This is GadgetMatch’s master list of smartphone prices in Malaysia. Our list will be updated over time to ensure you get info on the latest smartphones and their respective prices. The prices shown below are the suggested retail prices (SRP) of these smartphones.
We have sorted this list into four categories: premium, upper-midrange, lower-midrange, and budget. We hope you can pair yourself with your GadgetMatch here!
Last update: August 15, 2018
Premium (MYR 2,300 and above)
- Huawei Mate RS Porsche Design — MYR 6,603
- Apple iPhone X (256GB) — MYR 5,565
- Apple iPhone 8 Plus (256GB) — MYR 4,621
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (512GB) — MYR 4,599
- Apple iPhone X (64GB) — MYR 4,587
- Apple iPhone 8 (256GB) — MYR 4,150
- Samsung Galaxy S9+ (256GB) — MYR 4,149
- Apple iPhone 8 Plus (64GB) — MYR 3,914
- Samsung Galaxy S9+ (128GB) — MYR 3,769
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (128GB) — MYR 3,699
- OPPO Find X — MYR 3,699
- Apple iPhone 7 Plus (128GB) — MYR 3,631
- HTC U12+ — MYR 3,599
- Samsung Galaxy S9 (64GB) — MYR 3,579
- Apple iPhone 8 (64GB) — MYR 3,442
- Apple iPhone 7 Plus (64GB) — MYR 3,159
- Apple iPhone 7 (128GB) — MYR 3,065
- Huawei P20 Pro — MYR 2,899
- VIVO NEX — MYR 2,799
- Sony XPERIA XZ2 — MYR 2,799
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8 — MYR 2,599
- HTC U11 — MYR 2,599
- Apple iPhone 7 (32GB) — MYR 2,593
- OPPO R15 Pro — MYR 2,399
- OnePlus 6 — MYR 2,399
- Huawei Mate 10 Pro — MYR 2,399
- Sony XPERIA XZ1 — MYR 2,399
First ever Mobile Legends championship is here
Prizes worth US$ 250,000 are up for grabs
“Gaming” is a very diverse word today. We now have the option to game on a console, PC, laptops, and smartphones. And in the last year, mobile gaming has been the most trending segment thanks to pure multiplayer games like PUBG and Fortnite.
Game developers have more room for improvement because phones are getting extremely powerful. One such game that’s trending right now is Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.
The game’s developer Moonton has announced MLBB World Championship, also called “M1”. It’ll be held from November 15 to 17 at Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The championship will have 16 professional MLBB teams from 14 countries, competing to win a US$ 250,000 total prize pool. Out of the 16, 8 teams will be directly selected and 8 will go through the qualification rounds.
Qualifier rounds will be held for teams from Brazil, Cambodia, Japan, Thailand and Laos, Russia, Turkey, Vietnam, and the US.
You can visit and experience the championship live by purchasing tickets which are already up for sale.
Huawei Nova 5T: ‘Fashionable’ and powerful
Same chip as the P30 Pro
The next #NovaStar has arrived. Huawei just launched the Nova 5T — a midrange phone that they say is fashion-focused while still packing some power.
The phone features a glass back design and will come in three colors: Midsummer Purple, Crush Blue and Black.
Nova 5T has flagship specs for a midrange phone
In terms of its display, the phone has a 6.26 inch FHD LCD display with a punch hole at the top left of the display. The punch hole houses the 32MP front-facing camera. Meanwhile, there are quad cameras on the back — consisting of a 48MP main camera with an f/1.8 aperture wide-angle lens, a 16MP ultra-wide angle camera, a 2MP macro camera and a 2MP depth sensor.
A side-mounted fingerprint sensor is included for secure unlocking.
Powering the device is the Kirin 980 processor. This chip can also be found on Huawei’s flagships like the Huawei P30 Pro and the Mate 20 Pro. Memory is generous with 8GB of RAM, and onboard storage is more than enough with 128GB.
It has a 3,750 mAh battery that can be topped up with a 22.5W SuperCharge fast charging technology.
Pricing and Availability
In Singapore, the Huawei nova 5T will go on sale starting September 14. Pricing will be announced September 5. Meanwhile, in Malaysia, the phone will be available in stores on September 7 and will retail for MYR 1,599. In the Philippines, the phone will retail for PhP 18,990.
Razer holds first ever SEA Games bootcamp for esports teams
Held in partnership with one of the best eSports teams in the world
Preparations for the upcoming 2019 Southeast Asian Games are underway, especially with eSports now added to the competition. Razer, the official eSports partner for the SEA Games has an idea on how to make preparations more interesting. The global gaming lifestyle brand wants to bring esports teams from all participating countries to train them by learning from the best players in the world.
Razer officially rolls out the Razer SEA Games eSports Bootcamp, a two-day training camp for eSports teams participating in the Dota 2 tournament for the SEA Games. The bootcamp will feature a series of mentorship sessions and practice games for all the competing teams from Singapore (Team X) , Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia (PG.Barracx), and the Philippines (Sibol). With the inclusion of eSports in this year’s SEA Games, Razer’s Global Sports Director David Tse hopes to “bring eSports to the next level.”
To guide these teams to success, Razer taps upon a global eSports powerhouse in the Evil Geniuses. EG’s Dota 2 coach, Sam “Bulba” Sosale will mentor the five participating teams to compete at the highest level for the upcoming tournament.
“Evil Geniuses is excited to help some of the best players in Southeast Asia prepare for it,” Sosale said. As of writing, members of the EG’s Dota 2 team are competing in the Upper Bracket semifinal round of The International 9 in Shanghai.
The Razer SEA Games eSports Bootcamp will run from September 2 to 3, 2019 in Singapore. As a treat, Evil Geniuses is hosting their first ever meet-and-greet in Southeast Asia on September 1. Fans will have a chance to get up close with members from EG’s Dota 2 team: Arteezy, SumaiL and s4, along with Bulba. Fans will also get a chance to win signed jerseys from their favorite players.
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