Nokia may be gearing up to make a return to the smartphone market when its agreement with Microsoft comes to an end in 2016. The Finnish company is currently prevented from selling any smartphone under the Nokia brand as part of the terms of the sale of its devices division to Redmond.
Maxis has just released the details to its OnePlus One device bundle. The OnePlus One will retail at RM1,199 when it lands on our shores starting tomorrow, 22 April 2015, but the telco is offering it at only RM859 when you sign up for a contract with their MaxisONE postpaid plan.
We sat down for an interview with the Product Director of Asus, Alvin Chou, to talk about the company’s new smartphone, the Zenfone 2. During the interview, we asked Chou how Asus would compete against Chinese smartphone manufacturers such as Xiaomi and Honor. Surprisingly, he responded that Asus does not compare itself against them. Instead, the Taiwanese company is setting Apple as its benchmark for the Zenfone 2.
When a user’s iPhone or iPod passcode has been entered incorrectly, the device will show a message saying “iPhone is Disabled”, prompting the user to try unlocking the device after a few minutes. Occasionally, some users would even receive a message asking them to try again in 23 million minutes – of course, that would actually translate to 44 years. Here’s what to do if you can’t wait that long:
28 April 2015 is looking to be a very busy day indeed. Just this morning, we received an invitation from Honor Malaysia to the launch of its two latest flagship devices in the country and now, here’s an invitation from HTC to the launch of its latest device and you might stand a chance to witness the event for yourself.
Qualcomm has will be switching suppliers for its Snapdragon 820 processor away from Taiwan Semiconductor, which is better known as TSMC. Problem with the Snapdragon 810 have made the company rethink its strategy, and it will be engaging Samsung for the next generation processor.
Here it is: the Asus ZenFone 2 is now officially launched in Southeast Asia. Just like last year, it is launched in a regional launch event held here in Jakarta. Unveiled back at CES 2015, four different variants of the ZenFone 2 have been revealed since then: the high-end ZE551ML, mid-range ZE550ML, and entry-level ZE500CL. However, it seems like we won’t be getting the cheapest model.
Yesterday, we learned that UniFi customers in selected areas throughout the Klang Valley are now able to utilise faster connection speeds of up to 50Mbps with the introduction of new UniFi plans. Not only that, these new packages are slightly cheaper than what consumers are currently paying for their top-of-the-line UniFi packages – which are much slower at 20Mbps.
So, this might be a good opportunity for existing UniFi customers to switch to a faster connection for less. Unfortunately though, that isn’t exactly the story. TM’s latest UniFi plans – or specifically, the terms and conditions that come with these plans – will serve as the first subject for our new segment called “#DendaJar“.