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Got a problem with your old Samsung Galaxy smartphone? Samsung is now running a service campaign where you can get 40% discount on replacement screens and motherboards. A Galaxy S6 edge+ screen which usually costs RM840 is now going for RM504, while a Galaxy S7 edge motherboard now costs RM627 instead of RM1,045.
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Legacies aren’t built overnight. It takes time, effort and the ability to take a step back to really see what’s working or what isn’t. You can see this in all great legacies in life.
In the smartphone world, however, few demonstrate this better than Samsung’s Galaxy S line. We take a look at what Samsung has done over the past 7 years to build this incredible legacy for themselves.
If you’ve been wondering why, here’s what Samsung UK had to say about the issue.
Dual-edge displays are a magnificent thing to behold. They look utterly unique and gives everyday smartphone tasks a little pizzaz. It’s hard to put into words what the experience is like, it’s really something you should see for yourself.
Sure, you could head to a Samsung store to play with one of the demo units, but from my experience, you fully appreciate the experience only once you start using it as your daily driver. If you’re keen, the only thing left to ask is: Which edge do you get?
Bam! Mobile World Congress 2016 passed by like in just a blink of the eye and now we’re suffering from post-congress withdrawals. Not without good reason, by the way. Three (big) smartphone makers released their flagships for this year including the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. On a less than positive note, it’s rather sad that we won’t be getting the standard Galaxy S7 in Malaysia.
Although we pretty much knew everything about the two smartphones prior to the South Korean manufacturer taking the MWC floor, we didn’t know how good the camera on the follow-up to the Galaxy S6 flagships would be.
We were eager to find out so we pit the edgy Samsung number against other formidable smartphone cameras.
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After the LG G5 has been posted on the same classifieds site, Dubizzle, it seems that Samsung’s latest flagships have joined the fray. But it’ll cost you a good US$ 1,140 (RM 4,760.70) and US$ 1,225 (RM 5,115.66) for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, accordingly.
The official launch of the Samsung Galaxy S7 is only a few days away but Samsung’s Indonesian website has already begun teasing the device and its features. What’s more, it comes with a video!
Do we actually have the Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 edge on video for the first time ever? Well, yes and we think a little bit of no.
It seems like Samsung is sticking to their Android 6.0 Marshmallow rollout plan as they’ve just announced that they’re beginning to roll out the fluffy new version of Android to their Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge devices internationally.
Buying a phone outright is expensive and getting one through a contract could be troublesome with its lock-in periods. To make phone ownership easier, Celcom has introduced its NewPhone program. On the surface, this is similar to the Maxis Zerolution program as it lets you change phones every year for free.