DiGi was the first telco in Malaysia to start its Samsung Galaxy Note 4 teaser and registration of interest and if you’ve been waiting to see what the telco’s got to offer, here it is. DiGi is now offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 from as low as RM1,169 when you sign up for a contract with the telco.
Apple sure stole almost all the headlines when it announced all the new devices and updates late last night but now it’s Samsung Galaxy Note 4’s turn, in Malaysia at least. Today is the consumer launch of Samsung’s latest phablet, there are roadshows going on in five states around Malaysia, but if you do not wish to pay full price to own the device, which costs RM2,499, you can now purchase it from Maxis from as low as RM1,699.
It looks like Maxis has just unveiled the pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on a contract, sort of. The telco has just shared a Facebook post saying that they will be offering the Galaxy Note 4 from RM1,699 and the first 100 customers will be getting a free Samsung Gear Circle too.
Calling all fans of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the moment you’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has just been launched here in Malaysia for a retail price of RM2,499. As mentioned before, the device will go on sale starting this Friday, 17 October 2014 and as a consumer launch program, the company will be hosting a 3-days tour for the Galaxy Note 4 across five states in Malaysia.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be launched in Malaysia tomorrow and will hit the shelves on Friday, 17 October 2014. If you are an early adopter and wish to own the phablet as soon as it launches, you might want to follow Samsung’s three-days tour in five states around Malaysia because the company will be giving away a free Gear Circle for the first 100 customers.
This week will definitely be an exciting one for all of you who wish to get the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The media launch is scheduled for this Wednesday, 15 October 2014 and the device will hit the shelves on the 17th. We don’t know the retail price yet, but if you would like to purchase the phablet at a subsidised price, it will be available on all 4 major telcos in Malaysia – DiGi, Maxis, U Mobile and Celcom.
Remember YotaPhone, the Android smartphone that comes with not only one, but two displays – one regular one and an e-ink one? Well, here’s a piece of good news for the fans of the YotaPhone because the device is heading to Malaysia really soon. Global Line Network, the official distributor of YotaPhone in Malaysia, has just sent us an invitation for the launch of the YotaPhone scheduled for this Friday, 10 October 2014, and they are inviting 10 Yota fans to witness the launch – you might even walk away with one YotaPhone.
Next month, Cyberjaya will be turned into multifaceted festival ground as the renowned tech hub of the country will be hosting the Cyberjaya Creative Playground from 14 to 16 November. Taking place in the city’s Multimedia University (MMU) and Lim Kok Wing University of Creative Technology (LUCT), the festival will be focusing on three main themes: gaming, music and techpreneurship.
The League of Legends World Championship isn’t happening until later this month, but that isn’t stopping the team from having some other events. LoL will be collaborating with Health Department of Kuala Lumpur and Kuala Lumpur City Hall to clean up sections of the city in an effort to combat the rising number of dengue cases. It’s scheduled to take place 11 October (this Saturday) and Garena is even providing lunch once everything is over.
The #MYCyberSALE starts today and will last until 1 October 2014. This initiative, led by Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) sees the participation of some 4,500 merchants offering a variety of discounts and deals. MDeC is using the campaign to promote e-commerce among internet users in Malaysia; although most Malaysian probably do not need much encouragement to buy things online.