from as low as RM2,099. For those who prefer to get the device in monthly instalments and RM0 cash upfront, it’s also available on the Zerolution program from RM97/month.
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The latest Galaxy S9 and S9+ from Samsung are heading for Malaysia very soon and here’s your chance to be among the first in the country to get it. Both smartphones are available for pre-orders starting this Thursday, 1 March and if you’re looking for the best deals, here’s why Senheng and senQ should be your top choice to get it.
Just days after the Galaxy S9 and S9+ were announced at Barcelona, Samsung Malaysia is accepting pre-orders for its flagship duo starting at 10AM today. If you place your booking now, the Galaxy S9 or S9+ could be in your hands by next Friday.
Ok I may have exaggerated a bit. The CAT S61 doesn’t really shoot lasers, instead, the built-in laser is used for distance and area measurement. Yes, you read that right, this is a smartphone with a built-in laser measurement tool.
CAT has been building smartphones for a few years now and being a brand that’s synonymous with construction work, you can understand why the S61 is a rugged phone. The rugged phone concept is not anything new though. Many brands have tried and are still building rugged smartphones but the S61 is unique because of the array of tools built-into the device.
I think something that a lot of people forget is that in technology, it’s not about who does it first, it’s about who does it best. Google wasn’t the first search engine, Apple wasn’t the first company to come up with a “smartphone”, and Facebook wasn’t the first social media network.
Being the first to bring something into the market is severely overrated and it looks like ASUS has realised that too. With its brand new smartphone — the ZenFone 5 — the company looks like it’s ditching all attempts at being first, or even original. Instead, they focused on borrowing the good bits from several of the top smartphone makers, tweaking them (in some cases, improving upon them), then combining all of it into a smartphone.
Sure, you could say that they’re just blatantly copying their competition’s homework, but I think it’s a stroke of genius and here’s why.