The first octa-core smartphone by MyPhone that we just leaked a few hours back has been finally designated as an official device at a company event. The new MyPhone Infinity is a specs beast, boasting a MediaTek CPU, 5-inch Full HD display, and 16-megapixel rear camera.

Its complete name being the MyPhone Agua Infinity, this 5-inch device bears resemblance to the Micromax Canvas Knight A350. But as our previous leak source has pointed out, the former isn’t a rebranded version of the latter. They even have minor differences in outward appearance. They do, however, come from the same phone maker Tinno Mobile.

With an octa-core processor and a Mali 450MP GPU running under the hood, the device is able to reach Antutu scores above 26,000, narrowly beating the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 2. Naturally, a high benchmarking score doesn’t necessarily translate to smooth performance in actual usage, but we’re hopeful. We’ll get right back to this once we publish our official review of the MyPhone Infinity.

MyPhone Infinity Specs

  • Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
  • 5-inch IPS LCD (1080×1920 Full HD), ~441ppi
  • 1.7GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6592 processor
  • Mali 450MP GPU
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB internal storage
  • No microSD support
  • 16-megapixel main camera, with autofocus and LED flash
  • 5-megapixel front camera
  • Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, GPS
  • Profile thickness: 7.3mm

Note that these specs may change when MyPhone Infinity arrives in retail stores. We’ve no info on battery capacity for now, but we hope it’s able to keep the device running for hours. Both it and the back cover are non-removable. As further shown in the photo gallery above, the MyPhone Infinity has a flip cover as part of its accessories. Whether that will be provided out of the box or be sold separately remains to be seen.

Price hasn’t been revealed for the MyPhone Infinity, but it’s expected to be similar to what other local octa-core smartphones cost—the Cherry Mobile Cosmos Z2 sells for Php12,999, while the Starmobile Diamond X1 is more expensive at Php13,990. Now in production, expect the device to arrive in MyPhone stores, kiosks, and accredited dealers nationwide in the coming weeks.

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  1. thumbs up ako to u phil007, samsung been nothing..palaging log at naghahang ang fun…much appreciate higher gb is the internal rather than inserting sd card into another much expensive to buy..mahal kya ng 8gb how much more the 16gb..what important is nkakasurf,nkakatxt nkakatawag and nkaka lng nmn imprt…

    1. lol it seems hindi ka nag basa ng maigi, ang nka sulat ay ” narrowly beating the s4 with 26000 antutu” but with proper mod it can easily beat stock s4.. nga nga s4 mo nyan ken

  2. As long as may usb otg ehh ok sakin kahit hindi expandable ung sd d mo naman mapupuno un ng games ehh. Kung mapuno mo man malabong ginagamit mo lahat ng laman nun kung movies man ehh sa usb mo na lng ilagay..

    1. No need for microsd slots as long as you have otg cables. hehe attach na lang sa likod halimbawa external hdd or malaking usb. Velcro tape lang katapat para detachable pa din. :)

  3. mahina yan 2 gig lang ang memory. malakas gumamit yan ng memory kasi 8 core. mag aagawan lang yan ng memory space in short same speed lng yan ng quad core.. hehehehe

    1. Obviously does not know his tech. The size of the memory determines how many processes your device can operate at a given time while your processor determines how many command threads (more cores, more threads handled) are executed by these applications. Research before making such comments.

    2. Hahaha, imbecile 110% di m alam kung ano ung core at ram
      110% imbecile hahaha poor kid, mag basa basa ka nga napag hahalataan n imbecile ka

  4. i hope micro sd support, scratch resistance at 2000 mah above ang battery… if ever na mkasama ito sa spec ng infinity, sure buy na ako d2.. :)

    1. it is gorilla glass 2 iho, gamit ng mga iphone, samsung etc. , kaya scratch resistant ito, research pa po, di uso ang sistemang nganga!

        1. daming ulol deto mag nokia 3220 nalang kau mga hangal! un mga puwit no ang android at utak nyo ULULA-core wahahaha!

          ang hitech n talaga ng mga unggoy ngayon :) dpat my cp n octacore, my laptop, my tab tapos nakaheadset lagi s bus wahaha dati panggatong lang hawak nyo mga unggoy!

          :) wag kau nagmamagaling na kala mo eh ang dami nyong alam!

          my celpon b kaung 1 hexabytes ang internal mem at 5 Zettabyte ang memory card n nakalagay s slot. cge icip mga uggoy n hanga!

          eto ang brand——— Universe Planet phone!


        1. The manufacturer of the model of that phone has two variants – 16Gb and 32GB, both are non-expandable. Wiko and Micromax chose to have the 32GB variant. It’s INR 20,000, equivalent to Php14,500+. Take note that it’s the 32GB variant for Php14,500+ whilst MyPhone chose the 16GB variant to be sold at an unfair price of Php12,000 to Php14,000+.

          1. Thanks for clarifying for these people Phil007. Micromax and MyPhone get this from a 3rd party supplier/manufacturer—the phone is branded differently based on the country/ies the phone is distributed to. I would also agree on your opinion on the pricing should this be the case for this model. :) Again many thanks.

          2. You’re welcome, Research First! Wiko, I believe is a mobile phone brand in one of the countries in Europe. I just can’t remember which country. Whilst Micromax is, as most of us know, an Indian mobile phone brand. Myphone has been selling products at a reasonable price range. However, with that latest finding, they are making big bucks per item they sell. I really find that specific octa-core android handset really on top of notch compared to what other local mobile phone brands are offering. Their 16-megapixel camera are really so much better basing on the make of it. The materials and the design are also comparable to iPhone and Sony. I wish for their plan to change their SRP to a more reasonable price. (Samsung’s design and materials are rubbish. I was a technical support for the UK market. I troubleshoot all handsets of any OS – from BB to iOS to Android to Windows to Symbian and others. Most of the handsets English people are complaining and found to be faulty are Samsung mobile phones. They are really just strategic with and banking more on marketing and I commend them for that.)

            No need to apologize Jay. That’s alright. ;)