itel A50 Arrives in PH for PHP 3,199

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itel has unveiled the itel A50, a budget-friendly smartphone designed to cater to the needs of students and budget-conscious consumers. Priced at PHP 3,199, the A50 offers exceptional value for money, combining impressive hardware specifications with a sleek design.

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The itel A50 packs a T603 octa-core LTE chipset, ensuring smooth multitasking and seamless performance. With a generous 128GB + 8GB RAM configuration, students can store ample study materials, multimedia files, and apps without worrying about running out of storage space.

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The itel A50 boasts a 6.6-inch HD+ display with a dynamic bar, providing an immersive viewing experience for online classes, educational videos, and multimedia content. There’s also an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front-facing camera. The device houses a 5,000mAh battery that charges via a USB-C port.

Security is a top priority with the itel A50, as it comes equipped with a secure fingerprint sensor and Face ID based on unique facial metrics. These features ensure that students’ data and personal information remain safe and protected.

The itel A50 is now available at authorized retailers, Shopee, and TikTok.


Q: What color options are available for the itel A50?

A: The itel A50 is available in three stunning colors: Starry Black, Starry Blue, and Starry Green.

Q: What are the key specifications of the itel A50?

A: Here are the key specifications of the itel A50.

Display6.6″ HD+ LCD
ProcessorT603 Octa-core LTE Chipset
Rear Camera8MP
Front Camera5MP
OSAndroid 14 (Go Edition)
ChargerType C Charger
OthersFingerprint Sensor, Face ID, OS 14

Q: How much does the itel A50 cost in the Philippines?

A: The itel A50 is priced at PHP 3,199 in the Philippines.

Q: Where can I purchase the itel A50?

A: The itel A50 is available for purchase on online platforms such as Shopee and TikTok, as well as at authorized itel retailers nationwide.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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