That didn’t take very long did it? The current darlings of smartphones Xiaomi, is now officially the fifth largest smartphone vendor in the world based on latest data from Strategy Analytics.
Xiaomi has been getting a lot of press lately, with the young China upstart disrupting the mobile phone industry with its portfolio of high spec, priced-to-beat phones and accessories. As exposed by OCWorkbench recently though, the company has been allegedly sending data back to a China server from Redmi Note devices, unknown by their users.
Samsung‘s big-on-size, big-on-value smartphone, the GALAXY Grand 2, has taken a golden twist. The new premium gold variant is set to make you stand out in the crowd, for just RM999.
Marketing gimmick or not, Xiaomi‘s strategy of making available its phones for orders in radical spurts has undoubtedly generated much demand and buzz. On the flipside, it has turned a number of people off, even if it was to buy one of the popular Mi Power Banks via its online store.
Last week in Hong Kong, ZTE released the Blade Vec 4G, its latest mid-range smartphone with a Pure Android experience. Running Android 4.4 KitKat, the device offers the same Google experience as a Nexus device or a Google Play Edition.
If you’re a fan of the OPPO N1 and its unique swiveling camera but not big on its massive 5.9-inch footprint (or shall we say palmprint), then you’re in luck. The OPPO N1 mini, a considerably more compact version, is now available in West Malaysia, as announced by OPPO.
Maxis wants you to have an uber special Hari Raya celebrations. With the Maxis Waze Contest for Raya, you get rewarded for using the popular Waze app when you balik kampung. The contest runs from today, 25 July to 3 August, and is open to all Maxis and Hotlink customers.
If you’re heading home to visit family and friends this Raya, Samsung is hoping you’d grab a GALAXY Core 2 with you. A perfect complement to your Baju Melayu or Baju Kurung, the GALAXY Core 2 features a faux leather back design and a 4.5-inch screen.
The Acer Liquid E3 smartphone, first showcased at the 2014 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February, has finally arrived in Malaysia. The beautifully crafted mid-ranger retails for RM799, with a special limited promo at storekini.com offering the new Android-powered device at just RM599.