The Kata Venus 3 recently had its public unveiling at Kata concept stores in Starmall Edsa and Robinsons Forum, where avid fans got the chance to win the device at a raffle among other giveaways. Pegged as an affordable smartphone with dual-SIM capability, this handset comes with a regular price of Php4,999.

Kata Venus 3 Specs

  • Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
  • 4-inch capacitive touchscreen LCD
  • 1.2GHz dual core MediaTek MT6572 processor
  • 512MB RAM
  • 4GB internal storage
  • microSD support up to 32GB
  • 5-megapixel main camera, with LED flash
  • 1.2-megapixel front camera
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
  • 3G, HSPA+
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • GPS, A-GPS
  • Dimensions: 124.4 x 63.2 x 11mm
  • Weight: 114g
  • 1600mAh battery

Besides the specs listed above, the Kata Venus 3 also features Wi-Fi Direct (for connecting to another wireless device sans using an access point) and Wi-Fi Hotspot (to share the device’s Internet connection). The camera comes with several modes, including HDR, smile shot, and panorama. The handset’s dual-SIM capability also has dual standby.

Preinstalled software include the Fish Market, Fish Tune, and an MP3/MP3 player. Stereo FM radio is also available. To makes things even more interesting, every purchase of the Kata Venus 3 entitles a 50% discount on accessories, such as pouches and cases.

Now available nationwide, the Kata Venus 3 can be ordered online at the company’s official website—with free delivery! As part of its launch, this smartphone had its price slashed from Php4,999 down to just Php3,999. But for those who missed the opportunity, Kata will be having a Christmas giveaway on Facebook, with the handset and the FishTab 3 among the prizes to be had.

For a more capable smartphone, check out the Kata i2.



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  1. my phone is almost 3weeks in their SC for the 6th time and they don’t want to replace my unit even though they can’t figure out the problem. Stay away from their products. We have warned you guys, stay away from them.

  2. That’s odd, I’m satisified thou with my fishtab 3, since I use it as an alternative to my PC. I carry it along with me whenever I ahve a meeting. Meanwhile, this new phone looks gorgeous. I’m thinking of buying it.

  3. I bought this yesterday and I can say that it’s exactly what I needed. It’s solid yet very convenient to handle. I’m planning to purchase it as a giveaway this Christmas.

  4. This unit probably the same as their worthless Fishtab 3 for which they claimed could expand it’s internal memory… i complained about my fishy Fishtab3’s internal memory and the after salespeople only reply was, “they will forward my concern to the manufacturer”… chicha is right, very poor after sales support…

  5. I think for its price na 4k, worth it xa Kung malinaw ang camera and at d same time may autofocus + no bug touch unlike cm life, amber, rain 3g