Obviously, being a superstar is something many aspire to be. But the problem is that not everyone can afford to shell out more than RM1,000 to become a proper nova superstar with the Huawei Nova 2i. Thankfully, the company knows that too and today they launched the more affordable Huawei Nova 2 Lite so everyone can be a superstar.
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If you’re looking for a stock Android smartphone on a budget, the Nokia 2 is now available in Malaysia. This is Nokia’s most affordable smartphone for our market which boasts a 2-day battery life from its 4,100mAh battery.
Xiaomi has finally introduced more variants of its Redmi 5 series in the Malaysian market. Whether you’re looking for something cheaper or for a device that packs more RAM and storage, Xiaomi has got you covered with a total of 4 models.
Xiaomi’s Redmi 5 series is getting expanded by the end of this week. After introducing its single 3GB RAM + 32GB storage variant for the Malaysian market, Xiaomi will be releasing two more models to cover different price points.
This is it. If you’re looking for a new mid-range smartphone with an 18:9/Full display from Xiaomi, the Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus are now available in Malaysia. Priced from RM679, this is the most affordable “Full Display” smartphone you can buy in Malaysia.
UPDATE: It appears that retailer DirectD has removed their Redmi 5/5 Plus product pages and social post.
UPDATE 2: The Redmi 5/5 Plus are now officially on sale in Malaysia.
Xiaomi’s latest Redmi 5 series has finally arrived in Malaysia with official Xiaomi Malaysia warranty. Available in two sizes, the Redmi 5 is priced from RM679, making it one of the most affordable 18:9 smartphones you can buy right now.
UPDATE: The Redmi 5/5 Plus with Xiaomi Malaysia warranty have finally arrived. Priced from RM679.
Looking for an affordable “FullView” display smartphone that has decent hardware and an affordable price tag? The Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus are some of the top contenders that are priced under RM800. If you prefer not to get imported sets, it appears that the official Mi Malaysia units are hitting our shores as early as next week.
If you’re looking for a smartphone that has better hardware than the budget-friendly Redmi 5A, here’s an interesting offer for the honor 5C. Announced back in 2016, the honor 5C was an affordable mid-range device that comes with a full HD display, a capable 16nm octa-core processor and it has a metal back design. Originally priced at RM799, you can get it now at almost 50% off.
Looking for a different kind of mid-range smartphone with generous specs? The ZTE Nubia Z17 mini which has 6GB of RAM and a whopping 128GB of storage is getting a price cut just in time for the Chinese New Year season. Originally priced at RM1,699, the Nubia Z17 mini is now going for only RM1,399.
It’s no secret that I’m not a big fan of Sony’s mid-range handsets. It didn’t matter if it was the budget mid-range option or their premium mid-range handset, they were never attractive from a price-to-performance perspective. But to be fair, this problem wasn’t unique to Sony’s mid-range devices because their flagships were grossly overpriced too.
That is, until they launched the Xperia XZ1. Sony’s newest 2017 flagship finally showed us that hey, maybe they’re listening after all because with that handset, the company went from making god-awful value smartphones to just making debatably bad value smartphones.
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