So Xiaomi took the curtains off a lot of products at its Mi Fan Festival in China, what about in Malaysia? Don’t worry, the Chinese company has not forgotten about us. The Xiaomi Mi Fan Festival 2015 site has gone live on Mi Malaysia’s website, allowing you to participate in contests to win things, and to get to look at what to expect at Xiaomi’s fifth birthday celebration event – get up to 90% on selected products!
Xiaomi is making its fifth birthday celebrations its grandest one yet, and just like in 2014 it is making this a global celebration. For the Malaysian market, there are plenty of device offers and games, but consumers can also look forward to six new products coming to Malaysia which will be available from 8 April.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge’s prices have been revealed in Singapore, which include the prices of the 32GB, 64GB and 128GB variants as well. We have reported the likely starting prices of these flagship devices in Malaysia yesterday, but those are most probably for the 32GB variant.
It’s finally 31 March 2015 and if you’ve been waiting to see what Xiaomi has got to offer in its “Mi Fans Festival”, here they are. The company just announced two new smartphones – an entry-level Android smartphone called Redmi 2A, as well as a special Xiaomi Mi Note for the ladies.
Specifications of the Sony Xperia Z4 have been leaked through GFXBench, a popular benchmarking tool. If these benchmark results turn out to be accurate, Sony’s upcoming flagship smartphone will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and oddly, a smaller display than the Sony Xperia Z3.
The opening of DirectD Gadget Mega Store in Petaling Jaya yesterday marked a new era for the well-known retailer which started its operations in the shoplots of SS15 Subang Jaya. One trait that made DirectD so well-known among gadget lovers in the country is its ability to fulfill the wishes of customers who want to be among the first users in the country to own a new device even though that device may not be officially available in Malaysia.
Sources close to Apple have revealed several launch plans for the ultra-expensive Apple Watch Edition. This includes a longer time trying on the watch, 24/7 help, and even the chance to skip waiting in line. Naturally, one would expect first class treatment for buying a smartwatch that costs as much as a car.