The Nokia N8 is slated to be launched in Malaysia early October, and undoubtedly, there will be a whole lot of Nokia fans out there who wants to know as much as they can about the device.
Well, we’ve got a couple hours with the Nokia N8 recently and you can read about our first impression of the device here. In addition to that, we’ve also got a hand-on video showcasing some of the highlights of the device.
This will give you a better idea of how responsive the new Symbian S^3 is and also give you a good picture about what the Nokia N8 can do.
Video is after the jump. Enjoy! Looking forward to your comments.
The Star has reported that REDtone International, one of the 4 licensed WiMAX operators in Malaysia is waiting for additional spectrum to roll out in West Malaysia. Just to recap, P1, AMAX & YTL were licensed to operate in West Malaysia while REDtone is the sole operator in East Malaysia. Among the 4, P1 and REDtone we’re the first to launch WiMAX in August 2008.
When we read this piece of news, we’re a little surprised by REDtone’s eagerness to venture into West Malaysia. Currently, REDtone is enjoying some sort of exclusive monopoly in Sarawak to operate WiMAX since 2008. It has been 2 years since launch but REDtone has failed to cover all major towns and cities of Sabah and Sarawak. This of course attracted a RM200,000 fine by MCMC for failing to achieve 25% target penetration in 2009.
With the current situation, it doesn’t make any sense for REDtone to step into West Malaysia. With AMAX struggling and YTL no where at sight, we are unconvinced that REDtone would fare any better. There are many Sabah and Sarawak residents who are in dire need of alternative to TM Streamyx as other wireless broadbands including 3G are still not widely available. REDtone should just focus their resources in East Malaysia instead of getting into a bullfight with other operators.
Check out our previous posts on REDtone WiMAX here.
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