On today’s episode, we’ve got quite a few things to talk about. Huawei is set to launch is its first smartphone in Malaysia for 2020, while we’re also going to help you be the first to know about the Samsung Galaxy S20 launch. And the Wuhan coronavirus has taken down Google’s offices. Meanwhile, if you’re interested to find out about Huawei Malaysia’s first smartphone of 2020, we’re going to talk about the Huawei Nova 7i.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Unpacked Event
The Samsung Galaxy S20 series is set to be launched soon, and the Galaxy Unpacked event will be held on the 12th of February, 3am, Malaysian time. You’ll be able to watch the live stream on Samsung’s official site or their YouTube channel.
More details here.
Windows: iPad surprised us
The iPad has been around for quite some time now—10 years. Former Windows Chief at Microsoft, Steven Sinofsky, has admitted that his team was surprised at the launch, with the expectation being that Apple would have launched a “pen computer” based on Mac instead.
Read the full story here.
Wuhan virus takes down Google offices in China
More than 7,700 cases of the Wuhan coronavirus have already been confirmed in China, and it appears that the outbreak is now affecting the technology industry, too. Google has temporarily closed down their offices in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, while Facebook and Apple have also imposed travel restrictions for their employees.
Here’s the full story.
Huawei Nova 7i
The Huawei Nova 7i will the first smartphone from Huawei Malaysia in 2020, and it looks like this could be a global version of the Huawei Nova 6 SE. We’re going to see the Nova 7i launched on Valentine’s Day, February 14.
Full details here.