Details are scarce but Huawei Malaysia is teasing the Huawei Vision Smart Screen series. The smart TV comes equipped with a magnetic camera to enable users to communicate with family members over the internet.
Announced globally in early February, the Mi 11, Xiaomi’s latest flagship smartphone, is launching in Malaysia. True to Xiaomi’s DNA, the Mi 11 packs ground-breaking tech without breaking the bank. This includes Qualcomm’s latest and greatest silicon—the Snapdragon 888 chipset, a whopping 108MP triple camera, cinematic audio, and 50W superfast wireless charging.
In a brief email to customers earlier today, Yoodo has informed that it will be undertaking a system upgrade from 24-26 February 2021.
If you’ve been looking to upgrade your smartwatch, Garmin Malaysia is giving you more reason to do so with a trade-in promotion running from now until 31 March 2021.
If you’ve been holding back on embracing the foldable smartphone future, this may be a flipping good time to dive in. Samsung Malaysia has announced new pricing for its Galaxy Z Flip, a MYR1,889 off its original price. Joining the stylish futuristic device is the Galaxy S20 FE (Fan Edition) 5G and LTE versions.
Today, Maxis rolled out an all-new next-generation Wi-Fi 6 certified router to enhance the home wireless fibre broadband experience. Customers can expect faster speeds and better connectivity, matched with wider signal reach.
Sony has released a new free firmware update for its vlogging-focused ZV-1 camera which now lets you use it as a webcam simply by connecting it to your PC via USB. Firmware version 2.00 makes it possible to livestream video and audio without the need for additional software or hardware (not even a HDMI cable).
How’s this for a launch offer? The latest Huawei Band 4e (Active) is set to make its Malaysian debut this Friday, 19 Feb at select online platforms. The full-featured fitness band retails for MYR119, however, as part of its launch day sale, lucky customers can own this wearable for just MYR69.