OnePlus has finally unveiled its flagship smartphone, the One. Teased by the company for the longest time, this premium device is set to shake the mobile industry with its “flagship killer specs“. With a retail price that starts from only $299, this may well be the game-changer the industry has been waiting for.
Oppo Electronics Malaysia will be opening pre-orders for the new Find 7a (not the high-end Find 7 model) next week starting from April 16. The Snapdragon 800-toting smartphone is scheduled to officially be available in Malaysia on May 15, and will retail for a eye-wateringly low price of RM1598.
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Not even 24 hours after announcing its record 64B messages sent/received in a single day, it seems like Whatsapp has gone down worldwide. Users are experiencing issues sending and receiving messages and whatsapp has yet to update their twitter with an official statement. Since a huge number of us is dependant on Whatsapp for our messaging needs, let’s hope this get’s fixed soon!
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Samsung Malaysia has announced the arrival of its latest flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S5, in the country. In addition, the company has also launched its latest generation of wearables: the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit.
After an unbelievable amount of information was leaked out, HTC has finally made its latest flagship smartphone, the HTC One (M8), official. Unsurprisingly, it is just as the many, many rumours have indicated. But how does it stack up when placed in a spec-for-spec comparison? Let’s find out.
After been rumoured and leaked from all direction for quite some time, the all-new 2014 HTC One is finally here. Officially revealed to the world for the first time simultaneously in London and New York, the smartphone (which is also fondly known by its codename, HTC M8) is the Taiwanese company’s latest flagship Android smartphone.
Now that the Oppo Find 7 has officially been announced, how does this Chinese flagship fare against the other mainstream major smartphone players? Let’s compare the Oppo Find 7 and Find 7a against the Samsung Galaxy S5, Xperia Z2 and the LG G Pro 2 – all the latest flagship smartphones announced recently at MWC 2014.
Oppo has shared some information on the Malaysian availability of the new Find 7a smartphone. We were told that the Find 7a will be arriving in Malaysia by “the end of April”, which corroborates with an earlier statement by one of the Oppo Malaysia crew at the recent N1 launch event in Kuala Lumpur. Unfortunately, Oppo were not able to confirm the availability of the flagship Find 7, given that the Chinese availability is still not confirmed.
We’ll update this post when we hear more.
In addition to the Find 7, Chinese smartphone maker Oppo has also announced the Find 7a, a lower-end variant of the Find 7. Don’t be fooled by that, though, as the Find 7a still packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB RAM, and the same 13MP Sony sensor on the Find 7.
At their global media launch in Beijing, Oppo have unveiled their flagship smartphone, the feature-packed Find 7. As expected, the Find 7 will be the smallest 2K display at a staggering 5.5inches and a resolution of 2560 x 1440 it gives a jaw dropping 538PPI. The Oppo Find 7 has a JDI-Manufactured Quad HD Display and is truly the smallest 2K display on the market. The Find 7 is powered by a 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 Quad Core CPU with Adreno 330 GPU as well as 3GB of RAM.
You’ve watched the Android Wear concept video, seen the beautiful, round, timeless device strapped onto the wrist of one of the men in the video. Immediately, one would think that it’s a concept video, and hence, it’s not a real device.
But it is. This is the Motorola Moto 360, and it’s perhaps the most beautiful smartwatch ever made…so far.