We're really lucky to be invited to our local media briefing of the ASUS ROG Phone. This highly-anticipated smartphone was first experienced back at Computex 2018 and since then, ASUS did quite a lot of fine-tuning and polishing to the ROG Phone. After 4 months, we now have the ROG Phone on our hands once again. There's now a USB-C dock and an official ROG Phone case too.
Well yes, Facebook just launched their new hashtag system since – oh, I don’t know – the world spammed Facebook updates with hashtags? And we all know how horrible the haze in Malaysia and Singapore...
In the world of gaming smartphones - which is still in its infancy at this point of time, we saw phones which are purely specs-dependent. But that's not enough - that's why we have smartphones like the ROG Phone. But what truly sets the ROG Phone apart from its competitors like the Razer Phone 2? Other than giving you a true unfair advantage over your enemies, here are 5 reasons why and how the ROG Phone wins over its competitors.
When was the last time you took a picture and said: "awww, that's such a nice shot but it was not in focus"? I'm pretty sure most of us have dealt with a similar situation - and Huawei's dual camera system is going to fix that with their Wide Aperture mode.
The Honor 8X was released to the market not too long ago, and we also covered the initial launch event here in Malaysia. Honor fans all over the country welcomed the new Honor 8X with open arms and made it Honor's best-selling smartphone in Malaysia as of yet. The question is - why is the Honor 8X so popular in Malaysia?
I shall start by saying this - dual-camera smartphones are all the rage these days. I've seen many people looking for a new smartphone, and one of their criteria is "must have dual-camera". While it is arguably one of the newest feature offered at the hardware level, there are major misconceptions about these dual-camera smartphones. Let's DEBUNK all of them here!