Can’t get enough of Big Hero 6, the Walt Disney animation that has taken the cinemas by storm since last week? gumi Asia and Disney recently partnered up to release an iOS and Android game titled Big Hero 6: Bot Fight. Available on the App Store and Play Store immediately, the game may look like your regular candy crushing games, but with a twist to it.
The Malaysian smartphone industry is definitely at its most interesting stage right now. With the explosion of Chinese phone manufacturers available locally – Xiaomi, Oppo, Huawei, Vivo, Zopo, and now Leagoo, you can easily get your hands on a budget Android handphone at a very reasonable price. Leagoo is the latest Chinese player in our market and has just launched the Lead 5, a very affordable mid-range Android smartphone.
It definitely feels good to see smartphone manufacturers preparing the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for their devices. Earlier, we saw several screenshots of the HTC One (M8) running on the latest Android Lollipop version based on HTC Sense 6.0 UI and now, thanks to Sammobile, say hello to an in-depth look of how Lollipop looks on a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with TouchWiz.
Bad news for iPhone 6 Plus owners or for those of you who want to get your hands on Apple’s first phablet, the camera on some iPhone 6 Plus have reportedly been suffering from some very weird issues. Reported by several users, the camera seems to be going crazy resulting in some very wavy effects.
Viber just announced a new feature on its Viber app called Public Chats that claims to offer users a “new kind of social experience”. Starting immediately, just give your Viber app an update, and you’ll see a new tab called Public Chats. Give that tab a tap, and you will see public profiles of local and international celebrities, personalities and brands that you can follow.
One of the most important features of a smartphone would definitely have to be the camera, and it looks like Sony has got something very exciting to offer. The company just took the curtains off a new Exmor RS sensor, the “industry’s first stacked CMOS image sensor with an image plane phase detection signal processing function for high-speed AF”. In simpler terms, it means it has amazing autofocus capability, allowing you to capture quick moving subjects accurately. The sensor should debut in the next flagship smartphone from Sony, the Xperia Z4.
Who could say no to free internet, especially when it’s for usage when you’re in a different country? U Mobile has been offering free internet roaming with its postpaid plans for a while now, and they have just extended it to prepaid users as well. Just top up a minimum of RM50, and you will automatically get free internet roaming for 30 days. The catch? It’s limited.