Kudos to the guys of Cherry Mobile! You've certainly leveled up! From offering phones with basic features a few years ago, you now have hardware beasts with impressive innards supposedly found only in superphones from big time foreign brands—and at wallet-approved price points! How about a bottle of Tanduay to celebrate your success? Cheers!
The Pinoy company's latest mobile phone is a proud proof of this. Geeks, here's the Cherry Mobile Ultra:
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If we didn't know better, we'd mistake it for something our meager salaries can't reach. But, surprise, it only costs P8,999! Pair that SRP with the phone's specs-line and you'll quickly call it a bargain. Check out below, five hardware pogi points scored by the Ultra!
SLIM AND LIGHT, LIKE THE PETITE GIRLS IN OUR DREAMS
"Yun of, Flappy Fish!"
If you ask us, the Ultra is the best-looking Cherry Mobile smartphone so far! We like its smooth black finish up front and the glossy feel of its back side. Forget about bling, this one has a minimalist facade that exudes an air of sophistication and elegance that you won't feel embarrassed to show off at your fave tambayan.
The Ultra is also ultra-thin. At 8.9mm thick, it looks like an anorexic slab of plastic and metal next to our TV remote controls:
Sabay-sabay: "Alin? Alin? Alin ang naiba?"
And it only weighs at around a measly 120 grams, or as light as foreign-bred superphones that cost three times more. We reckon you won't feel it when your girl flings it at you every time she throws a massive bitch fit. (Okay, of course you will...but you get the drift.)
A CERTIFIED EYE-PLEASER
The Ultra's 5-inch screen really makes it easy on the eyes. Aside from packing an HD-worthy 720x1280 resolution, it's also bright enough for max visual quality. We really had a grand time ogling Erika Padilla's awesome curves with this bad boy.
The Ultra on one hand and tissue on the other...for cleaning
the smudge-filled display of course! 'Kaw ha!
Just so you know, it's also blessed with in-plane switching (IPS) tech. That's geekspeak for having multiple viewing angles. Naks, uma-angle!