I heard through the grapevine (and I could be wrong)… that the target date for the my|phone A919 release is… (drum-roll here)… on the first week of December 2012.
Take this with a grain of salt. As gadget releases go, these babies could be nudged a bit later or earlier. Who knows, right? We’ll soon find out.
Many have been requesting that I post a few images captured using the MyPhone A898 Duo Android smartphone. A lot are curious to see how well these affordable gadgets perform in a real environment. Don’t worry… as always, I’ve got you covered.
Here are a few pics shot using the MyPhone A898 Duo and its 5MP camera. Pretty impressive if you ask me.
Hold your hats folks… Many have been asking about the MyPhone A919. Yes… it’s real and it’s coming. Specs? Don’t worry… I’ll have it soon. And you, my dear readers, will know all about it first. Stay tuned.
Just saw a review of the Lenovo P700i. It runs on Android ICS (4.0) and a Dual Core processor. The model’s cost is pegged at Php 10,999.00. Not bad. But for practically the same specs and performance, the upcoming MyPhone A898, with its absolutely affordable price, will still be a way better deal.
I’ve been getting tons of questions about the recently released MyPhone Android-powered unit – The A878 Duo.
Because of the recently released A878 Duo, people have been leaving plenty of comments asking if I made a mistake regarding the information I posted about the MyPhone A898. Many have been wondering if I was actually referring to the A878 Duo… or if MyPhone decided last-minute to rename the A898 to the A878 instead.
My answer – NO.
The MyPhone A878 Duo is a completely different model. The MyPhone A898 exists and the specs I posted of it are accurate. For one, the A878 Duo has no 3G capability while the A898 supports it.
To help clear out the confusion and to shed light on some of your questions, here are the full specs of the MyPhone A878 Duo.
So many speculations have been going around ever since I released the sneak peek of the my|phone A898 a couple of posts ago. Many have been asking about screen size, battery, processor, etc.
Wonder no more because below are the full specs of the my|phone A898 for everyone to feast on.
For those asking if this phone has 3G, the answer is YES. “UMTS” is 3G.
What do you think? Leave your comments and questions below. Cheers!
For those asking… This is NOT the MyPhone A878. Check the specs of the A898 above and compare it to the specs of the A878. They are different.
You’ll be VERY surprised by how much the regular market price of the MyPhone A898 will be when it comes out. Pleasantly surprised.
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Update 1: The #chuckiegiveaway
Yup. This is probably one of the most awaited regular events on this site (and on Twitter). I am currently cooking up another giveaway very soon. I cannot reveal yet what I’ll be giving away next, so make sure to stay tuned.
Update 2: The my|phone A898 specs
Many of you guys have already seen my Exclusive Sneak Peek on the upcoming my|phone A898 prototype unit. Many have been asking when this unit will be released and how much it would cost. The my|phone A898 will be released very soon. How soon? Sooner than you think. That’s as much as I could reveal for now. As for the cost… I am not allowed to disclose the price of the A898 yet. All I can say is that this gorgeous Pinoy-made smartphone will be very affordable. Very. I promise to post an in-depth review of the A898 as soon as it’s available. Specs of the phone will likewise be shared with you as soon as they’re ready. Remember, I was playing with a prototype… the finalized model which will be released to the market could even be an improved version of it.
Update 3: Upcoming teleserye!
I will be posting more about this in the coming days so stay tuned.
There you have it, everyone… more to come. Wanna be the first to know when additional information are revealed? Simple. Come back regularly – follow me on Twitter and LIKE my Facebook page (If you haven’t done so yet). Cheers!