Remember Vivo, the Chinese phone manufacturer that we mentioned before last month? Well, it looks like they will be launching products here in Malaysia very soon as Vivo Malaysia opens up a preorder for the Vivo Xshot Elite Version. The Vivo Xshot is a camera-centric smartphone from the company, which features high-end specs and a 13MP rear shooter with f/1.8 lens and optical image stabilization on board.
Facebook has just introduced a feature that allow users to save shared content for later viewing. This “Save” feature makes getting back links and other posts from friends much easier without ever losing them in the sea of new posts. The company said that the feature will be brought to all users on Android, iOS and the web in an upcoming update.
This may be a bit late but if you’ve always wanted to get the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite but haven’t already done so, Celcom is now offering the tablet with its device bundles, offering the RM699 tablet from as low as RM138. The telco is offering the Tab 3 Lite with its data plans from as low as RM48 a month.
Gameloft’s upcoming mobile shooter Modern Combat 5 is not due out until 24 July. As part of the campaign to build hype, the developer held a contest for individuals to win an advance copy of the game. It did not expect the winner to crack the game and share it over torrent websites.
The main event of The International Dota 2 Championship 2014 ended with Chinese team NewBee securing a 3 – 1 win over compatriots ViCi Gaming. NewBee’s aggressive strategy during the main event paid off greatly as they managed to dismantle the opposition with less effort after each round; a feat that cumulated in a 15 minute romp to victory.
Here’s something I’m sure a lot of parents would wish for – Google, the European Commission and its Member States have recently agreed to not label apps as “free” when they contain in-app purchase. Google will also make it a default to require password input for all purchases but users are free to change that in the Play Store settings menu.
Last week, Microsoft has made a surprise announcement that it will be shifting future Nokia X products to Lumia Windows Phone family in order to produce more low-cost Lumia devices. Generally, this mark the end to Nokia X platform even though Microsoft stated that the company is still committed to the existing Nokia X devices until 2015.
True to its words, we believe that we might be able to see Nokia X2 in Malaysia soon. This is due to its appearance on SIRIM’s database; registered as RM-1013 by Nokia Malaysia as well as two of the brand’s long-time distributor, Zitron and Avaxx.
Good thing is that you don’t need to travel all the way to Florida. Just use Google Maps’ Street View function.