Tuesday, March 26, 2013

www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - Digest Number 3544

15 New Messages

Digest #3544
1a
Fw: Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie.. by "-::eSpAcE9808::-" rienacom
1b
Re: Fw: Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie.. by "Abdul Rahman bin Johari" man_apache
1e
Re: Fw: Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie.. by "Tajul Amir Darus" tajul_amir
1g
Re: Fw: Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie.. by "Abdul Rahman bin Johari" man_apache
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Fw: Rayuan Derma Baik Pulih Surau by "-::eSpAcE9808::-" rienacom
3
Fw: Too Much Tea Causes Unusual Bone Disease by "-::eSpAcE9808::-" rienacom
4a
Re: GPS by "Zaiedishaq" zaiedishaq
4b
Re: GPS by "Nazri Ahtar" littlenoti
4c
Re: GPS by fuzzyinn
4d
Re: GPS by "Zaiedishaq" zaiedishaq
4e
Re: GPS by noorazlimdali
4f
Re: GPS by "MHZ" mohamad_hadi

Messages

Tue Mar 26, 2013 9:19 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"-::eSpAcE9808::-" rienacom



Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie.. ini semua Najib punya pasailah nie...!!!
Posted by Kedah Lanie

Erin Radzuan

Selagi tak bubar, selagi tu surat ni menghantui kami. Menyusahkan org najib ni. Kalau laa dari bulan November tu ko bgtau dewan nak gune kan senang. Stress aku dh tahap melampau. Aku bosan dah dgr org duk ckp mengundi time date kawen. Ko igt kalau bgtau bulan januari (date surat) tp sampai umah 25 feb 2013 dah boleh selesaikan masalah org? Dah tentu semua bende dah booking. Hmmmm pls bubar cepat2 and btau kat rakyat cam aku ni.

Tue Mar 26, 2013 5:05 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Abdul Rahman bin Johari" man_apache

std bro
kat mane2 pun sama
takleh nak pakai dewan public nih
alternatif leh try sewa dewan sekolah
1 malaysia mcm ni bro

-::eSpAcE9808::- wrote:
>
>
> 
>
>
>
>
> Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie.. ini semua Najib punya
> pasailah nie...!!!
> <http://www.kedahlanie.info/2013/03/kesian-sahabat-kita-nak-kahwin-nie-ini.html>
>
>
> Posted by Kedah Lanie
>
>
>
> Erin Radzuan
>
> Selagi tak bubar, selagi tu surat ni menghantui kami. Menyusahkan org
> najib ni. Kalau laa dari bulan November tu ko bgtau dewan nak gune kan
> senang. Stress aku dh tahap melampau. Aku bosan dah dgr org duk ckp
> mengundi time date kawen. Ko igt kalau bgtau bulan januari (date
> surat) tp sampai umah 25 feb 2013 dah boleh selesaikan masalah org?
> Dah tentu semua bende dah booking. Hmmmm pls bubar cepat2 and btau kat
> rakyat cam aku ni.
>

Tue Mar 26, 2013 7:17 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"MHZ" mohamad_hadi

agaknya kita boleh buat tuntutan/saman kerugian tak kalau kena kes macam ni?

On 27/03/2013 8:06 AM, Abdul Rahman bin Johari wrote:
> std bro
> kat mane2 pun sama
> takleh nak pakai dewan public nih
> alternatif leh try sewa dewan sekolah
> 1 malaysia mcm ni bro
>
> -::eSpAcE9808::- wrote:
>>
>> 
>>
>>
>> Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie.. ini semua Najib punya
>> pasailah nie...!!!
>> <http://www.kedahlanie.info/2013/03/kesian-sahabat-kita-nak-kahwin-nie-ini.html>
>>
>>
>> Posted by Kedah Lanie
>>
>> Erin Radzuan
>>
>> Selagi tak bubar, selagi tu surat ni menghantui kami. Menyusahkan org
>> najib ni. Kalau laa dari bulan November tu ko bgtau dewan nak gune
>> kan senang. Stress aku dh tahap melampau. Aku bosan dah dgr org duk
>> ckp mengundi time date kawen. Ko igt kalau bgtau bulan januari (date
>> surat) tp sampai umah 25 feb 2013 dah boleh selesaikan masalah org?
>> Dah tentu semua bende dah booking. Hmmmm pls bubar cepat2 and btau
>> kat rakyat cam aku ni.

Tue Mar 26, 2013 7:26 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"bashah" bwasi

Kesian, org nak kawin mana boleh tahan tahan?...
Buat pondok Kawin sebelah pondok panas rayundi BN atau PR boleh tak ?
Ni dah jadi wedding yg penuh suspense..
Tak boleh saman rugi rasanya sebab memang ada clause last minute perubahan. 
Jiran aku nak buat majlis kahwin 28 April kira selamat...

p.s majlis kawin pun tak dpat lari dari kesan politik..hehe.

________________________________
From: MHZ <cekelatgetah@gmail.com>
To: automobil@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 10:17 AM
Subject: Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - Fw: Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie..


agaknya kita boleh buat tuntutan/saman kerugian tak kalau kena kes macam ni?

On 27/03/2013 8:06 AM, Abdul Rahman bin Johari wrote:

std bro
>kat mane2 pun sama
>takleh nak pakai dewan public nih
>alternatif leh try sewa dewan sekolah
>1 malaysia mcm ni bro
>
>-::eSpAcE9808::- wrote:

>>
>> 
>>
>>
>>Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie.. ini semua Najib punya pasailah nie...!!!
>>Posted by Kedah Lanie
>> 
>> 
>>
>>Erin Radzuan
>>
>>Selagi tak bubar, selagi tu surat ni menghantui kami.
Menyusahkan org
najib ni. Kalau laa dari bulan November tu ko bgtau
dewan nak gune kan
senang. Stress aku dh tahap melampau. Aku bosan dah
dgr org duk ckp
mengundi time date kawen. Ko igt kalau bgtau bulan
januari (date surat)
tp sampai umah 25 feb 2013 dah boleh selesaikan
masalah org? Dah tentu
semua bende dah booking. Hmmmm pls bubar cepat2 and
btau kat rakyat cam
aku ni.

Tue Mar 26, 2013 7:35 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Tajul Amir Darus" tajul_amir

7 April insyaallah ok lagi rasanya sebab masa nak dari tarikh bubar parlimen ke mengundi mau makan masa 2 minggu juga lagipun sampai sekarang Parlimen atau DUN tak bubar2 lagi.Yg 28 April hb tu lagi suspense rasanya..hehehe

________________________________
From: bashah <bwasi@yahoo.com>
To: "automobil@yahoogroups.comautomobil@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 10:26 AM
Subject: Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - Fw: Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie..


Kesian, org nak kawin mana boleh tahan tahan?...
Buat pondok Kawin sebelah pondok panas rayundi BN atau PR boleh tak ?
Ni dah jadi wedding yg penuh suspense..
Tak boleh saman rugi rasanya sebab memang ada clause last minute perubahan. 
Jiran aku nak buat majlis kahwin 28 April kira selamat...

p.s majlis kawin pun tak dpat lari dari kesan politik..hehe.

________________________________
From: MHZ <cekelatgetah@gmail.com>
To: automobil@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 10:17 AM
Subject: Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - Fw: Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie..


agaknya kita boleh buat tuntutan/saman kerugian tak kalau kena kes macam ni?

On 27/03/2013 8:06 AM, Abdul Rahman bin Johari wrote:

std bro
>kat mane2 pun sama
>takleh nak pakai dewan public nih
>alternatif leh try sewa dewan sekolah
>1 malaysia mcm ni bro
>
>-::eSpAcE9808::- wrote:

>>
>> 
>>
>>
>>Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie.. ini semua Najib punya pasailah nie...!!!
>>Posted by Kedah Lanie
>> 
>> 
>>
>>Erin Radzuan
>>
>>Selagi tak bubar, selagi tu surat ni menghantui kami.
Menyusahkan org
najib ni. Kalau laa dari bulan November tu ko bgtau
dewan nak gune kan
senang. Stress aku dh tahap melampau. Aku bosan dah
dgr org duk ckp
mengundi time date kawen. Ko igt kalau bgtau bulan
januari (date surat)
tp sampai umah 25 feb 2013 dah boleh selesaikan
masalah org? Dah tentu
semua bende dah booking. Hmmmm pls bubar cepat2 and
btau kat rakyat cam
aku ni.

Tue Mar 26, 2013 7:36 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"MHZ" mohamad_hadi

Hmm.. ada baiknya at least SPR bagilah sedikit pampasan untuk kes yg
macam ini.. kesianla..

On 27/03/2013 10:26 AM, bashah wrote:
> Kesian, org nak kawin mana boleh tahan tahan?...
> Buat pondok Kawin sebelah pondok panas rayundi BN atau PR boleh tak ?
> Ni dah jadi wedding yg penuh suspense..
> Tak boleh saman rugi rasanya sebab memang ada clause last minute
> perubahan.
> Jiran aku nak buat majlis kahwin 28 April kira selamat...
>
> p.s majlis kawin pun tak dpat lari dari kesan politik..hehe.
>
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------
> *From:* MHZ <cekelatgetah@gmail.com>
> *To:* automobil@yahoogroups.com
> *Sent:* Wednesday, March 27, 2013 10:17 AM
> *Subject:* Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - Fw: Kesian sahabat
> kita nak kahwin nie..
>
> agaknya kita boleh buat tuntutan/saman kerugian tak kalau kena kes
> macam ni?
> On 27/03/2013 8:06 AM, Abdul Rahman bin Johari wrote:
>> std bro
>> kat mane2 pun sama
>> takleh nak pakai dewan public nih
>> alternatif leh try sewa dewan sekolah
>> 1 malaysia mcm ni bro
>>
>> -::eSpAcE9808::- wrote:
>>> 
>>>
>>>
>>> Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie.. ini semua Najib punya
>>> pasailah nie...!!!
>>> <http://www.kedahlanie.info/2013/03/kesian-sahabat-kita-nak-kahwin-nie-ini.html>
>>>
>>>
>>> Posted by Kedah Lanie
>>>
>>> Erin Radzuan
>>>
>>> Selagi tak bubar, selagi tu surat ni menghantui kami. Menyusahkan
>>> org najib ni. Kalau laa dari bulan November tu ko bgtau dewan nak
>>> gune kan senang. Stress aku dh tahap melampau. Aku bosan dah dgr org
>>> duk ckp mengundi time date kawen. Ko igt kalau bgtau bulan januari
>>> (date surat) tp sampai umah 25 feb 2013 dah boleh selesaikan masalah
>>> org? Dah tentu semua bende dah booking. Hmmmm pls bubar cepat2 and
>>> btau kat rakyat cam aku ni.
>
>
>

Tue Mar 26, 2013 7:40 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Abdul Rahman bin Johari" man_apache

hehehe
nak nikah suspens
dah nikah pun suspens
hehehe

Tajul Amir Darus wrote:
> 7 April insyaallah ok lagi rasanya sebab masa nak dari tarikh bubar
> parlimen ke mengundi mau makan masa 2 minggu juga lagipun sampai
> sekarang Parlimen atau DUN tak bubar2 lagi.Yg 28 April hb tu lagi
> suspense rasanya..hehehe
>
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------
> *From:* bashah <bwasi@yahoo.com>
> *To:* "automobil@yahoogroups.comautomobil@yahoogroups.com>
> *Sent:* Wednesday, March 27, 2013 10:26 AM
> *Subject:* Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - Fw: Kesian sahabat
> kita nak kahwin nie..
>
> Kesian, org nak kawin mana boleh tahan tahan?...
> Buat pondok Kawin sebelah pondok panas rayundi BN atau PR boleh tak ?
> Ni dah jadi wedding yg penuh suspense..
> Tak boleh saman rugi rasanya sebab memang ada clause last minute
> perubahan.
> Jiran aku nak buat majlis kahwin 28 April kira selamat...
>
> p.s majlis kawin pun tak dpat lari dari kesan politik..hehe.
>
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------
> *From:* MHZ <cekelatgetah@gmail.com>
> *To:* automobil@yahoogroups.com
> *Sent:* Wednesday, March 27, 2013 10:17 AM
> *Subject:* Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - Fw: Kesian sahabat
> kita nak kahwin nie..
>
> agaknya kita boleh buat tuntutan/saman kerugian tak kalau kena kes
> macam ni?
> On 27/03/2013 8:06 AM, Abdul Rahman bin Johari wrote:
>> std bro
>> kat mane2 pun sama
>> takleh nak pakai dewan public nih
>> alternatif leh try sewa dewan sekolah
>> 1 malaysia mcm ni bro
>>
>> -::eSpAcE9808::- wrote:
>>>
>>> 
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Kesian sahabat kita nak kahwin nie.. ini semua Najib punya
>>> pasailah nie...!!!
>>> <http://www.kedahlanie.info/2013/03/kesian-sahabat-kita-nak-kahwin-nie-ini.html>
>>>
>>>
>>> Posted by Kedah Lanie
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Erin Radzuan
>>>
>>> Selagi tak bubar, selagi tu surat ni menghantui kami. Menyusahkan
>>> org najib ni. Kalau laa dari bulan November tu ko bgtau dewan nak
>>> gune kan senang. Stress aku dh tahap melampau. Aku bosan dah dgr org
>>> duk ckp mengundi time date kawen. Ko igt kalau bgtau bulan januari
>>> (date surat) tp sampai umah 25 feb 2013 dah boleh selesaikan masalah
>>> org? Dah tentu semua bende dah booking. Hmmmm pls bubar cepat2 and
>>> btau kat rakyat cam aku ni.
>
>
>
>
>

Tue Mar 26, 2013 9:20 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"-::eSpAcE9808::-" rienacom

Rayuan Derma Baik Pulih Surau

malaysiaberih.blogspot.
manjongmari.blogspot

Tue Mar 26, 2013 9:20 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"-::eSpAcE9808::-" rienacom

Too Much Tea Causes Unusual Bone Disease
By Rachael Rettner, MyHealthNewsDaily Staff Writer | LiveScience.com

A 47-year-old Michigan woman developed a bone disease rarely seen in the U.S. after she drank a pitcher of tea made from at least 100 tea bags daily, for 17 years, researchers report.
The Detroit woman visited the doctor after experiencing pain in her lower back, arms, legs and hips for five years.

X-rays revealed areas of very dense bone on the spinal vertebrae and calcifications of ligaments in her arm, said study researcher Dr. Sudhaker D. Rao, a physician at Henry Ford Hospital who specializes in endocrinology and bone and mineral metabolism.

The researchers suspected the woman had skeletal fluorosis, a bone disease caused by consuming too much fluoride (a mineral found in tea as well as drinking water).

The patient's blood levels of fluoride were four times higher than what would be considered normal, the researchers said.

Skeletal fluorosis is endemic in regions of the world with naturally high levels of fluoride in drinking water, including some parts of India and China, but is rare in Europe and North America. (Low levels of fluoride are added to drinking water in the United States to prevent cavities, but aren't high enough to cause fluorosis.)

Rao said the patient was originally referred to him because her doctors suspected she had cancer, which can also show up on an X-ray as areas of dense bone. But because Rao had seen cases of skeletal fluorosis in his native India, "I was able to recognize it immediately," he said.

Excess fluoride is typically eliminated from the body by the kidneys, Rao said. But if one consumes a lot of it, as this patient did through tea drinking, over time, the fluoride forms crystal deposits on bone, Rao said.

A few other cases of skeletal fluorosis caused by tea drinking have been reported in the United States. In these cases, patients typically drank a gallon of tea a day, Rao said. Rao and colleagues instructed their patient to stop drinking tea, after which she experienced an improvement in symptoms. The fluoride deposits will gradually go away as the bone remodels (or repairs) itself, a process that occurs frequently in the body, Rao said.

A description of the case will published tomorrow (March 21) in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Pass it on: A 47-year-old U.S. woman developed a bone disease after drinking a pitcher of tea a day for 17 years.

Tue Mar 26, 2013 5:35 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Zaiedishaq" zaiedishaq

Dah cuba instal Waze, dia punya makan battery pun boleh tahan jugak. pastu
panas. nak tak nak kena letak depan aircond.
Masalahnya bila drive kat Singapore. Nak roaming? Mau menangis tengok bil..

On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 4:21 PM, lan loqius <rxzabd@yahoo.com> wrote:

> betul. Kelebihannya dia online smart traffic. Boleh tau jalan jem & route
> ke jalan yang x jem. Cuma kena ada connection internet jelah.
>
> -Dak Lan-
> ------------------------------
> *From:* Nazri Ahtar <littlenoti@yahoo.com>
> *To:* "automobil@yahoogroups.comautomobil@yahoogroups.com>
> *Sent:* Tuesday, March 26, 2013 4:05 PM
> *Subject:* Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS
>
> tak try waze ? install kat henpon.
>
> symbian ada, android pun ada. rasanya lagi murah kalau dibandingkan dengan
> beli gps kat luar.
>
> rgds,
> Nazri Ahtar
>
> ------------------------------
> *From:* Zaiedishaq <zaiedishaq@gmail.com>
> *To:* automobil@yahoogroups.com
> *Sent:* Tuesday, March 26, 2013 12:47 PM
> *Subject:* www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS
>
>
> Salam,
>
> Nak tanya sikit ngan geng automobil.
> Saya bercadang nak beli stand alone GPS (sekarang ni guna Papago -
> hempon).
> So nak tanya sikit mana brand yang terbaik (update map, accuracy,
> responsive)..?
>
> Regards,
> -zaied-
>
> On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 11:34 PM, -::eSpAcE9808::- <rienacom@yahoo.com.sg>wrote:
>
> **
>
> **
>
> *Smartphone showdown: Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs Apple iPhone 5 Vs BlackBerry
> Z10 Vs Nokia Lumia 920* Who comes out on top in the battle of the leading
> handsets?
> [image: Yahoo! Tech Talk]By Hannah Bouckley | Yahoo! Tech Talk
>
> The Samsung Galaxy S4 was unveiled last week to great fanfare in New
> York. It may only be March, but it�s safe to say the successor to the 40
> million selling Samsung Galaxy S3 will be one of 2013�s most popular
> mobile phones, boosting the number of users on Google�s Android operating
> system even further.
>
> But how does it compare to the flagship smartphones from the other major
> operating systems: BlackBerry 10, iOS and Windows Phone? Let�s comparethe Samsung Galaxy S4 to the BlackBerry Z10, Apple iPhone 5 and Nokia
> Lumia 920 to see how the numbers stack up.
> *
> Styling and build*
> **
> The new Samsung Galaxy S4 at launch last week (AP)
>
> Despite having the biggest screen, the Samsung Galaxy�s plastic chassis
> means it�s the second lightest (130g) phone here and the same curved back
> as the Galaxy S3 means it should be incredibly comfortable to hold, if a
> little too big for some. Available in black and white, the styling hasn�t
> evolved much, but if it ain�t broke....
>
> The Apple iPhone 5 is the smallest and lightest phone here (112g) ensuring
> it is not only portable but the easiest to operate with one hand,
> although the diamond-cut bevelled edges mean it�s not overly comfortable
> to hold. Combining glass and aluminium, it�s an extremely well-built and
> attractive phone, although the back is scratch prone.
>
> The Z10 marks a design departure for BlackBerry, but the black version is
> arguably the most conservative phone here. Build quality is excellent,
> weighing 136g it�s not too heavy and can easily be used with one hand.
>
> Available in eye-popping red and yellow, as well as white and black, the
> Nokia Lumia 920 really stands out from the crowd. It�s made from a singlepiece of polycarbonate, which looks and feels exceptionally premium,
> weighing 185g, it is the heaviest phone here and may prove too weighty
> for some.
>
> All the flagships here support 4G, but the iPhone 5 will only work onEE�s 4G network, not forthcoming ones from O2 or Vodafone set to launch in
> June this year.
> *
> Screen*
>
> An Apple iPhone 5 REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
>
> With a 5-inch Full HD screen the Samsung Galaxy S4 offers the most real
> estate for movie viewing, with the highest resolution and pixels per
> inch. The Nokia Lumia 920 has a 4.5-inch HD screen and the BlackBerry Z10
> a 4.2-inch HD screen. The Apple iPhone 5 has the smallest screen at
> 4-inches and is the only one without a HD resolution but you�d be hard
> pressed to tell with its 326ppi.
>
> Numbers aside what really differentiates the screens is the technology
> used. The S4 is the only one with a Super AMOLED screen, which means it
> will have deeper blacks and vibrant, more saturated colours, making it a
> good choice for movies. The other three phones use LCD technology,
> resulting in purer whites and more natural colours, which is typically a
> good choice for browsing.
>
> Apple, BlackBerry and Nokia use their own technology and side by side
> results are very different. Nokia�s PureView Motion+ has a 60Hz refresh
> rate reducing blur, visibility is good outdoors and the touchscreen even
> works with gloves. Apple�s iPhone 5 Retina display is a good all-rounder
> with higher saturation and contrast than previous iPhones. Finally the
> BlackBerry Z10�s LCD screen is very sharp, but brightness and contrast
> aren�t as good as the iPhone 5.
>
> *Storage *
>
>
> BlackBerry Z10
>
> The Samsung Galaxy S4 and Apple iPhone 5 come in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB
> versions. The Galaxy offers the option of expansion using a microSDcard. The BlackBerry Z10 also offers a card
> slot, but has just 16GB storage and the Nokia Lumia 920 offers double the
> storage, but no card slot. For the majority of people 16GB of storage
> will be enough, but if you download lots of games, record HD movies and
> have a vast music library, you�ll need more storage or at least a memory
> card.
>
> *Operating system*
>
> A Nokia Lumia smartphone REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
>
> The Galaxy S4 launches with Android Jelly Bean 4.2 overlayed with
> Samsung�s own skin called TouchWiz, offering a wealth of customisationoptions that some may find a little
> complex. Samsung�s added some outstanding features such as Picture In
> Picture, Air Gestures and Group Play, and the Google Play Store offers over
> 800,000 apps.
>
> In iOS on the iPhone 5 apps and features are in regimented rows, it�sintuitive to use and the most user-friendly, but feels a little dated,
> lacking features like live widgets, although iCloud provides simple cloud
> backups and there�s the voice-assistant Siri. The iOS App Store offers a
> huge choice of over 800,000 apps too.
>
> BlackBerry 10 is the newest operating system and uses BlackBerry Flow
> navigation. Instead of a homescreen or buttons, move around the phone
> using gestures. Such a new system takes time to become familiar with and
> it�s not as flexible as Android or Windows Phone, but with BlackBerry Hub
> to keep an eye on messages and the best native keyboard, it�s a greatchoice for business and communication.
>
> Windows Phone 8 on the Lumia 920 has tiles that snake down the screen
> vertically, some of which update live. Customisation options can�t match
> Android, but it�s the wealth of extra features that really stand out.
> SmartGlass is for controlling an XBox, Here Maps is a fully functioning
> sat nav and SkyDrive provides cloud backups.
>
> *Camera*
>
>
> With a 13-megapixel camera the Galaxy S4 offers the highest megapixel
> rating of the flagships and Samsung has equipped it with interesting new
> features like Dual Shot, which takes pictures using the front and rear
> cameras simultaneously. We�ve not had a chance to try out the Galaxy S4�s
> camera, but more pixels doesn�t necessarily mean better photos, it�s the
> sensor, lens and in-camera technology that determine the quality of the
> photo, so it will be interesting to see how it compares.
>
> Due to a combination of PureView technology and Carl Zeiss optics the
> Lumia 920 performs very well in low light without a flash and comes with
> some useful Nokia �lenses� adding extra features.
>
> The iPhone 5�s 8-megapixel camera is a good all-rounder, consistently
> scoring well in cameraphone shoot-outs, but very basic features mean to
> get the best from it, you�ll need to download an app like Camera FX.
>
> BlackBerry isn�t known for its camera prowess and the Z10�s 8-megapixel
> camera is good rather than outstanding, but the cool Time Shift mode lets
> you select an individual frame to pose your subjects just how you�d want.
>
> *Verdict*
>
> Android, iOS, BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8 all offer very different
> user experiences - typically if you�ve invested in one by buying apps,
> you may not want to spend money on another. If you�re buying your first
> smartphone it�s definitely worth trying them out to see what you prefer.
>
> On paper the Galaxy S4 is certainly appealing - it has a powerful
> processor, generous screen and some interesting new features, some useful
> and some gimmicky. Some will wish Samsung had tweaked the design, but
> (like Apple with the iPhone 4 and 4S), the company decided to stick to
> its guns. We�re expecting new flagship phones from Apple and Nokia laterthis year, so it will be really interesting if they try and match the S4�s
> hardware, or instead decide to focus on camera and interface
> improvements.
>
>
> Developed to redefine the way we live, the GALAXY S 4 makes every moment
> of our life meaningful. It understands the value of relationships,
> enables true connections with friends and family, and believes in the
> importance of effortless experience.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>

Tue Mar 26, 2013 6:06 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Nazri Ahtar" littlenoti

ahaks, betul juga.

baik, saya tak tahu gps mana yang elok, sebab tak pernah guna pun..

apa yg saya guna sekarang nih

1. nokia, symbian belle, C7-00. ada GPS dan A-GPS.
- nokia map, free updates. mana2 country pun. just download n guna.
- lambat dapat signal satelite. once dah dapat, search n drive guide mmg cepat.
** saya guna bila easy driving, nak pi tempat jauh2 yang tak biasa. dan lagi cepat dari waze. dan saya guna bila tak ada internet access.

2. waze. AGPS.
- traffic jem giler babas. saya akan guna.
- cepat dapat signal satelite bila ada internet. kalau tak ada internet. APTB.
** saya guna bila tahu tempat saya nak pi tu jem tahap gaban baja hitam.

untuk kes bro nih, cuba search kat google reviews on gps devices. cuba cari additional features dalam gps tu, mungkin ada mp4 player sekali, boleh support bigger size memory card, battery duration yg lebih lama. bigger screen. ada fm transmitter, jd suaranya boleh pasang pada radio kereta utk dengar lebih jelas. contoh lah... :)
 
rgds,
Nazri Ahtar

________________________________
From: Zaiedishaq <zaiedishaq@gmail.com>
To: automobil@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 8:34 AM
Subject: Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS


 
Dah cuba instal Waze, dia punya makan battery pun boleh tahan jugak. pastu panas. nak tak nak kena letak depan aircond.
Masalahnya bila drive kat Singapore. Nak roaming? Mau menangis tengok bil..

On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 4:21 PM, lan loqius <rxzabd@yahoo.com> wrote:

betul. Kelebihannya dia online smart traffic. Boleh tau jalan jem & route ke jalan yang x jem. Cuma kena ada connection internet jelah.

>-Dak Lan-
>
>
>________________________________
> From: Nazri Ahtar <littlenoti@yahoo.com>
>To: "automobil@yahoogroups.comautomobil@yahoogroups.com>
>Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 4:05 PM
>Subject: Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS
>
>
>
>tak try waze ? install kat henpon.
>
>
>symbian ada, android pun ada. rasanya lagi murah kalau dibandingkan dengan beli gps kat luar.

>rgds,
>Nazri Ahtar
>
>
>________________________________
> From: Zaiedishaq <zaiedishaq@gmail.com>
>To: automobil@yahoogroups.com
>Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 12:47 PM
>Subject: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS
>
>

>Salam,
>
>
>Nak tanya sikit ngan geng automobil.
>Saya bercadang nak beli stand alone GPS (sekarang ni guna Papago - hempon). 
>So nak tanya sikit mana brand yang terbaik (update map, accuracy, responsive)..?
>
>
>Regards,
>-zaied-
>
>
>On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 11:34 PM, -::eSpAcE9808::- <rienacom@yahoo.com.sg> wrote:
>
>
>> 
>>
>> 
>>Smartphone showdown: Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs
Apple iPhone 5 Vs BlackBerry Z10 Vs Nokia Lumia 920
>>Who comes out on top in the battle of the leading handsets?
>>By Hannah Bouckley | Yahoo! Tech
Talk 
>> 
>>The Samsung Galaxy S4 was unveiled last week to great fanfare in
New York. It may only be March, but it's safe to say the successor to the 40 million selling Samsung Galaxy S3 will be one of 2013's most popular mobile phones, boosting the number of users on Google's Android operating system even further.
>>
>>But how does it compare to the flagship smartphones from the other major operating systems: BlackBerry 10, iOS and Windows Phone?  Let's compare the Samsung Galaxy S4 to the BlackBerry Z10, Apple iPhone 5 and Nokia Lumia 920 to see how the numbers stack up.
>>
>>Styling and build
>> 
>>The new Samsung Galaxy S4 at launch last week (AP)
>>Despite having the biggest screen, the Samsung Galaxy's plastic chassis means it's the second lightest
(130g) phone here and the same curved back as the Galaxy S3 means it should be incredibly comfortable to hold, if a little too big for some. Available in black and white, the styling hasn't evolved much, but if it ain't broke....
>>
>>The
Apple iPhone 5 is the smallest and lightest phone here (112g) ensuring it is not only portable but the easiest to operate with one hand, although the diamond-cut bevelled edges mean it's not overly comfortable to hold. Combining glass and aluminium, it's an extremely well-built and attractive phone, although the back is scratch prone.
>>
>>The Z10 marks a design departure for BlackBerry, but the black version is arguably the most conservative phone here. Build quality is excellent, weighing 136g it's not too heavy and can easily be used with one hand.
>>
>>Available in eye-popping red and yellow, as well as white and black, the Nokia Lumia 920 really stands out from the crowd. It's made from a single piece of polycarbonate, which looks and feels exceptionally premium, weighing 185g, it is the heaviest phone here and may prove too weighty for some.
>>
>>All the flagships here support 4G, but the iPhone 5 will only work on EE's 4G network, not forthcoming ones from O2 or Vodafone set to launch in
June this year.
>>
>>Screen
>>
>>An Apple iPhone 5 REUTERS/Lucas
Jackson
>>With a 5-inch Full HD screen the Samsung Galaxy S4 offers the most real estate for movie viewing, with the highest resolution and pixels per inch. The Nokia Lumia 920 has a 4.5-inch HD screen and the BlackBerry Z10 a 4.2-inch HD screen. The Apple iPhone 5 has the smallest screen at 4-inches and is the only one without a HD resolution but you'd be hard pressed to tell with its 326ppi.
>>
>>Numbers aside what really differentiates the screens is the technology used. The S4 is the only one with a
Super AMOLED screen, which means it will have deeper blacks and vibrant, more saturated colours, making it a good choice for movies. The other three phones use LCD technology, resulting in purer whites and more natural colours, which is typically a good choice for browsing.
>>
>>Apple, BlackBerry and Nokia use their own technology and side by side results are very different. Nokia's PureView Motion+ has a 60Hz refresh rate reducing blur, visibility is good outdoors and the touchscreen even works with gloves. Apple's iPhone 5 Retina display is a good all-rounder with higher saturation and contrast than previous iPhones.  Finally the BlackBerry Z10's LCD screen is very sharp, but brightness and contrast aren't as good as the iPhone 5.
>>
>>Storage
>>
>> 
>>BlackBerry Z10
>>The Samsung Galaxy S4 and Apple iPhone 5 come in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions. The Galaxy offers the option of expansion using a microSD card.  The BlackBerry Z10 also offers a card slot, but has just 16GB storage and the Nokia Lumia 920 offers double the storage, but no card slot. For the majority of people 16GB of storage will be enough, but if you download lots of games, record HD movies and have a vast music library, you'll need more storage or at least a memory card.
>>
>>Operating system
>>
>>A Nokia Lumia smartphone REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
>>The Galaxy S4 launches with Android Jelly Bean 4.2 overlayed with Samsung's own skin called TouchWiz, offering a wealth of customisation options that some may find a little complex. Samsung's added some outstanding features such as Picture In Picture,
Air Gestures and Group Play, and the Google Play Store offers over 800,000 apps.
>>
>>In iOS on the iPhone 5 apps and features are in regimented rows, it's intuitive to use and the most user-friendly, but feels a little dated, lacking features like live widgets, although iCloud provides simple cloud backups and there's the voice-assistant Siri. The iOS App Store offers a huge choice of over 800,000 apps too.
>>
>>BlackBerry 10 is the newest operating system and uses BlackBerry Flow navigation. Instead of a homescreen or buttons, move around the phone using gestures. Such a new system takes time to become familiar with and it's not as flexible as Android or Windows Phone, but with BlackBerry Hub to keep an eye on messages and the best native keyboard, it's a great choice for business and communication.
>>
>>Windows Phone 8 on the Lumia
920 has tiles that snake down the screen vertically, some of which update live. Customisation options can't match Android, but it's the wealth of extra features that really stand out. SmartGlass is for controlling an XBox, Here Maps is a fully functioning sat nav and SkyDrive provides cloud backups.
>>
>>Camera
>>
>>
>>With a 13-megapixel camera the Galaxy S4 offers the highest megapixel rating of the flagships and Samsung has equipped it with interesting new features like Dual
Shot, which takes pictures using the front and rear cameras simultaneously.
We've not had a chance to try out the Galaxy S4's camera, but more pixels doesn't necessarily mean better photos, it's the sensor, lens and in-camera technology that determine the quality of the photo, so it will be interesting to see how it compares.
>>
>>Due to a combination of PureView technology and Carl
Zeiss optics the Lumia 920 performs very well in low light without a flash and comes with some useful Nokia 'lenses' adding extra features.
>>
>>The iPhone
5's 8-megapixel camera is a good all-rounder, consistently scoring well in cameraphone shoot-outs, but very basic features mean to get the best from it, you'll need to download an app like Camera FX.
>>
>>BlackBerry isn't known for its camera prowess and the Z10's 8-megapixel camera is good rather than outstanding, but the cool Time Shift mode lets you select an individual frame to pose your subjects just how you'd want.
>>
>>Verdict
>>
>>Android, iOS, BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8 all offer very different user experiences - typically if you've invested in one by buying apps, you may not want to spend money on another. If you're buying your first smartphone it's definitely worth trying them out to see what you prefer.
>>
>>On paper the Galaxy S4 is certainly appealing - it has a powerful processor, generous screen and some interesting new features, some useful and some gimmicky. Some will wish Samsung had tweaked the design, but (like Apple with the iPhone 4 and 4S), the company decided to stick to its guns. We're expecting new flagship phones from Apple and Nokia later this year, so it will be really interesting if they try and match the S4's hardware, or instead decide to focus on camera and interface improvements.
>>
>>
>> 
>>Developed to redefine the way we live, the GALAXY S 4 makes every moment of our life meaningful. It understands the value of relationships, enables true connections with friends and family, and believes in the importance of effortless experience.
>
>
>
>
>

Tue Mar 26, 2013 6:40 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

fuzzyinn

Blackberry model bold 9700 boleh support tak utk pakai waze ni ..
Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device via Vodafone-Celcom Mobile.

-----Original Message-----
From: Nazri Ahtar <littlenoti@yahoo.com>
Sender: automobil@yahoogroups.com
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2013 09:06:49
To: automobil@yahoogroups.comautomobil@yahoogroups.com>
Reply-To: automobil@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS

ahaks, betul juga.

baik, saya tak tahu gps mana yang elok, sebab tak pernah guna pun..

apa yg saya guna sekarang nih

1. nokia, symbian belle, C7-00. ada GPS dan A-GPS.
- nokia map, free updates. mana2 country pun. just download n guna.
- lambat dapat signal satelite. once dah dapat, search n drive guide mmg cepat.
** saya guna bila easy driving, nak pi tempat jauh2 yang tak biasa. dan lagi cepat dari waze. dan saya guna bila tak ada internet access.

2. waze. AGPS.
- traffic jem giler babas. saya akan guna.
- cepat dapat signal satelite bila ada internet. kalau tak ada internet. APTB.
** saya guna bila tahu tempat saya nak pi tu jem tahap gaban baja hitam.

untuk kes bro nih, cuba search kat google reviews on gps devices. cuba cari additional features dalam gps tu, mungkin ada mp4 player sekali, boleh support bigger size memory card, battery duration yg lebih lama. bigger screen. ada fm transmitter, jd suaranya boleh pasang pada radio kereta utk dengar lebih jelas. contoh lah... :)
 
rgds,
Nazri Ahtar


________________________________
From: Zaiedishaq <zaiedishaq@gmail.com>
To: automobil@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 8:34 AM
Subject: Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS


 
Dah cuba instal Waze, dia punya makan battery pun boleh tahan jugak. pastu panas. nak tak nak kena letak depan aircond.
Masalahnya bila drive kat Singapore. Nak roaming? Mau menangis tengok bil..




On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 4:21 PM, lan loqius <rxzabd@yahoo.com> wrote:

betul. Kelebihannya dia online smart traffic. Boleh tau jalan jem & route ke jalan yang x jem. Cuma kena ada connection internet jelah.

>-Dak Lan-
>
>
>________________________________
> From: Nazri Ahtar <littlenoti@yahoo.com>
>To: "automobil@yahoogroups.comautomobil@yahoogroups.com>
>Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 4:05 PM
>Subject: Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS
>
>
>
>tak try waze ? install kat henpon.
>
>
>symbian ada, android pun ada. rasanya lagi murah kalau dibandingkan dengan beli gps kat luar.

>rgds,
>Nazri Ahtar
>
>
>________________________________
> From: Zaiedishaq <zaiedishaq@gmail.com>
>To: automobil@yahoogroups.com
>Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 12:47 PM
>Subject: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS
>
>

>Salam,
>
>
>Nak tanya sikit ngan geng automobil.
>Saya bercadang nak beli stand alone GPS (sekarang ni guna Papago - hempon). 
>So nak tanya sikit mana brand yang terbaik (update map, accuracy, responsive)..?
>
>
>Regards,
>-zaied-
>
>
>On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 11:34 PM, -::eSpAcE9808::- <rienacom@yahoo.com.sg> wrote:
>
>
>> 
>>
>> 
>>Smartphone showdown: Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs
Apple iPhone 5 Vs BlackBerry Z10 Vs Nokia Lumia 920
>>Who comes out on top in the battle of the leading handsets?
>>By Hannah Bouckley | Yahoo! Tech
Talk 
>> 
>>The Samsung Galaxy S4 was unveiled last week to great fanfare in
New York. It may only be March, but it's safe to say the successor to the 40 million selling Samsung Galaxy S3 will be one of 2013's most popular mobile phones, boosting the number of users on Google's Android operating system even further.
>>
>>But how does it compare to the flagship smartphones from the other major operating systems: BlackBerry 10, iOS and Windows Phone?  Let's compare the Samsung Galaxy S4 to the BlackBerry Z10, Apple iPhone 5 and Nokia Lumia 920 to see how the numbers stack up.
>>
>>Styling and build
>> 
>>The new Samsung Galaxy S4 at launch last week (AP)
>>Despite having the biggest screen, the Samsung Galaxy's plastic chassis means it's the second lightest
(130g) phone here and the same curved back as the Galaxy S3 means it should be incredibly comfortable to hold, if a little too big for some. Available in black and white, the styling hasn't evolved much, but if it ain't broke....
>>
>>The
Apple iPhone 5 is the smallest and lightest phone here (112g) ensuring it is not only portable but the easiest to operate with one hand, although the diamond-cut bevelled edges mean it's not overly comfortable to hold. Combining glass and aluminium, it's an extremely well-built and attractive phone, although the back is scratch prone.
>>
>>The Z10 marks a design departure for BlackBerry, but the black version is arguably the most conservative phone here. Build quality is excellent, weighing 136g it's not too heavy and can easily be used with one hand.
>>
>>Available in eye-popping red and yellow, as well as white and black, the Nokia Lumia 920 really stands out from the crowd. It's made from a single piece of polycarbonate, which looks and feels exceptionally premium, weighing 185g, it is the heaviest phone here and may prove too weighty for some.
>>
>>All the flagships here support 4G, but the iPhone 5 will only work on EE's 4G network, not forthcoming ones from O2 or Vodafone set to launch in
June this year.
>>
>>Screen
>>
>>An Apple iPhone 5 REUTERS/Lucas
Jackson
>>With a 5-inch Full HD screen the Samsung Galaxy S4 offers the most real estate for movie viewing, with the highest resolution and pixels per inch. The Nokia Lumia 920 has a 4.5-inch HD screen and the BlackBerry Z10 a 4.2-inch HD screen. The Apple iPhone 5 has the smallest screen at 4-inches and is the only one without a HD resolution but you'd be hard pressed to tell with its 326ppi.
>>
>>Numbers aside what really differentiates the screens is the technology used. The S4 is the only one with a
Super AMOLED screen, which means it will have deeper blacks and vibrant, more saturated colours, making it a good choice for movies. The other three phones use LCD technology, resulting in purer whites and more natural colours, which is typically a good choice for browsing.
>>
>>Apple, BlackBerry and Nokia use their own technology and side by side results are very different. Nokia's PureView Motion+ has a 60Hz refresh rate reducing blur, visibility is good outdoors and the touchscreen even works with gloves. Apple's iPhone 5 Retina display is a good all-rounder with higher saturation and contrast than previous iPhones.  Finally the BlackBerry Z10's LCD screen is very sharp, but brightness and contrast aren't as good as the iPhone 5.
>>
>>Storage
>>
>> 
>>BlackBerry Z10
>>The Samsung Galaxy S4 and Apple iPhone 5 come in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions. The Galaxy offers the option of expansion using a microSD card.  The BlackBerry Z10 also offers a card slot, but has just 16GB storage and the Nokia Lumia 920 offers double the storage, but no card slot. For the majority of people 16GB of storage will be enough, but if you download lots of games, record HD movies and have a vast music library, you'll need more storage or at least a memory card.
>>
>>Operating system
>>
>>A Nokia Lumia smartphone REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
>>The Galaxy S4 launches with Android Jelly Bean 4.2 overlayed with Samsung's own skin called TouchWiz, offering a wealth of customisation options that some may find a little complex. Samsung's added some outstanding features such as Picture In Picture,
Air Gestures and Group Play, and the Google Play Store offers over 800,000 apps.
>>
>>In iOS on the iPhone 5 apps and features are in regimented rows, it's intuitive to use and the most user-friendly, but feels a little dated, lacking features like live widgets, although iCloud provides simple cloud backups and there's the voice-assistant Siri. The iOS App Store offers a huge choice of over 800,000 apps too.
>>
>>BlackBerry 10 is the newest operating system and uses BlackBerry Flow navigation. Instead of a homescreen or buttons, move around the phone using gestures. Such a new system takes time to become familiar with and it's not as flexible as Android or Windows Phone, but with BlackBerry Hub to keep an eye on messages and the best native keyboard, it's a great choice for business and communication.
>>
>>Windows Phone 8 on the Lumia
920 has tiles that snake down the screen vertically, some of which update live. Customisation options can't match Android, but it's the wealth of extra features that really stand out. SmartGlass is for controlling an XBox, Here Maps is a fully functioning sat nav and SkyDrive provides cloud backups.
>>
>>Camera
>>
>>
>>With a 13-megapixel camera the Galaxy S4 offers the highest megapixel rating of the flagships and Samsung has equipped it with interesting new features like Dual
Shot, which takes pictures using the front and rear cameras simultaneously.
We've not had a chance to try out the Galaxy S4's camera, but more pixels doesn't necessarily mean better photos, it's the sensor, lens and in-camera technology that determine the quality of the photo, so it will be interesting to see how it compares.
>>
>>Due to a combination of PureView technology and Carl
Zeiss optics the Lumia 920 performs very well in low light without a flash and comes with some useful Nokia 'lenses' adding extra features.
>>
>>The iPhone
5's 8-megapixel camera is a good all-rounder, consistently scoring well in cameraphone shoot-outs, but very basic features mean to get the best from it, you'll need to download an app like Camera FX.
>>
>>BlackBerry isn't known for its camera prowess and the Z10's 8-megapixel camera is good rather than outstanding, but the cool Time Shift mode lets you select an individual frame to pose your subjects just how you'd want.
>>
>>Verdict
>>
>>Android, iOS, BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8 all offer very different user experiences - typically if you've invested in one by buying apps, you may not want to spend money on another. If you're buying your first smartphone it's definitely worth trying them out to see what you prefer.
>>
>>On paper the Galaxy S4 is certainly appealing - it has a powerful processor, generous screen and some interesting new features, some useful and some gimmicky. Some will wish Samsung had tweaked the design, but (like Apple with the iPhone 4 and 4S), the company decided to stick to its guns. We're expecting new flagship phones from Apple and Nokia later this year, so it will be really interesting if they try and match the S4's hardware, or instead decide to focus on camera and interface improvements.
>>
>>
>> 
>>Developed to redefine the way we live, the GALAXY S 4 makes every moment of our life meaningful. It understands the value of relationships, enables true connections with friends and family, and believes in the importance of effortless experience.
>
>
>
>
>


Tue Mar 26, 2013 7:01 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Zaiedishaq" zaiedishaq

OK.. Thanks all. kena tunggu PC fair ni.. hehe

On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 9:06 AM, Nazri Ahtar <littlenoti@yahoo.com> wrote:

> ahaks, betul juga.
>
> baik, saya tak tahu gps mana yang elok, sebab tak pernah guna pun..
>
> apa yg saya guna sekarang nih
>
> 1. nokia, symbian belle, C7-00. ada GPS dan A-GPS.
> - nokia map, free updates. mana2 country pun. just download n guna.
> - lambat dapat signal satelite. once dah dapat, search n drive guide mmg
> cepat.
> ** saya guna bila easy driving, nak pi tempat jauh2 yang tak biasa. dan
> lagi cepat dari waze. dan saya guna bila tak ada internet access.
>
> 2. waze. AGPS.
> - traffic jem giler babas. saya akan guna.
> - cepat dapat signal satelite bila ada internet. kalau tak ada internet.
> APTB.
> ** saya guna bila tahu tempat saya nak pi tu jem tahap gaban baja hitam.
>
> untuk kes bro nih, cuba search kat google reviews on gps devices. cuba
> cari additional features dalam gps tu, mungkin ada mp4 player sekali, boleh
> support bigger size memory card, battery duration yg lebih lama. bigger
> screen. ada fm transmitter, jd suaranya boleh pasang pada radio kereta utk
> dengar lebih jelas. contoh lah... :)
>
> rgds,
> Nazri Ahtar
>
> ------------------------------
> *From:* Zaiedishaq <zaiedishaq@gmail.com>
> *To:* automobil@yahoogroups.com
> *Sent:* Wednesday, March 27, 2013 8:34 AM
>
> *Subject:* Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS
>
>
> Dah cuba instal Waze, dia punya makan battery pun boleh tahan jugak. pastu
> panas. nak tak nak kena letak depan aircond.
> Masalahnya bila drive kat Singapore. Nak roaming? Mau
> menangis tengok bil..
>
>
>
> On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 4:21 PM, lan loqius <rxzabd@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> betul. Kelebihannya dia online smart traffic. Boleh tau jalan jem & route
> ke jalan yang x jem. Cuma kena ada connection internet jelah.
>
> -Dak Lan-
> ------------------------------
> *From:* Nazri Ahtar <littlenoti@yahoo.com>
> *To:* "automobil@yahoogroups.comautomobil@yahoogroups.com>
> *Sent:* Tuesday, March 26, 2013 4:05 PM
> *Subject:* Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS
>
> tak try waze ? install kat henpon.
>
> symbian ada, android pun ada. rasanya lagi murah kalau dibandingkan dengan
> beli gps kat luar.
>
> rgds,
> Nazri Ahtar
>
> ------------------------------
> *From:* Zaiedishaq <zaiedishaq@gmail.com>
> *To:* automobil@yahoogroups.com
> *Sent:* Tuesday, March 26, 2013 12:47 PM
> *Subject:* www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS
>
>
> Salam,
>
> Nak tanya sikit ngan geng automobil.
> Saya bercadang nak beli stand alone GPS (sekarang ni guna Papago -
> hempon).
> So nak tanya sikit mana brand yang terbaik (update map, accuracy,
> responsive)..?
>
> Regards,
> -zaied-
>
> On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 11:34 PM, -::eSpAcE9808::- <rienacom@yahoo.com.sg>wrote:
>
> **
>
> **
>
> *Smartphone showdown: Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs Apple iPhone 5 Vs BlackBerry
> Z10 Vs Nokia Lumia 920* Who comes out on top in the battle of the leading
> handsets?
> [image: Yahoo! Tech Talk]By Hannah Bouckley | Yahoo! Tech Talk
>
> The Samsung Galaxy S4 was unveiled last week to great fanfare in New
> York. It may only be March, but it�s safe to say the successor to the 40
> million selling Samsung Galaxy S3 will be one of 2013�s most popular
> mobile phones, boosting the number of users on Google�s Android operating
> system even further.
>
> But how does it compare to the flagship smartphones from the other major
> operating systems: BlackBerry 10, iOS and Windows Phone? Let�s comparethe Samsung Galaxy S4 to the BlackBerry Z10, Apple iPhone 5 and Nokia
> Lumia 920 to see how the numbers stack up.
> *
> Styling and build*
> **
> The new Samsung Galaxy S4 at launch last week (AP)
>
> Despite having the biggest screen, the Samsung Galaxy�s plastic chassis
> means it�s the second lightest (130g) phone here and the same curved back
> as the Galaxy S3 means it should be incredibly comfortable to hold, if a
> little too big for some. Available in black and white, the styling hasn�t
> evolved much, but if it ain�t broke....
>
> The Apple iPhone 5 is the smallest and lightest phone here (112g) ensuring
> it is not only portable but the easiest to operate with one hand,
> although the diamond-cut bevelled edges mean it�s not overly comfortable
> to hold. Combining glass and aluminium, it�s an extremely well-built and
> attractive phone, although the back is scratch prone.
>
> The Z10 marks a design departure for BlackBerry, but the black version is
> arguably the most conservative phone here. Build quality is excellent,
> weighing 136g it�s not too heavy and can easily be used with one hand.
>
> Available in eye-popping red and yellow, as well as white and black, the
> Nokia Lumia 920 really stands out from the crowd. It�s made from a singlepiece of polycarbonate, which looks and feels exceptionally premium,
> weighing 185g, it is the heaviest phone here and may prove too weighty
> for some.
>
> All the flagships here support 4G, but the iPhone 5 will only work onEE�s 4G network, not forthcoming ones from O2 or Vodafone set to launch in
> June this year.
> *
> Screen*
>
> An Apple iPhone 5 REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
>
> With a 5-inch Full HD screen the Samsung Galaxy S4 offers the most real
> estate for movie viewing, with the highest resolution and pixels per
> inch. The Nokia Lumia 920 has a 4.5-inch HD screen and the BlackBerry Z10
> a 4.2-inch HD screen. The Apple iPhone 5 has the smallest screen at
> 4-inches and is the only one without a HD resolution but you�d be hard
> pressed to tell with its 326ppi.
>
> Numbers aside what really differentiates the screens is the technology
> used. The S4 is the only one with a Super AMOLED screen, which means it
> will have deeper blacks and vibrant, more saturated colours, making it a
> good choice for movies. The other three phones use LCD technology,
> resulting in purer whites and more natural colours, which is typically a
> good choice for browsing.
>
> Apple, BlackBerry and Nokia use their own technology and side by side
> results are very different. Nokia�s PureView Motion+ has a 60Hz refresh
> rate reducing blur, visibility is good outdoors and the touchscreen even
> works with gloves. Apple�s iPhone 5 Retina display is a good all-rounder
> with higher saturation and contrast than previous iPhones. Finally the
> BlackBerry Z10�s LCD screen is very sharp, but brightness and contrast
> aren�t as good as the iPhone 5.
>
> *Storage *
>
>
> BlackBerry Z10
>
> The Samsung Galaxy S4 and Apple iPhone 5 come in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB
> versions. The Galaxy offers the option of expansion using a microSDcard. The BlackBerry Z10 also offers a card
> slot, but has just 16GB storage and the Nokia Lumia 920 offers double the
> storage, but no card slot. For the majority of people 16GB of storage
> will be enough, but if you download lots of games, record HD movies and
> have a vast music library, you�ll need more storage or at least a memory
> card.
>
> *Operating system*
>
> A Nokia Lumia smartphone REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
>
> The Galaxy S4 launches with Android Jelly Bean 4.2 overlayed with
> Samsung�s own skin called TouchWiz, offering a wealth of customisationoptions that some may find a little
> complex. Samsung�s added some outstanding features such as Picture In
> Picture, Air Gestures and Group Play, and the Google Play Store offers over
> 800,000 apps.
>
> In iOS on the iPhone 5 apps and features are in regimented rows, it�sintuitive to use and the most user-friendly, but feels a little dated,
> lacking features like live widgets, although iCloud provides simple cloud
> backups and there�s the voice-assistant Siri. The iOS App Store offers a
> huge choice of over 800,000 apps too.
>
> BlackBerry 10 is the newest operating system and uses BlackBerry Flow
> navigation. Instead of a homescreen or buttons, move around the phone
> using gestures. Such a new system takes time to become familiar with and
> it�s not as flexible as Android or Windows Phone, but with BlackBerry Hub
> to keep an eye on messages and the best native keyboard, it�s a greatchoice for business and communication.
>
> Windows Phone 8 on the Lumia 920 has tiles that snake down the screen
> vertically, some of which update live. Customisation options can�t match
> Android, but it�s the wealth of extra features that really stand out.
> SmartGlass is for controlling an XBox, Here Maps is a fully functioning
> sat nav and SkyDrive provides cloud backups.
>
> *Camera*
>
>
> With a 13-megapixel camera the Galaxy S4 offers the highest megapixel
> rating of the flagships and Samsung has equipped it with interesting new
> features like Dual Shot, which takes pictures using the front and rear
> cameras simultaneously. We�ve not had a chance to try out the Galaxy S4�s
> camera, but more pixels doesn�t necessarily mean better photos, it�s the
> sensor, lens and in-camera technology that determine the quality of the
> photo, so it will be interesting to see how it compares.
>
> Due to a combination of PureView technology and Carl Zeiss optics the
> Lumia 920 performs very well in low light without a flash and comes with
> some useful Nokia �lenses� adding extra features.
>
> The iPhone 5�s 8-megapixel camera is a good all-rounder, consistently
> scoring well in cameraphone shoot-outs, but very basic features mean to
> get the best from it, you�ll need to download an app like Camera FX.
>
> BlackBerry isn�t known for its camera prowess and the Z10�s 8-megapixel
> camera is good rather than outstanding, but the cool Time Shift mode lets
> you select an individual frame to pose your subjects just how you�d want.
>
> *Verdict*
>
> Android, iOS, BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8 all offer very different
> user experiences - typically if you�ve invested in one by buying apps,
> you may not want to spend money on another. If you�re buying your first
> smartphone it�s definitely worth trying them out to see what you prefer.
>
> On paper the Galaxy S4 is certainly appealing - it has a powerful
> processor, generous screen and some interesting new features, some useful
> and some gimmicky. Some will wish Samsung had tweaked the design, but
> (like Apple with the iPhone 4 and 4S), the company decided to stick to
> its guns. We�re expecting new flagship phones from Apple and Nokia laterthis year, so it will be really interesting if they try and match the S4�s
> hardware, or instead decide to focus on camera and interface
> improvements.
>
>
> Developed to redefine the way we live, the GALAXY S 4 makes every moment
> of our life meaningful. It understands the value of relationships,
> enables true connections with friends and family, and believes in the
> importance of effortless experience.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>

Tue Mar 26, 2013 7:02 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

noorazlimdali

Saya cuba cari Apps ni guna BB Bold 4 tak jumpa pun. Tolong bantu

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Blackberry model bold 9700 boleh support tak utk pakai waze ni ..
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ahaks, betul juga.

baik, saya tak tahu gps mana yang elok, sebab tak pernah guna pun..

apa yg saya guna sekarang nih

1. nokia, symbian belle, C7-00. ada GPS dan A-GPS.
- nokia map, free updates. mana2 country pun. just download n guna.
- lambat dapat signal satelite. once dah dapat, search n drive guide mmg cepat.
** saya guna bila easy driving, nak pi tempat jauh2 yang tak biasa. dan lagi cepat dari waze. dan saya guna bila tak ada internet access.

2. waze. AGPS.
- traffic jem giler babas. saya akan guna.
- cepat dapat signal satelite bila ada internet. kalau tak ada internet. APTB.
** saya guna bila tahu tempat saya nak pi tu jem tahap gaban baja hitam.

untuk kes bro nih, cuba search kat google reviews on gps devices. cuba cari additional features dalam gps tu, mungkin ada mp4 player sekali, boleh support bigger size memory card, battery duration yg lebih lama. bigger screen. ada fm transmitter, jd suaranya boleh pasang pada radio kereta utk dengar lebih jelas. contoh lah... :)
 
rgds,
Nazri Ahtar


________________________________
From: Zaiedishaq <zaiedishaq@gmail.com>
To: automobil@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 8:34 AM
Subject: Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS


 
Dah cuba instal Waze, dia punya makan battery pun boleh tahan jugak. pastu panas. nak tak nak kena letak depan aircond.
Masalahnya bila drive kat Singapore. Nak roaming? Mau menangis tengok bil..




On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 4:21 PM, lan loqius <rxzabd@yahoo.com> wrote:

betul. Kelebihannya dia online smart traffic. Boleh tau jalan jem & route ke jalan yang x jem. Cuma kena ada connection internet jelah.

>-Dak Lan-
>
>
>________________________________
> From: Nazri Ahtar <littlenoti@yahoo.com>
>To: "automobil@yahoogroups.comautomobil@yahoogroups.com>
>Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 4:05 PM
>Subject: Re: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS
>
>
>
>tak try waze ? install kat henpon.
>
>
>symbian ada, android pun ada. rasanya lagi murah kalau dibandingkan dengan beli gps kat luar.

>rgds,
>Nazri Ahtar
>
>
>________________________________
> From: Zaiedishaq <zaiedishaq@gmail.com>
>To: automobil@yahoogroups.com
>Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 12:47 PM
>Subject: www.groupautomobil.blogspot.com - GPS
>
>

>Salam,
>
>
>Nak tanya sikit ngan geng automobil.
>Saya bercadang nak beli stand alone GPS (sekarang ni guna Papago - hempon). 
>So nak tanya sikit mana brand yang terbaik (update map, accuracy, responsive)..?
>
>
>Regards,
>-zaied-
>
>
>On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 11:34 PM, -::eSpAcE9808::- <rienacom@yahoo.com.sg> wrote:
>
>
>> 
>>
>> 
>>Smartphone showdown: Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs
Apple iPhone 5 Vs BlackBerry Z10 Vs Nokia Lumia 920
>>Who comes out on top in the battle of the leading handsets?
>>By Hannah Bouckley | Yahoo! Tech
Talk 
>> 
>>The Samsung Galaxy S4 was unveiled last week to great fanfare in
New York. It may only be March, but it's safe to say the successor to the 40 million selling Samsung Galaxy S3 will be one of 2013's most popular mobile phones, boosting the number of users on Google's Android operating system even further.
>>
>>But how does it compare to the flagship smartphones from the other major operating systems: BlackBerry 10, iOS and Windows Phone?  Let's compare the Samsung Galaxy S4 to the BlackBerry Z10, Apple iPhone 5 and Nokia Lumia 920 to see how the numbers stack up.
>>
>>Styling and build
>> 
>>The new Samsung Galaxy S4 at launch last week (AP)
>>Despite having the biggest screen, the Samsung Galaxy's plastic chassis means it's the second lightest
(130g) phone here and the same curved back as the Galaxy S3 means it should be incredibly comfortable to hold, if a little too big for some. Available in black and white, the styling hasn't evolved much, but if it ain't broke....
>>
>>The
Apple iPhone 5 is the smallest and lightest phone here (112g) ensuring it is not only portable but the easiest to operate with one hand, although the diamond-cut bevelled edges mean it's not overly comfortable to hold. Combining glass and aluminium, it's an extremely well-built and attractive phone, although the back is scratch prone.
>>
>>The Z10 marks a design departure for BlackBerry, but the black version is arguably the most conservative phone here. Build quality is excellent, weighing 136g it's not too heavy and can easily be used with one hand.
>>
>>Available in eye-popping red and yellow, as well as white and black, the Nokia Lumia 920 really stands out from the crowd. It's made from a single piece of polycarbonate, which looks and feels exceptionally premium, weighing 185g, it is the heaviest phone here and may prove too weighty for some.
>>
>>All the flagships here support 4G, but the iPhone 5 will only work on EE's 4G network, not forthcoming ones from O2 or Vodafone set to launch in
June this year.
>>
>>Screen
>>
>>An Apple iPhone 5 REUTERS/Lucas
Jackson
>>With a 5-inch Full HD screen the Samsung Galaxy S4 offers the most real estate for movie viewing, with the highest resolution and pixels per inch. The Nokia Lumia 920 has a 4.5-inch HD screen and the BlackBerry Z10 a 4.2-inch HD screen. The Apple iPhone 5 has the smallest screen at 4-inches and is the only one without a HD resolution but you'd be hard pressed to tell with its 326ppi.
>>
>>Numbers aside what really differentiates the screens is the technology used. The S4 is the only one with a
Super AMOLED screen, which means it will have deeper blacks and vibrant, more saturated colours, making it a good choice for movies. The other three phones use LCD technology, resulting in purer whites and more natural colours, which is typically a good choice for browsing.
>>
>>Apple, BlackBerry and Nokia use their own technology and side by side results are very different. Nokia's PureView Motion+ has a 60Hz refresh rate reducing blur, visibility is good outdoors and the touchscreen even works with gloves. Apple's iPhone 5 Retina display is a good all-rounder with higher saturation and contrast than previous iPhones.  Finally the BlackBerry Z10's LCD screen is very sharp, but brightness and contrast aren't as good as the iPhone 5.
>>
>>Storage
>>
>> 
>>BlackBerry Z10
>>The Samsung Galaxy S4 and Apple iPhone 5 come in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions. The Galaxy offers the option of expansion using a microSD card.  The BlackBerry Z10 also offers a card slot, but has just 16GB storage and the Nokia Lumia 920 offers double the storage, but no card slot. For the majority of people 16GB of storage will be enough, but if you download lots of games, record HD movies and have a vast music library, you'll need more storage or at least a memory card.
>>
>>Operating system
>>
>>A Nokia Lumia smartphone REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
>>The Galaxy S4 launches with Android Jelly Bean 4.2 overlayed with Samsung's own skin called TouchWiz, offering a wealth of customisation options that some may find a little complex. Samsung's added some outstanding features such as Picture In Picture,
Air Gestures and Group Play, and the Google Play Store offers over 800,000 apps.
>>
>>In iOS on the iPhone 5 apps and features are in regimented rows, it's intuitive to use and the most user-friendly, but feels a little dated, lacking features like live widgets, although iCloud provides simple cloud backups and there's the voice-assistant Siri. The iOS App Store offers a huge choice of over 800,000 apps too.
>>
>>BlackBerry 10 is the newest operating system and uses BlackBerry Flow navigation. Instead of a homescreen or buttons, move around the phone using gestures. Such a new system takes time to become familiar with and it's not as flexible as Android or Windows Phone, but with BlackBerry Hub to keep an eye on messages and the best native keyboard, it's a great choice for business and communication.
>>
>>Windows Phone 8 on the Lumia
920 has tiles that snake down the screen vertically, some of which update live. Customisation options can't match Android, but it's the wealth of extra features that really stand out. SmartGlass is for controlling an XBox, Here Maps is a fully functioning sat nav and SkyDrive provides cloud backups.
>>
>>Camera
>>
>>
>>With a 13-megapixel camera the Galaxy S4 offers the highest megapixel rating of the flagships and Samsung has equipped it with interesting new features like Dual
Shot, which takes pictures using the front and rear cameras simultaneously.
We've not had a chance to try out the Galaxy S4's camera, but more pixels doesn't necessarily mean better photos, it's the sensor, lens and in-camera technology that determine the quality of the photo, so it will be interesting to see how it compares.
>>
>>Due to a combination of PureView technology and Carl
Zeiss optics the Lumia 920 performs very well in low light without a flash and comes with some useful Nokia 'lenses' adding extra features.
>>
>>The iPhone
5's 8-megapixel camera is a good all-rounder, consistently scoring well in cameraphone shoot-outs, but very basic features mean to get the best from it, you'll need to download an app like Camera FX.
>>
>>BlackBerry isn't known for its camera prowess and the Z10's 8-megapixel camera is good rather than outstanding, but the cool Time Shift mode lets you select an individual frame to pose your subjects just how you'd want.
>>
>>Verdict
>>
>>Android, iOS, BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8 all offer very different user experiences - typically if you've invested in one by buying apps, you may not want to spend money on another. If you're buying your first smartphone it's definitely worth trying them out to see what you prefer.
>>
>>On paper the Galaxy S4 is certainly appealing - it has a powerful processor, generous screen and some interesting new features, some useful and some gimmicky. Some will wish Samsung had tweaked the design, but (like Apple with the iPhone 4 and 4S), the company decided to stick to its guns. We're expecting new flagship phones from Apple and Nokia later this year, so it will be really interesting if they try and match the S4's hardware, or instead decide to focus on camera and interface improvements.
>>
>>
>> 
>>Developed to redefine the way we live, the GALAXY S 4 makes every moment of our life meaningful. It understands the value of relationships, enables true connections with friends and family, and believes in the importance of effortless experience.
>
>
>
>
>


Tue Mar 26, 2013 7:11 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"MHZ" mohamad_hadi

standalone tak pasti.. sy penah pakai papago agak lembap.. sekarang sy
pakai sygic.. pendapat saya 3x lebih baik dari papago.

On 26/03/2013 12:47 PM, Zaiedishaq wrote:
>
> Salam,
>
>
> Nak tanya sikit ngan geng automobil.
> Saya bercadang nak beli stand alone GPS (sekarang ni guna Papago -
> hempon).
> So nak tanya sikit mana brand yang terbaik (update map, accuracy,
> responsive)..?
>
> Regards,
> -zaied-
>
> On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 11:34 PM, -::eSpAcE9808::-
> <rienacom@yahoo.com.sg <mailto:rienacom@yahoo.com.sg>> wrote:
>
>
> _Smartphone showdown: Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs Apple iPhone 5 Vs
> BlackBerry Z10 Vs Nokia Lumia 920_
>
>
> Who comes out on top in the battle of the leading handsets?
>
> Yahoo! Tech TalkBy Hannah Bouckley | Yahoo! Tech Talk
> The Samsung Galaxy S4 was unveiled last week to great fanfare in
> New York. It may only be March, but it�s safe to say the successor
> to the 40 million selling Samsung Galaxy S3 will be one of 2013�s
> most popular mobile phones, boosting the number of users on
> Google�s Android operating system even further.
>
> But how does it compare to the flagship smartphones from the other
> major operating systems: BlackBerry 10, iOS and Windows Phone?
> Let�s compare the Samsung Galaxy S4 to the BlackBerry Z10, Apple
> iPhone 5 and Nokia Lumia 920 to see how the numbers stack up.
> *
> Styling and build*
> **
> The new Samsung Galaxy S4 at launch last week (AP)
>
> Despite having the biggest screen, the Samsung Galaxy�s plastic
> chassis means it�s the second lightest (130g) phone here and the
> same curved back as the Galaxy S3 means it should be incredibly
> comfortable to hold, if a little too big for some. Available in
> black and white, the styling hasn�t evolved much, but if it ain�t
> broke....
>
> The Apple iPhone 5 is the smallest and lightest phone here (112g)
> ensuring it is not only portable but the easiest to operate with
> one hand, although the diamond-cut bevelled edges mean it�s not
> overly comfortable to hold. Combining glass and aluminium, it�s an
> extremely well-built and attractive phone, although the back is
> scratch prone.
>
> The Z10 marks a design departure for BlackBerry, but the black
> version is arguably the most conservative phone here. Build
> quality is excellent, weighing 136g it�s not too heavy and can
> easily be used with one hand.
>
> Available in eye-popping red and yellow, as well as white and
> black, the Nokia Lumia 920 really stands out from the crowd. It�s
> made from a single piece of polycarbonate, which looks and feels
> exceptionally premium, weighing 185g, it is the heaviest phone
> here and may prove too weighty for some.
>
> All the flagships here support 4G, but the iPhone 5 will only work
> on EE�s 4G network, not forthcoming ones from O2 or Vodafone set
> to launch in June this year.
> *
> Screen*
>
> An Apple iPhone 5 REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
>
> With a 5-inch Full HD screen the Samsung Galaxy S4 offers the most
> real estate for movie viewing, with the highest resolution and
> pixels per inch. The Nokia Lumia 920 has a 4.5-inch HD screen and
> the BlackBerry Z10 a 4.2-inch HD screen. The Apple iPhone 5 has
> the smallest screen at 4-inches and is the only one without a HD
> resolution but you�d be hard pressed to tell with its 326ppi.
>
> Numbers aside what really differentiates the screens is the
> technology used. The S4 is the only one with a Super AMOLED
> screen, which means it will have deeper blacks and vibrant, more
> saturated colours, making it a good choice for movies. The other
> three phones use LCD technology, resulting in purer whites and
> more natural colours, which is typically a good choice for browsing.
>
> Apple, BlackBerry and Nokia use their own technology and side by
> side results are very different. Nokia�s PureView Motion+ has a
> 60Hz refresh rate reducing blur, visibility is good outdoors and
> the touchscreen even works with gloves. Apple�s iPhone 5 Retina
> display is a good all-rounder with higher saturation and contrast
> than previous iPhones. Finally the BlackBerry Z10�s LCD screen is
> very sharp, but brightness and contrast aren�t as good as the
> iPhone 5.
>
> *Storage *
>
> BlackBerry Z10
>
> The Samsung Galaxy S4 and Apple iPhone 5 come in 16GB, 32GB and
> 64GB versions. The Galaxy offers the option of expansion using a
> microSD card. The BlackBerry Z10 also offers a card slot, but has
> just 16GB storage and the Nokia Lumia 920 offers double the
> storage, but no card slot. For the majority of people 16GB of
> storage will be enough, but if you download lots of games, record
> HD movies and have a vast music library, you�ll need more storage
> or at least a memory card.
>
> *Operating system*
>
> A Nokia Lumia smartphone REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
>
> The Galaxy S4 launches with Android Jelly Bean 4.2 overlayed with
> Samsung�s own skin called TouchWiz, offering a wealth of
> customisation options that some may find a little complex.
> Samsung�s added some outstanding features such as Picture In
> Picture, Air Gestures and Group Play, and the Google Play Store
> offers over 800,000 apps.
>
> In iOS on the iPhone 5 apps and features are in regimented rows,
> it�s intuitive to use and the most user-friendly, but feels a
> little dated, lacking features like live widgets, although iCloud
> provides simple cloud backups and there�s the voice-assistant
> Siri. The iOS App Store offers a huge choice of over 800,000 apps too.
>
> BlackBerry 10 is the newest operating system and uses BlackBerry
> Flow navigation. Instead of a homescreen or buttons, move around
> the phone using gestures. Such a new system takes time to become
> familiar with and it�s not as flexible as Android or Windows
> Phone, but with BlackBerry Hub to keep an eye on messages and the
> best native keyboard, it�s a great choice for business and
> communication.
>
> Windows Phone 8 on the Lumia 920 has tiles that snake down the
> screen vertically, some of which update live. Customisation
> options can�t match Android, but it�s the wealth of extra features
> that really stand out. SmartGlass is for controlling an XBox, Here
> Maps is a fully functioning sat nav and SkyDrive provides cloud
> backups.
>
> *Camera*
>
>
> With a 13-megapixel camera the Galaxy S4 offers the highest
> megapixel rating of the flagships and Samsung has equipped it with
> interesting new features like Dual Shot, which takes pictures
> using the front and rear cameras simultaneously. We�ve not had a
> chance to try out the Galaxy S4�s camera, but more pixels doesn�t
> necessarily mean better photos, it�s the sensor, lens and
> in-camera technology that determine the quality of the photo, so
> it will be interesting to see how it compares.
>
> Due to a combination of PureView technology and Carl Zeiss optics
> the Lumia 920 performs very well in low light without a flash and
> comes with some useful Nokia �lenses� adding extra features.
>
> The iPhone 5�s 8-megapixel camera is a good all-rounder,
> consistently scoring well in cameraphone shoot-outs, but very
> basic features mean to get the best from it, you�ll need to
> download an app like Camera FX.
>
> BlackBerry isn�t known for its camera prowess and the Z10�s
> 8-megapixel camera is good rather than outstanding, but the cool
> Time Shift mode lets you select an individual frame to pose your
> subjects just how you�d want.
>
> *Verdict*
>
> Android, iOS, BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8 all offer very
> different user experiences - typically if you�ve invested in one
> by buying apps, you may not want to spend money on another. If
> you�re buying your first smartphone it�s definitely worth trying
> them out to see what you prefer.
>
> On paper the Galaxy S4 is certainly appealing - it has a powerful
> processor, generous screen and some interesting new features, some
> useful and some gimmicky. Some will wish Samsung had tweaked the
> design, but (like Apple with the iPhone 4 and 4S), the company
> decided to stick to its guns. We�re expecting new flagship phones
> from Apple and Nokia later this year, so it will be really
> interesting if they try and match the S4�s hardware, or instead
> decide to focus on camera and interface improvements.
>
> Developed to redefine the way we live, the GALAXY S 4 makes every
> moment of our life meaningful. It understands the value of
> relationships, enables true connections with friends and family,
> and believes in the importance of effortless experience.
>
>
>

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