If you’re looking for a new selfie-centric smartphone that runs Android and comes with a “notch” display, the vivo V9 is launching in Malaysia very soon. The local launch event was teased by vivo’s Malaysian Fan Club page on Facebook and it’s happening right before Huawei announces its upcoming P20 flagship.
With virtually every Chinese smartphone maker releasing an iPhone X inspired “notch” display smartphone, you’ll be pleased to know that Xiaomi isn’t following the same trend, just yet. For their upcoming Mi MIX 2S, it was earlier speculated that Xiaomi could add a notch at the top of its bezel-less phone while others have indicated that it might settle for a corner notch design just to house its front camera.
We are about one week away to the launch of the P20 series and almost everything we need to know about the latest Huawei flagships has been revealed. Until now, the actual size of the display is still a question mark and German-based leakster Roland Quandt has finally dropped more details including RAM and storage capacities of both models.
Since the Galaxy S5, Samsung has included an optical heart rate sensor at the back of its flagship smartphones. Over the years, they added new features to measure oxygen saturation and stress levels. On the Galaxy S9 and S9+, there’s a hidden new feature and it allows you to measure your current blood pressure.
Looking for a curved gaming monitor on a budget? Shopee is currently having a deal for a 23.5″ Samsung curved screen monitor and you can get it at RM341 off.
The iPhone SE was an interesting device. It was introduced before the iPhone 7 and it offered iPhone 6s hardware in a body of an iPhone 5S. If you think the iPhone SE is irrelevant for 2018, it looks like Apple could be releasing a new one and it might look something like this.
Huawei and honor are flooding the mid-range segment with its array of Full View smartphones in Malaysia. You have the Huawei Nova 2i, honor 7X, honor 9 Lite and most recently they have launched the Huawei Nova 2 Lite. Now, the Nova 2i can be yours at RM400 less from its original launch price.
Not interested with the Samsung Galaxy S9? Does the Huawei P20 not light a fire in your loins? Well, there is good news because next week you’re going to have another brand new smartphone vying for the precious ringgits in your wallet. Who’s excited for the new Sony Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact?
Lazada Malaysia is having a flash sale for the Xiaomi Mi A1. Instead of paying RM999, the Mi A1 can be yours for less than RM800 but it’s only available for the next couple of hours.