REDtone, another WiMAX operator has quietly launched its portable USB WiMAX offering. The portable USB WiMAX modem comes with 2 plans, the Flexi50 and Flexi80.
Flexi50 offers 512kbps download and 128kbps upload with 8GB quota at RM50/month, while Flexi88 offers 1Mbps download and 384kbps upload with 15GB quota at RM88/month. The packages looks similar with the recent P1 WiMAX Wiggy postpaid plans of WiGGY 59 and WiGGY 89.
Which one does better? Both spot a 1GHz processor but Samsung Galaxy S boast a better GPU for enhanced gaming experience. Sure we’ve seen benchmark numbers but does it really make a difference?
Head on over after the jump to see how does the 2 fare side by side. Read the rest of this entry »
Slashgear has reported what seems to be a rumour of Samsung Galaxy S next successor, believed to be called the Galaxy S2 i9200. The Galaxy S currently ranks highly in our list of recommended Android phones and we would expect the successor to bring our expectations to a higher level.
The rumoured successor model is spec’ed to the max boasting 2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM with 4GB of ROM. It is also reported to have a 1280×720 Super AMOLED screen which dwarfs the iPhone 4 retina display on paper. To top it off, its 8MP Camera records video at 1080p.
This couldn’t come in a better time as Motorola’s CEO had mentioned that a 2GHz Android device would be coming by end of this year. Of course, we would iterate that this is still a rumour. However we won’t be surprise if its true since the Android segment would eventually need to counter iPhone 4’s offering one way or another.
We would like to add that HTC and Motorola, which both enjoyed some dominance recently has gotta work double time as the Koreans are rising up in the Android game.
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While LG hasn’t been ground breaking when it comes with Android phone, now there’s something that attracts attention. While everyone else except the Nexus One is yet to push out Android 2.2 Froyo update, LG has announced 2 models the Optimus One and Optimus Chic with Froyo installed. This would be the first non-Nexus One Android phone to be sold on the shelf with froyo.
The Optimus line up has more phones with Android and various other OS that will be revealed soon. No pricing details yet but it just comes to show that Froyo is possible on non-google phones today. Now that puts more pressure on other manufacturers such as HTC, Motorola and Samsung to get Froyo out fast.
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