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UPDATE: Good news! We have updated and published a brand new Best smartphones under RM1,200 guide! It includes the new devices that have launched since this guide was published as well as the new discounted prices thanks to zero-rated GST. You can check it out here.
We’re back! This year, we’ve got another juicy new selection of budget-friendly smartphones under RM1,200. So, what’s new in 2018? Quite a lot, actually. This year’s crop of smartphones may be among the best ones we’ve seen especially if you’re looking at the amount of goodies you can get for your money.
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If you’re sick and tired of dealing with low-ballers and cheap people who are constantly asking for the “best price” for your secondhand products on websites like Mudah and Carousell, there’s good news!
Now you’ve got a whole new platform for you to list your secondhand products and deal with even more low-ballers and cheap people asking for the “best price”, because Facebook has just launched “Marketplace” in Malaysia!
Xiaomi has always been a low price leader when it comes to smartphones. When they first came to Malaysia, their RM36 10,400mAh power banks were the hottest items in town. Also not forgetting is the Xiaomi Mi 3, a flagship smartphone which you could get at only RM889.
The low pricing was made possible with its model of selling directly to customers online. Back then, there were no distributors or dealers involved and they don’t spend on marketing.
During the launch of the Mi 6X, Xiaomi has promised that they will cap its net profit margin to just 5%. That’s quite a remarkable pledge since Xiaomi has started expanding its presence with physical stores and have engaged with distributors at selected markets like Malaysia.