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First Galaxy A device with 5G! Samsung Galaxy A42 5G | ICYMI #437

Today on ICYMI, we are going to talk about the new Samsung Galaxy A42 which is also known as the first smartphone in the A series to have 5G. Besides that, the very popular Proton X50 will also be available for subscription soon and you can get your car delivered within 7 days.

Proton X50 available for subscription soon, delivery within 7 days

The Proton X50 is one of the hottest SUVs in Malaysia at the moment with over 27,000 bookings by the end of October. If you want to skip the queue and drive one home without down payment, car subscription platform Flux has announced that they are offering the new compact SUV for subscription very soon. Find out more here.

Samsung Galaxy A42 5G Malaysia

Samsung Malaysia has just released the Galaxy A42 5G and this is their first GalaxyApart from supporting the next generation high-speed connectivity, the device runs on a Snapdragon processor and it has a bigger battery than the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. This device is officially priced at RM1,599 and it comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Click here to find out more about the device.

MagSafe Duo requires uprated adapter yet you still don’t get full charging speed

It seems like the 20W USB-C power adapter from Apple which costs RM99 will allow the Duo Charger to charge wirelessly up to 11W. But if you want to charge faster, you’ll have to get a 27W or higher USB-C power adapter which pushes a faster 14W wireless charging. Click here to find out more.

MySejahtera has helped to detect over 9,000 COVID-19 cases in Malaysia

The Ministry of Health frevealed that MySejahtera has helped authorities to detect 18% of total COVID-19 cases in the country. The app was launched in April this year and it has become Malaysia’s default application for contact tracing. Details here.

SEE ALSO:  Health Ministry: MySejahtera has helped to detect over 9,000 COVID-19 cases in Malaysia