We’ve just gotten Samsung Galaxy Note II which is a 16GB version in Titanium Grey. In the hands, it build feels rather similar as the Galaxy S III albiet a bit larger. In comparison with the original Galaxy Note, the width doesn’t feel much different but it is noticably taller.
On first impression, the new enhanced S-Pen is really an improvement and we like that the Note II opens up a customised S-Pen home screen the moment the stylus is being detached. Moving between apps and home screens feels very snappy.
If you have any questions, do shoot us at the comment section below or tweet to us.
We’ve managed to get our hands on the one of the very first batch of the sellout Google Nexus 7 (this one is the even rarer 16GB version) and while we’re going through the motions with the world’s first Android 4.1 Jelly Bean tablet, we’re sure there are a few things that you’d like to know about the device as well.
So as always, send your questions in in the comments section, we’ll gather and reply to as many of them as we can.
To start you off here are answers to some of the questions that you might have:
1. Where/How did you get the device?
It’s from our source in the US. Sorry we can’t offer more details as the source requests for anonymity
2. How much did you get it for?
We paid RM950 for the 16GB version
3. When will the Nexus 7 come to Malaysia?
We have no info on this just yet. We’re still looking for info and once we here anything solid, we’ll let you know.
Hope that helps for now. Looking forward to your questions.
In the meantime check out some of the related post about the Nexus 7:
The Nexus 7 is Probably the Most Difficult Device to Unbox
The Nexus Ninjas are Back in Probably Their Best Unboxing Video Yet
An Enterprising Online Retailer is Taking Orders for the Google Nexus 7
Introducing Google’s Nexus 7 tablet
Update: All your questions answers after the jump. Hope we’ve covered everything you want to know about the Samsung Galaxy S III. If there’s more, just add them in the comments section.
It’s almost here. The Galaxy S III will go on sale in Malaysia somewhere around 30 May but we’re fortunate enough to get our hands on the much anticipated device well before that.
We’ll be previewing the Samsung Galaxy S III at a media event later today and we want to tell you everything about it. Post your questions in the comments section and we will answer them when we get our hands on the device.
Also, follow us on Twitter @Soya_Cincau for live updates from the event from 7pm tonight.
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The Nokia 600 is Nokia’s loudest smartphone ever with a dedicated speaker that’s rated at 106 Phons. The music oriented device features a curved back design and a 100g overall weight. The 3.2-inch nHD screen on the 600 pushes out 640×360 pixel resolution and comes with 2GB internal storage. The 600 also comes with a 5MP camera rear camera that shoots 720p HD videos. The Nokia 600 retails for RM740 outright.
The Nokia 700 is Nokia’s smallest smartphone. Weighing in at a smidgen under 100g, the 600 is 110mm long, 50.7mm wide and 9.7mm thick. Despite its diminutive dimensions, the Nokia 700 features a 3.2-inch Clear Black AMOLED display with Gorilla glass. In addition, you get 2GB of on board storage and a 5MP camera at the back which supports 720p HD videos. The Nokia 700 is also Nokia’s greenest phone with all the materials used in the device being 100% recyclable. The Nokia 700 retails for RM1,025.
Look out for our first impressions soon.
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We have a date with the Symbian Belle trio tonight. So if you have questions about Nokia’s loudest, brightest and smallest, ask away in the comments section. We’ll try to answer them after our hands on experience with the three devices.
In the meantime, check out these previous installments of “All your questions answered”:
All your questions answered: Nokia N9
All your questions answered: ASUS Eee Pad Transformer
All your questions answered: HTC Flyer
All your questions answered: iPad 2