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ALoud Asia Vol #2 with HTC Evo 3D

by melmonica on October 1st, 2011

Welcome to my 3rd concert post with HTC Evo 3D.

I think Aloud Asia is the only concert where we get to bring DSLR in wtf.

But still, I brought my EVO baby so that I can tweet on the go.

Hmm, please ignore Kian Fai‘s comment that only 4 people were using #aloudasia2 hashtag that’s cuz the MC, Sasi the Don didn’t get people to use the hash tag when they tweet.

First performance was newcomer, Eliza Thomas.

I love how with HTC Evo 3D, you don’t need to do any fancy adjustment or use filter to make pictures artsy. It captures real life moment yet make it look artsy fartsy. Totally love the flare which makes the surrounding artistic.

I’m not sure if it’s the concert light setting or HTC Evo 3D that dramatize my picture. You can totally capture  and share with your friends online on the spot because HTC phone were made to accommodate your lifestyle.

I know sometimes you just want to shout it out to the world on what you’ve just saw. Like when Estranged played Itu Kamu, I almost cried with joy. I’ve been waiting for that song and I even tweeted them (before the concert) asking if they will perform that song or not.

See… how convenient it is using a HTC smartphone. This solid baby runs on 1.2Ghz duo core to drive Android OS 2.3 Gingerbread seamlessly. Your favourite apps are within a touch. Thus this makes real-time updates that much more timely.

Honestly, once you use HTC phone (especially the superfly Evo 3D) you’ll never look back. I am a hardcore Samsung user. Been using it since the day I got my cell phone. Ask anyone that I know, they will tell you that I heart Samsung to the max that I can be their brand ambassador wtf.

And now… thanks to Digi and Nuffnang – I have the opportunity to use the baby for 14 days and honestly laa… it is so user friendly that I switched my love in just 24 hours. I can never truthfully say that I heart Samsung that much anymore (so bad right… feels like I’m cheating on Samsung wtf) but what to do. When it comes to technology, you adapt to the best. HTC Evo 3D is made to suit my lifestyle – it takes my virtual social life to the next level (my Foursquare points shot up to 700+ cos I’m competitive like that wtf).

Working in a digital agency, I find it difficult to work with not having a smartphone. There are tonnes of apps to download in Marketplace and one of the first few that I got was QR code scanner. That was for work purposes and now that I learnt why brands jump into the QR code bandwagon.

I know how I sidetracked to another topic (was supposed to stick to Aloud Asia 2) but I just can’t deny how this HTC Evo 3D has changed the way I use my phone.

I also realized that being a blogger, 2 essential items to have:-

1. A DSLR for that picture perfect moment (or a good quality compact camera)

2. A smartphone to tweet/ check-in to event whereabouts because you’re so fantastic and happening wtf sorry that’s the bimbo in me talking

In the tech world, I don’t think that brand loyalty exist anymore (sigh). It all depends on the product that you produce. And HTC just keeps innovating themselves. (now this is the marketer in me speaking) I’m really proud that HTC has created such an intelligent device that understands us, human. Now I understand why its tagline is called – Quietly brilliant. You don’t have to shout much about the specs. Just experience using it and you will be amazed. Even those who damn kao sayang their brand will be quiet once they have the chance to experience the unexpected by HTC Evo 3D.

HTC Evo 3D retail price in Malaysia is RM2,200 (I bundarkan for y’all ok wtf) wallet bleed. Fret not, now you can call this baby your own with DG Smart Plan™ RM48 or RM68 and save up to RM750. For more info, click here.

Note: All pictures are taken with HTC Evo 3D unless stated. No modification, alteration or external color enhancement were done on the pictures (except for filters). What you see is what you get.

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