All these reviews are very technical. Now, let me tell you my overall thought on it!
What is a beauty if you can't connect with others using it? Right? So, as the world know, Android and the HTC Sensation are capable of handling all sorts of text messaging – SMS, MMS, email. Social networking such as Facebook and Twitter is covered by several apps and widgets.
With a brain that surpasses other smartphone and with the heart that bring out the beauty of qHD display to it limit, by now you should understand that this beautiful sensation is not a beauty you can’t cheat upon.
What do you think is the charm behind this beautiful Smartphone which makes it so chic and incredibly irresistible?
The first moment you hold this phone in your hand, immediately your heart will feel like as if you just meet your soul. Although it may seemed that visually it is large, it doesn't feel too big holding it in your hand. The metal cut-outs from the speaker give this beauty a sophisticated look but it doesn’t say that she is unapproachable. The back cover wrap around the edges meet the display edges, so you still get that seamless look and feel. It’s an elegant looking phone, and at 148g there is some heft to it. It measures 126.1 x 65.4 x 11.3mm and with this body you get a 4.3-inch display.
Previously rumored as HTC Pyramid, the phone that was announced on April, 2011 had been officially hatched onto the world on May 2011. This beauty hides a monster inside of her, known as the power-up 1.2 GHz dual-core processor with the new Adreno 220 graphics that runs all the apps like no other smartphone hence the nickname –The SuperSmartphone. Indulge your sense through the monster that resides in this beauty.
Last week was seriously a different one. I had a drastic change into my life. One that changes my perception, and reaction to my surrounding. I'll get to that point later. At first, last week's Monday, I received the two tickets to the Fright Night premiere screening at e@Curve . At first, I was really out of clue and helpless because I didn't who should I ask help for to go to. I had no transport to go there (please don't count my motorcycle as good transportation method, I'd kill you). But, after some stressful hour of thinking I finally managed to convince Mien to take me there. Though I'm not quite proud of myself because it does seemed like he's fidgeting when I asked him to. Alas, what's done is done.
But it was all not for naught as both him and I enjoyed the movie. Fright Night really was awesome though. It was not epic, but an entertaining one at the very least.
Overnight outing. Wow, I haven't done that for a long time already since I was in unisel. I remembered the last time was early this year. Back when I was still going out with the others. Doesn't matter if it was just for movies or hanging out. But it really was a long time ago. The recent night out to catch the premiere screening of Fright Night last Monday (19th September) didn't count as an actual outing because for me it felt like more of an event-going, not an outing. But I would really like to say thanks to Mien for agreeing to become my plus one and take me over to e@Curve in Damansara although it was kind of a bit like a hassle considering the next morning we had classes and we actually had presentations to cover later that afternoon. But I guess it all went well then. Really, seriously, thanks. That was kind of you.
Damn it, this has got to be the fourth time in a row that I never ever thought I'd be going out "beraya" ...........again. Seriously, I wasn't even expecting this shit. I was like....lazing up on my hostel's bed playing game and the sort, and out of nowhere, Mien came in and asked me whether if I wanted to go out on Saturday with him to USJ for a wedding, and again to Bandar Baru Sungai Buaya (SB for short) for his mentor's open house.
It's the second week already. Time really flies! This reminds me that I still got about one week and a half to finish writing my term paper and I still haven't started on my Chapter 2,3,4 & 5. I'm doomed!!!!
Life of a student never really is that much dull. I would say, especially you play an important part of it of course. Like myself, I chose to take up back my post in the class as their treasurer, collecting class fund to photocopy notes and stuff. But it never really was easy. I knew that from experience. Being a treasurer is both fun and also stressful. Collecting money, fun. Not able to collect money, major stress. The problem with it is that sometimes most students are financially not stable and some of them are just simply low on cash. During these periods of time where they lack the greens, I am never able to collect money from them. And there's also the problem of those who pay late, or have difficulty paying. Like my recent task to photocopy the books for the Educational Admin subject, I was actually kind of having some trouble to get them to pay the money fast because they're not in the campus. Some of them are still enjoying their extended weekend (classes are only on Wednesday and Thursday, so they got Monday and Tuesday off), but the problem was that I needed the money first in order to collect the books from shop. Well, at least I'm happy that in the end it all worked out well and I got the money needed for the books.
I'm no Chinese, but I love to see other races and religions celebrate their festivals and the sorts. Particularly Chinese people and Japanese. And with the recent festival drawing upon us, CZL told me that the latest festival that the Chinese celebrates is the lantern festival a.k.a. the Happy Mid Autumn Festival.
When I told you that I had never expected to go out "beraya" so much this year, I wasn't lying. This time around, our trips consists of going to Kajang for Faiz's students instead. However this outing was actually more than just that and actually a coined actions for two tasks.
1) Send books to be photocopy
2) Go "beraya" to Faiz's students' houses
Now, here's something I thought to be quite funny. I never really expected to actually going "beraya" a lot this year's Eid but turns out to be that this year I actually went to a lot more houses than I expected. Just this weekend, I spent both days going to my friends' students' houses to celebrate Eid ul-Fitr.
Final semester is finally here! I know, it's weird because I've already finished my practicum..right? But somehow unisel's management got some wacky problem and because of it, our subject arrangement got a bit twisted here and there and because of that, we still had two subjects left to cover before we can actually finish our study and graduate next year.
The next morning, it was finally time to actually taste the quality of the foods and an actual service provided by the hotel staff. Whether they are friendly, nice, warm, or just plain lazy, rude, or slow.
After that fun and tiring time at the Bukit Gambang Water Park, we finally headed for the Resort. Thankfully, our uncle had already prepared everything, so all we needed to do was just go to the rooms. He told us to locate the S2 Block, and go to the third floor, and find the room numbered 12.
3rd Floor? Oh my god. And we were already tired from all those swimming...
On the 4th day of Raya this year, my family went to an outing to Gambang to its Bukit Gambang Resort City which is located somewhere in the middle of nowhere. Jokes aside, it is that kind of place. Yes, follow the signboards to get there but you'll understand my phrase of somewhere in the middle of nowhere once you get there.
In all of my years lie awake (grown up), or in other way of thinking is that since I can remember, my mother's family have little or less family gatherings. Although these past few years, they've been trying but nothing came out perfectly like they wanted. Just like this recent gathering/outing my uncle organized. Okay, I wouldn't say it as if it is a total failure but it's not what we kind of expected.
If you've read on my previous post on Kisah Raya Kedua 2011, then you'd remember that I mentioned somewhere in the last paragraph that Asyhraf had called me to accompany him to go and 'beraya' to Yana's house in Putrajaya, right? Now, this post existed solely thanks to him because if it weren't for him, I wouldn't be able to go and visit some of my friends' house during the Eid holiday.
What do normal Malays do when the second day of Eid arrives? Going around visiting relatives near and far, to bond, and to cherish life together, and but of course, catching up on gossips. But me? This year, I went back to Unisel to unpack my stuff at the hostel and arrange my room. Sucks, right?
Kind of a sucky thing to be updating a post on Eid when it had already past for five days already...right? But still, here I am, would like to wish you all a Happy Eid ul-Fitr 2011, y'all....
Enjoy these photos~
I've organized an "open class" event in Unisel later on next week to celebrate Eid ul-Fitr with my classmates for it's going to be our last one and it is best if we could get together. So, I've told them that they must each bring cookies or dishes there and not come empty-handed. For my part, I decided to make a Sarang Semut cookie, suggestion from my auntie.
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