This post is paid for by Celcom, the operator with Malaysia’s widest network and winner of Frost & Sullivan’s Mobile Broadband Provider of the Year for two years in a row.
In conjunction with Merdeka celebration, the Galaxy Note can be yours for only RM1,788 while the latest Galaxy S III can be yours at RM1,898. That’s about RM300 off the usual outright pricing. The promo ends this coming Malaysia Day on 16th September.
For more information, head over to Celcom Merdeka Promo page to find a nearest Blue Cube outlet.
Maxis has finally revealed its Samsung Galaxy Beam bundling pricing which goes from as low as RM899. The Galaxy Beam with its built-in pico projector is priced at RM1,599 outright. As usual, they are offering it with any Maxis postpaid plan of Value First and above with an add-on data plan of 1GB or 3GB. There are 3 contract durations of 12 months, 18 months and 24 months available.
The lowest bundled offer of RM899 is tied with 24 months postpaid contract with 3GB data while those seeking for the least commitment and tenure can get it for RM1,299 with 12 months contract with 1GB data plan. Now Maxis requires an upfront payment between RM250-RM1000 which will be rebated back across 5 months into your bill. For Maxis One Club members, the advance upfront payment is waived.
For more information, head over to Maxis Android page.
The Optimus G is LG’s upcoming flagship smart phone that’s packed with the latest hardware and design improvements in pursuit of slimness. Starting from the processor, the Optimus G is one of the first smart phones to use Qualcomm’s Quad-Core S4 Krait processor with Adreno 320 GPU and a generous 2GB of RAM.
With the competition using Pentile AMOLED for larger screens, LG is boasting a 4.7″ True HD IPS Plus display which they claim to be 1.6X clearer and brighter at 470nits. The Optimus G also has something called G2 Touch Hybrid Display which not only makes the display panel thinner but creates a display illusion which they claim to be floating beneath your fingertips.
Other than that, they have also said a lot of things even for their battery and 13MP camera module. Basically they are proud that they are able to reduce the size of these components while boasting usage performance. The Optimus G is set to be released by end of this month starting from Korea. It will be launched with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich which is upgradable to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Head after the break for the series of videos explaining each hardware highlights of the Optimus G.