Even if you can only shell out only a few thousand pesos for a new smartphone, Cherry Mobile still has a lot to offer. Here are your choices for Cherry Mobile smartphones under Php3,000.

We’ve previously covered the cheapest three—the Onyx, Ace, and Snap—so let’s start with the Cherry Mobile Bubble. At Php1,699, this is your most affordable CM phone with a front camera. But if a TV tuner is what you’re after, then take a gander at the equally priced Cherry Mobile Spark TV. For Php1,899, the Garnet is notable for three things: it’s second only to the Onyx as the cheapest CM gem smartphone, the cheapest to come preloaded with Jelly Bean 4.2, and also the cheapest to come equipped with a dual core processor.

Cherry Mobile Topaz, Amethyst, Snap 2.0

Available smartphones over the Php2,000 mark start with the Cherry Mobile Topaz, Amethyst, and Snap 2.0. All three are dual core smartphones with a 3.5-inch capacitive screen, 2-megapixel rear camera, 2GB of internal storage, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and dual-SIM capability. They also powered by Mali 400 GPU graphics and HSPA+ connectivity. All three have the same SRP of Php2,299.

Cherry Mobile Quartz, Ruby, Emerald

For Php2,499, we have another gem-inspired phone, the Cherry Mobile Quartz. The display diagonally measures 4 inches and the rear camera is boosted to 3-megapixels this time, but almost every other spec remain the same as those of the previous devices. The Quartz is also available in seven color variants.

Finally, the most expensive smartphones under Php3,000 are the Cherry Mobile Life, Ruby, and Emerald—all priced at Php2,899. Though the latter two have unique exteriors, they largely have the same innards. Per the clipped image above, the differentiating traits are the Ruby’s Dual SIM capability and the Emerald’s premium look and feel.

And don’t forget the freebies. For what it’s worth, a cable tie comes bundled for free starting with the Onyx and up to the Amethyst. The Cherry Mobile Snap 2.0, on the other hand, is the only one with a free earphone organizer. Lastly, the Quartz, Ruby, and Emerald let users bring home a free Android key chain.

So, what’s your pick?

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