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  • Love special edition smartphones? Here are 6 of our personal favourites!

    Love special edition smartphones? Here are 6 of our personal favourites!

    With the start of a new year, you can bet that we'll be seeing a lot of new electronics and gadgets that are fancy and cool. Since we primarily cover mobile devices, the ones that we see most often are smartphones and there's no shortage of special edition devices every year.

    Some have been good and others... not so good. In that case, what are the most memorable or coolest ones we've seen? So today, let's take a look at some of the coolest special edition smartphones launched recently.

  • We won't be seeing wireless charging on the OnePlus 7 smartphone

    We won't be seeing wireless charging on the OnePlus 7 smartphone

    CEO of OnePlus, Pete Lau confirmed in an interview that the upcoming OnePlus 7 smartphone will not have wireless charging and with good reason. The OnePlus smartphones have always been about keeping the best features it has while discarding whatever they feel is unnecessary to keep the price of the smartphone low.

  • OnePlus 6 review - Still a flagship by any other name

    OnePlus 6 review - Still a flagship by any other name

    When OnePlus first came out it was the flagship killer, the one delivering flagship performance and features for a fraction of the price. Now with the OnePlus 6 and the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, up to 8GB RAM and 128GB storage is it still the value king? Find out in our review of the OnePlus 6 below.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 review - The ultimate all-rounder that has it all

    Samsung Galaxy Note 9 review - The ultimate all-rounder that has it all

    Is this the review that you've been waiting for? You probably have read some of our articles on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for the past three weeks, such as the battery, the Water Carbon Cooling System, the S-Pen and others. Obviously, this phone doesn't need any introduction. But what you probably need to know is whether this phablet is worth the purchase (starting from RM3699) or not. So without further ado, here's what we think of the Galaxy Note 9.

  • OPPO Find X review - A pretty "find" and powerful smartphone

    OPPO Find X review - A pretty "find" and powerful smartphone

    The OPPO Find X is one of the most talked smartphones of this year when it first came out. It's exquisite, the motorized pop-up camera is ingenious, a flagship by OPPO that has been long overdue over the past four years (for being too busy selling selfie centric only phones) and it seems like they pulled it off. But of course, there is no such thing as the perfect smartphone and the Find X definitely has some flaws. Is it worth spending RM3699 for the Find X? Let's get right to it!

  • ASUS ZenFone 5Z ZS620KL review - All hail the new Affordable AI-powered flagship killer

    ASUS ZenFone 5Z ZS620KL review - All hail the new Affordable AI-powered flagship killer

    Most flagship-level smartphones these days range around RM3K while supposed flagship killers go for around RM2.3K. In a big move that will likely disrupt this status quo, ASUS have announced their ASUS ZenFone 5Z ZS620KL featuring a flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage for just RM1899.

    Offering DxOMark rated cameras with a score of 90 (on par with the Google Pixel), AI-driven features and all of the above, the ASUS ZenFone 5Z is easily the most affordable flagship killer yet. We see how well it performs in our review of the ASUS ZenFone 5Z ZS620KL below.

  • OnePlus 6 Red Edition up for pre-order on Lazada + Free OnePlus Bullets Earphones

    OnePlus 6 Red Edition up for pre-order on Lazada + Free OnePlus Bullets Earphones

    Lazada has recently listed the Red Colour OnePlus 6 8GB RAM + 128GB internal storage model on their website priced at RM2799. Not only that, for the first 50 customers who pre-ordered the device will be eligible for a free OnePlus Bullets Earphones V2 which is worth RM149. The pre-orders is expected to ship somewhere around 1 August 2018 courtesy of Lazada.

  • Sony Xperia XZ2 review - Another powerful flagship but with too many features

    Sony Xperia XZ2 review - Another powerful flagship but with too many features

    The price tag of RM3299 is not an uncommon sight for flagship devices these days even though some Malaysians would shake their head, especially when it comes to Sony smartphones. Why is that?

    Well, if we look back at their track record - it's a bit of a rollercoaster ride. One day you have a pretty good smartphone, then suddenly there would be another one that has no idea what it is made for. In this review, I'll be taking you through the pros and cons of their new Xperia XZ2. Let's go!

  • vivo NEX showing its true power in AnTuTU's Top 10 Best Performing Phone of 2018 so far

    vivo NEX showing its true power in AnTuTU's Top 10 Best Performing Phone of 2018 so far

    Six months have gone in a flash and we are now entering the second half of the year now. There are already quite a few impressive and powerful flagships, how do we know? Well, thanks to AnTuTu, they just recently released a Top 10 Best Performing Phone just last month. Obviously, most of them are running on Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 but there's one surprised phone to see at number 2, which happens to be the vivo NEX.

  • vivo X21 review - A premium priced mid-range phone with many of the latest flagship feature innovations

    vivo X21 review - A premium priced mid-range phone with many of the latest flagship feature innovations

    Rewind back to a year ago when vivo was teasing about an in-display fingerprint technology, that got us quite curious about how it could potentially change the smartphone industry. And now we are finally here with the vivo X21, the company's first in-display and commercial smartphone in Malaysia during June 2018 for RM2299. Obviously, for Malaysians that it quite a high price to pay considering the tech-specs. But after using the phone for quite some time, I think it may be justified. Read more below to find out why we think so.