Today’s episode covers some really interesting stories. The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and Note 10 Pro are set to be launched in Malaysia on December the 3rd, while Xiaomi will also be introducing 100W fast-charging soon. Meanwhile, there’s been some controversial comments by Aflix TV CEO, and we’ll explain if the police have a right to check your smartphone at roadblocks.
Xiaomi 100W fast-charging
Xiaomi’s Super Charge Turbo technology is expected to be introduced on a new smartphone in 2020, and the Chinese company says that the tech will allow for a 4,000mAh battery to be charged in just 17 minutes.
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 & Pro
The Mi Note 10 and 10 Pro are coming to Malaysia on the 3rd of December. The Note 10, aka the Xiaomi CC9 Pro, will be the first smartphone in the world to feature a 108MP main camera, while the Pro version could feature a flagship class Snapdragon 855+ processor. Here are the details.
Aflix TV CEO comments on Netflix censorship
Aflix TV is an upcoming local streaming platform, that calls itself the “world’s first ethical entertainment streaming platform”—but it’s been drawing attention for some rather contradicting reasons.
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Can Police officers check your smartphone at roadblocks?
Deputy Home Minister Datuk Mohd Azis Jamman reportedly said in a Parliament meeting that the police can, in order to ensure that it doesn’t contain obscene or offensive material as well as content that can threaten national security. But this has been countered by a former IGP and the Home Affairs Ministry.