Huawei Band 6 Health Tracking Design

Huawei Band 6 Health Tracking Design

Huawei Band 6 Health Tracking Design. There is no denying that the overall design is standard for health trackers. But the curved shape and large screen size are Huawei’s strengths. It is also comfortable to use for long periods of time and does not easily itch the skin like the Mi Smart Band 6. Due to this uniqueness, it becomes a disadvantage due to the design that has been recycled since time immemorial. Although there are changes, but if only small changes and do not make an impact – Huawei Band 6 if seen will feel a little bored.

What’s New?

It can be said that there is nothing new. Huawei Band 6 is more of a rebranding of Honor Band 6 for the Malaysian market. It’s just that Huawei hasn’t had a health tracker like this for a long time, so for it to come back – it can be said that Huawei has a wearable gadget product that is a little fresher.

Accelerator sensors are included for activity tracking functions, optical sensors are for pulse scans, SpO2 sensors, 96 sports modes, menstrual cycle monitoring, and more can all be used on this small product. Using a stand -alone system, the fourth version of Huawei TrueScreen pulse scanning is used for better data. Huawei TrueSleep 2.0 for sleep monitoring and finally Huawei TruRelax for stress monitoring.

Basic features and functions like music play, weather, notifications, alarms, phone calls, camera shutter control can all be used well. Oh yes, out of the 96 sports modes just now – 11 modes are new and some of them can be activated automatically.

Also Read: Huawei Band 6 Brief Review 


Still Great Or…?

Greatness is is smooth and fast. Makes the experience of handling this product pretty good, But alas, it’s not that great and overly basic. Basics where it can’t compete with Mi Smart Band 6 such as user -friendly interface, faster animation transitions; more responsive touch and many also missing features.

Huawei Band 6 Brief Review

Huawei Band 6 Brief Review

Huawei Band 6 Brief Review. Huawei is no longer a popular brand, since their devices do not have GMS support. Even so, in Malaysia many new Huawei products launched in China – will continue to be offered. In fact, Malaysia is now one of the first countries globally to receive new Huawei products such as the Vision S smart screen, Huawei Band 6, MateStation and more.

At Amanz Labs, the Huawei Band 6 has arrived almost a month ago. After using it for so long – I can say that this health tracker is one of Huawei’s best products. It’s much less with Huawe WatchFit last year, but smaller and more affordable.


Like most health trackers, the Huawei Band 6 also has many features and functions similar to the Mi Smart Band. There are dozens of sports modes, a sleep monitoring system, all -day SpO2 scans, pulse scans, a two -week battery and a sizable and bright OLED screen. The screen size is 1.47-inches, the frame is aluminum, the shape is slightly curved for more ergonomics on the wrist and the watch strap is also more comfortable.

Speaking of watch straps, Huawei is still using the same concept over the years. it is difficult to remove when compared to competitors. The construction material of the watch strap is silicone rubber, the screen resolution is 194 x 368 pixels, there are physical buttons on the side, using Bluetooth 5.0, and also 5ATM protection.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Battery Quality 

Looks The Same But Not

Like I said earlier, the Huawei Band 6 looks just like the Huawei WatchFit – but it’s actually not. Design yes, maybe more or less. But WatchFit is much smoother and faster. The operating system used is its own, not Harmony OS. It’s more basic, feels empty and is simpler to use.

The insanely large screen size, capable of displaying more content such as messages can be read more easily, touch controls are more efficient, and the lightweight build makes users unaware that there is a wearable gadget at hand.

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Battery Quality

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Battery Quality

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Battery Quality. We don’t know what the actual life of the SmartTag battery is because we didn’t find it on Samsung’s official site. Other sites say the battery life is between 100-280 days. Battery levels can be checked via the SmartThings app. However, we feel it is not very helpful because it displays Sufficient when the battery is in the range of 100% – 16%, Low (15% – 6%) and Very Low (5% – 0%). We don’t know what the actual battery level of the SmartTag is after three weeks of use. When finished, the process of replacing the CR2032 battery is not burdensome because it is sold at a price as low as RM2 per grain.

Also Read: Tips to Losing Samsung Galaxy SmartTag 


As a forgetful human being, the SmartTag is a device that is now becoming necessary in daily life. During the three weeks it was used, no more problems were forgotten where car keys and smartphones were placed. The main problem is that it only supports Samsung smartphones at the moment. Without it SmartTag will not work.

For those who fall into the category of humans with goldfish memory, we recommend purchasing it as it is well worth it. At a price of RM99 for one or RM159 for a pair, we feel it is worth it to resolve the issue that can cause a house to sink when the object to be sought cannot be found. An alternative on the market is Tile which offers similar features but is operating system agnostic but is sold at a slightly more expensive price.


The body with the dull packaging is not easily scratched or traps dirt.
Works well for tracking lost objects or locating lost phones.
Small size that does not cause discomfort when in the pocket.
Built -in lock loop – No need to buy additional accessories.
A very loud ringing.
The battery is durable and inexpensive to replace.


Can only be used by Samsung smart gadget.
The lock loop is made of plastic whose long -term durability is questionable.
Does not have any waterproof capability.
Requires a Samsung network of devices to track lost items.

Tips to Losing Samsung Galaxy SmartTag

Tips to Losing Samsung Galaxy SmartTag

Tips to Losing Samsung Galaxy SmartTag. What happens when a lost item with a SmartTag is out of the owner’s bluetooth coverage? According to Samsung the location of the SmartTag can still be tracked when it is near another Samsung Galaxy device. The location will be updated on the SmartThings map when this happens. In this situation to retrace the lost item the owner has to hope that found it using a Samsung gadget.

Unlike the AirTag, Samsung does not provide NFC support on the SmartTag which allows devices with NFC scanners to read the owner’s stored address and phone number. In our opinion, this feature should be borrowed from AirTag as it allows anyone to get owner information when an object tracker marks it as missing.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Usage And Software 


Search Feature

The search feature using augmented reality Ultra Wide Band (UWB) technology is not supported on SmartTag. If this is a feature you really need, we recommend SmartTag+ which is currently not yet offered in Malaysia. With UWB the actual position of the missing object can be tracked more accurately complete with directions in the SmartThings app.

Another feature that can be done is to search for smartphones using SmartTag as long as there is a bluetooth connection. The phone will ring when the SmartTag button is pressed twice. If you’ve ever owned a Samsung smartwatch, this feature is the same as Find My Phone. The device will still ring loudly even if it is placed in mute or DND mode.

Another additional feature is the activation of connected devices (IOT) used under the SmartThings umbrella. Users can activate the connected device at home as soon as the SmartTag button is pressed for a second. For example home lights and air conditioners in the house can be activated with the press of a button. We are unable to test this feature because we do not have any Samsung connected devices at home at this time.

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Usage And Software

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Usage And Software

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Usage And Software. Start first with a little bad news. Currently SmartTag can only used on Samsung Galaxy smartphones. This is because it requires Samsung SmartThings support built into every device of their release. The move taken by Samsung is similar to Apple which only allows devices in their ecosystem to use used object trackers.

If you have a Samsung smartphone, the process of activating SmartTag is very simple. Immediately after being removed from the box the user simply needs to press the SmartTag button and a screen displays its image on the phone screen. Follow the instructions given to name it and the SmartTag will registered to the owner’s Samsung account.

During the registration process, the user only needs to set on the object whether it will bound. There are options for pets, luggage, bikes, umbrellas, car keys and much more. Samsung has listed the wallet in this list but as we said in the previous paragraph the SmartTag is too thick to stored comfortably in it.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Design Advantage 


Once registered, the SmartTag will listed under the Devices option on the device notification tray along with other smart gadget that have previously tethered to the device. As long as it is still within bluetooth coverage (up to 20 meters); the SmartTag icon will displayed with a color indicating it still has an active tether.

In SmartThings the owner can view the location, perform a nearby search (Search Nearby), navigate to the last location it detected; and sound an alarm to facilitate the search process. The SmartTag ring is extremely loud with 10 alarm sounds provided as an option. Using this alarm feature is more effective than the nearby search feature which we feel is less accurate.

It is highly dependent on the strength of the bluetooth signal. A green loop indicating inconsistent bluetooth signal strength. Sometimes it shows the maximum signal when the SmartTag is next to the device; and sometimes an incomplete signal is displayed with the device in the same location.

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Design Advantage

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Design Advantage

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Design Advantage. Tile also has advantages as it is offered in various sizes and thicknesses. There are models that are thin enough to fit into a wallet. SmartTag is too inflatable like a pillow to put in a wallet. If you do this the wallet will inflate so it is uncomfortable to be placed in a pocket especially on the back.

This relatively inflatable design is used because of the replaceable battery. This is the advantage of SmartTag when compared to Tile which is a disposable gadget that when the battery runs out needs to be replaced with a new one. SmartTag uses a CR2032 flat battery that supplies power for up to 300 days before it needs to be replaced.

Why doesn’t Samsung use rechargeable batteries? No answer is given but it is possible to reduce cost and thickness. If the charger port and charging mechanism are included SmartTag may be more boroi than the design used now.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Brief Review 


Body Material

The whole body is made of plastic with a faded finish. This is the best option as it is not scratchy at all after we use it for three weeks and we are human beings with a reputation like monkeys getting flowers. Not only is it hard to scratch it also doesn’t trap dirt like a magnet. We’re sure you’ve read the Apple AirTag report that scratches the balar after only a few hours of use. This issue did not appear directly during the SmartTag review period.

The issue for us is that the SmartTag does not come with any waterproof and dust resistance. During the weather review period in Malaysia it was heavy rain (sometimes storms) in the evening. When going to the Ramadan Market, we need to be careful to keep our hands dry before removing the key with the SmartTag from the pocket for fear it will cause damage to the tracker. While there is no official IP standard, we found that if it’s just a splash of water, the SmartTag is tight enough to prevent water from entering the interior space that houses the battery.

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Brief Review

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Brief Review

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Brief Review. At 42, I can already be categorized as a vintage human being. The head of the knee is already loose, the stomach is already bulging like an E-Honda, the ears are getting deaf and the memory is getting failing. Of the four things that happen after entering Series-4 it is the memory that is no longer as good as before is the most annoying thing. A phone that failed to be found at home is an incident that I can say happens at least once a day. Most embarrassing is that sometimes it is in the pants pocket but not felt.

When this happens, I will use the Find My Device feature for Android devices; and Find My for Apple -owned devices. This requires me to have another device to activate ringing on the missing device. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a simpler system for memory problems as bad as goldfish in this aquarium?

Also Read: Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6 Verdicts 


Specifications And Designs

If you are a user of Samsung gadget, the answer is SmartTag which was first offered in Malaysia since last February. It is a bluetooth location tracker device with various additional features that give it an edge over other trackers on the market; such as Tile and AirTag which were just launched a few weeks ago.

SmartTag is made of plastic with a black body or Oatmeal. In a rectangular shape equal to the rounded sides. It reminds us of a pillow cookie but with a hook hole that allows it to be connected to a house key coil; or attached to a necklace around a pet’s neck. At the top there is a multi -function physical button and at the bottom there is a hole for speakers.

With this design no additional accessories need to be purchased separately by SmartTag users. Samsung took the same steps as Tile and it is more practical than the steps taken by Apple AirTag. But we still feel the Tile design is more user friendly; because first and foremost is the user of the metal loops on the outside. It is more durable for a long time. From personal experience having a plastic connection key ring, it will become brittle after a few years. The future of SmartTag looks a little bleak because of this used plastic loop part.

Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6 Verdicts

Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6 Verdicts

Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6 Verdicts. If you’re familiar with any health tracker, everyone knows for sure nothing is really accurate. Mi Band on my frugality has good site tracking. It can be in the category. Then from within the Xiaomi Wear app or in iOS, Xiaomi Wear Lite – each tracking and monitoring mode has additional details that are clearer and the data is easier to read and understand by users.

Regardless of pulse, SpO2, breathing etc are all interesting to look at. For sleep monitoring, here Xiaomi has a strange conclusion. Already slept for a few hours, and sometimes even slept longer than usual – the conclusion given is not enough sleep. So not so sure what Xiaomi wants? Is sleeping forever, that is, dying, the only conclusion of adequate sleep?

While the health tracker is a cheap/budget/affordable/basic wearable gadget, Xiaomi lags slightly behind Amazfit in overseas markets. For example, Mi Band still does not offer a digital assistant and in Malaysia there is no NFC support for unlocking smart door knobs or cashless payments.

Also Read: Mi Smart Band 6 Looks The Same 


Mi Smart Band 6 is a good and quite satisfying health tracker. But, the large screen and no more capacitive control buttons make the use a little weird for those already using the Mi Band 2. It uses full gesture controls like scroll up, down or sideways. It took about 4-5 days for me to get used to. Others are still great.

Even so, Mi Band 5 users are not encouraged to switch to Mi Band 6 as there is no significant difference and it will change your user experience. On the other hand Mi Band 6 is for Mi Band 4 users, or Mi Band 3 and below only.

After using the Oppo Band, Mi Band 6 and Huawei Band 6, I would say a better experience is still won by Xiaomi. Big screen to Huawei, Oppo – hard to rate because based on the specs it is the weakest.

The battery is also still more or less the same, capable of lasting a maximum of 14 days or extreme use as many notifications will last around 10 days. Then charging is also more efficient, where the device does not need to be removed from the watch strap. Huawei and Oppo need to.

Mi Smart Band 6 Looks The Same

Mi Smart Band 6 Looks The Same

Mi Smart Band 6 Looks The Same. Because it looks more or less the same, the design of this Mi Smart Band 6 is not a surprise factor. It looks a little bored with the watch strap still more or less the same. If you have a Mi Band 5, this Mi Band 6 is just the “Plus” version where for the big screen. Comfort also still remains the same, no itchy skin problems and so on.

What’s New?

If it looks the same, what’s new? Screen. Only the big screen is the most obvious thing we can differentiate between these two generations of health trackers. With a larger screen, the content displayed is even clearer. For example, now almost three application icons are clearly visible and there is no problem to scroll, scroll and scroll to go to the application you want to open.

In addition, Xiaomi also added workout history which allows users to monitor the history of activities that have been done. For those interested, 11 new sports modes are also included. Indirectly make this health tracker complementary to monitor the fitness and health of users.

Also Read: Xiaomi Just Launched Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6 

What Can You Do With The Application?

If before Mi Band used the Mi Fit app, now like Mi Watch – Xiaomi Wear app needs to be used. This application is quite good and more beautiful, neat and pleasing to the eye compared to the old Mi Fit. Even so, it’s still unstructured and arguably a bit fibrous due to too many options. Organized and neat I say this is the interface, such as the use of tabs, avatars, easier and faster access.

It’s kind of weird that a Mi Watch watch that I already don’t use can’t be thrown away. It seems to be tied up in my Xiaomi account. But Mi Band has no problem being added and discarded.

The downside of this new app is that it no longer supports syncing to other services like Google Fit or Strava. At Mi Fit, both of these services can be used in conjunction with Mi Band smartband gadget. Not sure if Xiaomi is no longer working with them, or the Xiaomi Wear app is still not fully developed.

Xiaomi Just Launched Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6

Xiaomi Just Launched Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6

Xiaomi just launched Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6, although they have started to focus on basic smart watches; the Mi Smart Band (the old name of Mi Band) is still constantly being updated. The latest to enter the Malaysian market is the Mi Smart Band 6, which looks similar to the Mi Smart Band 5 – but there is something that makes this year’s version even more unique.

I have been a user of Xiaomi health trackers since the first Mi Band. I also use Mi Band 1S, Mi Band 2 and get the latest. This makes me more comfortable with the offerings that Xiaomi brings and I feel this Mi Smart Band 6 is among the best they have ever produced. Why?

Also Read: Realme Narzo 30A Can Record a Good SoT 


Since the Mi Band 2, Xiaomi started including a screen on this health tracker gadget compared to the older generation with only LED lights. But only on the Mi Band 4 is a colored OLED screen used. Until the Mi Band 5, all available Mi Band screens had capacitive touch buttons for easier control. This button acts as a button to the home screen or press and hold to open something.

On the Mi Band 6, this button has been removed. With a design that is still more or less the same as the Mi Band 5, the Mi Band 6 has a much larger screen due to the loss of this button. From a 1.1-inch screen, it is now a 1.56-inch, higher resolution of 152 x 486 and maintains the same brightness of 450 nits. Mi Band 6 is also a little thicker, but not that noticeably different.

SpO2 support, 30 sports modes, 24/7 pulse scan, sleep monitoring, 5ATM protection, 14 day battery, pressure monitoring, breathing exercises; and even women-specific modes are all still usable. What’s in Mi Band 5, is in Mi Band 6.

Realme Narzo 30A Can Record a Good SoT

Realme Narzo 30A Can Record a Good SoT

Through it, the Realme Narzo 30A can record a Good SoT (Screen-on-Time) time-with readings of around almost 10 hours in moderate use. It may however vary according to the respective usage patterns. Can last up to two days without any problems with light use. Anyway, it can still be said to be a satisfying thing. For recharging, the device comes with an 18W based charger. Through this charger, the device can be charged in about 2 hours more than to be completely full.


In short, it is not an exaggeration to say that the Realme Narzo 30A is just a cheaper Realme Narzo 20. If you are the owner of Realme Narzo 20, it feels like there is no need to switch to this realme gadget. In fact, the offerings on the Realem Narzo 20 feel better than this device.

Also Read: Realme Narzo 30A User Experience 

For the most part, it’s probably not the perfect device. Coupled with some ‘sacrifices’ in the specifications made. But, it is a device that is still suitable for everyday use. It also provides good efficiency for the basic use of a smartphone. Praise is also given to the design and good battery life

Thus, you can consider buying the Realme Narzo 30A if you want a device with long -lasting battery capacity. If performance is a priority and you’re a hardcore first -timer, it feels like it’s not recommended at all. For those who are interested, you can buy it at a price tag of RM599 each through various selected platforms – such as Lazada, Shopee and Realme authorized distributors throughout Malaysia.

Realme Narzo 30A User Experience

Realme Narzo 30A User Experience

Realme Narzo 30A user experience will definitely be better. This is not, they seem a bit stingy to give it. Meanwhile, there are already the closest competitors in the same class and price range dare to include such functionality on their output devices. The screen is also kind of flat with a rather thick bezel. It feels like it’s already blended with the DNA on the Realme device. Why? Arguably most of their smart gadget come with a thick bezel on the chin.

Although, we have given negative mixed comments in some of the paragraphs above. However, the screen performance on this device is still adequate for normal daily use. It is able to provide a bright display with color production and viewing angles that look fine. If you often use smart devices with FHD+resolution, no doubt you will find that the screen of this device easily displays pixels. Especially, when you use it to read text or see image details on pictures. Still, it feels like it’s not a big deal for those who just want to buy a smart device for everyday use.

Also Read: New Experiences in Realme Narzo 30A 



The Realme Narzo 30A uses a MediaTek Helio G85 chip. Notice or not, this is also the same chip used on the previous Realme Narzo 20. Not only that, the support for its memory space is also the same with a matching 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. However, for those who feel this space is not enough. It can still be expanded using a micro SD card up to 256GB.

Although this chip is not the latest, but it is still capable of handling a number of daily tasks well. Using it as a phone for social media or surfing the web also feels fine. It’s just that there are times when the time lag problem will happen for some situations.

New Experiences in Realme Narzo 30A

New Experiences in Realme Narzo 30A

For this time, design has been drastically changed by putting the style on top. Through it, it is now under the camera module. However it is unclear why Realme did so for the model this time around. But, we can target those who might want a change by trying something new style. Or, they want to experiment with a variety of exciting new experiences in Realme Narzo 30A. Who knows not?

One more thing, it should be admitted that the finish of the back panel on this gadget also reminds us of a number of models under their Realme C series. It’s not entirely the same but this kind of striped finish we often find on the Realme C series – for example like the Realme C15, Realme C12 and so on.

Also Read: Realme 8 Pro Battery Capacity 



Even so, the finish that adorns the back panel of the Realme Narzo 30A looks more prominent and implies its own message. Arguably it may be quite suited to the tastes of youngsters who prefer a simple, elegant and modern style. Then, the choice of colors accompanied by ‘modern’ elements reveals the catchy appearance of the young way.

Through it, it appears the pattern divides this back panel into two parts with different looks. Where, the top looks flat then there is a physical fingerprint scanner shaped for which it is placed in the middle. It works just fine and is well located in an easy place to reach. Meanwhile, the bottom is decorated with a textured gadget design that helps in giving a pretty good grip. There are two color options to choose from – such as Laser Blue and Laser Black.

Realme 8 Pro Battery Capacity

Realme 8 Pro Battery Capacity

Realme 8 Pro battery capacity. With this 4,500mAh battery used, if you notice this is the same battery capacity as the previous Realme 7 Pro. When I use it in a simple situation – it is capable of giving SOT readings of up to 9 hours. For recharging, the Realme 8 Pro supports 50W charging. But, the Realme includes a 65W charger head inside the box. The USB connection port is used here and it takes around 50 minutes for a full charge.


In conclusion, it is no exaggeration if I say the Realme 8 Pro is a Realme 7 Pro but enhanced in terms of camera offerings. For me personally, if you are an existing Realme 7 Pro user. There’s no need to feel like upgrading to Realme 8 Pro.

Also Read: Realme 8 Pro Call performance

Unless you want to feel how the usage experience is for a large 108-Megapixel sensor. This is because both are still in the same notch. 720G processor chip, same type of Super AMOLED screen, similar battery capacity and almost all the same. The advantages on the Realme 7 Pro are also sacrificed only to support the camera with a large sensor on the Realme 8 Pro.

But if you’re a new user or indeed all of this isn’t important to you, it doesn’t feel wrong if you want to buy it too. The choice is in the hands of each. For those who are interested, Realme 8 Pro is sold at a price of RM1299 and it can be pre-ordered today until April 30. The first sale will begin on May 1 through Realme’s gadget authorized stores and distributors throughout Malaysia.

Realme 8 Pro Call performance

Realme 8 Pro Call performance

Realme 8 Pro Call performance is also good – which is overall no problem. Clear call quality can be enjoyed. The voice can also be heard well. I also had a chance to test it with the built -in GPS function for Google Maps. It is seen to be able to work well and can be said to be almost accurate in terms of the direction displayed. In the meantime, the location can also be tracked quickly once the application is opened.


One new thing to know here, the Realme 8 Pro uses a 108-Megapixel main sensor with Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor support. Guess, this is just the most noticeable improvement. Other sensors are still the same as a number of their previous smart gadget. It is followed by 8-Megapixel (ultra-wide) + 2-Megapixel (macro) + 2-Megapixel for monochrome purposes.

The main camera is able to work well. We think it can give satisfaction to the user himself when the capture for the picture is made. In terms of performance, the resulting image looks good with satisfactory sharpness. Not only that, the sharpness of there image is also seen Successfully well preserved and the coloring on it is also almost accurate when taken in bright situations.

Also Read: Realme 8 Pro Rear Camera Module 

Special Mode

Being custom to Realme devices, each of them will come with a special mode called “Chroma Boost”. By activating it, it will further increase the contrast in the picture and make the color more accurate. However, I don’t like to use it because the picture results are not neutral.

The camera on the Realme 8 Pro can also be zoomed up to 20X. But, the zoom result that feels good is only up to 3X zoom only. On the other hand, it is not recommended at all because the image will then become broken. Later, it will look blurry and even worse the details on it also start to disappear.

Realme 8 Pro Rear Camera Module

Realme 8 Pro Rear Camera Module

Realme 8 Pro Rear Camera Module. One more thing here, if you notice the design for the rear camera module feels very different. Through it, there are up to four different camera humps for each of the sensors. They are all arranged in a rectangular shape. At the same time, the design of this camera module also looks a bit out of the body. Of course, it cannot be placed flat on a table surface. This is because, this smart gadget will definitely be upside down a bit.

Moving to important buttons such as the power button and volume adjuster can be found on the right side. Then, on the left side there is space for a SIM slot. This slot supports up to three different card slots to facilitate the use of microSD and dual-SIM cards simultaneously. For connectivity, the Realme 8 Pro uses a USB-C connection port and still provides a 3.5mm audio jack that is placed on the bottom along with the connection port earlier.

Also Read: Realme 8 Pro Is Finally Official


This article continues to the front. The flat screen with perforated panels on the Realme 8 Pro has an ideal size. The screen is a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED with FHD+ resolution and supports 60Hz. If you remember, this is also the same offer found on the previous Realme 7 Pro model. In terms of quality, the screen description is quite good but nothing special. FHD+ resolution is already practically standard for any device in the same class.

Realme 8 Pro Is Finally Official

Realme 8 Pro Is Finally Official

Realme 8 Pro is finally official for users in Malaysia. Looking at the patent arrangements, Realme introduces new devices under the series for every six months. So we can expect them to introduce another new series offering in the next six months. Turning to the Realme 8 Pro, the beginning of its introduction became the focus of many. Why presumably? The answer is in this review article. Commenting further on its simple specifications, it is another smart device with a Snapdragon 720G chip in Malaysia for 2021.

Yes, the Snapdragon 720G chip. This is also the chip used by Realme since the previous Realme 6 Pro offering. However, Realme’s focus for this time is on the capacity of the camera with a higher sensor that is 108-Megapixels. In addition, the brand also makes 50W fast charging support as another selling point for this device. How to specify it in the real world? I will discuss in this review article. However, friendly said you have your own right to judge. Okay, let’s keep reading

Also Read: Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Camera Quality


It seems to have become commonplace, most devices from Realme use plastic -based builds. Just like this Relme 8 Pro itself. This smart device still uses a plastic back panel. But, the finish here has a rather interesting texture. Clearly, Realme uses a slope color finish to further enhance the draw on this smart device so that it looks more beautiful. When held, the finish here feels rough with the ‘DARE TO LEAP’ logo and shiny realme.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Camera Quality

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Camera Quality

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Camera Quality. A relatively conservative camera system is used with wide -angle, ultra -wide -angle and macro -only lenseas used. The quality of pictures taken using the main lens is good especially if there is perfect lighting. Sharp images with vivid color reproduction are only slightly yellow with the actual situation.

When the zoom done, we noticed a noticeable color difference. You can see for yourself the color fades slightly at the 2X zoom setting. At the 10X setting the image starts to become broken and blurry. The detail disappears along with the color becoming lifeless. Without OIS, the viewfinder starts to falter, making it difficult to get the desired image.

Also Read: Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Interface Elements

Indoor Quality

In an indoor place the picture quality is satisfactory only if you are a light source, the sharpness of the picture is slightly lost. The HDR mode on this device is not comparable to the landmark device but this is unforgivable as it is comparable to other landmark class devices ever reviewed. Macro mode also does not disappoint. Lastly the night mode satisfactory only a fairly noticeable noise.

In conclusion the capabilities of the Mi 11 Lite’s camera are satisfactory for a middle class device. The absence of a dedicated telephoto lens felt good photos can only taken up to the 2X zoom setting only at our expense.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Interface Elements

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Interface Elements

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite interface elements are now actually closer to native Android with some customizations that we feel are better than those used on Native Android. An example is a multi-task screen that displays more applications in one screen and vertically. On MIUI the process of selecting applications opened 7-8 past applications is easier and faster due to the lack of need to scroll. From the same screen the user can access the virus scanning feature in the device and clear storage as well as RAM usage. For those who subscribe to Netflix, HD resolution content can be streamed because the device is equipped with Widevine L1 DRM system.

Also Read: Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Super Battery


This additional feature does not exist on Native Android but is provided as standard. Usually when this is done the device will be slow (do you still remember with TouchWiz?) But on MIUI 12 the usage experience is almost perfect. Opened applications do not undergo a refresh process or are closed aggressively to reduce RAM usage.

The advertising issue that made us hate MIUI has also been resolved. There are still a few but the process of deactivating them is now much clearer. MIUI at once we no longer included in the list of operating systems; that made us want to punch the wall.

It’s smooth, fast, beautiful, neat; and most importantly more in line with what’s on offer on Native Android but with useful additions. Examples are Second Space, Dual App, Game Turbo and Lite Mode.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Super Battery

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Super Battery

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Super Battery. The 4250 mAh battery supports 33W fast charging via USB-C port. The charger is also included by Xiaomi with every purchase. In 2021, Xiaomi still believes consumers still want a charger with every purchase. The charger provided is also faster when compared to those supported on Samsung and Apple flagship devices.

All power and volume buttons are placed on the right side. The construction feels sturdy with a finish that doesn’t feel fancy even though it’s made of plastic material. On this power button is placed a physical fingerprint scanner. It works fast but is not very left -handed user friendly. Scanners often fail to scan the fingers of the left hand.

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The situation changes when using the right hand and thumb is scanned. For those who need another biometry system, facial scans are provided. The system is fast but in our time of always wearing a face mask, it is becoming less and less used.

The back panel is made of glass which is also flat. The panel has a smooth finish that is extremely easy to trap dirt. It was so slippery that several times the Mi 11 Lite fell off the table. We are thankful to Xiaomi for also providing a silicone frame that is quite rough on its surface. In addition to protecting the device it also reduces the incidence of frequent slipping off the table.

Snapdragon Gen of Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite

Snapdragon Gen of Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite

Snapdragon Gen of Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite. The Snapdragon 732G processor is still relatively new as it was launched less than a year ago. With two Cortex A76 -based cores and six Cortex A55 -based cores, it is capable of offering mid -range performance that does not disappoint. On the performance scale it is below the Snapdragon 765G and above the Snapdragon 710. From the experience of reviewing other devices with the Snapdragon 732G chip, it is among the chips that do not cause problems just no 5G support only.

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The 8GB of RAM memory is matched with 128GB of storage that can be expanded using a micro SD card up to 512GB. The micro SD card shares a slot with a nano -sized second SIM. So think about it if you want to use two nano SIMs; as it cannot be used if you want to add more storage.

The camera system is 64MP wide angle, 8MP ultra wide angle and 5MP for macros. No high -end optical telephoto system is included. Even when looking at Xiaomi, Poco and Redmi devices, they are not very fond of including telephoto systems. This is possible to reduce costs because in the Mi 11 family only the Mi 11 Ultra has high optical telephoto capability.

On the front, a 16MP camera is used and placed in a hole on the screen. Video recording capability is up to 4K 30FPS only or 1080P 120FPS. The camera design used is large and similar to that found on the Mi 11 but not tall. The device can still be used on a table; without swaying like a bus at the end of the movie The Italian Job.

Mocking Images of Samsung Galaxy A Series

Mocking Images of Samsung Galaxy A Series

There is no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy A series is a line of Samsung devices that are often equipped with premium features while providing innovation opportunities available to the general public. Recently, another device under the series was found leaking in some contagious mocking images. Mocking Images of Samsung Galaxy A Series.

The image share by @onleaks on the Voice page. If this mocking image is true, Samsung is intending to continue their all -new design on the series. It shows off the Samsung Galaxy A22 in a comprehensive black finish with no prism-like design anymore.

Next, the back panel has a rectangular camera module that loads three sensors along with LED Flash. Initial speculation says it will matched with 48-Megapixel, 8-Megapixel and 2-Megapixel sensors. Then, the front camera placed in a small notch on the front panel.

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Also visible, the device has a thick bezel construction – especially on the chin. On the right, there is a power button that believed to support the fingerprint scan function. Not to outdone, Samsung believed to retain the 3.5mm audio jack and USB-C connection port on this device.

For now, it is still unknown when Samsung will introduce this device. Furthermore, Samsung itself has not issued any statement regarding this device.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Review

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Review

Somehow this year Xiaomi did a weird thing by launching various devices under the Mi 11 series in a short period of time. When the article was written Xiaomi Mi 11, Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11 Pro, Mi 11i, Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G and Mi 11 Lite were announced. Among these six devices, the Mi 11 Lite 4G is the model with the lowest specs and also the most economically friendly plummeting price. Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Review.

Every year we receive questions from readers – “does a cheap device also mean it doesn’t have good value when purchased?”. This review will try to answer frequently asked questions as quickly and easily as possible.

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Although the Lite name is used, Xiaomi is not shy about the screen technology used. The 6.55 ″ screen used is not only from AMOLED output but supports 90Hz refresh rate. With an AMOLED screen, content with brighter colors and HDR can also be enjoyed. The only drawback is that this screen does not support adaptive refresh rates which are more battery efficient. If battery is important to you, there is the option of choosing 60Hz. The screen is pretty captivating with even color production and no issue of the displayed image not being smooth. Use under the scorching sun is also very satisfying as the screen is still easy to read.

Flat screen with a moderately thick bezel. According to the 2021 standard; the bezel on the screen may be arguably thick but does not interfere with the use of the device. A small -sized camera hole is placed in the upper left corner. Its existence disfigures the video viewing session and the first when using the entire screen. We know many are already accustomed to notches as well as holes on the screen, but for the visual purists the existence of these holes can be hidden but the forehead becomes too thick.

Oculus Allows Subscription Packages

Oculus Allows Subscription Packages

Oculus Allows Subscription Packages For Applications And First Search. Facebook has an interesting vision for the use of virtual reality or even augmented reality. As a first step, they took over Oculus and focused on building ecosystems, software, applications and more to provide the best user experience to users. Not to forget, products like Oculus Quest 2 are sold at affordable prices – packed with features and functions such as a wireless connection to a PC, 120Hz support, a more immersive Infinite Office, and more.

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Facebook tactics

Of course through products like this, this is another way for Facebook to generate income. Through Oculus Quest, they managed to generate millions of Ringgit in revenue with 60 applications and was first sold on the Oculus Store. Recently, Oculus started allowing developers to offer users monthly subscription plans. Through that, developers no longer have to sell content from within the app. Among the first applications that users can subscribe to are FitXR, Rec Room, Tribe XR, Tripp, vSpatial, and VZfit.

Unlike the offer that Xbox made for Vive, namely Game Pass – with one subscription access to all content. Subscription on the Oculus Store individually for each application and a first. Oculus also provides users with a trial option before proceeding with a subscription.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Receives 120 of DxOMark

Xiaomi Mi 11 Receives 120 of DxOMark

Xiaomi Mi 11 Receives 120 of DxOMark Score For Main Camera. The Xiaomi Mi 11 is earliest devices to marketed with a Snapdragon 888 chip. In addition, it also comes with a number of other interesting offerings-one of; which is a tri-camera system with a 108-Megapixel main sensor.

In the latest development, DxOMark is seen sharing the overall score collection for the main camera on it. Through it, the Xiaomi Mi 11 received a total of 120 points and it positions it on par with the Google Pixel 5, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Redmi K30 Pro.

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The test summary showed that the Xiaomi Mi 11 recorded 127 points for camera capability, 59 points for zoom capability and 107 points for video recording. According to DxOMark, the Xiaomi Mi 11 is capable of providing good imaging performance in most aspects. It is also suitable as an option for those who like to take pictures but do not prioritize the zoom capability.

Through it, praise given to the production of good colors with the right white balance. Not only that, it also has a wide dynamic range, minimal noise control capability and effective video stabilization.

Because of that criticism given to the slow focus system in low-lighting situations; unsatisfactory detail for zoomed images and poor color production for wide-angle picture results. Just for information, the Xiaomi Mi 11 sale in Malaysia at a starting price of RM2799 per unit.