Thursday, February 19, 2015

Smart's First Android One: Cherry Mobile One

Google launched today the Android One. We (the Philippines) are the 6th country to get Android One, after India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia. Their goal is to help bring the power of the internet to millions of other Filipinos as this will unleash their potential and open up opportunities for them.

Basically, Android One is a line of really affordable smartphones which doesn't lack the power to perform well. In India, some Android One units are still using Android 4.4.4 Kitkat while those launched in the Philippines uses Android 5.1 Lollipop (minimum). The first two launched today is the MyPhone Uno and the Cherry Mobile One.

The phone is basically an affordable feature packed smartphone that is dual-SIM capable, has FM Radio, front and rear cameras, 8GB ROM, 1GB RAM and more. More on the specs below:
OS: Android Lollipop 5.0
CPU: 1.3 GHz Quad Core
Screen: 4.5" Capacitive Touch Screen

Main Camera: 5MP
Front Camera: 2MP
SIM: Dual Micro SIM
Battery: 1780mAh


This phone is free on Smart Plan 499. It has:
1.5GB mobile internet
200 MB allocated for app downloads/updates via Play Store (first 6 mos. upon activation)
100 MB allocated for Android OS updates (first 6 mos. upon activation)
100 Consumable

Visit www.smart.com.ph/androidone for more details

Cheftonio
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1 comments:

anti_kimchi said...

Great. Slow down the internet by stupid people. It's not your culture. Stick to fish heads and rice.. Nice grouping of countries. Are you proud? And you need a proof reader.. Redundant statement in the first line. Stupid..