Hotlink has finally introduced a daily blackberry prepaid package for RM2.50/day. This comes shortly after DiGi’s introduction of its RM2/day daily blackberry service.
For the extra 50 sen, you’ll get a generous 200MB/day data usage as compared to DiGi’s 100MB. To activate, just dial *100#, select Internet and BlackBerry Internet Service. The daily package is renewed automatically.
Similar to DiGi and XpaX, this is only applicable within Blackberry Service inclusive of Email, IM, Social Networking and web browsing. If you use the typical UNET APN or for internet tethering, you will be charged separately.
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After having Motorola Droid X included on Apple’s Antenna Attenuation site, Motorola fights back again with another ad. This time it disses iPhone 4’s need to wear a bumper and proudly mentions its vast experience in making phones.
This is the 2nd one after its first version that obviously made fun of phones that doesn’t allow you to hold the phone any way you liked.
If you can’t see the text above, the copy below the phone is written as follows:
At Motorola, we believe a customer shouldn’t have to dress up their phone for it to work properly. That’s why the DROID X comes with a dual antenna design. The kind that allows you to hold the phone any way you like to make crystal clear calls without a bulky phone jacket. For us it’s just one of those things that comes as a given when you’ve been making mobile phones for over 30 years.
As we enter Q3 for this year, we should be closer to Android 2.2 Froyo upgrades for existing devices. For those who can’t wait, we have leaked versions to play with. Today, the latest leaks are revealed for HTC Droid Incredible & Samsung Galaxy S!
For Samsung Galaxy S, the leaked version will be made available at Samsung Firmware World but at 12 o’clock AMSTERDAM time today. At time of this post, it is not available yet so you might want to check later in the evening. This is only for European, Asian and Arabic versions not for the multi-carrier variant Galaxy S versions in the US.
As always, flashing unofficial firmware is at your own risk. With more leaked versions coming up, we should be expecting the real deal to come anytime soon.
T-Mobile has removed the G1/HTC Dream, the first commercial Android device from its online store after a good 2 years. This was the device that kicked off the Android wave and gave the iPhone some necessary competition. At least it lasted longer than the Nexus One. You can read up the initial G1 review from Engadget here.
Its specs of 528MHz Qualcomm processor and Android 1.6 is rather dated right now which calls for a deserving replacement. There were indications that G1 Blaze, a new QWERTY Slider device from HTC will be the next successor.
Do you own a G1? We suggest keeping this device as a collector’s item.
Apple has released a total of 4 iPhones so far, the original iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and the latest iPhone 4. Performance is obviously improved with claims of “fastest iPhone yet” each time a new iPhone is announced.
So how much faster can it get? To make it easier, there’s a video demonstrating all 4 iPhones running apps such as Plants vs Zombie, Google Earth, Seadragon and Safari. As seen on the screenshot above, the latest iPhone 4 boasts up to 3X faster loading time on apps such as Plants and Zombie.
Head after the jump to watch the full video.
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