The Next Level Of Mobile Internet In Malaysia: HTC EVO 4G And P1 W1MAX

by Ah Yen on April 16th, 2010 | Posted in Stuf | Tags: , , ,

When browsing through Engadget, I stumbled upon their preview of the HTC EVO 4G the predecessor of the HTC HD2. Reading through the review I felt as if it was a dream come true that finally someone had incorporated 4G into a phone  fast enough (read Snapdragon) to utilize all that bandwidth, a screen large enough (4.3″ large) to cope with all those HD details and encased it into a housing sleek enough to stand on level ground with the iPhone! But then again we do not have an extensive coverage of 4G until I finally realized that we do!

HTC EVO 4G + P1 W1MAX?

if only pigs could fly

Enter P1 W1MAX!

Just imagine… HTC EVO 4G brought to you by P1 W1MAX :D All you have to do is sign up for the P1 W1MAX package and you will be able to access your W1MAX connection anywhere within coverage! And with an additional RM50 you can even get voice on your P1 W1MAX network!

Benefits of 4G and an ultra large 4.3″ capacitive touch screen

  • Beat your friends at being the fastest to comment in Facebook!
  • View your friends photos and spot the pimple on their face!
  • Tweet with amazing record breaking speed!

So what are you waiting for? Sign up now and get a limited edition flying pig key chain at your nearest authorized P1 W1MAX reseller!

Haha yeah right! The chance of that happening would be most likely around August this year, IF it happens at all! The market for this product is so niche that we can assume that only the elite would be interested. We’ll just have to wait for 4G to be mainstream in Malaysia (or the world) and perhaps that would be the time Apple releases the iPhone 4GS!

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