Samsung’s latest flagship may feel more like a refinement than innovation, but in many ways, it works as a perfection of a winning formula, with a few added surprises, says Tan Jee Yee.
Unveiled at the second virtual Galaxy Unpacked event, the new S21 line-up is more of a refinement of its predecessors than any major leap. But that doesn’t mean it’s not lacking in terms of features and offerings.
The Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra has it all: great cameras, powerful performance and more features than you can ever use. But is it worth the price of admission?
Edwin Yapp takes Samsung’s productivity flagship out for a drive and comes back impressed.
The latest and largest Galaxy Note10 yet will be available on Aug 23.
The latest iteration of the Galaxy Note series will be arriving soon, and all signs are pointing towards a solid device
It may look the same but the new Samsung smartphone carries some meaningful improvements.
New Galaxy Note 9 will retail on 24 Aug with prices starting at RM3,699 Ups battery capacity to 4,000mAh and storage up to 512GB
The defining feature of the new smartphone is the S Pen which has been enhanced with new ways to write, draw and interact.
The two products take centre stage as Samsung targets productivity users and sports enthusiasts.