The ZenFone Selfie actually differs quite a lot from the original ZenFone 2.
We've covered pretty much all of the news surrounding the OPPO F1s. It's a great phone - and you can always check out our review here. OPPO listened to your feedback and they're releasing the black edition of the OPPO F1s. However, there's a catch.
A few months ago, we reviewed the Samsung Galaxy S8+. Though, there are many Samsung lovers who are awaiting the Galaxy Note8. It has been on hiatus for more than a year - and the void within these Note series lovers are growing. With the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Note8, it's a major step-up from the Note5.
Smartphones around the sub-RM800 price range is pretty hot right now. We've seen smartphones with all sorts of chipsets - predominantly Mediatek - in the market for months. Honor 5C dropped in with quite a surprise packed in - it's decently-specced on paper, and equipped with HiSilicon Kirin 650 chipset. To know more about chipsets, do check out our editorial here.
Not too long ago, we've reviewed the ZenFone 3 Max 5.2-inch version - a.k.a. the ZC520TL, and I find it quite a lackluster upgrade from the first ever ZenFone Max. So how does the brand new ZenFone 3 Max 5.5-inch version - a.k.a. the ZC553KL - fares in our brand new tests?
MWc2017 is a big place to be, and Wiko is definitely making a dent there too. They've announced quite a few things - firstly, the Wiko U Pulse, a unique Wiko "sound identity" which I think is really cool, and their expansion to more countries. Let's start off.
More than a year and a half ago, there was a big low-price-high-data-quota telco war. It started off with Celcom's announcement of the FIRST 38 which was only available for a limited time, and then every other telco followed through. While that war is long forgotten, U Mobile is still ringing true with that particular mantra, and hence the announcement of the new HERO P38 and HERO P48 postpaid plan.
Aha! The Honor 6X was announced at CES2017, and it's the company's latest venture into an even more budget-friendly market segment while retaining the dual camera setup. It seems like Huawei P9 and Honor 8's dual camera movement have defined the future of smartphones too.