Mobile Phones: Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
News & Reviews: Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Malaysia launch
Last Updated: Jul 16, 2020
If you wanted to use Samsung’s DeX, you have to connect your smartphone to a desktop or a monitor via USB cable. However, based on findings by XDA Developers, it seems that Samsung plans to allow users to use DeX without the need to physically connect the smartphone to either a computer or a monitor.
Leaks suggest Samsung's Galaxy Note 20 series Unpacked event should be on 5 August starting from (~RM4278)Last Updated: Jul 06, 2020
Could The Next Galaxy Unpacked be on 5 August 2020? Well, if we look back at the annual event by Samsung, the date actually looks legit as it happens every August so there's little doubt. Besides, this is leaked by the ever-reliable @UniverseIce on his Twitter account with some more extra details.
Last Updated: Jun 01, 2020
As most of you should already know, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra features the longest zoom-in capability up to 100x digital zoom. On paper, that's pretty amazing but when it comes to practical usage, we don't really see much practical usage. Not only that but it also indirectly brought a problem of focusing objects at close-up shots.
Last Updated: May 28, 2020
Today, Samsung Malaysia is excited to bring in a new colour model for the Galaxy S20 Ultra and Galaxy Buds+ each. Dubbed as the Galaxy S20 Ultra Cloud White and Galaxy Buds+ Blue respectively, these two products can be purchased for the same price across the nation. That's right, the Galaxy S20 Ultra Cloud White is the same RM4999, whereas the pair of wireless blue earbuds is RM599.
Last Updated: Apr 27, 2020
So we recently did a survey of whether Malaysians prefer playing games on a smartphone or the PC/console, and we thought the result would be a close tie but that's not the case. The result? 66% of you prefer the smartphone for gaming over the PC/console. No wonder smartphone brands are working so hard to suceed in the mobile gaming industry.
So if you're one of the 66% and you're looking for a flagship gaming phone, you have come to the right place. In this article, I'll be sharing my 1-week mobile gaming experience with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. Read on below to find out if this flagship is the gaming device for you!
Last Updated: Apr 17, 2020
As smartphones improved over the years, mobile cameras have also been getting better. Because of how widely used smartphones are, most people now rely on them to take photos. For those of you who are confident with your photo-taking skills with a smartphone, Samsung Malaysia is hosting a contest for you to show off your talents.
Last Updated: Apr 20, 2020
If you ask any smartphone geek on what is currently the best screen panel for a phone, the answer they (and us) will probably give you is an AMOLED display. But why? Well, two reasons - Colours look better on the display and it consumes less battery power. Ok, thanks for reading and stay tuned for more tech arti- just joking. We are just getting started.
Last Updated: Apr 10, 2020
As most smartphone brands have built up their fan base and introduced different series of smartphones models, not all of them have an ecosystem that allows multiple devices to interact with each other. Not that we are saying all of them should have one, building an ecosystem from the ground up is not as easy as you think. So far, only 3 companies are doing that and Samsung is one of them.
Want some fun eye-catching photos? The Samsung Galaxy S20 series camera feature does it all with Single-Take!Last Updated: Mar 27, 2020
Even with phones being as advanced as they are now, how many users would have believed that there would be a camera function that can easily let you take a series of photos and videos? Well, there is one and we're here to introduce it to you. This feature allows you to easily take a variety of different photos and videos with one click and it's called the Single Take from the Samsung Galaxy S20 series!
Last Updated: Mar 24, 2020
Before 2020, it was quite evident that smartphone brands were playing the numbers game for the camera feature. If I recall, it was about 3 years ago when a 24MP camera sensor got introduced, then it jumped to 32MP, 48MP, 64MP, annddd suddenly there's a 108MP version. Will it ever stop? Unlikely, but I digress. Today, we are going to ask an important question - is the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra's 108MP camera good?