When the Galaxy S9 and S9+ were introduced, DisplayMate says it had the best performing smartphone display. With the new Galaxy Note9, Samsung is raising the bar higher with the most advanced OLED display with a Full-Screen design.
The P20 Pro is a game changing flagship smartphone for Huawei. Not only it’s their best built flagship to date, it also features the highest rated camera on DxoMark Mobile. Before the year is out, Huawei will reveal its new Mate flagship which will be even bigger than before. Ahead of its announcement, the purported front panel has appeared online and it gives us a rough idea of what to expect from the upcoming Mate 20 series.
Yes 4G is also offering the latest Samsung Galaxy Note9 on contract. Originally retailing for RM3,699 for the 128GB version, the Galaxy Note9 can be yours for less than RM1,000 with a 24-month contract.
The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is now available for pre-order in Malaysia. If you prefer to get the device on a postpaid contract with unlimited data, U Mobile is bundling the Galaxy Note9 from as low as RM2,641.
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POCO is Xiaomi’s new smartphone sub-brand that aims to deliver fast flagship performance at a lower price point. The official launch event is taking place in India very soon but if you can’t wait, there’s already an unboxing video which gives us a clear look at the new “flagship killer.”
Huawei’s next flagship will be the Mate 20 series and it is expected to be even bigger in size than the P20 Pro. Ahead of its official announcement, a Lite version of the Mate 20 has appeared online and it also carries over a “premium” design element from its Porsche Design series.
A few years ago, OnePlus used to be the “flagship killer” but now that title seems to go to Xiaomi for its super affordable flagship offering. The Mi MIX 2S that offers a “bezel-less” screen with a Snapdragon 845 processor is priced under RM2,000 and their latest Mi 8 is going for as low as RM1,599, which is insanely good value for money.
If the Mi 8 is still too expensive, Xiaomi has just introduced a new sub-brand and their new device could be the most affordable Snapdragon 845 smartphone ever.
The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is finally revealed and it’s coming to Malaysia in less than 2 weeks time. For a quick recap on what’s new, here’s everything you need to know about Samsung’s latest phablet that comes with a productive stylus.
Xiaomi Malaysia just announced that their latest Mi 8 flagship smartphone will officially go on sale in Malaysia next week. However, its most fascinating feature is the device’s price tag, as this full-on flagship smartphone can be yours for below RM1,600.
Today, Maxis launched Zerolution360. As its name would suggest, it is the green telco’s new phone ownership/membership program that allows you to trade upfront payments for monthly installments. However, it doesn’t replace Zerolution. Instead, Zerolution360 will exist alongside it, while also being more affordable.
Here are three things you need to know about it