OPPO Electronics Corp (“OPPO”) makes a big entrance to Malaysia with its innovative flagship Android handset – the OPPO N1. The China mobile brand also introduced its selected portfolio of products including the Find 5 Mini, R1 and OPPO Neo.
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Huawei announced yesterday that it will continue to expand its presence in Malaysia this year by introducing more flagship mobile devices, and opening retail stores in key market centres. The world’s third ranked mobile vendor also plans to increase marketing communication activities to build stronger brand awareness locally.
Xiaomi is another emerging mobile smartphone manufacturer from China, famed for its competitively priced devices and strong emphasis on user feedback. If you remember, its flagship Mi3 sold 100,000 units in a record 86 seconds back in October 2013. The Chinese brand is already fifth largest in China behind Samsung, Nokia, Apple and Huawei. As part of its expansion strategy […]
In Part 1 and Part 2 of the Lenovo IdeaPhone K900, I touched on the key features, software, performance and overall verdict of the flagship smartphone from Lenovo. In this post, I’ll touch specifically on the camera hardware and features, which is its huge claim to fame.
OPPO Electronics Corp (“OPPO”), an international electronics company, is bringing its critically-acclaimed flagship Android handset – the OPPO N1, to Malaysian shores. We’ve just received a media invite to its launch next week, where William Fang, OPPO Electronics CEO will make an appearance to unveil the company’s product offerings.
Motorola together with Brightstar, one of the world’s largest wireless distribution companies, has brought the Moto G to the Malaysian market. Inspired by the flagship Moto X, the new device brings a premium smartphone experience to customers at an incredible price. Starting from just RM698 to be exact.
China PC-maker Lenovo isn’t a brand typically associated with smartphones. The leading PC brand in China first ventured into the smartphone race in 2012. Marketed as “LePhone” in its home country and “IdeaPhone” outside of China, the brand has quickly become the world’s third largest smartphone maker (Gartner, Q3 2013). Impressive. Courtesy of Lenovo Malaysia, I was loaned a unit […]