Saturday, November 12, 2011

Cherry Mobile wants to reign Supreme in Tablets!

So I was able to attend Cherry Mobile's product launch yesterday at Annabel's Restaurant. Apart from the recently introduced Magnum 2X, Cherry Pad Turbo and Stellar, they've added a few more to their Android portfolio.

I'm unaware that the Cherry Pad Turbo has a cheaper variation. So let's welcome Cherry Pad, priced at P3,899 when it becomes available in the market. It's also a 7" tablet however this one sports a resistive touch screen. It's powered by a VIA VM8650 800MHz processor and it has a 4GB internal storage and 256MB RAM.

It also has WiFi for connectivity and can support USB 3G modem. It does have a VGA camera (although I'm not sure if it's front or rear) and you can expand your storage up to 32GB micro SD.

It doesn't stop there. They've also come up with a 10.1" premium Android tablet. Say hello to Cherry Mobile Supreme. Let's check out this table and see how Supreme stack up against other 10" tablets.

Aside from the current Android OS of Supreme (which they said it will be Honeycomb out-of-the-box before it becomes available in the market), this tablet is quite capable compared to other expensive tablets out there. And this is probably the cheapest dual-core tablet in the market today. The screen resolution and battery capacity is still unknown. Will update this post once I get the detailed specifications.

The premium tablet Supreme will be available this November or maybe December in time for Christmas. So before you buy your next gadget, consider looking into Cherry Mobile's lineup and you'll certainly get what you want for less!


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