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  • Opinion: If the ASUS ZenFone 5Z coming in June is below RM2.2K, will it be the most value-priced flagship killer?

    Opinion: If the ASUS ZenFone 5Z coming in June is below RM2.2K, will it be the most value-priced flagship killer?

    It isn't a secret that the ASUS ZenFone 5Z is going to be launched in June 2018 as the release dates were previously revealed during the launch, but since we have another 2 months away we have some time to speculate about its Malaysia price. Earlier announced for 479 euros (RM2280) for the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage version, as we keep saying, European prices are usually much higher than Malaysian prices which could indicate that the Malaysia price would be well below RM2.2K.

  • OnePlus 5T review - The phone for big screen lovers

    OnePlus 5T review - The phone for big screen lovers

    When we reviewed the OnePlus 5 last year, it was dubbed as the flagship killer for a few good reasons and good specifications at a reasonable price. Comparing it with the iPhone 7 Plus (before the 8 and X were released), we think the former is definitely more worth it. Then after that, the OnePlus 5T was revealed coming with an 18:9 aspect ratio body for RM2388. There are not many changes per se with the OnePlus 5, so join us to check out if the new flagship killer delivers below.

  • ASUS ZenFone 4 (ZE554KL) review - A good beautiful mid-range smartphone

    ASUS ZenFone 4 (ZE554KL) review - A good beautiful mid-range smartphone

    Do you remember our previous Top 5 Shiniest Smartphones? If you've read that and was wondering why the ASUS ZenFone 4 (ZE554KL) wasn't on the list, that's because the phone was not released back in June. Speaking of that, the ZenFone 4 seems to be under the radar thanks to the new 18:9 FullView display trend lately, but despite that we did check it out and for RM2099, we think it's not that bad. Read below to find out why.

  • OnePlus 5T revealed with 6.01-inch display, new camera system and might cost around RM2388

    OnePlus 5T revealed with 6.01-inch display, new camera system and might cost around RM2388

    Some of you already know about the OnePlus 5T, well, we are still going to talk about it anyway. The device was just launched last Friday and it sure looks different from the OnePlus 5. Not only it looks different, but internal hardware is much improved as well such as the full frontal display in 18:9 aspect ratio, a new camera system, facial recognition and others. But first, let's check out the tech-specs:

  • OnePlus 5T live pictures leaked way ahead of official launch

    OnePlus 5T live pictures leaked way ahead of official launch

    An apparent full-body leak of the OnePlus 5T has surfaced online and it is majestic. It would seem that OnePlus has maintained their trademark red box with white interiors. Inside, we can see the OnePlus 5T device, the dash charger and the trademark red cable. Based on side-by-side comparisons, the OnePlus 5T is slightly larger than the OnePlus 5 but generally the form factor looks identical. Though, the home button is gone and the fingerprint scanner has been moved to the back.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review - A noteworthy Samsung Galaxy Note

    Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review - A noteworthy Samsung Galaxy Note

    The Samsung Galaxy Note series has always been a favourite for people who just love big screen devices with a stylus, it was only until the Note 7 broke that winning streak due to battery safety issues. With this, getting back the public's trust and faith was no easy task, but thankfully with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, we can safely say that Samsung has bounced back and even though it costs a hefty RM3999, allow us to tell you why the Note 8 is one of the best stylus-driven phablets to own.

  • Nokia 8 review - Return of the Legend

    Nokia 8 review - Return of the Legend

    It's been a long time since Nokia went missing in action before this year, as the ill-fated Lumia series went out of the race but now they have returned with the help of HMD Global. Earlier this year, they released the Nokia 35 and 6 but everyone was waiting for the flagship, which is the Nokia 8 and it was finally revealed in Malaysia back in September. For a flagship, it's kind of "affordable" compared with other high-end ones at just RM2299, but does it deliver? That's what we're about to find out so keep on reading.

  • First OnePlus authorized online shop in Malaysia is now on Shopee

    First OnePlus authorized online shop in Malaysia is now on Shopee

    Brightstar recently announced that the First OnePlus Authorised Online Shop in Malaysia is now available on Shopee. It offers official Malaysia priced devices like the OnePlus 5OnePlus 3T and other accessories.

  • OnePlus 5T may be cancelled! OnePlus 6 to launch early 2018

    OnePlus 5T may be cancelled! OnePlus 6 to launch early 2018

    Hold your horses OnePlus fans! There may not be a need for you to wait out for the OnePlus 5T as it may not come at all. Instead, maybe you could wait for the OnePlus 6 which has been reported to be pulled up to early 2018 according to the guys at GSMArena.

  • Motorola Moto Z2 Play review - Lighter, better, thinner and improved, but not for everyone

    Motorola Moto Z2 Play review - Lighter, better, thinner and improved, but not for everyone

    If you've read our Moto G5 Plus review, we were quite satisfied with how the device performed and we couldn't wait for the Moto Z2 Play by Motorola. The Moto Z2 Play is a successor to the Moto Z Play with an interesting concept of being a modular device. However, the Moto Mods are still being sold separately with different price tags, ranging from RM499 to RM1399 (according to DirectD.com). Is it worth spending your money on the extra mods? Find out in our review below.