Geeks, the unkabogable brand is at it again!
Starmobile, a local brand that makes it a habit to keep our wallets happy, has just launched a platoon of mobile devices, including new phones and phablets!
Because a party's not complete without the mandatory song and dance number!
But what really made us stand up is the brand's newest superphone. Called The Muse, it has rocking super pogi looks as well as innards that will force your current smartphones to weep.
Just take a look at the gorgeous bastard below.
Ang gara 'di ba? The Muse replaces the Knight as Starmobile's flagship. And since it's a flagship, it comes as no surprise the amount of hardware it packs. We're talking about a 1.5GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage—more than enough for your scandals and naked photos selfies, songs, and videos.
For the eye-candy department, the Muse has a five-inch touchscreen with a full-HD (1080 x 1920) resolution. That's top-tier specs for current smartphones, and in a locally-branded handset at that! May we add that it's also supermodel-thin? The Muse measures only 99mm thick, a fact that your skinny jean's pockets will love!
Another impressive tidbit about the Muse: its cameras are top-notch! The rear shooter has 18 megapixels of imaging goodness with BSI (backside illumination for better low-light shots) and dual LED flash. At hindi rin papahuli ang front cam, which is at eight megapixels and is equipped with an LED flash and wide-angle lens that are perfect for those barkada shots.
Check out this cutie! Local YouTube celeb Donnalyn Bartolome
is one of Starmobile's newest endorsers
As is the case with previous Starmobile phones, the Muse's price in relation to its features will astound you: P12,990!
But it's not only the Muse we're interested in. In a time when many tablets are still expensive as heck, Starmobile has released four tablets geared towards the budget user, and one of 'em is below P4,000!
Check them all out on the next page.
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