Your Essential Huawei Smart Devices For Mobile Gaming; From Only RM25.96 Per Day

It is evident that gamers need the right set of gear, especially those that provide crucial elements for mobile gaming such as high definition displays, fast refresh rate, crisp audio, and lightning quick connectivity.
Fortunately, Huawei’s Together 2020 Gaming Package provides all that and more, where you can get the Huawei Mate 30 smartphone, FreeBuds 3, MateBook 13 i7, and WiFi Q2 Pro for a low, low price of RM25.96 per day.

Huawei Mate 30

The Huawei Mate 30 smartphone packs unprecedented performance in the palm of your hands. Powered by Huawei’s powerful Kirin 990, the phone is capable of running current competitive mobile games such as Call of Duty: Mobile and PUBG on the highest settings and still achieve over 60 frames per second.
The Mate 30’s high definition display not only provides amazing and crisp visuals, but also features a multi-touch function which allows you to add trigger-like left and right digital buttons on its curved screen for commands such as firing and iron sights.

The Mate 30 experience goes beyond gaming as well. Expect to capture stunning photos and videos with its advanced quadruple camera system which comprises of the world’s first dual 40MP main SuperSensing cameras, 8MP telephoto camera, and a 3D depth sensing camera.
Battery life concerns will be the least of your problems thanks to the Mate 30’s massive 4,200mAh battery which can be fully charged in no time with Huawei Supercharge.

Huawei Freebuds 3

Paired with the Mate 30’s excellent visual performance, the Huawei Freebuds 3 provides you with high quality surround sound and active noise cancellation to complete your overall gaming experience and immersion.
Thanks to the Freebuds 3’s simple and comfortable design, you’ll definitely can enjoy long hours of wear for both gaming and music listening.

Being a true wireless audio device, it is equipped with the latest Bluetooth channel selection algorithm that guarantees a stable and seamless audio connection between the Freebuds 3 and other Huawei Smart Devices.

MateBook 13 i7

In need of a bigger screen or need to project your Mate 30’s screen onto a larger display for gaming? Then look no further than the Huawei MateBook 13 laptop.
With the power of NFC and Huawei’s multi-screen collaboration function, you can easily share or extend your Mate 30’s display onto the laptop with just a simple tap. It’s also the best way to transfer files between the two devices as well and you don’t even need an Internet connection to do this.

Equipped with an Intel Core i7-8565U processor, 8GB of RAM, and Intel UHD Graphics 620, the MateBook 13 i7 an exceptional laptop for your day-to-day and gaming needs. Furthermore, it also features highly effective cooling systems which allows you to work and play as long as you want.

Huawei WiFi Q2 Pro

A stable internet connection is vital for a gamer, where an instance of lag or poor latency could turn the tide against them in a competitive match. You can finally say goodbye to these shortcomings and experience fast and seamless connectivity with the Huawei WiFi Q2 Pro router.
Equipped with Huawei’s Gigahome 5630 PLC chip, you can expect higher speed and stable network communication when you’re gaming or streaming videos online. Best of all, the WiFi Q2 Pro runs wirelessly and does not require a network cable in order to be connected to a master router.

Huawei Smart Devices For Different Lifestyles And Needs

Perhaps you’re looking for Smart Devices that cater towards something other than gaming? Well, worry not as Huawei’s got you covered. Alongside its gaming package, the company is also offering a variety of Smart Device packages as part of its Together 2020 Smart Life Package plan. From travel essentials to sports and health, you can pick a package that fit your lifestyle or needs from a price of only RM8.97 per day. Best of all, all package deals come with 0% interest and 0% processing fee.
Interested to find out more on the gaming package or other Smart Life plans? Then head on over to the official Huawei Together 2020 Smart Life Package page to discover more plans and products offered to Huawei fans across Malaysia.
This post is brought to you by Huawei.
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HONOR 8S Now Available In Malaysia; Retails For RM399

HONOR quietly rolled out its entry-level HONOR 8S smartphone. Much like the mid-range HONOR 8X and HONOR 9X, the phone sports a similar design pattern, albeit with slightly different hardware in specific areas.
To start, the HONOR 8S’ AllView display measures in at 5.71-inches with an 84.6% screen-to-body ratio. Moreover, the display is also certified for TUV Rheinland eye comfort, meaning that it has less emission of blue light than other displays.
Underneath the hood, the HONOR 8S is powered by a 12nm MediaTek MT6761 quad-core SoC that runs on a frequency of 2.0GHz. The chipset is helped along by 2GB of RAM, as well as a 3020mAh to keep it running. Internal storage capacity is, unfortunately, limited to just 32GB, but it is expandable by up to 512GB via the phone’s microSD card slot. On that note, the phone also supports dual SIM cards.

Moving to the HONOR 8S’ cameras, the phone’s main camera is a single 13MP f/1.8 sensor, which the selfie camera at the front is a 5MP sensor. Clearly, it’s not the best camera setup we’ve seen, but again, it’s an entry-level device.
On that note, the HONOR 8S is already available in Malaysia and retails at an SRP of RM399. You can purchase the phone at all HONOR outlets and authorised resellers in Malaysia, as well as via the brand’s official online store.
(Source: Honor Malaysia via Facebook)
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Supposed Samsung Galaxy Fold Successor Appears Online; Sports A Clamshell Form Factor

There have been a number of previous rumours regarding the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Many of them pointed at a design closer to a clamshell. If recent images that surfaced online are to be believed, it may very well be the case.
Prominent leaker Ice Universe shared on Twitter what he claims to be shots of the next generation Samsung Galaxy Fold. They supposedly first surfaced on Chinese social media. There’s a fair amount of detail in the few shots, but most importantly, they reflect previous rumours of a clamshell.
While not quite a square, the supposed next Samsung Galaxy Fold does fold into a much smaller shape, making it easily pocketable. Unlike, say, the Motorola Razr, it folds symmetrically, so there’s no protruding chin. When unfolded though, it has a very elongated display, much like the Razr. It also comes with a punch hole camera in the middle. Around the display, the bezels are uniform, but definitely on the thick side by today’s standards.

In Chinese social media, Samsung's next-generation Galaxy Fold phone was leaked.Source: @ 王 奔 宏 pic.twitter.com/f69FAbYGxX
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 19, 2019

There’s also an elongated button on the right, which is likely the volume rocker. Next to it though, there looks to be another button that protrudes a lot less from the body. There also seems to be a mono speaker grille and a USB-C charging port at the bottom, which are not surprising. And on the back, we see a dual camera setup with an LED flash.
Beyond that, it’s hard to make out any other details from the leaked shots. Here’s hoping previous reports of an April 2020 release is accurate, so that we can find out for sure if this is indeed the next Samsung Galaxy Fold.
(Source: Ice Universe / Twitter)
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Alleged Live Images Of The OPPO Reno 3 Pro Surfaces Online

For weeks now, OPPO has been dropping hints for its Reno 3 smartphone with bits and pieces of info, photos and even videos. While on the unofficial side of things, an alleged live image of the Reno 3 Pro that showcases the phone’s design was recently uploaded online.
Well-known and reliable leaker IceUniverse uploaded two photos on their Twitter account which allegedly features the front and back designs of the OPPO Reno 3 Pro. It’s unknown if the photos were taken by the leaker themselves or was tipped by another person. Interestingly, the supposed Reno 3 Pro seems to be attached to a security tether which might suggest that it is displayed in a showroom of sorts.
The phone’s curved display and button placements seems to match the teaser video uploaded by OPPO Vice President Brian Shen in a past tweet, while the punch-hole selfie camera on its display, and the quad camera setup on its back seemingly confirms previous Reno 3 rumours and leaks that were circulating around the web.

According to IceUniverse, the OPPO Reno3 Pro is light and thin, features a 90Hz display, and – in their words – “almost perfect.” Meanwhile back on the official side, a video teaser showing off the phone’s impressive Ultra Steady Video Pro image stabilisation system was recently uploaded by OPPO’s Brian Shen.
The OPPO Reno 3 series is suggested by the company to launch sometime this month, but an exact date has yet to be confirmed.
(Source: IceUniverse.)
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LG Electronics Announces LG 2020 Ultra Monitors For Professionals And Gamers

LG Electronics recently introduced their new LG 2020 Ultra Monitor series which will be showcased during CES 2020 in Las Vegas. The series consists of three models including the LG 2020 UltraFine Ergo, UltraGear and UltraWide monitors which caters towards professionals and gamers alike.
2020 LG UltraFine Ergo Display
LG Electronics’ new generation of Ultra monitors to be unveiled at CES® 2020 are designed to dramatically improve the user experience with superior design and cutting-edge performance.
The LG UltraFine Ergo is developed with working professionals in mind, where it features an arm-type stand with a high degree of adjustability to create an ergonomic and customisable workstation. The monitor sports a 32-inch 4K UHD monitor and is powered by LG’s One Cable solution via USB-C. The latter enables the Ergo to provide 4K imaging, fast data transfer, and even power for laptop charging through a single yet convenient cable. Lastly, it also replaces the conventional monitor stand with a desk clamp for extra desk space, while its One Click mount-system further simplifies its set up.
2020 LG UltraGear Gaming Monitors

The LG UltraGear gaming monitors provides a 27-inch 4K UHD display with 1ms Nano IPS and a refresh rate of 144Hz, which can be overclocked to 160Hz. For the ease of precise colour reproduction, the monitors also offers hardware calibration to maximise LG’s IPS technology. The series also is equipped with a DisplayPort which enables VESA Display Stream Compression (DSC) support that allows for virtually lossless performance when handling 4K UHD visuals. VESA DSC is HDR and NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible, which allows the UltraGear monitors to offer variable refresh rates and adaptive sync technology.
2020 LG UltraWide Monitor

Finally, we have the LG UltraWide monitor that provides a 38-inch curved QHD+ display with 1ms Nano IPS, 144Hz refresh rate, an aspect ratio of 16:9, and supports NVIDIA G-SYNC. Other than that, the monitor also supports VESA DisplayHDR 600 for a truly dynamic HDR experience, and features Thunderbolt 3 connectivity which is an ideal feature to have for any workstation.
Aside from showcasing their 2020 Ultra Monitors at the upcoming CES 2020 event, LG has not unveiled a release date or pricing for this series. That said, it’s expected that the company will provide further details when the aforementioned event takes place next year.
(Source: LG Electronics.)
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Resident Evil 3 Minimum PC Requirement Listed On Steam

Earlier this month, Sony gave the world its first glimpse at Capcom’s remake and upcoming sequel to the Resident Evil 2 remake, Resident Evil 3 (RE3). The good news is that the game is already listed on Steam and with it, its minimum system requirements.
For your PC to effectively play the RE3, your PC will need to be fitted with either an Intel Core i5-4460 or AMD FX-6300 CPU and have at least 8GB RAM. Further, you’re also going to need either an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon R7 260X graphics card. Your system will also require DirectX 11 on it; upon meeting the criteria, your system should be able to run the game at 30 fps on Full HD resolution.
Oddly enough, the page still doesn’t yet list down RE3’s recommended hardware, and simply states that a 64-bit processor and OS will be needed. However, considering that the game seems to be running on the same engine as the Resident Evil 2 remake that launched earlier this year, it’s possible that the recommended requirements could be identical.

For context, The RE2 remake required a either an Intel Core i7-3770 or AMD FX-9590 or better, 8GB RAM, and either a GeForce GTX 1060 or Radeon RX 480 in order for the game to run at 60 fps in Full HD resolution.
Resident Evil 3 will be officially available on Steam 3 April 2020. The game is also pre-purchasable for RM247.
(Source: Steam via Techspot)
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Rise of Skywalker is the Worst Reviewed Star Wars Movie Since Phantom Menace

With Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, JJ Abrams had the monumental task of uniting a divided fanbase. Safe to say, he passed with flying colours. People who love The Last Jedi and hate it, all dislike The Rise of Skywalker. Jokes and hyperboles aside, it really is a terribly uninspiring and highly frustrating film.
To take an excerpt from my own review:
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is a frustrating final chapter, one whose skeleton is feeble and made out of nothing but nostalgic candy, whose flesh is see-through, blood is thin and whose heart doesn’t pound like the drums at the back of Dragon boats but whimpers softly.
It looks like the larger critics circle feels the same way too. The Rise of Skywalker currently has a 58% rotten score on the popular aggregator site, Rotten Tomatoes.
Check out the full list below. By order of release:

A New Hope – 93%
Empire Strikes Back – 94%
Return of the Jedi – 82%
The Phantom Menace – 53%
Attack of the Clones – 65%
Revenge of the Sith – 80%
The Force Awakens – 93%
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – 83%
The Last Jedi – 91%
Solo: A Star Wars Story – 70%
The Rise of Skywalker – 58%

There are a number of interesting takeaways from the scores above. But do keep in mind that we’re just talking about aggregated numbers. It’s not the be-all and end-all. The beauty of cinema is that it’s subjective.
Anyway, as divided as the core fanbase (on the internet) has been with many of these films, The Rise of Skywalker is only the second Star Wars film to receive a Rotten score, the first being 1999’s The Phantom Menace. There are four films that have received a score higher than 90%, including the divisive The Last Jedi and the ‘remix’ of A New Hope, The Force Awakens. The highest score is unsurprisingly attained by Empire Strikes Back, while the most harmless of the lot, Solo: A Star Wars Story gets a decent 70%.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is currently playing in Malaysian cinemas. May the Force be with you, always.
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Huawei Mate Xs To Be Showcased During MWC 2020

The Huawei Mate Xs was previously announced as awaiting a March 2020 release. It looks like the sequel to the company’s first foldable phone will be making another appearance MWC next year.
Frandroid reports that Huawei CEO Richard Yu confirmed the device’s appearance at MWC 2020. He also mentioned an improved hinge mechanism and a more resistant display on the foldable phone. This is in addition to the Kirin 990, the inclusion of which was announced previously.

Yu also mentioned a possible release in Europe, but did not specify an exact date. It is likely the Huawei Mate Xs will enter the Chinese market in March 2020 as initially announced, but its status elsewhere remains unknown. According to Frandroid, Yu said he would like to see a release in Q1 of 2020. Incidentally, the original Mate X has not reached other markets beyond China.
Further into the future, though, Yu has confirmed that Huawei is willing to make more foldable phones. He also said that we wants future devices to be lighter than the ones that are currently in the market. That said, the only other foldable phone that’s in the market right now is the Samsung Galaxy Fold.
(Source: Frandroid via TechRadar)
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Alleged Huawei P40 Smartphone Renders Leaked Online

Well, that didn’t take long. Shortly after its confirmed debut next year, alleged renders which showcases the design of the Huawei P40 series smartphone has been leaked online.
The alleged renders was uploaded by industry leakster OnLeaks on his Twitter account, as well as Indian tech website 91Mobiles. As usual of the leaker’s initial renders of a particular phone, the supposed Huawei P40 model is presented in a silhouette-like style which does not give out too much detail upon observation.

From the looks of it, the phone features a curved display which is expected to be around 6.1 or 6.2-inches. Due to the phone’s vague presentation in the render, it’s not known if it will sport a notch or punch-hole housing for its selfie camera.

On its back, the supposed Huawei P40 appears to have a rectangular camera island but we can’t say for sure how many cameras are expected to be on it. Besides that, the volume rocker and lock button is located on its right side, while a speaker grille, USB-C port, and SIM tray can be seen on the phone’s bottom.
(Source: OnLeaks.)
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Acer Predator 43-Inch 4K HDR 144Hz Gaming Monitor Is Now On Its Way To Malaysia

Barely two weeks left before 2019 wraps up but that doesn’t mean there is no longer new products coming into the market. For example, Acer is prepping up to unleash a new Predator gaming monitor into Malaysia next week.
Originally revealed to the world during the next@acer event in New York earlier this year, calling the Predator CG437K P a monitor maybe a little bit too much for some folks out there. This is because the sheer size of its 43-inch VA display which also has native resolution of 4K and 120Hz refresh rate that can be boosted further to 144Hz.

In addition to being an NVIDIA G-Sync Compatible and VESA Certified DisplayHDR 1000 display, the Predator CG437K P also has a DCI-P3 colour gamut coverage of 90% and Delta E<2 rating. Not to forget, users can choose to install LED strips on the display and customized their output through the RGB Light Sense app.
As mentioned earlier, you can look forward to check out the new Predator CG437K P 4K HDR gaming monitor towards the end of this month at selected Acer dealers throughout the country. Priced at RM 4,699, you can also choose to order it directly from Acer Online Store on Lazada and Shopee.
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