UPDATE: Huawei has launched the Nova 3 and Nova 3i in Malaysia. Here’s everything you need to know.
Huawei‘s been killing it in the flagship smartphone segment with their head-turner P20 and P20 Pro smartphones. Today they’re trying to take control of the premium mid-range market too, with two brand new smartphones. They’re called the Nova 3 and the Nova 3i, and on the surface of things these look like very capable smartphones.
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While Huawei has their P and Mate series taking centre stage, their Nova series is gaining more traction with its selfie-focused smartphones. When the Nova 2i was announced last year, it was an affordable FullView smartphone that comes with a total of four cameras.
To take the Nova series up to the next level, Huawei has finally introduced the Nova 3 and Nova 3i. These are Huawei’s first AI-powered 24MP selfie smartphones that comes with a total of four cameras.
I don’t think any other phone has excited me this year (at least, so far) more than the OPPO Find X. It was this jaw-dropping handset that seemed to simultaneously revive the company’s Find flagship series and give everyone the solution to what I liked to call the “camera conundrum”.
But things always look good at launch. The real test was whether it would also look good in real life. Short answer? Yes. A thousand times yes.
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The silver screen has pretty much become the epitome of production value. Big budgets, great cameras, talented operators and months of post production will certainly give Hollywood blockbusters a polish you won’t find in many other places.
That said, short of catching these epic flicks in the theatres, it can be quite difficult to get the full visual experience a feature film can bring. But it’s not impossible. In fact, it just got a whole lot easier because now you can actually buy the same TV that Hollywood professionals use as part of their work process. You can buy the Panasonic FZ1000 OLED TV.
Grab Durian is back and you can enjoy a whole Musang King durian for only RM8. You would need to secure it today with your Grab points and you can redeem it this coming weekend.
UPDATE: Can’t check? TM will send an email to you instead.
To bring Malaysia’s internet up to speed, TM had announced a free speed upgrade for both Unifi and Streamyx customers. For those on Unifi Fibre Broadband, existing customers will get 10X speed upgrade of up to 800Mbps while Streamyx customers will get 2X faster speeds. To keep its customers informed, TM has released a page when you can check if you qualify for the speed upgrade and when you’re getting it.
Samsung will be announcing the Galaxy Note9 on the 9th of August and this is their next flagship phablet that comes with a stylus. We had a rough idea of what it looks like from several leaked renders and now we have a clear look at the device through a couple of photos.