Well guys, it has been so many months since we last reviewed the different Android powered phones from Cherry Mobile. Now, we will do it again. As you all know, the phone that I am about to... Read more
Zenfone 5 is undeniably the phone to beat especially when it comes to value for money. It has everything you need, which are normally found in high-end premium smartphones, without spending too much. It's made by Asus, a brand known for quality and customer service excellence. This is the phone that I'll never get tired recommending to people who have very tight budget.
Kitsound Boom Evolution is simply one of the best loudspeakers I've ever tested. It has unparalleled sound quality in a minimalist but highly functional package. The sounds fired from 2.1 drivers are accurate and with near-perfect tonal balance. This is something that your neighbors would really want to have when they get the chance to hear your music from the speakers. At PhP 14,990, Boomsound Evo is obviously at the mid-tier premium loudspeakers category. It may be pricey, but its quality make it totally bang for your buck.
The Cherry Mobile Superion Vector has a firm and hefty appearance. In addition to this, quad-core processor defines its power, making it capable to run up-to-date applications. Despite having 1 GB of RAM and Mali-400 GPU, the Superion Vector surprisingly operates amazingly fast compared to other phablets by Cherry Mobile. It is now available to all Cherry Mobile outlets and you can purchase this bad boy for just 5,999 pesos only!
The Cherry Mobile Equinox Night's strength is found in may facets - looks awesome, great display, powerful innards and relatively good camera. The device sometimes suffers from performance hiccups, but such is something that can easily be "forgiven". It's cool to be in your pocket to occasionally enliven boring parties and sleep afternoons. It has great battery life too!
O+ Air has lots of good things up its sleeve. Admittedly, my expectation on the device's performance was high because of its celebrated hardware feature - octa core processor. But the disappointment I felt was minute compared to the overall satisfaction I had. At last, there's is now an O+ product, which in my opinion is robust and awesome to be your primary smartphone. Battery may be an issue, which might make you a wall-hugger (just like iPhone users), but it's nothing compared to the many features you can get out of it. It's a tad expensive compared to Omega Infinity and Cosmos Z2, but it sure is a lot thinner, lighter and somewhat faster.