Distributor Brightstar Malaysia is organising a 3-day warehouse sale that’s taking place next weekend. They are offering iPhones and Monster Audio products with up to 50% off and they also have accessories to clear with up to 85% discount.
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If you’re looking for a different kind of flagship, the LG V30+ is finally coming to Malaysia. This is LG’s flagship smartphone that features an 18:9 FullVision OLED display and a dual-camera setup with a f/1.6 Crystal Clear Lens. It was first introduced during IFA 2017 about seven months ago.
If you cut me, I’d probably bleed Fujifilm. I’ve been a fan of the Fujifilm X line of cameras since I saw the first X100. There’s just something about the way they look, the way you take pictures with them, the great selection of glass and the amazing photographs their X-Trans sensors can produce.
But, they aren’t without fault. Weaknesses that range from a lack of full-frame options to their sub-par video recording are issues that have plagued the lineup for the longest time. And, it wasn’t until recently that they finally built a camera with in-body image stabilisation.
All of these things have already been done, and some might argue done better, by the kings of mirrorless in the modern age: Sony. I never really bought into the hype for Sony’s cameras because their menu systems are convoluted and I’ve always felt that they lacked the “soul” of a Fujifilm camera.
Then, Sony launched the a7 III and they managed to create something that may quite literally be too good to ignore.
Samsung Malaysia has introduced its new Galaxy J smartphone for 2018 with the arrival of the Galaxy J2 Pro in our local market. Officially priced at RM499, the Galaxy J2 Pro comes with a Super AMOLED display and it’s also a dual-SIM device that supports 4G.
The Redmi Note series has always been the defacto choice for anyone looking for a value for money smartphone under RM1,000. The next iteration, the Redmi Note 5 (also known as the Redmi Note 5 Pro in India) is finally making its way to more countries.
The device will be launching in Indonesia in the next two weeks and it is an indication that it could be hitting Malaysia very soon.