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Samsung‘s Galaxy A (2016) series has been quite impressive thus far with a good build and good camera. Now, the South Korean electronics giant wants to bring out the big guns for the Malaysian market with their new Galaxy A9 Pro (2016) smartphone — a 6-inch behemoth that’s designed to eat up media tasks.
Huawei wasn’t kidding when they said that the Mate 8 represents a new style of business. It’s got a smorgasbord of awesome features that will help business professionals stay on top of their game and not miss a beat.
Here are eight reasons why the Mate 8 is the ultimate smartphone for business professionals.
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Hectic is what many would use to discuss the daily lives of modern individuals, and at the heart of it all is our smartphones. We travel from place to place using GPS navigation apps like Waze and Google Maps, take photos, check our social media feed, watch videos and play games.
It’s pretty insane how much we rely on our smartphones but many of them can barely keep up with us, needing to be constantly recharged. As a result, power banks have become a mainstay in our bags or clutches.
The Huawei Mate 8 has barely been launched but a few months ago and there’s already rumours about its successor. If the rumours are true, the Mate 9 will be home to a dual-rear camera setup as well as Huawei’s own chipset.
The Mate 8 is a formidable device. Not only is it Huawei’s latest and greatest phablet, it’s also one of the most powerful ones in the market. Powered by Huawei’s homegrown Kirin 950 processor mated to 3GB/4GB of RAM and 32GB/64GB of internal storage, the Mate 8 has got more than enough horsepower to run with the big boys.
What’s more, it’s got a much bigger display than a lot of this year’s flagships which puts it at #1 on the list for many who like to consume a lot of video content, browse web pages and play mobile games. But, it is up against some pretty amazing smartphones too.
That said, the Mate 8 does have some tricks up its sleeve that you probably won’t be able to find on many of this year’s flagship smartphones, not even on the mighty Samsung Galaxy S7 edge.
Huawei Malaysia wants to make it easier for you to step up to a brand new Mate 8. They are currently running a trade-in campaign where you can enjoy an instant rebate up to RM1,750. To sweeten the deal, Huawei is also giving an extra RM100 off if you’re getting the Huawei Mate 8 32GB model.
All aboard the VR hype train!
Huawei just unveiled three brand new VR headsets for their flagship P9, P9 Plus and Mate 8 smartphones. They look…oddly familiar if you ask me.
But, here’s the thing, you don’t have to do that because the Huawei Mate 8 has one big advantage over the competition.
The Huawei Mate 8 is now available on Maxis. They are offering the Premium spec version that comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of on-board storage. On their standard 24 month contract plan, it can be yours from as low as RM1,599 with their MaxisONE Plan. Alternatively, you can opt for Zerolution which gives you the option to swap phones every year.
Huawei is finally stepping up its phablet game in Malaysia with the launch of its new Mate 8. This replaces the Ascend Mate 7 phablet that was one of their first devices to feature a fingerprint scanner back in 2014. With an aspiration to take on the big boys, the Mate 8 is targeting the high-end market with premium design and compelling hardware.