The battle among major mobile network service providers in Malaysia has turned to be more and more intensive. Maxis knows that it’ll be very hard to conquer,so they have to make themselves strong enough to lead the game.The first move is showing how fast Maxis could be.
Mobile data service has never been so important to the users. Thanks to smartphones. When traveling ,most people nowadays enjoy to share their wonderful moments by shooting pictures and even videos to the friends. And network speed really matters. I believe no one will feel happy when taking hours to upload one photo.
Maxis wishes to get trust from their customers about their 4G LTE network. Thus, they now set up a dedicated LIVE 4G LTE network speedometer page by updating the test results in multiply locations every 3 hours.
I hope that more mobile service providers can do the same thing so that users could utilize the info to decide which telco they might prefer.
Celcom’s prepaid brand- Xpax just released its new Internet plans recently.
The new Internet plans are said to be from 90 Sen daily and fit all kinds of customers’ needs.3 monthly plans are available now : RM28(1GB),RM38(2GB),RM58(4GB).Of course,you could choose the weekly planRM10(300MB) or the biweekly planRM20(800MB).Xpax customers could continue to surf with no extra charge at 64kbps as long as the Internet plan is active. In addition to this, Xpax customers also could enjoy free WiFi(same quota as your Internet plan) by connecting to Celcom WiFi Hotspots.
One of the most successful MVNO in Malaysia,TuneTalk, is just about to start their 4G LTE service. As I’m so lucky to be the first few to try it, I decide to share some speedtest results out to let your guys feel envy !
TuneTalk rides on Celcom’s network that the 4G LTE network is working on Band 3(1800MHz) and Band 7(2600MHz) currently. However,my current device could only work on Band 3,thus the speedtest results may not reach the best performance it could be. Continue reading TuneTalk 4G LTE is around the corner
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.