C is for Crave in Samsung’s Galaxy C9
The new Galaxy C9 Pro smartphone aims to satisfy the cravings of performance-driven individuals
Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017): Bringing the A-game to the mid-range
The latest edition of the Galaxy A7 is the high-end model of the new A series and is Samsung’s attempt to capture the budget-conscious segment of the market.
Android Nougat update hits a home run on Samsung’s flagship phones
Samsung’s Android 7.0 Nougat update to Galaxy S7 Edge and S7 allows users to enjoy the sweet goodness of the new features offered by the operating system.
Samsung introduces new tougher Galaxy A phones
Samsung begins 2017 in Malaysia with the launch of the Galaxy A5 and A7 on Jan 5.
DNA Test: Samsung’s Tab S2 is true iPad alternative
Samsung's Galaxy Tab S2 takes a page from Apple's iPad playbook, offering its Android tablets in a new 4:3 aspect ratio and backed by a brilliant Super AMOLED display. The DNA Test team takes the 9.7 inch Tab S2 through its paces and found a lot to like about it, despite the steep asking price.
Samsung brings affordable line of Galaxy J series to Malaysia
New Galaxy J series aims to strike balance between price and performance Design inspiration taken from higher-end Galaxy S and Grand series Samsung Malaysia Electronics’s recently unveiled mid-range Samsung Galaxy J series is now available to Malaysian consumers.
Samsung launches marketing campaign for Youth Olympics
Samsung, the Worldwide Olympic Partner in the Wireless Communications Equipment category, has launched its marketing campaign for the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games.
Has Apple’s iPhone lost its mojo in SEA?
The once impregnable dominance of Apple’s iPhone may be somewhat waning in two of South-East Asia’s (SEA) most advanced smartphone markets, thanks to a confluence of factors, all of which are slowly chipping away at Apple’s market share, Edwin Yapp notes.
Competitive pressures forcing Apple to up its ante
Apple's stock has tumbled since the introduction of its new products in March 2012. Some have been quick to judge the tech juggernaut as having lost its innovative ways since Steve Jobs passed away 15 months ago. But while it's too early to call curtains on Apple, competitive pressures are forcing it to innovate, writes Edwin Yapp.
Samsung launches Enterprise Business Division in Malaysia
Samsung Malaysia Electronics has launched its new Enterprise Business Division, aiming to take its success in the consumer space into the business frontier.