The Mi A1 was Xiaomi’s first Android One device that offered a fluid stock-Android experience at a competitive price. It was based on the Mi 5X which came with a dual-camera setup and it was only sold in China. Next week, Xiaomi is about to launch their Mi 6X and it gives us a clearer picture of what to expect for their next Android One smartphone.
Huawei P20 Pro is a one of a kind smartphone with a triple-camera setup. Barely a month since launch, there’s already a clone that’s made by smartphone maker LEAGOO. What’s more interesting is that it even comes in “Twilight”.
The OPPO F7 will officially launch in Malaysia on 19 April 2018. If you want to secure your unit, OPPO Malaysia is making pre-orders available starting this coming Monday, 16 April until 20 April 2018. As an added bonus, OPPO will be throwing in additional freebies worth RM299 for early bird customers.
I almost couldn’t believe it when I saw the Huawei P20 Pro launch. A 40MP camera? Zoom, monochrome AND a regular wide-angle lens? It almost sounded like one of those “dream smartphone camera” lists that people like to make up, only it wasn’t. For the most part it was all real. Some might even call it the “most advanced camera module” ever put into a smartphone.
But this isn’t a review of that phone. This is a review of the phone that started out as an equal but, as time went on, slowly got left behind.
Move aside Razer Phone, there’s a new mobile gaming machine in town. Xiaomi has just announced the Black Shark, its ultimate smartphone that’s designed for gamers.
Before a flagship smartphone is launched, there are a couple of instances where the full design is revealed by a case maker. Looks like the OnePlus 6 isn’t spared and we now get a clearer view of the device.
honor Malaysia has dropped a teaser image which says nothing but a #NEWHONOR is coming soon to Malaysia. Since they have just slashed the price of its current honor View10 flagship, this could be a new smartphone with top of the line specs.
The Meizu M6s is a sub-RM700 18:9 smartphone and it’s finally here in Malaysia. Unlike other smartphones in this price range, the M6s comes with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor that unlocks at a touch.
We’ve seen some epic lens mounts and adapters for smartphones before. Just recently Moment released their anamorphic lens on Kickstarter, but what we’re seeing here has to be one of the most ridiculous.
Ridiculously awesome, I mean.
Portrait Mode has pretty much taken the world by storm. Forget about fancy variable aperture lens cameras or triple lens cameras, people are only concerned with whether their phone can take pictures of their faces with creamy blurred out backgrounds.
Now, Instagram is making this shooting mode even more accessible with their brand new feature called Focus. Essentially, it lets you take Portrait Mode photos even if your phone can’t. But, how does it stack up to the iPhone X‘s Portrait Mode?