Cloudfone Thrill appears on Zalora and Globe postpaid

Need an affordable dual-SIM Android smartphone with a large display? You might want to check out the Cloudfone Thrill which is now available on Zalora or through Globe’s postpaid plan.

The Cloudfone Thrill sports a 4.3-inch WVGA display, 5 megapixel camera, 0.3 megapixel front-facing, 3G, HSDPA, microSD support (up to 32GB) and dual-SIM dual-standby capabilities. Powering the device is a 1200mAh battery, runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and has a dimension of 112 x 58 x 12.8 mm and weighs 155g.

Zalora is selling the Cloudfone Thrill with a price tag of Php6,299. While Globe is offering the handset FREE through the following postpaid plans: mySuperPLan 499, Family Combo 1,499 and Unli Surf Combo 999.

13 Comments on this Post

  1. yuja
    Twitter: yujatakeo

    Cool :), hope the price will drop since Holidays around the corner.

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  2. Ginerbread, most likely 256mb ram, 1200mah battery = fail

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    • Korek!

    • ChrisP
      Twitter: chrispungtilan

      I’ve no problem with gingerbread but with 4.3″ screen powered by a 1200mah battery is the biggest disappointment here.

  3. wengweng2003

    baka better choice, at least specs wise, ang lenovo p700i (for the battery) or myphone or star dual cores (for the price)

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  4. i bought a unit few weeks ago, rated capacity of the battery is 1450 mAh not 1200 mAh

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  5. mangjose23

    N9 and lumia device design ! :)))

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  6. talo sa battery, and the similar models from other brands now offer dual core and ICS out of the box

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  7. ferdinand marte

    What is this? having ICS should be a no-brainer for this brand. To all, Starmobile ASTRA will be out next weekend – it has way better specs for P7K. I will strive be the first in line to get it here in Cebu.

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  8. How much is the cloudfone thrill?

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  9. I thought the battery of the thrill 430x is 4160mAh?

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  10. may i get cloudfone even if i am student?

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  11. Just got one for my son, pleasantly surprised to see it’s running on ICS

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