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While everyone’s getting ready for the brand new Samsung Galaxy Note9 launch, we’ve found a treat for those of you who want a Samsung flagship but don’t care for the S-Pen. Fancy a Galaxy S9+ for RM410 off?
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.
Samsung has just announced a new Galaxy smartphone in China. It was earlier speculated to be the Galaxy S8 Lite, but instead, it was given the name Galaxy S Light Luxury.
Samsung has just reopened its Premium Care Centre at Plaza Low Yat in Kuala Lumpur. In conjunction with its reopening, they are offering 30% discount on parts and repairs as well as add-on protection plans and warranty for your Galaxy device.
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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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The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are officially available in Malaysia and to mark the occasion, Maxis has introduced a new offer for its high-spending customers. They are now offering a free Galaxy S8 when you buy a Galaxy S9 or S9+ on their highest postpaid plan with an additional supplementary line.
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.
Samsung had started rolling out its Android 8.0 Oreo update for Galaxy S8/S8+ users just before Chinese New Year. Unfortunately, they had to suspend it the next day due to some issues affecting some users.
For those who didn’t hit the download button on time, Samsung has finally resumed its software update roll out and it should reach Malaysian units very soon.
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.