Android lokal dual gsm

by Bima K » Wed, 13 Apr 2011 09:27:16 GMT


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Re: Android lokal dual gsm

by Muhamad Albaijuri » Wed, 13 Apr 2011 09:30:14 GMT


 iya tuh om, sy udah liat iklannya di baliho di kelapa gading.

btw, itu pembelianya pake CC atau gak ya ?

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Re: Android lokal dual gsm

by Antozz » Wed, 13 Apr 2011 10:08:15 GMT


 sepertinya belum 3G/HSDPA, belum teriht dispek yng muncul.. so kurang
canggih dong?




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Re: Re: Android lokal dual gsm

by Bayu Seno Adji » Wed, 13 Apr 2011 10:18:38 GMT


 Lumayan nih 999Rb*

Iya btw udah 3G belum ya.

Nunggu review dari Om HSW

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Re: Android lokal dual gsm

by Andry » Wed, 13 Apr 2011 10:50:50 GMT


 Kenapa gambar iklan bukopin yg di bawah isi layarnya adalah UI HTC
Sense :D. Iklan yang menyesatkan :D

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Re: Android lokal dual gsm

by Adityo Pratomo » Wed, 13 Apr 2011 11:05:09 GMT


 iklan nya di link juga bilang nya dual core padahal dual GSM

sesat nih






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Re: Re: Android lokal dual gsm

by Fajar Edisya Putera » Wed, 13 Apr 2011 11:07:20 GMT


 Blm 3G, yg jelas kalo blm 3G tdk dianjurkan untuk milis2 ato apapun yg butuh
koneksi data terus2an. Secara lemot, hehehe, kalo lemot kan modemnya terus2n
dipake, baterai jadi boros dech..

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Re: Re: Android lokal dual gsm

by Andry » Wed, 13 Apr 2011 11:10:05 GMT


 Tapi di 3G juga lebih boros batere kan dibanding 2G untuk urusan
standby. Ya terkadang cukup aja tuh untuk push mail dan lite browsing
pake koneksi EDGE. Tapi kalo sudah urusan download2, youtube, dll ya
susah kalo blom 3G

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Re: Android lokal dual gsm

by Fajar Edisya Putera » Wed, 13 Apr 2011 11:11:12 GMT


 Wah iya aneh banget iklannya, si tora megang ivio yg interfacenya aosp, tapi
ada hp yg bentuknya beda dg yg dipegang tora pake sense... ini termasuk
penipuan nggak ya?

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Re: Re: Android lokal dual gsm

by Fajar Edisya Putera » Wed, 13 Apr 2011 11:15:39 GMT


 Sepertinya tergantung providernya juga pak, pake si luna, dlm mode 3g buat
mail2an aja, pemakaian 30% dlm 11jam. Pake sulastri dlm mode 2g 50% dlm 13
jam...

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Re: Re: Android lokal dual gsm

by billi » Wed, 13 Apr 2011 11:33:46 GMT


 hmm, android saya malah sering diset ke 2G only untuk alasan menghemat
baterai.


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Re: Android lokal dual gsm

by Eddy Setyawam » Wed, 13 Apr 2011 12:53:20 GMT


 digambarnya interface koq seperti pakai htc sense?? , ini beneran atau
cuman tipuan gambar ya :)

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Re: Re: Android lokal dual gsm

by Arialdi Farhan » Wed, 13 Apr 2011 12:56:49 GMT


 "Dengan dukungan teknologi dual-core 460MHz ARM9 CPU pada prosesornya dan
280MHz ARM7 sebagai modem prosesor"


sugoii...
dualcore..


tapi ko clock nya rendah yah

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