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Samsung partners 11Street to push online sales in Malaysia

Samsung partners 11Street Malaysia push online sales in Malaysia with speedy free delivery, discounts, exclusive online offers and more.

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More than 8.8 million smartphones shipped in Malaysia, in 2016 – IDC

Malaysia recorded approximately 8.8 million smartphones shipped in 2016 according to the latest IDC Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker.

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TP-Link launches Neffos X1 & X1 Max in Malaysia

China-based networking product maker, TP-Link has launched the Neffos X1 smartphone in Malaysia and announced the availability of the X1 Max.

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Sony Xperia Chinese New Year Promotion, free gifts up to RM837

Sony Mobile Communications announced its Chinese New Year promotion as part of the celebration to usher in the exciting Lunar New Year of the Rooster

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Lenovo announce Moto M in Malaysia

The Moto M comes in a full-metal unibody, a lively 5.5" IPS display, Helio P10 chipset with 4GB of RAM, 32GB on-board storage and a 16MP rear camera.

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Pre-order Samsung Galaxy A5 & Galaxy A7 starting 6 Jan 2017

Samsung Malaysia has announced that its Samsung Galaxy A Series (2017), Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 will be available for pre-orders at participating outlets.

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TCL Communication will now make & sell BlackBerry branded Smartphones

TCL Communications will now design, manufacture, sell BlackBerry-branded mobile devices while BlackBerry will develop its security and software solutions.

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Samsung Pay in Malaysia, exclusive for Maybank cardholders

Samsung Malaysia Electronics and Maybank have jointly announced the introduction of Samsung Pay in Malaysia, exclusively for Maybank cardholders.

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Pre-order Huawei Mate 9, available next week in Malaysia

The Huawei Mate 9 will be available in Malaysia soon. The first 10 customers to make an online purchase will get a free Bluetooth Keyboard.

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Malaysians unhappy with Samsung’s Note7 refund/exchange program

Malay Mail survey revealed that a number of the 8,000 Note7 users in the country were unhappy with the compensation scheme announced by Samsung Malaysia.

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