Ever since Flare was announced, Cherry Mobile seemed to have been an unstoppable force, as it has continuously released affordable phones for the Mass. Speaking of Cherry Mobile Flare, it was the most affordable Dual-Core Android phone last November 2012 at P4,000. Less than a year later, Cherry Mobile Released a relatively late sibling with a cheaper price tag in the form of Cherry Mobile Amber.
Yet another phone from Cherry Mobile is on its way. For only Php4,499, the Cherry Mobile Flare S is one of the cheapest smartphone to arrive with a quad-core processor.
More leaks of new Cherry Mobile smartphones just keep on coming. And that’s obviously good news, knowing that there’s more affordable devices on their way. For an affordable handset with LTE connectivity and powered by a Snapdragon processor, check out the Cherry Mobile W900 LTE.
If you’re looking for a quad core phablet but can’t afford anything more than Php6k, you might want to wait for Cherry Mobile’s upcoming batch of phones. Fresh after the local phone brand announced a couple of 3G-enabled Superion tablets, a leaked image of one of their flyers started circulating the Facebook user groups revealing three new upcoming phones.
Fresh after the Omega HD 2X got leaked on Facebook, it appears that another Cherry Mobile phone has popped up on our radar. It appears that another image of the same flyer that got leaked shows even more yet-to-be-released phones. One of them is the Cherry Mobile Titan 2.0, which based on the naming scheme is a follow up to the immensely popular Titan of last year.
Another Cherry Mobile android phone named as Cherry Mobile Omega HD 2X was leaked a few minutes ago. This poster was spotted in a “mall” by a Facebook user Mac mac and was shared on the FB Omega HD 2.0 group.
Not too long ago, Gionee launched their flagship phone, the Gionee Elife E6 (read our review here). However, it’s not only the flagship phone that they introduced here in the Philippines. They’ve also introduced the entry level Gionee Pioneer P6. Understandably, it has much more modest specs than that of the Elife E6.
Cherry Mobile has recently unveiled two new additions to its Superion of text- and call-capable series of tablets. Priced Php1,000 less than its bigger brother, the new Cherry Mobile Superion Discover touts a 7-inch display, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, and 3G connectivity for only Php3,999.
Cherry Mobile will soon be revealing everything about its Superion series of tablets. The bigger of the two, the new Cherry Mobile Superion Voyager is an 8-inch slate with XGA resolution, 3G connectivity, and a dual-core processor for only Php4,999.
HTC have just announced the biggest brother in the One Family (the other members being the original HTC One and HTC One Mini), the HTC One Max . Being the big brother, it comes with a gargantuan 5.9″ display, making it the family’s phablet contender. Much of the specs, however, is borrowed from HTC One.
An Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update is now available to download for all geeky Galaxy S4 users. The roadmap which was leaked late last month was true after all, as a leaked test firmware can now be installed on certain S4 variants.
A new ROM was featured over at XDA’s site a couple of days ago. Called the Omni ROM, it promises to correct the “mistakes” of other custom ROM. Personally, though, I find most of these jabs are against the wildly popular CyanogenMod ROM.
A couple of days ago, Gionee launched their latest and greatest flagship phone in the country, promising to deliver stronger performance and increased user friendliness to exceed the needs of smartphone users.
I see these drop tests as necessary evil. On one hand, it’s heartbreaking to see such an awesome phone bite the dust. But then again, the scenario of these kinds of tests fall under the “things likely to happen” category. So it’s good to know how well or badly the phone will fare.