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The Reno2 Is Oppo’s Latest Flagship Quad-Camera Smartphone In Malaysia At RM2,299

The Oppo Reno2 is officially here and it is Oppo’s third smartphone with quad cameras in less than a month. Unlike the A9 2020 and A5 2020, the Reno2 is Oppo’s flagship release and it is a follow up to the first-gen Reno family which gave us memorable devices such as the Reno 10x Zoom.   » read more…

Patent for dual corner selfie cameras submitted by Xiaomi

A design patent for a smartphone design featuring dual selfie cameras at its corners has been submitted by Xiaomi. The patent in question was spotted by TigerMobiles, which posted a number of images of smartphones with different placements of the dual selfie cameras at the top. Some of the designs depict positions other than the   » read more…

Rumour of iPhone SE 2 supported by analyst

Famed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has added new details to his predictions for the upcoming iPhone SE 2, scheduled for a release in 2020. Among other things, Kuo predicts that the iPhone SE 2 will be have the latest A13 SoC with its 3GB of LPDDR4X RAM in addition to either 64GB or 128GB of storage   » read more…

U Mobile Will Be Bringing The Mobile Legends World Championship To Malaysia In November

U Mobile has partnered with Moonton, the game developer of the massively popular Mobile Legends to bring the Mobile Legends World Championship (M1) to Malaysia for the first time ever. The world’s biggest Mobile Legends tournament offers a prize pool of USD250,000 which will be contested among the top 16 teams from 14 countries spanning   » read more…

Samsung Galaxy Fold To Be Available Again On Oct 18 After Pre-order Sold Out

There were all-around skepticism on whether the Samsung Galaxy Fold would be a smartphone that many will buy owing to several established factors, namely its eye-popping price tag, its shaky beginning as a consumer-ready product and a general apprehension towards foldable phones as a viable future of smartphone. It was ultimately proven unfounded as Malaysia   » read more…