There are so many great phones available for under RM1,000 these days. If you’re looking for something different, the Lenovo K8 Note might be an alternative to the Redmi 5 Plus. To make it even more enticing, you can get it now at RM450 off.
Portrait Mode has pretty much taken the world by storm. Forget about fancy variable aperture lens cameras or triple lens cameras, people are only concerned with whether their phone can take pictures of their faces with creamy blurred out backgrounds.
Now, Instagram is making this shooting mode even more accessible with their brand new feature called Focus. Essentially, it lets you take Portrait Mode photos even if your phone can’t. But, how does it stack up to the iPhone X‘s Portrait Mode?
For the upcoming G7 flagship, you can expect LG to slap on more AI features especially in the camera department.
It’s not often that you get to watch a record-breaking event, but this time you can and it’s thanks to beIN SPORTS CONNECT.
BlackBerry as a smartphone brand is still alive and kicking with TCL taking charge of the device business. After introducing the water-resistant BlackBerry Motion, a new BlackBerry device that will replace the QWERTY KEYone could be announced very soon. A couple of high-quality renders have appeared online which gives us a clear look at the new Android-powered Blackberry device that carries the codename Athena.
It’s no secret that honor’s flagship smartphones are based on Huawei’s current top of the line models. With the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro out of the bag, the online-centric sub-brand is expected to release a similar smartphone that carries a lower price tag.
If you thought LG forgot about their flagship smartphone this year, you’re wrong. The South Korean company will be launching their flagship G7 globally in less than a month’s time! The only problem is that they’ve added a really dumb suffix to their once clean flagship name: This year’s phone will be called the LG G7 ThinQ.
The Huawei P20 and P20 Pro were announced without OIS for its main RGB cameras. Instead, it features Huawei’s own AIS (AI Image stabilisation) which is basically a more intelligent version of EIS (Electronic Image Stabilisation). According to Huawei, the P20 Pro does get OIS on its telephoto lens for steadier shots while zooming in.
Just recently, ifixit has posted a teardown of the P20 Pro and it reveals something rather interesting.
Based on the comments online, it is clear that Twilight is the favourite colour for the Huawei P20 series. It offers a gradient colour effect that transitions from purple to blue to green, which is something you don’t often see on a smartphone. During the local launch, Huawei Malaysia has introduced all colours except for Twilight. If you’re looking forward to this unique paint job, it looks there’s a chance that can buy one in a few week’s time.
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