The (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are now available in Malaysia. Despite not being in Apple’s first wave countries, the official online store for Malaysia is now accepting orders and they will ship it within 2 business days.
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It’s no secret that honor’s flagship smartphones are based on Huawei’s current top of the line models. With the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro out of the bag, the online-centric sub-brand is expected to release a similar smartphone that carries a lower price tag.
If you thought LG forgot about their flagship smartphone this year, you’re wrong. The South Korean company will be launching their flagship G7 globally in less than a month’s time! The only problem is that they’ve added a really dumb suffix to their once clean flagship name: This year’s phone will be called the LG G7 ThinQ.
In tech, it feels like everything that was once big will eventually become small. Stuff like phones, desktop towers, laptops, and display bezels have all shrunk significantly over the past few years. It’s all about getting more into less and last year, gaming laptops got a massive leg up in this space.
NVIDIA’s Max-Q design GPUs were created for the sole purpose of cramming the best graphical performance in the smallest form-factor possible — even in bodies that are as slim as 2cm thick. And that gave way to a rise in the number of super slim gaming laptops that, as we found out, were all pretty darn good.
So, if the slim ones are so good, why would you ever buy something as massive as Lenovo’s Legion Y920 gaming laptop?
The Huawei P20 and P20 Pro were announced without OIS for its main RGB cameras. Instead, it features Huawei’s own AIS (AI Image stabilisation) which is basically a more intelligent version of EIS (Electronic Image Stabilisation). According to Huawei, the P20 Pro does get OIS on its telephoto lens for steadier shots while zooming in.
Just recently, ifixit has posted a teardown of the P20 Pro and it reveals something rather interesting.
Based on the comments online, it is clear that Twilight is the favourite colour for the Huawei P20 series. It offers a gradient colour effect that transitions from purple to blue to green, which is something you don’t often see on a smartphone. During the local launch, Huawei Malaysia has introduced all colours except for Twilight. If you’re looking forward to this unique paint job, it looks there’s a chance that can buy one in a few week’s time.
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Nokia has officially launched the brand new Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 1 smartphones in Malaysia. While the former is a premium mid-ranger, the latter is Malaysia’s first Android Oreo (Go edition) entry-level smartphone.
When it comes to online shopping on portals such as Lazada Malaysia, the common way to pay is via online banking or credit/debit card. Now Lazada has introduced its own wallet which aims to make payments and even refunds quicker than before.
UPDATE: The 14th General Election is happening on 9 May.
UPDATE 2: You can now check the actual venue for polling day.
Parliament was dissolved last week and the 14th Malaysian general election is happening very soon. If you’re a registered voter, it is advisable that you check your voting details at least a week before you head to the polls.
Whether this is your first time or if you’ve cast your vote before, here are three ways to check on your current status.