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Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+ and Note8 will support Landscape Mode for the home screen

UPDATE: It’s now available on Malaysian units. Just make sure you’re on the latest software update.

The Galaxy S9 and S9+ were the first Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphones to feature landscape mode for its home screen and app drawer. This gave the devices a tablet-like experience, making it convenient to navigate thru the interface while you’re holding it in landscape. Now it appears that Samsung is extending this landscape feature to last year’s flagships.

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Plan to get a New Samsung Galaxy smartphone? Here’s how you can save up to RM334

Samsung Galaxy Senheng save up to RM334

This post is brought to you by Senheng and senQ.

Want to pay less for a Samsung Galaxy smartphone without being tied to a telco contract? Senheng and senQ have got an offer just for you. If you purchase the one of the stated devices on a 12-month instalment plan, you can enjoy up to RM334 off from the retail price. That means if you are planning to get a Galaxy S9+ 128GB, you can get it for less than RM3,700 now.

That’s not all, the Samsung Galaxy smartphones offer is also applicable to the Galaxy Note8, Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy A8+. Read on to find out more.

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Smartphone camera comparison: Samsung Galaxy S9 vs iPhone X vs Huawei Mate 10 Pro vs S8+

When a smartphone launches with arguably the most advanced camera module ever put into a production smartphone, you already know what the big question on everyone’s mind is: Is it the best? Is it noticeably better than the rest of the top dogs? Or is “variable aperture” just a fancy marketing term?

Well, we’re hoping to help you answer at least some of these questions. Welcome to the comparison you’ve been waiting for: Samsung’s latest flagship against the world.

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If you can’t get Android Oreo update on your Galaxy S8/S8+, you’re not alone

Samsung Galaxy S8 Oreo Malaysia

A couple of days ago, Samsung had started to roll out its long-awaited Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S8/S8+. Most users that have downloaded the update as soon as they got notified should be enjoying the latest Samsung design tweaks and the new February 2018 security updates. Unfortunately, for those who didn’t hit the download button on time, Samsung appears to have suspended its software update rollout since yesterday.

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