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  • Top 5 Raya Dengan Shopee Smartphone Deals and more!

    Top 5 Raya Dengan Shopee Smartphone Deals and more!

    Can you believe it? Hari Raya is just around the corner and you know what this means - Raya Promo Sales! With this, Shopee has already prepared a couple of promotions which have already started since 25 April until 6 June 2019, where you can Raya Dengan Shopee with tons of premium deals, Raya Special Collection, vouchers, free shipping fee on minimum spending and more!

  • Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 review - A flagship with a good mix of price and features

    Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 review - A flagship with a good mix of price and features

    2018 was quite an interesting year for smartphones, as brands were (and are) figuring out different ways to get around the notch on top of the display, just to maximize the screen-to-body ratio as much as they can. Some didn't bother switching, some made a smaller notch and there were some pop-up front cameras too. But among all these efforts, Xiaomi came out with something that's kind of an ingenious move - a simple slider mechanism on the Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 and it's currently one of my favourite phones of 2019 so far. Read below to find out why!

  • (Updated) 12.12 Gadget Promotion Sales You Should Check Out!

    (Updated) 12.12 Gadget Promotion Sales You Should Check Out!

    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!

     

  • Xiaomi is the first brand in Malaysia to offer e-SIM from RM1

    Xiaomi is the first brand in Malaysia to offer e-SIM from RM1

    Starting from 16 November 2018 onwards, Xiaomi will be the first brand in Malaysia to offer e-SIM by Durian Man app starting from a low as RM1. The e-SIM allows the device to function even without a physical SIM. Not only that, it reduces the overall cost needed to manufacture the SIM as well.

  • Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro and Mi 8 Lite coming to Malaysia this Saturday with Mi Store Pavilion KL opening + AirDots

    Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro and Mi 8 Lite coming to Malaysia this Saturday with Mi Store Pavilion KL opening + AirDots

    Xiaomi Malaysia recently announced that they'll be opening up their official Mi Store at Pavilion KL along with their Mi 8 Pro and Mi 8 Lite smartphones. While you can check the complete tech specs comparison using our site comparison tool, the stand-out differences between the three are that the Mi 8 Pro has 8GB RAM + 128GB storage and an in-display fingerprint scanner while the Mi 8 Lite has a midrange Snapdragon 660 chipset with 24MP front camera (the other 2 have 20MP front cameras, Snapdragon 845 chipsets and OIS dual rear cameras).

  • vivo V11 review - The next selfie phone that could've been better

    vivo V11 review - The next selfie phone that could've been better

    Well, that escalated quickly. It was only earlier this year that the vivo V9 was introduced then fast forward to a few months later, the vivo V11 just came out of nowhere as the new successor. Isn't it too soon? Maybe. But it's here now and we got the chance to review the new selfie modes and other features. Read on below to see what we think about this RM1699 selfie phone.

  • Pocophone F1 by Xiaomi review - A wolf in sheep's clothing

    Pocophone F1 by Xiaomi review - A wolf in sheep's clothing

    When Xiaomi unveiled the Pocophone F1 in Indonesia, the South East Asian region lost their minds and so did we. Not only because of the insane price tag starting from RM1299, but it's also carrying flagship tier tech-specs that effectively makes it the real killer of all flagship killers. But then again, does it perform well in that price range? After using it for a month, it has both pros and cons so read below if you want to know more.

  • 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.

  • POCO F1 by Xiaomi officially pushes value boundaries with SD845, 12MP+5MP AI dual rear camera, 20MP Dual Pixel front camera, infrared face unlock and more from ~RM1233

    POCO F1 by Xiaomi officially pushes value boundaries with SD845, 12MP+5MP AI dual rear camera, 20MP Dual Pixel front camera, infrared face unlock and more from ~RM1233

    The much rumoured POCO F1 smartphone by Xiaomi has just gone official with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, 12MP+5MP AI dual rear camera, 20MP Dual Pixel front camera, infrared face unlock (so it works in the dark) and 6GB RAM + 64GB storage from 20999 INR (~RM1233). Featuring LiquidCool tech in a polycarbonate (basically plastic) body, the POCO F1 also has a 4000 mAh battery and is set for release in India on 29 August 2018. No Malaysian release dates or pricing details yet, but it is expected in Jakarta on 27 August 2018, so it could eventuallly come to Malaysia.

  • 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!