Samsung powers Sunway’s first made-for-web reality game show

Samsung has been announced as the official smartphone provider for the first made-for-web reality game show in Asia Pacific – Sunway Group’s “The Amazing Sunway City Challenge.”

The regional challenge will see 10 social media superstars from 10 countries pit against each other across Sunway City’s key locations. This group of influencers have a collective fanbase of 25 million.

The champion of The Amazing Sunway City Challenge will walk away with MYR25,000 worth of Sunway Pals Points and a new Samsung Galaxy Note9.

Malaysia’s Jaa Suzuran, the Philippines’ Medyo Maldito, India’s RJ Abhinav, Indonesia’s Michelle Joan, Singapore’s Matthew Stewart, Taiwan’s Ironbull, Thailand’s SorDor Style, China’s Gong Yi, South Korea’s Hong Young Gee and Egypt’s Hadia Ghaleb have been named as participants for the action-packed reality show.

The powerful, “best for everything” smartphone – the Galaxy Note9 will be put to the test by influencers as they brave the daunting missions set out for them.

Viewers will be able to explore Sunway City Kuala Lumpur’s attractions through videos and social media postings. They will also get to participate in contests that will be run throughout the planned four webisodes.

The four webisodes will air in February 2019 on, the official web broadcaster; IDN Times, ET Today,, LUVE, Sunway City and WebTVAsia’s official social media platforms. The show is anticipated to reach more than 54 million viewers around the world.

The Galaxy Note9 is Samsung’s best device yet. The flagship device has a large 6.4-inch QuadHD+ Infinity Display and is powered by the octa-core Exynos 9810 processor with Adreno 630 graphics.

It comes with either 6GB RAM + 128GB storage or 8GB RAM + 512GB of onboard storage. Colour options include Ocean Blue, Midnight Black, Lavender Purple and Metallic Copper.

Now with bigger standard storage, Samsung has also upped equipped battery to 4,000mAh that fast charges via USB Type-C. Not only that, the Galaxy Note9 also fast charges wirelessly.

The Galaxy Note9 adopts the same 12MP f/1.5-2.4 dual-camera system with variable aperture found on the Galaxy S9+ but have tweaked it to make it even better.

The S Pen is also now so much better. It comes with Bluetooth LE integration so it can be used as a remote control and it automatically charges when you slot it back into the Galaxy Note9 body.

The Galaxy Note9 128GB retails for MYR3,699 while the 512GB model goes for MYR4,599.

There’s plenty more to love, read more here: Everything Samsung Galaxy Note9.

By Vernon

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