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ASUS had enjoyed great success with its original ZenFone and ZenFone 2. Both series offered top notch specs with generous storage at unbeatable prices. Unfortunately, the Taiwanese smartphone maker didn’t enjoy the same accomplishment as they moved upmarket with the ZenFone 3 and ZenFone 4.
With more competition heating up in the entry to mid-range segment, ASUS appears to be making a huge comeback with its new ZenFone Max Pro. This could possibly be the best smartphone you can get for less than RM1,000 in Malaysia.
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After introducing the Galaxy A8 and A8+ (2018) early this year, Samsung appears to be releasing two more mid-range smartphones which could be more affordable. Based on recent leaks, these are the Galaxy A6 and A6+ (2018) and they share similar screen sizes of 5.6″ and 6.0″ with an 18.5:9 Infinity Display.
If you’ve been searching for a budget-friendly smartphone with a Full View display, honor Malaysia’s got good news for you. The company will be putting their already good-value honor 9 Lite smartphone on a 1-day only sale this week.
Been waiting for HTC Malaysia to finally launch their affordable mid-range handsets, the Desire 12 and Desire 12+, locally? You won’t have to wait much longer because the handset is finally coming this week. And if you’re quick, you can get it at up to RM170 off.
Last week, Xiaomi has unveiled the Black Shark, a high-end gaming smartphone that could take on the Razer phone. If you’re interested to buy one in Malaysia, you can get it as early as the end of this week through a grey importer.
Ever looked at the Samsung Galaxy Note8 and gone “yeah, I like the internals, but I wish it was in another smartphone body and had a different Android skin on top that looks even more kiddish”? Good news! There’s now a phone for you and it’s Meizu‘s brand new flagship handset.
The compact iPhone SE is expected to be replaced very soon. Earlier on, it was rumoured to come with a fresh redesign which looks like the iPhone X. According to a new rumour, the new compact iPhone could be announced as early as May and it could retain the same iconic design as before.
UPDATE: ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1 is now official. Expected to arrive in Malaysia in mid-May 2018.
ASUS will be unveiling the ZenFone Max Pro M1 which appears to be the successor to its current ZenFone Max Plus M1. It gets a larger 6” display in an 18:9 aspect ratio and it packs pretty decent hardware that could challenge Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 5.
If you don’t like ASUS ZenFone for its UI and “bloatware”, you might just change your mind with this upcoming mid-range smartphone.
Remember Liam, the recycling robot? In conjunction with Earth Day, Apple has introduced a newer robot and it’s called Daisy. Just like its predecessor, Daisy can take apart high-quality materials from old devices which other manufacturers can’t. On top of that, it can disassemble up to 200 iPhone devices per hour. That’s about 18 seconds per iPhone.