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With the rise in popularity of blockchain technology, it becomes crucial that people get a head start in finding the best way to use this relatively new technology. When it comes to that, not many understand this need better than Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB).
Shrinking bezels and notched displays are all steps towards an ultimate goal: An all-screen smartphone. A device with no notch, chin nor forehead. The kind of phone you see depicted in sci-fi movies as the “phone of the future”.
It’s not easy, obviously, because the front of your smartphone has a whole bunch of sensors, controllers and various other elements necessary to give you a full smartphone experience. That meant the past few years have been all about moving these elements around, finding compromises and coming up with new technology to overcome this final hurdle.
And while everyone’s looking at the big dogs at Samsung, Huawei or Apple for this, it appears that Lenovo could be the first company to crack the all-screened smartphone code. Here’s the Z5 and it apparently has a borderline absurd 95% screen-to-body ratio.
UPDATE: Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS will be available from 18 May 2018.
For those interested in the Huawei P20 Pro but looking for something more exclusive, the Porsche Design Mate RS is now available in Malaysia. This is a premium version of the P20 Pro that has a “notch-less” FullView display and it also comes with a LEICA Triple-Camera setup.
When you’re looking for a value-oriented device, good looks are usually sacrificed for raw spec-sheet performance. And that’s completely fair because companies have to shave bits here and there anyway if they want to keep prices low.
Apparently, honor didn’t get the memo because their flagship smartphones — since the gorgeous honor 8 — have remained some of the prettiest smartphones money can buy. Now, they’ve got the brand new honor 10 and I think it’s easily the prettiest one they’ve made yet.
UPDATE: Ministry of Finance announced that GST will be zero-rated effective 1 June 2018.
Today, a purported press release declaring GST will be abolished by 1 June 2018 has been circulating online. It claims to be from the Ministry of Finance and it also mentions that GST collected from 9 May 2018 will be refunded back as compensation. The purported release also mentions that no new tax will be introduced throughout the first two years of Pakatan Harapan’s administration.
UPDATE: OPPO R15 Pro Malaysian launch is taking place on 24 May 2018.
OPPO which is known for its selfie-centric smartphones is finally introducing its higher R series smartphones in Malaysia. For the past year, OPPO Malaysia has focused primarily on its F5 and F7 series, and the last R-series we got was the OPPO R9s. If you’re looking for an OPPO smartphone with better specs and VOOC fast charging, the OPPO R15 will be hitting our shores very soon.
Samsung has just reopened its Premium Care Centre at Plaza Low Yat in Kuala Lumpur. In conjunction with its reopening, they are offering 30% discount on parts and repairs as well as add-on protection plans and warranty for your Galaxy device.
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After months of anticipation, the OnePlus 6 will be unveiled this coming Wednesday. Just days ahead of the flagship smartphone announcement, Amazon has accidentally revealed the OnePlus 6 product page which provides a clear view of the device and its hardware specification.