Update (27 November, 2012): We have confirmation that Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean is now available for HTC One X in Malaysia.
Having a smart phone with cutting edge hardware is only half of what makes it a great device. The other half is the device support especially when it comes to software updates. As the Android operating system is evolving quickly especially with the announcement of Android 4.2 coming next week, smart phone makers are being pressured to keep its latest and current models up to date.
HTC today has announced that the current Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean will be rolling out starting today for HTC One X users in Asia. The update is expected to bring on a more updated HTC Sense 4+ UI as well. Its other sibling, the HTC One S too will be getting it but no dates have been provided. Since its latest HTC One X+ and J butterfly is shipping with Android 4.1 on board, it shouldn’t take too long for it to roll out to all users. So far they haven’t reveal its full Jelly Bean roll out plans and the fate of other 2012 models is still unknown.
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The new iPad mini has just been revealed with lots of buzz going in the tech circle. Jimmy Kimmel however wants to know what the rest of the world thinks about the new device. So in a witty on street experiment, they have handed an “iPad mini” to the public and ask them what do they think about it.
If you haven’t seen it already, check out the other street experiment on the “iPhone 5”.
DiGi is offering the HTC One X, Samsung Galaxy S III, Note and Note 10.1 from as low as RM699 with a special bundling with RM148/month commitment. The new DG Smart Plan special bundling of RM148/month offers 3GB of data and RM80 worth of calls/sms/mms each month which is tied to 24 months contract. In way, this bundling is actually a DG Smart Plan 68 (3GB) that’s bolt on with RM80 of extra credit.
During sign up, the special offer requires RM1,000 advance payment which is quite a lot. However if you’re a DiGi Corporate Employee Program customer with Auto Billing payment, the Advance payment is waived. On top of that, DiGi is offering extended warranty to Corporate customers which gives it a total of 2 years, except for HTC One X that’s already covered with 2 years warranty. For normal customers, the warranty can be extended at RM90 for Galaxy Note, RM115 for Galaxy S III and RM170 for Galaxy Note 10.1.
For more information, head over to DiGi Smart Specials promo page.
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Conan has done it again with a parody of the new iPad mini commercial. The original commercial is a nice piano duet that features a full sized iPad and its new mini sibling playing side by side. In the parody, Conan pokes fun at Apple fans that are obsessed with buying the latest models.
Even if the new iPad (3rd Gen) has been replaced so quickly by the 4th gen version, that doesn’t mean your existing iPad becomes trash. The 3rd gen iPad is still a stunning device with its Retina display and it is now cheaper by RM120. The newest 9.7″ iPad offers a bump in performance, improved front camera while maintaining the same dimensions and design.
Watch the original iPad mini commercial after the break.