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Last Updated: Dec 16, 2020
If you don't know DxOMark, they are a group that specializes in reviewing, testing and grading smartphone cameras. And if you're a smartphone enthusiast, you would probably have come across its name for giving scores on newly release smartphones but it seems that they are introducing a U.S.-only ranking.
Last Updated: Oct 05, 2020
It was just a few weeks ago when we heard of rumours about an Exynos 1000 chipset, which will be used for next year's Samsung Galaxy S21 series. But is that the chipset that will bring them back into relevance? We're not too sure about that yet, but there's another rumour about the new chipset manufactured on a 5nm fabrication process.
Last Updated: Jun 16, 2020
If it's not the pixel count, then it's the number of cameras. Smartphone brands can get rather competitive when it comes to camera specs these days and Samsung wants to get a leg up on the competition. Allegedly, the patent for a new Galaxy smartphone was found and it featured 6 cameras at the back
Last Updated: Nov 22, 2016
We have reported that Samsung just bought the company Harman recently, which is part of Samsung’s push into the automotive electronics sector. However the company also now holds the brand rights to the Harman stable of audio peripherals – and a recent press conference between the two company has listed out the direction Samsung will take for the audio specialist.
Last Updated: Jun 28, 2016
The Samsung fingerprint scanner cum home button has been in place since the Samsung Galaxy S5 was introduced, and the shape and design has been maintained ever since. However a new patent spotted online may change everything as the company may change the shape into a circle, ala Apple iPhones.
Last Updated: Nov 13, 2015
A tweet posted by @Ricciolo1 was spotted online claiming a Samsung Unpacked 2016 event next year on 21 February in Barcelona hinting a Samsung Galaxy S7 reveal, while a different Tweeter source released some pictures of the successors to the Samsung Galaxy A3 and Samsung Galaxy A5 online.
Last Updated: Nov 06, 2015
According to Weibo, there are rumours going around that analyst Pan Jiutang was heard to be saying Samsung is considering a 10% discount on the Samsung Galaxy 7 when it debuts next year.
Recalling the past, Samsung did the same strategy for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge by cutting 10% too, and it seems to be a good marketing strategy for the group in their last quarter which ended on a positive financial note thanks to the good sales of flagship devices. On the other hand, they’re doing this to also keep themselves in the competition with various Chinese smartphone manufacturers heating up price wars in retail and online channels.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 now comes in four colours and trade-in your old Note for up to RM1150 discountLast Updated: Oct 05, 2015
Samsung Malaysia recently revealed that their latest Samsung Galaxy Note 5 phablet is now available in four colours including black sapphire and silver titanium. In addition to this, they also revealed that the S-Pen powered phablet will also be available for trade-in at various roadshows. While the first roadshow already finished at Putrajaya, the next slew of roadshows are expected to start from 15 October 2015 to 1 November 2015. Also in addition, Samsung Malaysia and Ingram Micro are also offering trade-in discounts both for your older Samsung Galaxy Note phablets along with other smartphones, with the actual price to be evaluated by Ingram Micro staff on site. Priced at RM2699, the trade-in discounts can go up to as high as RM1150 but for a full list of all the roadshows and trade-in pricing go check it out in this article. In the meantime, you can see exactly what we thought about the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in our full review.
Last Updated: Sep 29, 2015
It has only been recently that the Samsung Galaxy Note phablets have started looking better than just oversized slate smartphones with built-in styluses, but even the previous Galaxy Note 4 wasn't the most fashionable phablet around. The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 on the other hand, features a metal and glass design that is both striking and premium looking, quite easily making it the best looking Note phablet yet. Does this affect the performance in any way? We find out in our review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
Last Updated: Sep 10, 2015
The recent launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 saw the Note phablets taking a turn to the fashionable side as it now comes with a Samsung Galaxy S6 inspired design of premium metal and glass. Gone are the leather-like patterns on the back but this isn't a bad thing as you can see with our hands-on video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Priced at RM2699, the Galaxy Note 5 offers a number of new and improved features not least of which include a faster Samsung Exynos processor, 16MP ISOCELL rear camera and spring-loaded S-Pen stylus. Check out our hands-on video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 below: