I got hit by the numbers in a probability event that causes me a great deal of financial loss. It’s time to take a step ahead in gadgetry that is shifting from feature phone to smartphone. iPhone? Sorry, can’t afford that. It’s quite overpriced compared to the other alternatives, I know why and I don’t want to point that out.
Android comes with a lot of UI derivatives due to the manufacturers’ decision. So far, the best UI goes to Samsung with it’s Touchwiz interface. First, I purchased the Galaxy Mini, the most affordable of the Droids.
Then, it had a mystical, unsolvable defect on the display. Warranty? I’ve sent to the Service Center TWICE. Nothing solved.
After that, I traded it with Galaxy Ace. It’s a bit expensive but it was worth it. Well then, better luck next time.
The best part is, it’s loaded with the latest 2.3 Gingerbread Android OS. Gratefully, the update from 2.2 to 2.3 made the video capture quality greatly increased, from QVIF (174×144 15 FPS) to VGA (640×480 40FPS)
Yesterday, 12 May 2011 my L7i has reached 4 years. Bought in 12 May 2007. Now, it’s not functioning anymore…
When I press the power button, the screen goes black after the splash screen
This phone has come to an end. It’s been an honor using you as a communication device. Thank you for service. R.I.P
Luckily, thanks to Abg Zeed, He let me use his Motorola RAZR2 V9
Really thin phone. On first thought, I can’t believe technology can manufacture this phone.
BTW, I spend half a day photographing and editing this pictures and this blog post. Fuhh…
Looked after Proton Wira for a while, at Mun Lee Auto. Change the engine from 4G15 to 4G91.
Taken from Mitsubishi Lancer half-cut, to the existing Proton Wira.
Changing the dashboard
They stuff the old dashboard and engine component here….
And the point is, these photos were captured by my 3-years-old Motorola SLVR L7i. Not bad for a 1-megapixel camera phone eh?