The vivo S1 Pro is powered by a Qualcomm SDM675 Snapdragon 675 (11 nm) CPU processor with 256 GB, 6 GB RAM or 128 GB, 6/8 GB RAM. The device also has a 6.39-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen (1080 x 2340 pixels, 403 ppi) display. It has a Triple: 48 MP, f/1.8, (wide), 1/2.0", 0.8µm, PDAF + 8 MP, f/2.2, (wide) + 5MP rear camera and supports Wifi, GPS, 3G and 4G LTE. It packs in a Non-removable Li-Po 3700 mAh battery at 8.2mm device thickness and weight 185g, running on Android 9.0 (Pie); Funtouch 9.
The latest vivo S1 Pro (China) price in Malaysia market starts from RM888. It is available in Blue, Red, Midsummer dream colours.
So just recently, there was a new JOI Book SK3000 released in the Malaysian market. While it looks like an ordinary laptop, this one is different because it doesn't feature a traditional x86 processor, but a Qualcomm Mobile Compute Platform. Certainly a rarity among Windows laptops!
You might have also seen some news from certain tech media pages about the laptop, so what's the deal with the JOI Book SK3000? And is it worth it at RM2199?
In 2020, companies started to push 5G technology in various markets and sectors. 5G may not be widely available yet, but the push for it is expected to accelerate this year. Because of that, you'll see companies launch more 5G smartphones this year. But the same questions remain. Is 5G worth adopting so early and which model should we go for?
Many hesitate to invest in 5G devices because they tend to be more expensive. While entry-level 5G smartphones would be more common in the future, mid-range models are generally the better options in 2021. Today, we take a look at one that's going on pre-order starting today - the OPPO Reno5 - and see what makes it a suitable 5G smartphone to futureproof yourself with.
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