While Xiaomi is busy preparing for its biggest international event of the year so far in India, it looks like it is also actively working on introducing its latest devices here in Malaysia. Two new devices have appeared in the SIRIM database from Xiaomi, and one of them suspiciously looks like the flagship Mi Note – and a very surprising twist.
Huawei has announced two of their latest flagship devices – the Huawei P8 and the Huawei P8 Max. However, the company’s P8 series actually had a trio of devices, but it seems the Huawei P8 Lite version is missing from the list. The company did not announce the smaller 5-inch smartphone on-stage, despite it already having its own (now removed) product page.
We now know that OnePlus will finally be coming to Malaysia this month, where it will hold a fan gathering to introduce the OnePlus One smartphone to its Malaysian fans on 24 April. We also know that Maxis will be the exclusive telco partner to offer the device. One question that is in everybody’s minds is naturally: what about the retail price? How does RM1,299 sound?
Xiaomi will be announcing its next smartphone outside of China for the first time ever next week, and chances are it will be the rumoured “Ferrari” smartphone that popped up late last month. Interestingly, signs are pointing it to be the cheaper Mi 4 smartphone, which may be called the Mi 4i come launch day.
With its official launch event over two weeks away, LG may have revealed more about its upcoming G4 flagship than it would have liked to after a test microsite for the smartphone went live – revealing almost everything about the G4’s design, including removable back covers, swappable batteries and more.
While many are happy that Apple is finally introducing larger iPhones, there are still quite a number of people who would rather stick to a small form factor and Apple is not going to forget about these users. The company is rumoured to be working on releasing three new iPhones later this year, and one of it may be the iPhone 6c, a smaller iPhone with a plastic rear casing and hopefully a cheaper price.
Earlier, we reported that the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge will retail for RM2,599 and RM3,099 respectively. One question that was not revealed, however, was whether this prices are inclusive of the upcoming Goods and Services Tax (GST). Those of you hoping for the best are in for a pleasant surprise, as it appears that the two prices will be inclusive of GST.
UPDATE (632PM): The retail price of the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge revealed here are inclusive of the Malaysian GST. Read more on this here.
UPDATE (630PM): The pre-order site for Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge by Samsung Malaysia is now live but has yet to take any orders at the moment. That being said, we learned that there might be a deposit of RM 300 involved in the process. Learn more below.
As you might know, 2 April will the official media launch for Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge in Malaysia. A few hours after the launch event, consumers will then be able to pre-order these devices through Maxis and several other parties (more on that shortly).
If you have been wondering whether to grab Samsung’s latest smartphone, we have just received a reliable tip on the retail prices of both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge.
Google is investigating allegations of tampering with an Adwords account, and circumventing a digital advertising agency by dealing directly with the client; a Singaporean government linked company (GLC). A Singapore-based Google executive directly approached the client, while the unidentified advertising agency’s Google Adwords account was mysteriously suspended.
At OnePlus’ latest AMAA Reddit session yesterday, Carl Pei, the Global Director of OnePlus, and OnePlus employee David touched a little on its upcoming “game changing” product. During the session, it was even mentioned that this product will not be a smartwatch or a tablet, but could be a drone instead.