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  • Huawei Battery Replacement is only RM99

    Huawei Battery Replacement is only RM99

    So apparently, Huawei Malaysia has been doing a Battery Replacement Event for quite some time now. Starting from 8 April, the event will end on 7 May 2019 and no matter which Huawei smartphone model it is, it only cost RM99 which is a deal breaker.

  • Huawei's EMUI 5.0 now available on the P9, P9 Plus, P9 Lite, Mate 8, and Nova Plus

    Huawei's EMUI 5.0 now available on the P9, P9 Plus, P9 Lite, Mate 8, and Nova Plus

    For those who don’t know yet, Huawei’s own OS based on Android, EMUI 5.0 is now available on five more Huawei devices. The devices are the Huawei P9P9 Plus , P9 Lite ,  Mate 8 and Nova Plus.  Updates can be found via settings and downloaded Over-the-Air (OTA) now.

  • Top 5 value phones to buy in February!

    Top 5 value phones to buy in February!

    Are you looking for a decent smartphone with an economically fair price? You've come to the right place then, but here's the kicker - these phones mentioned below will also be going on a sale at the lowest price soon at the end of this month! But before we get to where you can find them, check out our top 5 value for money phones that you should buy this February.

  • Huawei P9 and Mate 8 to receive EMUI 5.0 update early next year

    Huawei P9 and Mate 8 to receive EMUI 5.0 update early next year

    With the recent release of the Huawei Mate 9 in Malaysia, we know it comes with the latest EMUI 5.0 OS which is based on Android 7.0 Nougat. Fans were wondering if EMUI 5.0 will also be available for other devices, well, wonder no more because Huawei now has an official statement about it. Below is the official list of devices that will receive the new OS update:

  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime review - Priming up the J7 experience

    Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime review - Priming up the J7 experience

    It wasn't that long ago that the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) came out a few months ago with RM1049, previously in our review, we felt that for a device in that price range, it's lacking behind other smartphones in terms of overall performance and some missing features such as a fingerprint sensor. Then out of nowhere, the Galaxy J7 Prime was released in Malaysia for RM1199 (inclusive of GST), it was as if Samsung read our minds on what we complained about the former, but is it really any better? That's what we're about to find out.

  • OPPO F1s review - Not only a selfie expert, but a fun one

    OPPO F1s review - Not only a selfie expert, but a fun one

    OPPO has always been known for their good camera quality on their smartphones, just earlier this year, the OPPO F1 made its debut in Vietnam but it was presented as a normal mid-range device. So how does one improve it as the seasons come and go? The answer - prioritize the front camera by pumping it up to 16MP, and introduce the OPPO Plus & F1s to the world as a selfie expert smartphone. We got the F1s model which was released in Malaysia just last month, does it really live up as the selfie expert? Let’s find out.

  • Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) review - A long lasting and basic metal frame smartphone

    Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) review - A long lasting and basic metal frame smartphone

    It's been two months now since the new Samsung Galaxy J series (2016) was revealed in Malaysia, the three J brothers - Galaxy J1 (2016), Galaxy J5 (2016) and Galaxy J7 (2016) came out with a somewhat affordable price of RM449, RM849 and RM1049 respectively. It was also worth noting that only these three have a free YES 4G LTE prepaid SIM card with 2 months of 30GB of data, so it was quite exclusive then. We have already done the Galaxy J1 (2016) review, so today, we will be reviewing the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016). How does it hold up after two months? Read below to find out.

  • Vivo V3 review – More than just a metal body smartphone

    Vivo V3 review – More than just a metal body smartphone

    These days when you say “metal”, you would expect something that is both refined, and elegant to the touch. You would also expect the pricing to be at the higher end of the scale, as people normally put the lower price brackets with plastic builds that is nasty and cheap. Not the Vivo V3. This is one of the few full-metal body smartphones out there that is elegant to the touch, nice to look at, and nicer to your wallet.

    There are catches, but not as many as you would think. Better yet, Vivo has managed to pair the phone with some impressive specs without breaking the bank. How does this all stack up? Let’s find out shall we?

  • Vivo V3 review – More than just a metal body smartphone

    Vivo V3 review – More than just a metal body smartphone

    These days when you say “metal”, you would expect something that is both refined, and elegant to the touch. You would also expect the pricing to be at the higher end of the scale, as people normally put the lower price brackets with plastic builds that is nasty and cheap. Not the Vivo V3. This is one of the few full-metal body smartphones out there that is elegant to the touch, nice to look at, and nicer to your wallet.

    There are catches, but not as many as you would think. Better yet, Vivo has managed to pair the phone with some impressive specs without breaking the bank. How does this all stack up? Let’s find out shall we?

  • Weekly TechNave: Honor Note 8, Samsung Galaxy Note 7, ASUS ZenFone 3 and more

    Weekly TechNave: Honor Note 8, Samsung Galaxy Note 7, ASUS ZenFone 3 and more

    Last week was crazy busy as Honor started it with a bang and their officially announced Honor Note 8 and Honor 5 Play. Samsung subsequently skipped numbers and officially announced the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with their new Gear VR. ASUS soon followed suit with their full range of ASUS ZenFone 3, ASUS ZenFone 3 Ultra, ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe, ASUS ZenFone 3 Max and ASUS ZenFone 3 Laser smartphones along with their ASUS ZenBook 3, ASUS Transformer 3 and ASUS Transformer 3 Pro, all for Malaysia.