Need an affordable 3G-enabled Android smartphone? The Torque Droidz Inspire is now available for just Php2,499.
Torque has unveiled one of its cheapest Android smartphones yet. The new Torque Droidz Trend is a KitKat-upgradeable handset for just Php2,099.
We’re halfway through the year and just about every local phone brand has launched their respective flagship octa-core offering. Curiously enough, Torque doesn’t yet have one on the market, but that should change pretty soon now that we’ve learned of their upcoming Torque Droidz Marvel FHD.
It’s been a while since we’ve covered a local tablet, so here’s one that’s on our radar right now: the Torque Droidz Mini Q. For Php7,699, it’s a 7.85-inch Android slate with a quad-core processor and 3G connectivity.
It didn’t take long before Torque released another Android smartphone for the masses. The new Torque Droidz Play 3G is an entry-level handset that sports a 3.5-inch display and dual-core processor for Php2,999.
Torque has announced its latest smartphone thru Facebook. Equipped with a quad-core processor, the Torque Droidz Life is a dual-SIM device with 18MP rear camera and 5.5-inch IPS display for Php8,499.
We’ve seen the SKK Mobile Mirage S1‘s appearance heavily borrowing from the HTC One. This time around, we have Torque taking a leaf out of Apple’s tablet design book. This local company’s new Torque Droidz Mini D takes the guise of an iPad mini, but offers lower hardware specs for its price of Php5,699.
Torque recently unveiled an affordable smartphone thru Facebook. Known as the Torque Droid Blast X, this smartphone is now available nationwide and can be had for only Php3,299.
Torque recently unveiled an interesting quad core phablet priced at just Php7,999. The Torque Droidz Motion features a 5 inch qHD IPS display with a 1.2 GHz quad core MediaTek MT6589 processor, 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage. That 512MB RAM might be a disappointment, but it supposedly has RAM-saving technology to make up for this deficiency.
Torque just announced their own quad-core smartphone, the Torque Droidz Quad. It will be cheapest quad-core android phone in the PH market if it will be released immediately. We all know Torque launched their devices last December, but they didn’t quite made it in time.
Torque finally woke up from their long sleep as they finally unveiled two new affordable android phones. But, it’s somehow disappointing as they didn’t managed to take a crack at the mid-range level of other local android phones. Well, their price justifies the performance so we can’t really complain.
It’s better late than never – that best describes Torque’s launch of their new set of Droidz Series. It’s almost halfway in December but this is the first time that we’ve heard about their new line-up. Unfortunately, we will not see them before the end of the year as they are all scheduled for a 2013 release.
Even though we haven’t heard much about Torque lately, they finally decided to join the holiday fun by putting the Torque Droidz Flash on sale. They slashed a total of Php1,300 from the original price of Php4,999. But is that price a great deal? Check out some of the features of the Torque Droid Flash below.
The new Android phone from Torque was finally released. Torque Droidz Mate, as announced last December, is Torque’s follow-up to their Droidz series. It has enhanced hardware and specifications to cater the growing needs of people who uses android phones. Unlike the older Torque android phones, this new offering will eventually let you experience a better gaming and User Interface responsiveness because of its good enough specs and capacitive touchscreen which fits today’s standards. Plus, it sports the usual Dual Sim/Dual Standby capability of their smartphone which lets you to have two networks always on at the same time.