Samsung and Sony chose the same night to introduce their new flagship smartphones to the highly competitive market.After so many years of development , smartphone market has become quite mature and frankly speaking,it’s very hard to see sparks from the new stuff. Let’s check out the appearance first.
Nowadays most new digital cameras provide WiFi connectivity as that is a simple way to share your photos/videos instantly with your other devices. Toshiba finds out a solution for those old cameras without WiFi, introducing FlashAir SDHC memory card with wireless data transfer function.
It just looks like the same as the normal SD cards.According to some reviews, it could replace most SD cards flawlessly. As a Class 10 card,it could write in data up to 10MB/s.
5-inch 1080p Sharp / JDI OGS full lamination display
13MP rear and 8MP front Sony stacked CMOS camera
3080 mAh Lithium-ion polymer battery
Is it surprising you? Well, I know most people are not because we have seen the similar specs on several smartphones already, such as OnePlus One,Samsung Galaxy S5 and some other popular flagship products. In fact some manufactures have released the upgraded version of products which use Snapdragon 805 instead. Thus, this time Mi4 can’t entitle the name of “top performance Android phone” in the world though it still highlights the words in the official website.
However,as the price tag is still placed at RMB1999(16GB)/RMB2499(64GB),it’d be very competitive compared to those with similar performances from Samsung/HTC/LG.
Xiaomi seems to change the strategy from building up with the latest hardwares to building with better designs. Continue reading →
Compared to the old plan,MaxisONE Plan now has the real limitlessness for all local calls & SMS while MaxisONE Plan Lite only enjoys for the On-Net calls & SMS.
It can’t be denied that Maxis definitely makes better plans and it does attract some group of people who are still busy calling/SMS every day. I believe youngsters will not be interested in these plans as they’re living with data. Continue reading →
Recently Quickpay,a Malaysian version of Square (a mobile Point-of-Sales system which is popular in USA),was introduced by U Mobile to their existing users for collecting payment with mobility.
It’s very simple to put in use. First,you have to pay RM250 to get the Quickpay device.After that,you need to install the free app into your mobile device(iOS/Android). After all,run the app and insert the device into your audio jack . Voila, you now can start to collect your payment.
There’s no hidden charge or monthly fee for the service,only as low as 2.20% of merchant discount rate(MDR) per transaction.