Winning the coveted “Best New Smartphone at MWC 2017” award is surely no mean feat. With that in the pocket, Sony Mobile’s starts making available its most cutting-edge smartphone yet–the Xperia XZ Premium–to retail channels. Packing the best of Sony’s technologies, the stunning device boasts an incredible 4K HDR display, an advanced Motion Eye camera and a host of powerful hardware. The Japanese consumer electronics giant released its flagship device to the Malaysian market, alongside the Xperia XA1 Ultra phablet.691 0
For what I’d describe as a big name brand, LG is one elusive player, specifically in the Malaysian mobile market. While our next door neighbour Singapore usually gets some love from LG Mobile, we’re lucky to get metal flakes from last year’s devices. But hold your horses, there’s some good news. The flagship LG G6, is actually going to make an appearance officially – in the first week of May.461 2
It’s happening. The icon of the 2000s – Nokia 3310 – is actually going to make a debut in Malaysia, if leaked information from Mdroid.my is accurate. The re-imagined piece of nostalgia made a show-stealing appearance at MWC17, and it looks like it isn’t vapour-ware after all.
[UPDATE] HMD Global has officially launched the Nokia 3310, retailing at MYR239. Available starting first week of June 2017. Available in Warm Red and Yellow (gloss), and Dark Blue and Grey (matte). The Finnish “New Home of Nokia” also introduced the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 to the Malaysian market.1373 0