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Last Updated: May 26, 2016
U Mobile recently launched their WiFi Calling services for subscribers of their post paid and prepaid plans here in Malaysia for free, no additional charges. It turns U Mobile Network towers across Malaysia into WiFi stations allowing you to get HD Voice calls over weak mobile connections as long as you are connected to a WiFi with Internet, even your local mamak's.
Last Updated: May 24, 2016
Have you been thinking of getting the Apple iPhone 6s or the iPhone 6s Plus, but your current smartphone is still in good condition? Well, you're in luck today. Maxis is offering a Trade Up program that allows you to trade your current device and save big on both the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus!
Last Updated: May 23, 2016
If you are itching to know how the Apple iPhone 7 will look, well wait no more. GSMArena has shared fully rendered images of the what we presume standard Apple iPhone 7, and it looks good. Gone in this version – the 3.5mm audio jack. Still present – the camera hump.
Last Updated: May 10, 2016
The next generation of the Apple iPhone is set to be one of the more speculated and leaked. We have seen that it may have an audio jack, or may not. It may be water proof, and it even may have a zoom lens. The latest report states that the Apple iPhone 7 may just share dimensions with the current Apple iPhone 6S Plus.
Last Updated: Apr 05, 2016
So far, from the good reviews we have seen, the new Apple iPhone SE does sound like a pretty good phone and even more so when we found out that the iPhone SE has a better AnTuTu score than its sibling the iPhone 6s. However, how well does the iPhone SE fare against a durability test? Will this phone bend easily like the old iPhone 6s?
Since it is based upon the old 5 inch iPhone 5s, it is not supposed to bend easily because it has an overall smaller dimension than its older siblings. Check out the video below from SquareTrade to see the answer.
Last Updated: Apr 02, 2016
While Apple has never said that any of their iPhones are water proof or water resistant, on occasion, some iPhones have taken a splash or dip and survived. ZachStraley decided to put the Apple iPhone 5S, iPhone SE and iPhone 6s to the test, by dunking all three in water for an extended period of time. Suffice to say, the iPhone SE not only survives but seems to be able to work right out of the water. Check out the video to see how the other two iPhones fared.
Last Updated: Mar 31, 2016
While the upcoming Apple iPhone SE may have the same tech specs or hardware as the higher-end (and higher-priced) iPhone 6s, it turns out that the smaller iPhone SE may be better, at least where AnTuTu is concerned. A recent testing showed that the iPhone SE scored 134358 in AnTuTu while the iPhone 6s managed 129990.
Both scores are absolutely awesome though, beating out most other phones but it appears that the iPhone 6s Plus remains the highest of the three at 137420. The iPhone SE is currently available on order at the Apple Store in the US, but it has yet to arrive at the Apple Malaysia Store. The Apple Malaysia Store has stopped selling the iPhone 5S but there are still no specific Malaysia release dates or pricing details just yet. Stay tuned for more updates.
Last Updated: Mar 09, 2016
ASUS have made a video comparing the battery life of the ASUS ZenFone Max with its 4000 mAh battery and energy sipping Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor with the Apple iPhone 6s Plus. Both may have 5.5-inch displays, but you can see the differences between the two with our ASUS ZenFone Max vs Apple iPhone 6s Plus comparison tool. Quite obviously, the ZenFone Max beats the iPhone 6s Plus, but check out the video below to see just how much it manages to do so.
Last Updated: Feb 25, 2016
Optical Image Stabilization or OIS is often the key feature which lets you take steady shots and videos with your smartphone. However, the Xiaomi Mi 5 now offers a new 16MP rear camera with 4-axis stabilization to go with other high-end tech specs like the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. This anti-shake feature goes head-to-head with the OIS and smart digital stabilization in the Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in the video below. Check it out to see which one stays steadier.
Last Updated: Jan 10, 2016
We've seen quite a few add-on jelly lens that you can either seal on or clip on to a smartphone but ExoLens takes it a step further by offering a wide-angle, telephoto and macro add on lens using Zeiss optics. Quite obviously, the add-on lenses are much larger than your average jelly lens, but the frame is also suitably larger as well and can be mounted on a standard tripod stand. So far, it is just for the Apple iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, 6 and 6 Plus but there are plans for a Samsung Galaxy phone version as well. No Malaysia release dates or pricing details but ExoLens should be available in Q2 2016 at $299 (RM1322) for the macro and wide-angle lens or $199 (RM880) for the telephoto lens.