2018 is turning out to be an awesome year for mid-range smartphones. In addition to the already solid crop of phones from ASUS, Xiaomi, and even honor, we actually got a wildcard from Xiaomi sub-brand POCOPHONE that pretty much took the world by storm.
Now, another contender joins the fray and it also comes from one of the most unlikely places: An OPPO sub-brand called Realme. Meet the Realme 2 and Realme 2 Pro.
I don’t believe anything is more frustrating for a content creator, working with videos and photos, than having your SD card die on you. Well, maybe when Adobe’s Premiere Pro freezes on you before you’ve saved after a 5-hour edit session, but I think that still takes second place to a dead SD card.
The good news is, Sony understands that. In a world full of fragile electronic devices that hold our entire life, the company has unveiled their brand new SD card whose name leaves very little to the imagination.
Samsung’s big launch of the Galaxy Note9 will take place tomorrow night (9th of August) and while everyone’s pretty hyped about that, we just received information that Samsung’s latest flagship will officially be launched in Malaysia next week.
Huawei’s new selfie-centric superstar, the Nova 3i is now available throughout Malaysia. This is their mid-range smartphone which succeeds the popular Nova 2i, To bring its photography capabilities up a notch, the latest Nova series also comes with 4 cameras that are now enhanced with AI features.
Huawei has just launched their brand new mid-range duo, the Huawei Nova 3 and Nova 3i, in Malaysia. These are AI-powered handsets with quad cameras and a gorgeous new glass and metal body. Here is everything you need to know.
If you thought Android tablets were dead, you’re wrong because Huawei Malaysia just launched a pair of brand new MediaPads. Both devices have flagship-level specs, high resolution displays and each come in a different size.
UPDATE: BlackBerry KEY2 has been officially launched! Details here.
For those who enjoy typing on a physical keyboard, the latest Blackberry KEY2 is launching in Malaysia today. For those who are eager to get this productivity tool, the official Malaysian pricing has been revealed ahead of the event.
If you’re just so done with 2018 smartphones that have no bezels, no fingerprint scanners and no physical keyboards, there is good news. You won’t have to conform to the 2018 bezelless fad for much longer because the world’s last proponent of smartphone keyboards with buttons you actually need to exert effort to depress will be launching their latest flagship in Malaysia soon.
Yes, that’s right. The BlackBerry KEY2 will be launched locally, next week.
There are plenty of flagship smartphones to choose from and for those who want to stand out, the LG G7 ThinQ is an interesting option. The only problem is that it’s as elusive as a unicorn in Malaysia.
For the past couple of years, LG Mobile doesn’t seem to be interested in selling their smartphones in our competitive market. The last “official” set they introduced here was the LG V30+ and it arrived about 7 months late.
If you’re still interested in the G7 ThinQ, retailer DirectD is now offering import sets with stocks now available.
Have you been pining for a Windows laptop with TouchBar? ASUS thinks you are and their latest laptop — that’s designed for creators — is about as close as you can get to a Windows laptop with a TouchBar. It’s the new ZenBook Pro and this year it comes with something called ScreenPad.