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
Lenovo Legion Phone Duel price and availability in Malaysia
Pricing right around what you expected?
They took their time, but Lenovo has bravely jumped into the mobile gaming market with the Legion Phone Duel. The phone is now making its way to Malaysia.
It’s powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragong 865 Plus SoC — the best in the business at the moment. It also comes with up to 16GB LPDRR5 RAM and a 512GB UFS 3.1 internal storage. It has a 6.65-inch AMOLED display with 144Hz refresh rate with a 240Hz sampling rate that should bode well for all your mobile gaming needs.
The Legion Phone Duel supports 90W Turbo Power Charging. This can take you from 0 to 50 percent in just 10 minutes and straight up to 100 percent in only half an hour. You can charge the phone on either USB-C ports. Yes, there are two. One in the usual bottom of the phone, the other on its side — a perfect spot for charging while you’re gaming.
Read our Lenovo Legion Phone Duel review for a more comprehensive look at the phone.
Pricing and availability
The Lenovo Legion Phone Duel comes in only two variants. Color, configuration, and pricing are as follows:
- Blazing Blue — (12GB+256GB) — MYR 3,399
- Vengeance Red — (16GB+512GB) — MYR 3,999
h/t: IGN SEA
New Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Renew Crater uses recycled materials
Launches in Malaysia and Singapore
Converse is debuting a brand-new Chuck Taylor All Star Renew Crater collection. What’s different? It uses over 40% recycled material by weight in its construction. Announced earlier in July, it’s finally going on sale here in Asia, starting with Malaysia and Singapore.
Inspired by Nike’s Space Hippie series of sneakers, this new iteration slightly updates the silhouette while retaining most of its heritage. It’s a move that apparently required feedback and work from over a hundred Converse employees.
The Converse All Star Crater sticks with the same classic high-top cut as the OG Chuck Taylor 70s. It also has similar pinstripes, collar badge and even the top cap. But the major change is the use of entirely different, sustainable recycled materials.
Nike’s Move to Zero initiative made big headlines this year with the launch of the Space Hippie collection by the Swoosh. They then brought the same initiative to Jordan brand for the Jordan Crater and the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom Crater. These all boasted a similar use of recycled materials.
The midsole is made entirely out of Nike’s Crater foam — it’s made from 12% recycled rubber. That recycled rubber comes from Nike Grind, which is made from recycled surplus manufacturing materials.
Meanwhile the upper is made out of a new material called Morphlon. It combines recycled polyester with industrial textile waste scraps to create a material that feels like classic canvas. Along with this, there’s new stitching details on the heel, midfoot, and on the pull tab on the collar.
Converse’s popular Renew line has always been a personal favorite of mine in the way they used recycled materials. It gets a nice little jumpstart thanks to parent company Nike’s aforementioned Move to Zero initiative and the use of the new crater foam.
The fact that they managed to construct these Chuck Taylors out of 40% recycled material by weight is just awesome. It’s also much needed in the times we live in.
Pricing and availability
The Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star Renew Crater will be available in Malaysia and Singapore on October 1. Pricing and where you can cop them are as follows:
Malaysia — MYR 299.90
KLCC, Mid Valley Megamall, Pavilion, Sunway Pyramid, 1 Utama, Mid Valley Southkey, Gurney Plaza and Lazada Malaysia
Singapore — SG$ 129.90
All retail doors, Dover Street Market, Lazada Singapore.
POCO M2 Pro launching soon, specs listed on Geekbench
Launching on July 7
POCO India has started teasing the launch of its next phone and it’s scheduled for July 7. However, even this phone — the POCO M2 Pro — couldn’t hide through the internet and its specs have popped up on the benchmarking tool, Geekbench.
Company teasers have already shown-off a quad-camera setup but we’re yet to know the nitty-gritty. The model listed on Geekbench is powered by a Snapdragon 720 SoC alongside 6GB of RAM. The phone shall ship with Android 10 out-of-the-box. The company has already confirmed it’ll support 33W fast charging.
According to the rumor mill, the POCO M2 Pro shall have a quad-camera setup on the rear. It’ll consist of a 64-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel wide-angle sensor, a 5-megapixel macro lens, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor.
This will be the first phone in the M-series and will play an essential role in framing the brand’s presence in the Indian market. So far, POCO has launched only two phones in India since its debut. However, at the beginning of this year, POCO parted ways from Xiaomi to operate as an independent brand.
Xiaomi already leads the market while OPPO and vivo have an extremely strong on0-ground presence. Samsung too has a considerable chunk due to its revered brand perception. Realme has consistently shown radical growth and it’s going after Xiaomi with all its might.
With an increasingly competitive market like this, POCO has a lot to accomplish. Currently, the brand only has the POCO X2 on sale.
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