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Get a 65-inch Samsung 4K TV from RM1 a month when you sign up with Maxis Fibre and Maxis Postpaid plan!Last Updated: Sep 25, 2020
Now it's possible for you to get up to a 65-inch Samsung 4K TV at the price of RM1 a month when you sign up for a Maxis Fibre and Postpaid plan, starting from today onwards. Do note that if you’re interested in getting the 65-inch Samsung 4K TV, you’re required to sign up for a Maxis Fibre plan that’s priced at RM219 and above, while signing up for a plan cheaper than the price mentioned will get you a 50-inch Samsung 4K TV instead.
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #25 - Samsung, Huawei, realme 9.9, OPPO 9.9, Xiaomi 9.9, OnePlus Malaysia 9.9, Shopee 9.9 and Special: IFA Interview with realmeLast Updated: Sep 24, 2020
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #25 - Samsung, Huawei, realme 9.9, OPPO 9.9, Xiaomi 9.9, OnePlus Malaysia 9.9, Shopee 9.9 and Special: IFA Interview with realme
Last Updated: Sep 22, 2020
In another interview session by YouTuber MKBHD (Marques Keith Brownlee), his latest one was with Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook. In that nearly 20 minute video, MKBHD just had to ask him about what "phone is in his pocket right now" and Mark just revealed that he is a big fan of Samsung.
Last Updated: Sep 20, 2020
Last month, it was rumoured that Samsung would be looking to drop the ToF (Time of Flight) sensor for the Galaxy S21 series smartphones. Allegedly, the company felt that its ToF sensor isn't useful or powerful enough, compared to those from other manufacturers. However, it seems that the company already has a new type of ToF sensor for the Galaxy S21 series.
Last Updated: Sep 19, 2020
Some of us have multiple types of devices and would like a way to charge them all while we sleep. That's why some companies have been working on charging mats. But before Apple could even launch its AirPower charging mat, Samsung took the lead by unveiling its Wireless Charging Trio.
Last Updated: Sep 15, 2020
Samsung is one of the leading companies when it comes to manufacturing smartphone components. Not only the company is currently making Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 875G chipset, but they have also announced a few image sensors with 0.7μm pixel size today.
Last Updated: Sep 14, 2020
Based on a report by myfixguide.com, it seems that Qualcomm has contracted Samsung to manufacture the Snapdragon 875G chipset, which could be released somewhere around the end of this year. While not much is known in regards to which smartphone will come with the aforementioned chip, we do know that the contract is worth around ~RM3.5 billion.
Last Updated: Sep 13, 2020
Samsung has officially announced that from 14 September onwards until 18 October 2020, you could stand a chance to win your share of the RM472000 prize pool via the Gemilang Confirm Amazing campaign. But that’s not all, throughout the duration mentioned, Samsung will also be having a bunch of promos where you could get free gifts, rebates, and more if you were to purchase selected products.
Last Updated: Sep 11, 2020
Just two days ago, it was reported that Samsung and LG will stop supplying their OLED displays to Huawei after 15 September. While that doesn't sound too good for the China smartphone brand, we also got some leaked information that Samsung could be supplying foldable screen panels to Apple.
Last Updated: Sep 10, 2020
Based on a statement by techradar.com, it seems that Qualcomm has contracted Samsung to manufacture their Snapdragon 4 series chipset which is geared towards entry-level smartphones. While there is no news on which smartphones will come equipped with the aforementioned chipset, our source mentioned that the chip will be used by manufacturers such as Motorola, OPPO, Xiaomi, and more.