Beda magic dan hero

by angolming » Fri, 27 Nov 2009 19:39:26 GMT

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 Guys .... Bisa diberitahu beda spec antara magic dan hero tentang :

1. Screen size and res
2. Proc ... Mana yg lbh cepat
3. Mem ... Mana yg lebih besar

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Beda magic dan hero

by Bayu Wicaksono » Fri, 27 Nov 2009 19:55:32 GMT

 Semuanya sama.. :D
beda ada di Camera, Magic 3,2Mp Hero 5Mp
Hero punya jack 3.5mm Magic kaga... :D

and IMO.. Magic trackball nya lbh enak.. :P

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by widi dream » Fri, 27 Nov 2009 21:30:13 GMT

 trus kalo cliq kira2 berapa om Bayu ?

salam -widi-

Hero barunya klo ga salah sekitar 5.8jt - 6.5 jtan.. berarti 2nd ya sekitar
5.5jt kali yah..?

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