Even though China has put a mark on its new passports stating its territorial claim over the South China Sea (ouch!), this hasn’t prevented us from looking at their new products in the market. Let’s begin with the ubiquitous cellphones.
Launched yesterday was the Ascend D1 quad XL, a quadcore smartphone running on Android Ice Cream Sandwich (version 4) which promises speed, power and long battery life. What makes this high-end phone worth looking into is its good price point: only P18,000 for something that delivers turbo-charged computer prowess in your pocket.
Specs of the Ascend D1 Quad XL:
Screen size : 4.5 inches
Internal storage: 8GB
External storage: microSD (extendible up to 32GB)
with Wi-fi, Bluetooth & radio
Also introduced in the market is the Huawei Ascend G600, a.k.a. Honor 2, which builds on the success of Huawei Honor that offered three days battery life on a single charge. It is also a quadcore smartphone running on Android version 4 but with a lower price of approximately P14,000