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Samsung Malaysia Electronics turning mySamsung app into a one-stop application for all things SamsungLast Updated: Nov 03, 2016
As we enter a brand new month, Samsung Malaysia Electronics has recently updated their mySamsung app to further help their customers to manage their devices, providing easy and direct access to customer service representatives, as well as enjoy Samsung ownership privileges.
Last Updated: Apr 19, 2016
[Updated List] If you haven't heard yet, Huawei Malaysia had already released their most refined and productivity driven smartphone with the Huawei Mate 8 not too long ago. In conjunction to that, from 8 April until 30 June 2016, Huawei will be running a special trade-in program for your old smartphone to get rebates up to RM1850 to purchase the Huawei Mate 8. You can check out the rebate values below but there is a special extra RM100 rebate if you get the RM2099 priced standard Huawei Mate 8, allowing you to get the smartphone for RM249 or below RM300 on the highest rebated device in this article.
Last Updated: Nov 17, 2015
So apparently, there's a leaked image of showing various Samsung Galaxy models to be updated with Android Marshmallow. Similarly to Marvel Studio Cinematic Phase plans, the image are showing 2 phase plans of which model will be updated first. There's also a third phase, but as of now there are no plans yet and it will only commence after initial testing (same goes to the n/a status below).
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 08, 2015
Both the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ recently got launched here in Malaysia to very good response from Malaysians. Featuring a new slim yet premium glass and metal design, the two new Samsung Galaxy smartphones are getting more and more difficult to find through normal channels. Apart from our tech spec comparison tool, here at TechNave.com we also have our phone plan comparison tool and the bundle plans for the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ have been updated. You can check out the various bundle plans according to monthly commitment, contract period and even telco provider with our Samsung Galaxy Note 5 plan comparison tool and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ plan comparison tool.
Last Updated: Sep 03, 2015
Samsung Malaysia have officially launched their Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ smartphones for Malaysia today with the roadshows kicking off at Gurney Plaza Penang (4 - 6 September), Sunway Pyramid (4 - 9 September) and Sutera Mall Johor Bahru (4 - 6 September). No surprises here as the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will be offered at RM2699 while the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ is going for RM3099. Thankfully, you still get free accessories worth up to RM538, up to half-price discounts for the second Galaxy Note 5 purchased and a trade-in program for current Galaxy Note users to receive discounts from RM200 to RM1150. The two smartphones will be available in Malaysia starting from tomorrow on 4 September 2015 but hit the roadshows early for the promotions.
To reiterate, the free accessories include a 11300 mAh battery pack for RM306 and a wireless charger worth RM232. The 50% off discount for the second Galaxy Note 5 means you have to purchase two Galaxy Note 5 smartphones and pay full price (RM2699) for the first Note 5 and 50% off for the second Note 5, but you have to be among the first 100 to line up for the Sunway Pyramid roadshow or the first 50 at the other roadshow locations. The trade-in program will still let you trade in your Galaxy Note for RM200, Note 2 for RM600, Note 3 for RM800 and Note 4 for RM1150. In addition, the Galaxy S6 will be priced at RM2199 and the Galaxy S6 edge at RM2599 during the roadshow period. Check out our hands-on pics below.
Last Updated: Sep 02, 2015
With the Malaysia launch date for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ happening tomorrow on 3 September 2015, Samsung Malaysia are offering free accessories worth up to RM538, up to half-price discounts for the second Galaxy Note 5 purchased and a trade-in program for current Galaxy Note users to receive discounts from RM200 to RM1150 for the first day of their roadshow on 4 September 2015. The roadshow will be held at Gurney Plaza Penang (4 - 6 September), Sunway Pyramid (4 - 9 September) and Sutera Mall Johor Bahru (4 - 6 September).
The free accessories include a 11300 mAh battery pack for RM306 and a wireless charger worth RM232. The offer for the 50% off the second Galaxy Note 5 means you have to purchase two Galaxy Note 5 smartphones and pay full price (RM2699) for the first Note 5 and 50% off for the second Note 5, but you have to be among the first 100 to line up for the Sunway Pyramid roadshow or the first 50 at the other roadshow locations. The trade-in program on the other hand lets you trade in yourGalaxy Note for RM200, Note 2 for RM600, Note 3 for RM800 and Note 4 for RM1150. In related news, the Galaxy S6 will be priced at RM2199 and the Galaxy S6 edge at RM2599 during the roadshow period.
Last Updated: Aug 12, 2015
While we live in a world where people use their thumbs to type on touchscreens, the pen remains one of the most used tools in human history to date. As we gear up for the imminent arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in the next few days, Samsung have come out with an article describing the role of various pens in human history with perhaps the inclusion of Samsung's own S Pen stylus. Currently available on Samsung devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and other Galaxy Note devices, the S Pen can be used to replace your mouse and keyboard while giving your thumbs a rest as well. Check out Samsung's take on the role of pens (and the S Pen) in this article or see our review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 as well.
Last Updated: Jun 16, 2015
When it first came out, the ASUS ZenFone range of smartphones made a huge impact as devices that looked as good as flagship smartphones with nearly as good performance and features yet were priced for the entry-level to midrange. Obviously, the ASUS ZenFone 2 range of smartphones have rather big shoes to fill, but with features like 4GB RAM, 5MP PixelMaster front cameras, 64-bit Intel processors, 4G LTE and improvements across the board, the new ZenFones could very well surpass the achievements of its predecessors. Does it live up to the hype or break expectations? Check out our full review of the 4GB RAM enabled ASUS ZenFone 2 ZE551ML with 32GB storage to find out.
Last Updated: May 19, 2015
After it's initial Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge trade-in program got widely negative criticism for rather low trade-in value, Samsung Malaysia have apparently increased the discount and added a few more trade-in options. While the highest value discount remains the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 at RM1200, now you can trade in any other smartphone not listed in the table below for RM200. The dates to do the trade-in remain the same from 9 May 2015 to 31 May 2015 at Samsung Authorised Stores though. Samsung Malaysia have made the terms and conditions clearer as well in that the trade-in device must have a functional and uncracked screen, it shouldn't be damaged or have missing buttons, it can be unlocked and still works. For more details and a list of participating stores check out the Samsung Site.