So some of you might have spotted my picture on Lowyat.NET. This is a picture of the leaflet I picked up from Lowyat Plaza!
Note the mention on the minimum usage for lowest rates.
This is a picture of the page showing the various devices. So the cat is out of the bag – it’s a Samsung phone with your contacts stored on the Cloud.
Now if you’re wondering what the heck is a Cloud – it means that your data is stored online, in a server somewhere. So you can use your phone, or your friend’s phone, and once you’ve logged in, you’ll see your own contacts.
However I strongly urge YES4G to bring in the HTC Evo 4G. It runs on Android OS 2.2 Froyo (which means it can become a WiFi hotspot) and it is also a phone.
It makes all the devices (the go, the huddle, the zoom, and the buzz) redundant!
Oh, and Android phones already store their contacts on the cloud – Google’s cloud. I get all my GMail contacts on my HTC Desire, running on Android OS 2.2. It also pulls phone numbers from my Facebook friends!
If you ask me, the huddle looks a bit too similiar to a 4G Mobile Hotspot sold by another 4G-toting company. 😉
So YES please, bring in the HTC Evo 4G, with all its 4.3″ 480×800 TFT LCD capacitive touch screen, 1Ghz processor, 512MB eDRAM, microSD support, 8 megapixel 720p/30FPS camera support please! There is no glory in launching 4G, if your target market are techies, if the only mobile phone you have is a less-desirable Samsung.
Of course, there are desirable 4G phones from Samsung – the Samsung Epic 4G, for example.