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Best price for CameronSino HDE200SL in Malaysia is RM 82.00

You can buy the CameronSino HDE200SL at the lowest price of RM 82.00 from Youbeli which is 6% cheaper than the CameronSino HDE200SL that is sold by Lazada at the price of RM 86.90.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:40.

Specs of CameronSino HDE200SL

Google Nexus One Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelGoogle Nexus One
DateJan 2010
Processor frequency1 GHz
Display diagonal9.4 cm (3.7")
Display resolution800 x 480 pixels
Display typeAMOLED
Weight & dimensions
Weight130 g
Width59.8 mm
Depth11.5 mm
Height119 mm
2G standardsEDGE,GPRS
Data network3G,wcdma
Bluetooth version2.1+EDR
Position location
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)
GPS (satellite)
Auto focus
Built-in flash
Digital zoom2x
Video capture resolution (max)720 x 480 pixels
Built-in camera
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery capacity1400 mAh
Talk time (2G)10 h
Standby time (2G)290 h
Continuous audio playback time20 h
Continuous video playback time7 h
Browsing time5 h
Form factorBar
Colour of productBlack, Silver
FM radio
Audio formats supportedMP3
Image formats supportedBMP,GIF,PNG

Reviews of CameronSino HDE200SL
Reviewed on 2010-04-22
Looks trendy; fast; nice display; great camera; lots of free apps available.
Soft ringing volume; narrow virtual keyboard layout; pricey and not yet ­available here.
ONE thing’s for sure, having Google’s Nexus One around will surely make you stand out from the crowd for the simple reason that the device is not yet ­available here... officially at least. What’s really special about this particular smartphone model...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-20
Looks trendy; fast; nice display; great camera; lots of free apps available.
Soft ringing volume; narrow virtual keyboard layout; pricey and not yet ­available here.
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Reviewed on 2017-02-03
Google has always been on the forefront of innovation and R&D. From a mere search engine to a multi-billion dollar empire, Google has always found ways to provide the users the most effective way to stay connected online and use services for free which ar...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-01
I get inspiration to write from the strangest places. It can be a conversation, an observation or just music. I say it’s from the strangest places because the inspiration doesn’t result in a painting or a photograph, it ends up in the structure or bod...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-01
Beautiful LED screen (high resolution to date), Responsive touch screen, Fast processing speed, Impressive Android 2.1 applications, Easy email access powered by Google, Easy to check messages, Smooth and fast loading of applications, Instant messaging runs in the background, 5megapixel camera with flash and zoom capability, 3G capable, Builtin Google Voice wherein you can access voice mail from...
Tough if you don’t use Google resources, Trackball doesn’t change colors, Ringtone selection is horrible, Battery life is okay, but you have to charge it every night from moderate use, Flexes between 3G and EDGE, depending on your location, Touch screen washes out in an intense light, Uncomfortable use of bottom row of icon keys, VoIP incapable...
HTC Nexus One by Google has been predicted as the only gadget that can possibly outshine the facets that Apple’s Iphone has. The Nexus One is what techies call a super hyped Android phone for the simple reasons that it is both a hardware and software. ...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-06
It's now been 60 days since I made the transition from a loyal BlackBerry user (I had been using BlackBerry devices exclusively for the past five years) to a Nexus One user. Since I'd grown quite accustomed to the BlackBerry keyboard, I thought it'd on...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-26
We don't take much time here on Gadling to review mobile phones - and rightfully so, as there are plenty of other sites that do a much better job than we can pull off. Still, there is something to be said about a phone review that has a strong focus on...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-14
The Nexus One, Google's flagship phone is an amazing one just as long as you don't look at it's sales. It is a super fast smartphone running the latest version of Google's Android operating system. The phone is aimed at pretty well everybody. The Nexu...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-10
As the mobile device market grows, so does the number of users who use smartphones to search and access Internet. They’ve been using Windows Mobile or Symbian platforms for that most of the time in recent years, and even iPhone since not that long ago....
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Reviewed on 2010-04-08
Luxurious screen, superfast processor, cool extra features
Virtual buttons that take pixelperfect presses to work
Google came up with the great and swiftly evolving mobile operating system that is Android. When the company decided to create its debut own-brand handset, it wisely brought HTC on board to build it. The result is a glorious piece of hardware with the mos...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-01
I have had this phone for a few weeks now and it is by far one of the best smartphones I have ever had! I am usually a blackberry person myself but the Nexus One incorporates business and pleasure into one sleek device that fits well in the palm of you...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-31
For an old guy like me, switching to a new mobile OS is not an easy task. You need to get used to new things, learn the right tweaks and find the best apps that will upgrade and polish your smartphone. In the last 2 years I switched from Windows Mobil...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-31
Thumbs Up:Gorgeous display; fast processor; speaker-independent voice commands; solid performance.Thumbs Down:Unable to sync with Outlook Calendar sync and no support for hands-free dialing; average music player.Inside the Trunk:Technology: WCDMA (UMTS...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-26
Officially released a week ago for AT&T and Rogers subscribers, the unlocked and loaded release of Google's Nexus One ushers in a new distribution model for smartphones, one where the manufacturer (in this case, Google) sells unlocked phones directly f...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-16
Great OLED screen; replaceable battery; good call quality; infinitely customizable.
Keyboard wigs out; weird softkey placement; Android Marketplace sucks; TMobile.
Like all Google products, it's still a bit beta On paper, Google’s new Nexus One is the smartphone to beat. It’s got a gorgeous screen, a svelte formfactor, and the hottest phone operating system on the planet, Android 2.1. Unfortunately, just like the...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-07
Fast processor, Nice display, Customization
Touchscreen not accurate, 3rd party apps not as polished, Only 512mb app storage, Battery life low
Now I know how the Bachelor and Bachelorette feel because I’m in love with two… smartphones. I’ve been using an iPhone on and off (on since last July when I purchased the 3GS) since it was originally released and our relationship has been sort of love ...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-25
Android software update makes it easier to navigate UI. Hardware feels light and solid in our hands.
Voice recognition still gives somewhat wonky results. Navigation buttons too close to touchscreen. Android Market is still a mess. Notification reading is still a multipleswipe process. Trackball is imprecise.
Google's first smartphone tries to give the iPhone a run for its money. Hot on the heels of the Motorola Droid release, Google entered the mobile-phone market full-bore with its HTC-built Nexus One. Sporting the Android 2.1 OS, the first official Googl...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-19
The HTC Nexus One for T-Mobile is a smartphone that runs on the Google Android 2.1 operating system. It provides a solid overall feature set along with fast processing performance. Keep reading to find out if it is the right phone for you.The HTC Nexus...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-18
Multi-touch, specifically pinch to zoom, has been one of the few/many (depending on how you look at it) things that was left out of almost all Android devices. Shortly after the launch of the Nexus One, Google (NSDQ: GOOG) turned on the switch to thi...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-11
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