If you’re wondering what’s the impact on smartphone prices, we’ve got it covered. Read on to find out how much smartphones would cost with 0% GST.
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With 5G expected to roll out in the next year or two, OPPO is taking video calls to the next level. Their Global Research Institute in Shenzhen have just demonstrated the world’s first 5G Video Call using 3D structured light technology.
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.
Ever since Android Marshmallow, version updates for the world’s most popular mobile operating system have been less about major redesigns and more about tweaking what works to make everything better. And, for the most part, it works because Android Oreo is definitely a slick experience.
However, with Android P, Google‘s shaking things up. This version of Android represents the biggest overhaul the company has made to the way you experience Android for a long time. It’s almost like an entirely new OS and here are the three biggest changes you need to know about.
Xiaomi has made a huge comeback in 2017. Not only it has regained its top 5 global smartphone position, they have also overtaken OPPO for the #4 spot worldwide.
According to IDC’s Q1 2018 mobile phone tracker report, global shipments have declined from 344.4 million to 334.3 million year-over-year for Q1. They added that China market is showing signs of a slowdown as their shipments have dropped below 100 million units for the first three months of 2018.
We’re back! This year, we’ve got another juicy new selection of budget-friendly smartphones under RM1,200. So, what’s new in 2018? Quite a lot, actually. This year’s crop of smartphones may be among the best ones we’ve seen especially if you’re looking at the amount of goodies you can get for your money.
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Just days after the launch of the OPPO F7 in Malaysia, the selfie-centric smartphone brand has just announced the arrival of its higher-spec version that comes with 128GB of storage. If you prefer the F7 with more storage, you can place your pre-order for the OPPO F7 128GB edition as early as next Monday.
UPDATE: OPPO F7 128GB is also available for pre-order in Malaysia.
OPPO’s latest selfie-centric smartphone, the F7, has finally arrived in Malaysia. It gets a larger display and it comes with a 25MP selfie camera with AI beautification features.
The OPPO F7 will officially launch in Malaysia on 19 April 2018. If you want to secure your unit, OPPO Malaysia is making pre-orders available starting this coming Monday, 16 April until 20 April 2018. As an added bonus, OPPO will be throwing in additional freebies worth RM299 for early bird customers.
Many might recognise OPPO as a top 5 smartphone maker, but did you know that OPPO also makes high-end audio-visual equipment? After 14 years in the business, OPPO Digital is shutting down.