Both also come from the company’s new P Series of smartphones, which was officially introduced yesterday. However, they won’t cost you more than P2,000 (roughly $40). The P1 Mini will retail at P1,799 ($36), and the P1 Lite will sell for P1,999 ($40). Just don’t set your expectations high. After all, the devices are as affordable as they come.
What they do boast is a decent grip and a build that looks premium for their price.
The Cherry Mobile Flare P1 Mini will retail at P1,799 ($36), and the Flare P1 Lite will sell for P1,999 ($40). Just don’t set your expectations high. After all, the phones are as affordable as they come.
The Cherry Mobile Flare P1 Mini is a 4-inch handset running Android 6.0 Marshmallow that is powered by a 1.2GHz Spreadtrum 7731 quad-core processor. It features only 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage, but you can insert a microSD card to extend its memory up to 32GB. For taking pictures, there’s a 5-megapixel camera on the back and a 2-megapixel camera on the front. A 1,300mAh battery takes charge of keeping the phone powered.
The Cherry Mobile Flare P1 Lite offers the same specs, except it is bigger than the P1 Mini at 4.5 inches; its capacitive screen’s resolution is higher at 480 x 854 (compared with the Mini’s 400 x 800 pixels); and its battery capacity is bigger at 1,500mAh.
These two, along with the Cherry Mobile Flare P1 and P1 Plus, will be available starting this month.
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