At this point in time, it should not be doubted any longer that Samsung will be launching its latest flagship, the Galaxy S5, at its Unpacked 2014 Episode 1 event in Barcelona next week. The rumours and leaks of Samsung’s Galaxy S5 have been circulating for months now, but one thing seems to be clear: Samsung is aiming to make the Galaxy S5, without a shadow of doubt, the best Android smartphone around.
With the S5 set to be announced next week, here’s what we know of the Galaxy S5 so far.
If you asked me, Nokia Normandy or Nokia X is certainly one of the most leaked product in the market since…ever. Plenty of leaked information have come into the light and not to forget, Nokia itself is teasing the product with a green-themed campaign as of late. However, this particular set of leaked images are currently the clearest view that we’ve ever seen of the upcoming Android-based device.
The device has not even officially announced to the public just yet but there is no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S5 has received plenty of attention from all directions. Interestingly, consumers might not have to wait long to actually have their hands on the much awaited Android smartphone.
First unveiled at the recent CES 2014 in Las Vegas, Alcatel One Touch Malaysia has recently announced the immediate availability of yet another new device for our market called the Alcatel One Touch Pop C9. Featuring a 5.5-inch IPS display with 540 x 980 resolution and oleophobic coating, the Pop C9 comes standard with Android 4.2.2 and runs on a 1.3 GHz MediaTek MT6582M quad-core processor.
Have you ever heard of Office Web Apps? Don’t fret if you are not familiar with it as plenty of users out there didn’t notice its existence as well. The reason is simple: one will usually stumbled upon Office Web Apps only when he or she opens an Office document on OneDrive (formerly known as SkyDrive) directly through web browser.
From today onwards though, the Office Web Apps is now known as the Office Online. The suite is no longer that hidden any more as Microsoft has also made Office.com as the main entrance for Office Online.
It looks like there will be more reasons for you to stay up for MWC 2014 that will be happening next week, on top of the usual smartphone announcements – we are expecting to see the LG G Pro 2, Samsung Galaxy S5, Sony Xperia Z2 and more, Samsung has just announced that they will be showing off the Exynos Infinity at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
While Nokia may have been the powerhouse mobile phone manufacturer back in the day, that didn’t stop them from experimenting a little. In a time where Nokia phones ruled the roost, here are some of the strangest Nokia devices from wayback when.
Do you have one in mind I missed out? Leave a comment in the section below!
Hot on the heels of the Galaxy NotePro 12.2 we just saw earlier this week Samsung announced the arrival of the Galaxy TabPro family to complement the existing device in the Pro series of devices. Available in 12.2, 10.1 and 8.4inch flavours, the TabPro is very similar to the NotePro with the exception of battery size, 2GB RAM and the omission of the S Pen from the TabPro range.
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Smartphones running on Ubuntu will finally be available this year. Canonical has today announced partnerships with Spanish smartphone maker bq Readers and Chinese company Meizu to develop Ubuntu smartphones globally. The company also revealed that the Ubuntu smartphone that will be launched this year will be aimed at the mid to high-end market.
Now that BlackBerry has officially revised the retail price of its BlackBerry Q5 price to RM818 (a drop from RM1,299), it looks like Celcom has done the same too, now, offering the BlackBerry Q5 at a subsidized price from as low as RM488. Available with a 12- or 18-month contract, all you need to do is subscribe to one of the telco’s postpaid plans – Celcom First Prime/Premier/Elite.
Last year we sponsored the DiGi WWWOW Awards Category “Fave Tech Head” and after much deliberation and a long period of voting, the blogger formerly known as Mr Piratz (now just http://www.piratz.my) emerged the winner!
So we brought him on a RM5,000 shopping spree to get him a new gaming PC! Check out how our day went! It’s not easy to build a PC within a budget, but in the end we got there! Thanks Piratz and congratulations on your recent marriage!
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We have some sample images from the new Samsung NX30 and Galaxy Camera 2. The photos have not been touched up with the exception of the watermark and were shot straight from the camera in A mode. Click each image for a link to the larger picture. Hit the jump for more!