Looking for the absolute cheapest brand new Galaxy Note with an S Pen? Guess what? The Galaxy Note5 from 2015 is still available and you can get the larger 64GB capacity version for under RM1,800.
The phablet you’ve been waiting for is finally here. Samsung’s Galaxy Note8 has been officially launched in Malaysia and it is currently on sale nationwide today. If you missed out on the pre-order promo that Samsung ran from the 5th to 10th of September, don’t worry, because Samsung is also having a limited time roadshow promo too.
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Samsung will be introducing a dual-camera setup for the first time on its upcoming Galaxy Note8. Ahead of its Galaxy Unpacked event next Wednesday, Samsung Korea has released two videos that tease its upcoming features.
It is almost two years since Samsung had introduced a new flagship Android tablet. Despite the declining tablet market, Samsung is still persistent by announcing the Galaxy Tab S3 and its geared up for productivity in mind.
Samsung has reportedly said that they plan to re-release the Galaxy Note7, the phone that hasn’t been all that nice to them. No, they’re not going to produce brand new sets. Instead, they intend to refurbish the devices that they have recalled from users.
Samsung Malaysia has finally introduced a new Galaxy Note5 option that comes with 64GB of storage. This is the currently the newest Samsung flagship you can buy that has an S Pen stylus.
Samsung’s new productivity tablet, the Galaxy Tab A (2016) is now available in Malaysia. It’s a 10.1″ tablet that comes with an S Pen stylus.
Samsung has officially announced its new productivity tablet – the Galaxy Tab A (2016). This replaces the previous Galaxy Tab A that also came with an S Pen stylus.
While the original Galaxy Tab A was more of an entry-level tablet with productivity features baked in, the new one for 2016 is much improved with a more decent display and an improved S Pen with Galaxy Note7 features.
The Samsung Galaxy Note series has always been the benchmark for phablets. Many had tried to follow with larger screen smartphones but nothing beats the productivity features of the S Pen.
With last year’s Galaxy Note5, Samsung has ditched its plastic build for a more premium glass and metal construction. However, this led to some compromises. The battery is no longer removable and power users frown upon the lack of a microSD expansion.
We managed to get our hands on a Galaxy Note7 and here’s what we think.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note7 was just announced today and it continues to cement its position as the king of phablets. So what’s new with the Note7? Is it just an S7 edge with an S-Pen? How does the Iris Scanner work?
We managed to get a closer look at the device and we hope to answer those questions right after the break.