The Motorola Moto G is without a doubt one of the most exciting smartphone in the market. Featuring very modest specs under its 4.5” display, it retails at only RM698,making it one of the best smartphone in its class, but there is one thing missing – it does not have any LTE connectivity. With all our major local telcos providing LTE now it’ll be nice to have a device that can ride on the network and if you’ve been waiting for an affordable Android phone with LTE on board, your wait might be over soon. Motorola has been rumored to be working on two new variants of the Moto G smartphone, one of which is an LTE-enabled Moto G.
So you’ll be going away to another country for just a couple of days. It’s way too short and too troublesome to buy a local SIM pack at the country just to go online. For convenience’s sake, you wish to stick to your Malaysian line. So which telco offers the best international roaming rates in its postpaid plans? We gather all the unlimited data roaming rates here so you know which local telco to select in the place(s) you travel to, and which Malaysian telco should you roam with in order to enjoy the best data roaming rates.
Good news for those of you who wish to get the Motorola Moto X, Motorola has just officially announced the arrival of its smartphone in Malaysia, retailing at RM1,499. For those of you who have preordered via our very own Storekini.com, you should be receiving your device very soon.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 may seem like one heck of a device, featuring a IP67 rated build for dust and water resistance and packing all the latest and greatest hardware under its 5” hood, but how much does it really cost to make the latest flagship smartphone from Samsung? According to a teardown analysis by market research firm, IHS, the answer is about USD$256; the device retails at USD$600 in the U.S. without a contract.
It looks like the iPhone 6 leaks just wouldn’t stop; over the past 2 days, several different leaks have been unleashed into the World Wide Web, showing off a bigger iPhone 6 with a new design. The leaks include images claiming to be the front panel of the next generation iPhone, mockups, as well as cases.
U Mobile may be a late player in this whole Samsung Galaxy S5 telco bundle but it looks like the wait will be worth it after all…for U Mobile loyal customers at least. The telco is now teasing that they start offering the Galaxy S5 on 25 April 2014 with no upfront payment required when you sign up, meaning you only pay for the subsidized price of the device.
Now that the HP Slate 6 VoiceTab has finally landed in our shores for a retail price of RM999, you can purchase the device from redONE and enjoy a rebate worth RM120. redONE Mobile, Malaysia’s only postpaid MVNO is offering the Slate 6 with its postpaid plan at only RM58/month.
Google I/O 2014 will be happening in about two month’s time (on 25-26 June 2014 to be precise), and it looks like the leaks are starting to trickle in. Android Police recently got their hands on a set of redesigned icons for Android, internally referred to as “Moonshine”, featuring a flatter design that looks more similar to the icons Google uses on the web for these services.