Celcom finally reveals the date of officially launching 4G LTE service on the website.It’s tomorrow (23 April 2013) with limited offer for first 1,000 subscribers who sign up for Celcom First Data Pro.
Celcom First Data Pro needs to be paid RM138 monthly for 10GB data volume up to 50Mbps .However,if you’re one of the first 1,000 subscribers,you could get your 4G LTE modem+3 months free subscriptions for only RM199.The following Blue Cube outlets are open for registration of that offer from 23 April:
Facebook Home is finally landed in Google Play Store.However,the start is not so great.In current around 1500 ratings,44% of people only rated it for 1 star.
I wanna install and try it in my Samsung Galaxy S3 to see whether that is so bad as other people thought.Well,I can’t do it now because Facebook Home is not available to Malaysia.It’s kind of weird,right? Continue reading →
Maxis is the first carrier in Malaysia using 1800Mhz 4G LTE network officially which iPhone 5(Model A1429) could run on that frequency.However,users need to update the carrier setting to enable 4G LTE function.It’s only some simple clicks to go and the only thing you need to ensure is you have a Maxis SIM in your device.
Currently,some Maxis iPhone 5 users have received update for enabling 4G LTE service on Maxis network.It has been reported on MalaysianWireless in this morning.Since iPhone 5 is not supporting 2600Mhz 4G LTE network which is initially applied on Malaysia’s 4G LTE network,the current carrier update from Maxis implies that Maxis has been supporting 1800Mhz 4G LTE network from now on.
Up to now Maxis hasn’t yet released any official announcement for the coverage of 1800Mhz 4G LTE network.However,we may see the overall coverage map from OpenSignal map.
Yesterday Facebook held up an event for Android platform.Many people guessed that Mark Zuckerberg would release a Facebook phone and they were curious how would that phone differneciate with other smartphones.Now we know that Zuckerburger is not really building a Facebook phone with sort of Facebook OS,he’s making a phone with Facebook-centric app(launcher).
Facebook is cooperating with HTC to push out this middle range Android phone named HTC First,optimizing Facebook “Home” working on it seamlessly as the default launcher.Facebook chooses to make this happen in Android platform because that’s the one with open source and highly customizable compared to iOS and WP8.
The main concept of Facebook “Home” is to focus on social status which has been the most important part of life for people enjoying the connections with family and friends.When you unlock your phone,you will immediately get the latest Facebook status and respond to that by simple clicks.
Hours ago,Samsung unveiled its latest flagship Android smartphone,the latest successor of S series,Galaxy S4 on the stage of Radio City Music Hall in New York City and also provided the live video broadcasting on Youtube as well as on the big screen on New York Times Square.
Frankly speaking,I don’t think it’s so shine on its appearance this time.It just becomes bigger,slimmer,more solid and lighter.It has a 5 inch Full HD super AMOLED display(441ppi) with 7.9mm thick and weigh at 130g.It’s still plasticky(I think Samsung is putting their full effort to make plastic look like metal).At the initial launch,only two colors to be chosen:Black and White.
More people may focus on the new Exynos processor that equips S4 as it’s said to be so powerful.Well,Samsung said depending on region,S4 will either work with Exynos 5(the latest octa-core chip) or Snapdragon S4 Pro with 2GB RAM,giving the options of 16GB/32GB/64GB storage.Of course,they upgraded the camera.The front camera now is 2 mega-pixel and the rear one is 13 mega-pixel BSI camera.
Actually,I feel Samsung now is taking more innovations on user experience and most are on software side.It’s running smoothly with Android 4.2.2. I think a video will let you roughly know all.