The current Redmi 5 series is barely 7 months old and Xiaomi has just announced the Redmi 6 and Redmi 6A smartphones. These are entry-level devices that are priced under RM500 (799CNY) and both of them offer a taller 18:9 “Full View” display in a more compact package.
Before OPPO was known for its selfie-centric smartphones, the Chinese smartphone maker used to make impressive flagship devices with its Find series. The OPPO Find 7, for example, was the first commercial smartphone with a Quad HD display. On top of that, it came with an impressive VOOC charger that can do 0-75% charge in just 30 minutes.
After a four year hiatus, the Find series is back and OPPO has confirmed that their upcoming smartphone will be known as the Find X. Ahead of its launch next week, its processor, RAM and storage are now revealed in its latest teaser.
Xiaomi’s next Android One smartphone, the Mi A2 is expected to be based on the Mi 6X. Before their next Android One smartphone is revealed, it appears that there will be a cheaper version and it could be coming to Malaysia very soon.
A smartphone is no longer just a device that helps you to make phone calls, send texts, surf the web or take photos; it is also a fashion statement. The kind of phone you use reflects who you are as an individual and honor, with their brand-new flagship honor 10, has taken this to heart.
Let’s begin with its physical features. honor 10’s gorgeous Aurora Glass Design is heavily inspired by Italy’s glass making techniques from the early 7th century. Combined with modern technology, honor was able to create something unique and breathtaking with this smartphone. It looks nothing like what we’ve seen from other smartphone makers and it opens new possibilities of what can be done with glass.
Raya week is finally here and it’s the time of the year where most people will be travelling back to their hometowns. For a smoother drive, Waze has shared a couple of useful tips and most importantly the worst travel times that you should avoid for the next couple of days.
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