Celcom’s CEO Shazalli Ramly was quoted saying: “We have clear reasons for doing (these) trials and (find out) what the technology can do (for us). Ericsson and Huawei are doing the trials for us.” If we read that correctly, sounds like Celcom is merely watching its vendors doing the salesman demo. Apart from all the hype and buzz that LTE is said to deliver, they didn’t share any results or speed capabilities that the technology has to offer on their test network. It would be interesting if Celcom pulls a PR stunt by claiming highest 4G connectivity at the peak of Mount Kinabalu.
Nokia has put up a video ad counting down to the launch of the Nokia N8. The video titled “It’s not technology, it’s what you do with it” potrays innovative possibilities that you can do with a Nokia NSeries smartphone.
Shown in the video, you’ll see a hamster powered charger, a N82 powered dancing robot, light graffiti and much more.
Hit the link to watch the video.
To the iPhone veteran, the email talks about the most mundane of things related to the device, in this case the emails give readers a brief overview on how to backup, setup and sync you iPhone.
Nothing new, but what caught our attention is this particular sentence right at the beginning of the email: “the iPhone 4 will be arriving any day now”.
It is by no means a clear indication when exactly Maxis will launch the iPhone 4 but it does give the impression that launch day is eminent and when it does happen, you’ll be sure to get the latest here at SoyaCincau.com.
This is going to be fun!
We’re feeling the iPhone 4 buzz in Malaysia getting more intense as we move closer and closer to the speculated launch date.
The Micro SIMs from DiGi has been available since September 9 and requires you to pay a “SIM replacement” fee of RM20. To get a Micro SIM from DiGi, all you need to do is walk-in to selected DiGi Centres and request a Micro SIM replacement. For a list of DiGi Centre from where you can get a Micro SIM, click here.
Looks like both telcos are gearing for the iPhone 4 launch and the competition between the two will be fierce, the question is, who will break the word first.
Either way, which telco would you get your iPhone 4 from?