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Last Updated: Nov 27, 2019
Based on a report by SamMobile, Samsung has recently mentioned that Bixby will not work on Samsung devices running on Android Oreo or older starting 1 January 2020. According to the statement, only smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy S9 series, S8 series, Note 8, as well as the Galaxy A9.
Last Updated: Feb 20, 2019
The Samsung Galaxy S series has always been about flagship level performance, trend setting features and pioneering design. With the Galaxy S10 series unpacking just a day or two away, we can't help but wonder (and hope) at what the Galaxy S10 series will bring to users, so here’s how we're hoping the Samsung Galaxy S10 series moves beyond its predecessors.
Last Updated: Jan 12, 2019
The Android 9.0 Pie is officially available on the Samsung Galaxy S9 as well as the S9 Plus in Malaysia. In order to do so, head to the settings menu then select Software Update after you scroll down, then select download update manually.
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2018
12.12 sales promotion are coming real soon and there are just too many news of upcoming deal breakers coming into our mailbox. With this, we have decided to compile all of them here so that you can have a one-stop for all your gadget hunting list this week. This list comprises well-known brands such as Huawei, HONOR, vivo, OPPO, Xiaomi, Samsung, ASUS, Realme, Logitech, Shopee, Lazada, Alibaba and Alcatel (so far). Without further ado, here are our 12.12 Gadget Promotion Sales You Should Check Out!
Last Updated: Dec 07, 2018
Ice Universe has released a leaked photo of the Samsung Galaxy S10 on Twitter showcasing the Samsung Galaxy S10 design as well as the casing it will be housed in. Based on the picture, the design seems to have a horizontal island with a double camera, flash as well what seems to be the heart rate sensor.
Last Updated: Sep 06, 2018
We mentioned before that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 utilizes the same camera specifications from the Galaxy S9+, with an additional Scene Optimizer that really boosts up the photo quality (you can check out the camera comparison between the two here), but did you also know that the Dual Aperture feature also made its way to the Note 9 phablet? If this is your first time hearing of such feature, we got you covered here. Allow us to explain how it works and why it's still awesome.
Last Updated: Sep 04, 2018
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.
NewsBytes #22 - More cashless with Boost and Touch n' Go, EPF for Grab, free Yoodo 20GB data, Adobe Scan for Bixby Vision and moreLast Updated: Aug 19, 2018
NewsBytes #22 - More cashless with Boost and Touch n' Go, EPF for Grab, free Yoodo 20GB data, Adobe Scan for Bixby Vision and more
Lenovo Star Wars: Jedi Challenges AR Headset Review - Short but fun Interactive AR experience for those who are into Star WarsLast Updated: Aug 13, 2018
The Star Wars: Jedi Challenge is an AR (Augmented Reality) entertainment headset centered around the Star Wars franchise where the participant plays as a Jedi fighting against hordes of enemies including enemy Jedi and Sith Lords. The headset is normally available from Lenovo Malaysia for the price of RM729, but Digi is exclusively offering the Star Wars: Jedi Challenge for only RM388 for current and new Digi Postpaid subscribers. This review will put the game, headset and features to the test so read on and see if its the Jedi lightsaber game that you're looking for.
Turns out that Fortnite Mobile isn’t just for Samsung Galaxy Note 9, but is still exclusive to Samsung flagshipsLast Updated: Aug 10, 2018
Initially, rumours mentioned that Fortnite Mobile was so late to the party because it would be exclusively for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, but now the beta is out and owners of Samsung Galaxy flagships including the S7, S7 Edge, S8, S8+, S9, S9+, Note 8, Note 9, Tab S3 and Tab S4 can install it. It is still semi-exclusive in that you can only download the installer app from the Samsung Galaxy Apps for now, but Note 9 users will also get 15000 V-Bucks, a special Galaxy skin and access to more in-game content.