[Update: The price of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G in Malaysia is RM589]
As expected, Xiaomi has just announced the arrival of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G in Malaysia. Xiaomi just announced a contest on its Mi Malaysia Facebook page, which allows you to win F-Code and even a Redmi Note 4G each day from 17 November 2014 to 1 December 2014.
We recently reported that the Honor 3C Lite would be landing here soon with little information on the device’s specifications, but that can now be confirmed as the device has just been featured on Huawei’s Vmall.my sales portal. By the looks of it, this could be one of the best equipped budget Android smartphones out there.
It’s coming to that time of the year again, as yet another tough year comes to a close and the holiday season begins. We’re pretty sure plenty of you are already making your year-end holiday plans, and here’s some good news that will be great for regular users of the taxi app, MyTeksi.
The Oculus powered Samsung Gear VR is coming soon; or at least the Innovator Edition is. Much like the Oculus Rift Developer Kit, this version of Samsung’s virtual reality headset is meant for enthusiasts and developers to get a head start on messing around with an early build of the hardware.
Social media junkies should definitely mark this event on their calender. The #OHHSOME Fest, in collaboration with Hotlink, will be held in celebration of the local social media scene. This event will afford the opportunity to interact up-close with local and global YouTube celebrities, along with a slew of bazaars featuring online retailers.
2014 is such an interesting year for Honor as the sub-brand of Huawei managed to make quite an impact in Malaysia even though it only released three devices into our market so far this year.
Honor’s first success in 2014 came in the form of the Honor 3C that was released in Malaysia back in April. It received great response from local consumers, mainly thanks to its highly effective combination of high performance hardware at an affordable price point.
Fast forward to last month, Honor Malaysia released yet another smartphone into the market that was crafted under the same formula but positioned as the flagship model of the Honor family. That device is the Honor 6 which is the focus of this review.
Antutu has released its “Best Performance Smartphones” list, which is compiled every quarter based on data from those who use its popular benchmarking app, and its latest Q3 2014 list has a very surprising entry right at the top. Two of Samsung’s latest smartphones, the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Alpha, are listed in the top 3 – but there’s a relatively unknown device sitting right at the top: the Meizu MX4.