There’s a new iPhone 4 ad and it talks about its long battery life. It emphasises on the benefits of its longer battery which lets you work, play, shoot and facetime longer. Pretty straight to the point, bigger battery equals to more stuff done in a single charge.
The video is not official yet but you can check out the recorded version after the jump.
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While Samsung is enjoying the spotlight recently in the Android segment, its Korean rival LG too has up the ante with their own super Android device. The new LG Android device codename Star offers a 4″ screen and it is powered with a dual-core Tegra 2 processor. The device also has a front facing camera and a 8MP camera at the back that does 1080p HD video recording.
Other details revealed includes an expandable storage via microSD slot and a 1500mAH battery. This pose a serious challenge for Samsung’s upcoming device which is rumoured as the Galaxy S2.
Head to Engadget for more exclusive shots.
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The latest BlackBerry Bold 9780 will be available nationwide at Celcom Blue Cube outlets starting tomorrow, 17th November 2010. Earlier on, the BlackBerry Bold 9780 was initially offered at their KLCC Roadshow last weekend.
The bundled price remains unchanged from RM1188 with the RM250 commitment plan, while the lower commitment Celcom Exec 50 with BlackBerry lite is offered at RM1488. Although the RRP price is listed as RM1888, it doesn’t seem that you can buy the device outright without commitment at the moment.
More details on Celcom’s BlackBerry Bold 9780 offering here.
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Looks like DiGi is on a HTC Aria disposing spree. Yesterday they had a HTC Aria a day contest that’s given out for lucky users that watch YouTube videos and now they kicked start another one involving MMS.
The MMS Contest appears to run on a weekly basis with “Pranks” as this week’s theme. To join, take a pic that fits the theme and MMS it to 22266. There will be a HTC Aria to give out each weekly round and 10 DiGi to DiGi MMS for every 50th participant.
More info on the contest at their Facebook page here.
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The HTC Sense UI is one of the better skins out there for Android. If you’re a BlackBerry users, here’s a chance to get a “similar” look and feel with this HTC Desire HD Theme by VinceThePrice. There are 4 choices available: Metal, Sense, Wood & Slate and they come with all the nice looking widgets that you would expect from a typical Sense UI.
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Attendees at the Web 2.0 summit had a glimpse of the rumoured “Nexus S” and it was showed off by Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt himself! He was giving a breif sneak peak of Gingerbread to the crowd with an “unaccounced” Android device from an “announced” manufacturer. From the pics, it is no guessing that it came from the same guys who did the Samsung Galaxy S. If you take a closer look, it looks closely the same as the “Nexus S” showed by Engadget earlier on.
According to Engadget, the phone was seen running on T-Mobile’s network and is revaled that it features NFC which potentially allows mobile payment. Since it is based on the Galaxy S, we note that they didn’t include any trackball/touchpad of some sort which we felt is a necessary feature for text selection. Hopefully the Gingerbread OS itself offers better on screen text editing than the Galaxy S.
If you could remember, a few months back the CEO had mentioned that there won’t be a Nexus Two. When asked to comment, he jokingly said that yes, it was correct there won’t be a Nexus Two. The new device will be called the Nexus S.
Check out more pics over at Engadget.