Monday, January 28, 2013

Sharp SH631 now @ just Php10,490

The competition in the mobile sector is fierce. One example of just how fierce the competition is the price cut in Sharp's SH631. Just three months ago this phone with a "large" 4.5-inch display with a decent qHD (540 x 960) resolution sold for Php14,490. It did not seem like a great deal back than, but it was decently enough priced. What a difference three months makes. 

With a flurry of low cost 4.5-inch qHD phones selling for Php6-9K, and a quad core phone landing at Php15K, the price of the Sharp SH631 is now down to just Php10,490. 

The phone comes with a dual-core 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor (MTKMT6577 chipset), PowerVR SXG531T graphics,  512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal storage (expandable via a MicroSD) card slot, a 8MP primary camera, VGA front camera and a 1650 mAh unit.

Even at the lower price of Php10.490, it is one of the most expensive phone in its class. Still, the lower price makes it a more viable option, and its Nexus like soft key system, it is worth a look.  

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