Breaking barriers with a touch of the screen

WOMEN of today have moved forward and away from traditional roles, for instance the homemaker. Many have crashed barriers to head corporations, become entrepreneurs and even take on roles that are deemed men’s domain. 

Some of the extraordinary Malaysian women include international artist Yuna and national artistic gymnast Farah Ann Abdul Hadi who have broken stereotypes in pursuit of their dream which most thought to be impossible. 

Having always been evolving its products with diversity and creativity in mind, Samsung Malaysia is now championing women empowerment – giving them extra strength to take charge of their own lives and discover new possibilities.  

The recently launched Samsung Malaysia #iChanged campaign delivers a strong message by women for women to embrace a world without limits. 

In addition to the #iChanged campaign, Samsung Malaysia is also educating consumers on the new Smart Switch software. Those who switch to the latest Samsung Galaxy S10 can seamlessly transfer all their contacts, photos, music, messages and more from any device via a USB cable or iCloud in just six easy steps.  

With a USB cable, start off by opening the Smart Switch app on your new Galaxy device and tap on the “Start” button. After that, proceed to tap on “Receive Data” and select “Cable”. With the USB connector, connect your iOS device to your Galaxy device via a Lightning USB cable. Finally, tap on the “Trust” button and you are ready to select the content for transfer. 

As for iCloud, you need to select “Wireless” instead of “Cable”, and choose “iPhone/iPad” device. Once complete, you will need to sign in with your Apple ID and password to connect to your iCloud account before selecting the content you wish to transfer to your new Galaxy S10 device.  

In conjunction with the #iChanged campaign, smartphone users will also be rewarded with every purchase of a Samsung Galaxy S10 – with either a Galaxy Fit or Galaxy Buds. 

To learn more about the Smart Switch feature, visit

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