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  • Qualcomm reveals their latest Snapdragon 690 5G chipset with 4K HDR video and 120Hz refresh rate support

    Qualcomm reveals their latest Snapdragon 690 5G chipset with 4K HDR video and 120Hz refresh rate support

    With 5G technology picking back up its feet to the tech world, Qualcomm was secretly working on a new chipset all this while. Introducing the Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 5G chipset, it will be the first 600-series that is integrated with 5G technology.

  • Celcom, Digi and Maxis sign new MoU in preparation for 5G technology across Malaysia

    Celcom, Digi and Maxis sign new MoU in preparation for 5G technology across Malaysia

    Today, our local telcos - CelcomDigi and Maxis - have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This initiative is for the three companies to explore leveraging each other’s resources to deploy a wider, more efficient fibre network for Malaysia. This will enable improved 4G connectivity nationwide, in line with the government’s NFCP target.

  • The 5G future of Malaysia looks promising and here's why we're excited

    The 5G future of Malaysia looks promising and here's why we're excited

    As a tech gadget website, we have already written plenty of 5G smartphones news and their potential. Smartphone brands are already eager to release their 5G devices even though 5G technology is still in its infancy. With still a long way to go, it is understandable that many of us don't care (but you should, really). 

    Sooner or later, the rollout of 5G technology is set to hit Malaysian shores in the not-so-distant future. Thanks to efforts made by Malaysian telecommunications provider Celcom, we're beginning to see the literally-life-changing benefits of the technology. In this article, here's another reminder of how 5G will impact our future and why it is exciting.

  • Huawei’s leading 5G tech could soon get introduced in Malaysia

    Huawei’s leading 5G tech could soon get introduced in Malaysia

    As Malaysia begins implementation of 5G with their testbed expansionHuawei recently weighed in with beneficial technologies that Huawei have achieved and what could be possible for Malaysians with Huawei’s 5G tech. With Huawei developing 5G tech since 2009 and employing 180000 global employees, 25000 of which are focusing on mostly research and development in the Huawei Ox Horn Campus, beneficial 5G tech could impact every sector, of course, there’s also faster download speeds, wider coverage areas and lower latency as well.