Meizu‘s rounding out their 2017 in Malaysia with a pair of new mid-range smartphones that stick to good-old-fashioned value for money. No 18:9 screens or fancy gimmicks…well, one fancy gimmick, but for the most part it’s a pretty cookie cutter bang-for-buck handset.
Meet the Meizu M6 and M6 Note.
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This is probably a great time to pick up a brand new Samsung Galaxy Note8. During the 12.12 sale, the lowest price we spotted was RM3,279 by Tesco on Lazada Malaysia. Now there’s an even lower deal and you can even get it on monthly instalment from as low as RM266.58 over 12 months.
I think KFC’s got the best fast-food fried chicken in Malaysia. Their Original and Spicy flavours are the bomb but KFC’s never satisfied — they like to experiment with new recipes. The latest recipe to hit the fast-food company’s shelves is something called the Chizza.
It’s supposed to be the best of a piece of fried chicken and a pizza. But is that really the case? We find out.
12.12 is one of the biggest online sales of the year and two Apple resellers, Machines and Switch, have joined in with great discounts on last generation products. You could get an Apple Watch from RM700, an iPhone SE from as low as RM999 and the first generation 9.7″ iPad Pro with WiFi and Cellular for only RM1,599.
Since both have an online store and had experience handling iPhone pre-orders online, it is easy to assume that it would be hassle-free. Just add to cart, check out and wait for deliveries. With over thousands of ringgit in savings on offer, you can expect a mad rush from customers that are looking for a great deal. Unfortunately, it appears that both Apple resellers had failed to handle the virtual crowd.
For those who have been waiting for the OnePlus 5T, you can pre-order your unit starting today. These are official Malaysian set that comes with a 1-year official warranty by Brightstar Malaysia.
I think the best way to describe the iPhone X‘s design is that it’s a very “in your face” smartphone. It’s unapologetic about its notch, weighty with the stainless steel band and head-turning with its minimal bezels. But the end result pays off because when someone sees an iPhone X, there’s absolutely no mistaking it for any other smartphone.
That is, until now. Now people might mistake that RM5,000 smartphone in your pocket as a Leagoo S9.
I’m someone who’s obsessed with light laptops. This obsession stems partly from the fact that I carry a lot of heavy equipment with me to events but mostly it’s because I’m weak af. That’s why LG’s Gram was always something I was super attracted to but could never get my hands on because Malaysia.
Today though, I may have found the best alternative. It’s Acer’s Swift 5 and this sleek ultrabook weighs just 970g.
Remember the RM4,799 deal for the iPhone X? Now there’s an even lower price if you’re looking for a brand new iPhone X with local Malaysian warranty. This isn’t from Lazada’s new Apple Store but it’s from Tesco, which also sell devices on its official store on Lazada Malaysia.
UPDATE: ASUS ZenFone MAX Plus pre-order is now available.
Joining the “FullView” bandwagon is ASUS with their new ZenFone Max Plus (M1). It features a 5.7″ display in an 18:9 aspect ratio. As a result, you get a wider display in a 5.2” smartphone body. In addition, it also packs a dual-camera with wide-angle capabilities and a larger battery for less than RM900.
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UPDATE: OnePlus 5T pre-order is now available in Malaysia. Price starts from RM2,449.