Featuring a 4-inch 800×480 display, the ASUS ZenFone 4 is the smallest device in ASUS ZenFone series. Similarly, the ZenFone 4 is also the most affordable model in the family since it will be priced at only RM 299 once it goes on sale in Malaysia later this month.
So, what does the ZenFone 4 is able to offer you in exchange for your hard-earned RM 300? Jump in for a brief look at the brand new affordable smartphone from ASUS.
The Oppo R1 is only a mere four months old, but the Chinese company has seen it fit to release a refreshed edition of the mid-range smartphone, which was launched in Malaysia back in February. The primary reason for this is to add LTE connectivity to the smartphone – but the good thing is, Oppo did not stop there.
Back in the early days of the mobile phone, there was no impressive new internal antenna system; What there was however were those retractable antennas that looked every bit as curious as you remember. Enter the Linkase Pro LTE case for the iPhone and just like its previous model, it boosts your LTE data radio.
Using a sliver of an antenna which can be extended in time of extreme need for LTE, it says that the case will also save you battery because your phone doesn’t need to constantly switch between Edge, 3G and LTE. Not sure how effective this is, but all i know is that some of us definitely need one to improve OVERALL cellular signal in Malaysia. The Linkase Pro LTE case is currently a prototype and is seeking funding on IndieGoGo
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.
In an interview with Reuters, Samsung’s Senior VP for Product Strategy, Han Kil Yoon has confirmed that they will be releasing an Android Wear smartwatch and “high-end” Tizen based Smartphone this year. This is almost eerily similar to last year when those plans did not come through due to “poor market conditions”. Samsung have said that they will be concentrating their efforts mainly in “a few countries they can do well in”.
If this is to be believed we will be getting a high end Tizen phone by the end of june and the Android Wear watch by the end of the year. I for one will be excited to see what the combination of Android Wear and perhaps a curved display will bring!
(Source: The Verge)
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.
Right after its South-East Asian launch, the new ASUS ZenFone family is now available for pre-order at Storekini. These new, highly affordable Android smartphones will be available at a special pre-order price from only RM279.
The name Amazon may not be the first thing on your mind when you talk about a smartphone but if all things goes to plan with their first smartphone, it may just be a talking point for a while to come. While the above image resembles the lovechild of a Lumia device and a BlackBerry Z device, it’s worth noting that it’s merely a case to house internals and is not the actual finished design.
Yesterday, ASUS finally launched its new ZenFone range of Android smartphones in the Southeast Asian region. Powered by Intel’s Clover Trail+ range of processors, these smartphones take the word “budget” and “affordable” to new low levels. With retail prices starting from only RM299, the new ZenFone 4, 5 and 6 could well be the smartphones to watch.
The new Samsung Galaxy S5 has a fingerprint scanner that can be used to authorize PayPal payments. Less than four days after it was officially available, a security research firm has found a way to hack it. Interestingly, the firm was using the same method that fooled the first fingerprint sensor to be found on smartphone, which is Apple’s Touch ID on the iPhone 5s.