Just slightly over a month since Apple had introduced the new iPhone trio, the Cupertino company will be having another special event in less than two weeks’ time. Apart from the iPhone, Apple has already refreshed its new MacBook Pro lineup with the latest 8th gen Intel Core processors. So, what else could Apple launch?
I’ve always had a soft spot for Fujifilm‘s X-series of digital cameras. Well, not so much the X-A, but definitely the X-T, X-H and X100. It’s that sexy combination of old-school good looks, excellent image quality and physical dials that give their cameras that X-factor, so to speak.
And today, I got to check out the latest entry into their line of X-T cameras. It’s called the X-T3 and I’m absolutely smitten.
When we think of robots, we think of the future, of how things will be better and easier when we have obedient, humanoid servants that will not need food, will not tire and will not say no to us. While we’re still some ways away from that future but…we’re getting there.
Having said that, robotics has come a very long way since the likes of Aibo and Asimo, and it has advanced tremendously in the past couple of years. Boston Dynamics has been at the forefront of robotics and have made a number of significant progress since it started developing autonomous robots.
The iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR are finally hitting Malaysia next week and you can pre-order your unit starting this Friday, 19 October. With price starting from RM3,599 for the iPhone XR and RM4,999 for the iPhone XS, you can pay less for the device via a telco where you can enjoy extra subsidies on a contract. Our four major telcos – Celcom, Digi, Maxis and U Mobile will be accepting pre-orders very soon.
The first time we saw a phone with a hidden camera was when vivo released a concept device called the Apex. That concept then became the vivo NEX, which was the first full all-display device. The front part was all screen, no notch, no speaker grill. To make that possible vivo had to house the front-facing camera in a very unique way. It was hidden inside the top part of the phone and popped up automatically when you needed to use it. The first time we saw the hidden camera mechanism in action, it was the best thing ever.
In the midst of all the hype surrounding Huawei‘s brand new Mate 20 smartphones, fellow Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi dropped a couple of details regarding their highly anticipated upcoming smartphone. I am, of course, talking about the Xiaomi Mi MIX 3.
While I’ve seen this phone multiple times over the year, I never got to see the final retail unit nor did I get to see the final retail box. And boy was I not prepared for it. I mean, I’ve seen some fancy boxes before — the original Mi MIX comes to mind — but the thing I loved about the ROG Phone one was just how much it oozed “gaming”, yet managed to not be incredibly garish at the same time.
If you’ve been eyeing Huawei‘s brand new Mate 20 smartphones, there’s good news because now I can tell you how much you will need to pony up if you want to get one of these flagship devices in your hands. Huawei’s bringing all three Mate 20 devices into Malaysia, but they will be a little more pricey than you may expect.
Yesterday, Xiaomi Malaysia revealed that their upcoming mid-range smartphone — the Redmi Note 6 Pro — would be launching locally this weekend. Today, the company finally revealed the most important thing about this phone on their Facebook page: The price.