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 Galaxy Note5 is turning 2 years old very soon but Samsung is still continuing to push software updates for the productivity tablet. Today, Galaxy Note5 users in Malaysia can finally get a taste of Android 7.0 Nougat that can be downloaded over the air.
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.
If you think about all the new devices that are coming out these days, most of them are upwards of five inches, with many hovering around the 5.5-inch mark. While that’s a norm today, it wasn’t so a couple of years ago.
Back then, to have a smartphone that had a screen size of more than five inches was bordering on the absurd. But, one smartphone changed that. One smartphone kickstarted a revolution in smartphones, their screen sizes, and what we could do with them.
Here’s a brief look at that smartphone and the handset lineup it spawned. The pioneer that led to an entire generation of large form-factor handsets — the Samsung Galaxy Note.
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If you’re looking for a new phone in time for Chinese New Year, you can soon own the Samsung Galaxy Note5 in Pink Gold in Malaysia. The pink flagship smartphone is offered by Maxis from as low as RM93/month on its Zerolution program.
Apart from wearables, Virtual Reality is another growing trend for mobile devices. A few months ago, we’ve reviewed the Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition and it offers an immersive experience when paired with a Galaxy S6/S6 edge. Retailing at RM799 back then, it is quite an expensive toy if compared to a Google Cardboard. However you do get a proper hands-free usage and it even comes with hardware control buttons at the sides.
Now Samsung Malaysia has brought in a new one that supports more models and most importantly, a lower price tag.
Premium. The one description, be it on the spec sheet or in the build quality, most people sought after when going for a smartphone. With technology getting more and more advanced, the premium feel has begun to spill down the price pyramid to the point where even midrange phones can give users that “premium feel”. However, these lower end “premium” smartphones usually come with some corners cut to keep the price low.
I love a great bargain, phones like the OnePlus One or the Xiaomi Redmi Note 2, have great specs for their price, but you can clearly see what was left out. Today though, it isn’t about the best value for money. Today, it’s about two phones that sit close to the top of the price point hierarchy, an echelon where there can be no compromises because anything lower than the best would be unacceptable.
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