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May 07, 2013

List of Quad-Core Smartphones in the Philippines

Planning to purchase a quad-core smartphone soon but don’t have a list to choose from? Don’t worry, we got you covered. Here is the list of all quad-core smartphones currently available here in the Philippines.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 I9505
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 1.9GHz quad-core
Local release: April 2013
SRP on release: Php30,990

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Alcatel One Touch Scribe HD
CPU: MediaTek 6589 1.2GHz quad-core
Local release: April 2013
SRP on release: Php13,490

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MyPhone A919i Duo
CPU: MediaTek MT6589 1.2GHz quad-core
Local release: April 2013
SRP on release: Php9,590

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Sony Xperia Z
CPU: Qualcomm MDM9215M Snapdragon S4 Krait 1.5GHz quad-core
Local release: March 2013
SRP on release: Php32,900

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Sony Xperia ZL
CPU: Qualcomm MDM9215M Snapdragon S4 Krait 1.5GHz quad-core
Local release: March 2013
SRP on release: Php29,990

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LG Optimus G
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 1.5GHz quad-core
Local release: March 2013
SRP on release: Php26,990

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Cherry Mobile Flame 2.0
CPU: Qualcomm MSM8225Q Snapdragon S4 1.2GHz quad-core
Local release: March 2013
SRP on release: Php6,999

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HTC Butterfly
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8064 S4 1.5GHz quad-core
Local release: January 2013
SRP on release: Php32,190

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Huawei Ascend D1 Quad XL
CPU: Huawei K3V2 1.4GHz quad-core
Local release: December 2012
SRP on release: Php18,990

MeiZu MX

Meizu MX
CPU: Samsung Exynos MX5Q 1.4GHz quad-core
Local release: Announced April 2012. Arrived locally December 2012 via Widget City.
SRP on release: Php13,800

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HTC One X+
CPU: NVidia Tegra 3 1.7GHz quad-core
Local release: November 2012
SRP on release: Php32,990

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LG Optimus Vu
CPU: Nvidia Tegra 3 1.5GHz quad-core
Local release: November 2012
SRP on release: Php27,990

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2
CPU: Samsung Exynos 4412 1.6GHz quad-core
Local release: October 2012
SRP on release: Php32,990

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LG Nexus 4
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 1.5GHz quad-core
Local release: December 2012
SRP on release: Php24,990

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Lenovo K860
CPU: Samsung Exynos 4412 1.4GHz quad-core
Local release: October 2012
SRP on release: Php19,999

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LG Optimus 4X HD
CPU: Nvidia Tegra 3 1.5GHz quad-core
Local release: July 2012
SRP on release: Php27,990

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Samsung Galaxy S3
CPU: Samsung Exynos 4 1.4GHz quad-core processor
Local release: May 2012
SRP on release: Php32,990

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HTC One X
CPU: NVidia Tegra 3 1.5GHz quad-core
Local release: April 2012
SRP on release: Php32,990

Special mention:

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HTC One
CPU: Qualcomm APQ8064T Snapdragon 600 1.7GHz quad-core
Local release: 3rd week May 2013
SRP on release: Php32,990

This list/article will be updated as more quad-core phones become locally available.


37 Responses to “List of Quad-Core Smartphones in the Philippines”

  1. pedroluis888 says:

    Sa s3 parin ako lalo bumaba price ngayon… nasa 19k lng sa samsung at 16k lang sa greenhills brandnew… di naman gano nagkalayo looks sa s4 hehe….

  2. Jay Castillo
    Twitter: jay_castillo
    says:

    Thanks for the round-up Louie. I hope you can also add which of these quad-core phones are LTE capable. Thanks!

  3. elobrino
    Twitter: iloveruffag
    says:

    nice list!

  4. peeyaj says:

    Yesterday , I’ve checked the price of Xperia Z in Greenhils Shopping Centre.. It only costs P24,990.

  5. Bleh says:

    Remove the Philippines from the back cover of the Myphone A919i Duo and I’ll put it into consideration.

    • RON says:

      Bakit? Ikinahihiya mo ba ang Pilipinas? Kung ganun ang mga katulad mo ay DASPAT DING IKAHIYA NG MGA PILIPINO.

    • otep says:

      yes. agree. mas maganda plain lang. or logo. like cherrymobile and star

    • Charles says:

      @Ron hindi niya naman siguro ikinakahiya sir gusto nya lang ng simplicity at neatness sa isang phone. ikaw kaya lagyan ng mapa ng pilipinas ung kotse mo sa harapan? hahaha peace sir

    • GAHNOWN? says:

      OA na masyado.. it would suffice na man cguro knowing it’s myphone (so yeah, made in rp) and that’s it.. isipin mo lang yung iphone, sony, htc o kung anu mang gadget then may logo ng country san man nagawa? tawa lang

    • abuzalzal says:

      Oo nga, parang nakaka hiya I display yung myPhone pag walang case…pang bukid yung design sa likod…buti sana kung made in Pinas eh hindi naman….yung mapa lang ang gawang Pinas eh

      MyPhone’s design is one of the worst, locally

    • Dan says:

      Maybe he just wanted it to be removed for convenience. Say for example, if he use it outside, it’s easier to just cover the name MyPhone than cover as well the Philippine map/picture whatsoever. He just wanted it to be removed for convenience of covering up the brand name, because many Pinoys are genuine brand conscious, show-off social climbers. :)

    • otep says:

      easy man. personal pref. lang naman

    • mang kan0r says:

      ganon??? kung sabagay china made naman at rebranded lang ahahaha.

    • jeykoy says:

      yep i agree.. even the model is rebranded so no point in putting the philippine archipelago on the back..

      but make no mistake i love my own country!

    • Ex-Alodian Knight says:

      Bleh can eat feces. I like the map and it should be there. That’s the magic of myPhone. If myphone.

      Besides, that map has helped me countless times when keeping up with appearances. At an English at a Second Language school where i worked in. Several of my students (read: Korean) and fellow staff were astonished at my phone (it was the OG a818), they were impressed at it and wanted to take pictures with me. Note that they were carrying Nexus S, Vega Racers and S2′s. Even an iSheep came and played around with my phone. I let people see the map and let them know that it’s the phone for Pinoys like me and some even want to buy my a818 from my hands. I go to the cafe and let them know if they ask. Anyway, for all the dorks that whine about the map, either wait for myPhone to sell an optional mapless back cover or skin it yourselves.

    • Mike Villamejor says:

      bought my wife “MY PHONE A919 DUO” – cost niya e 6,300.- southmall branch – no issues kung may map ng philippines – ang importante lang naman e ung durability, function and syempre yung price. – opinion ko lang po- tingin ko way of advertisement din ang ginawa ni ‘my phone’ para lagyan ng map sa likod. like kunwari nasa restaurant ka at nag text ka. kita agad na ‘MY PHONE’ gamit mo kasi may MAP sa likod. -

    • Bleh says:

      Errybody CALM THE F*** DOWN. It’s my personal preference. It’s not like MyPhone would actually do it. Jesus, I left a short comment and that’s what I’m gonna come back to?

  6. Kiya says:

    How about putting the current price instead of its SRP on release? Would have beem more useful. For example the LG Optimus 4X is only at around 16k-17k for units with official warranty.

  7. Jane says:

    boycott china made products!!!

  8. iVan says:

    Kalokohan naman any SRP na nakalagay dito. Sobrang outdated. Note 2 is only 23k now. S3 is 17k

  9. evollove says:

    I think there’s a store in Robinsons Manila that sells the Oppo Find 5 for around 19k.

  10. Freeje says:

    How about a comparison of specs?

  11. zarne says:

    Good list for Android phone lovers to have. ‘Core’ is performance related issue and it would have been more helpful if the benchmark scores for each phone is also listed. I am afraid that we are all becoming suckers for Specs, Cores, and benchmarks.

  12. phoebs says:

    seryoso??may oppo dun sa Rob manila???

    san dun??yung telecom??HAHA

    http://www.Cashforvisits.com/index.php?refcode=2165

  13. nyancat says:

    paki-add po Galaxy Win GT-I885. :D

  14. pcso says:

    may list po ba kayo ng quad core local brands yung below 10k for 2014? salamat!

  15. Johan Kessler says:

    I can understand–though I don’t approve of–the reason why many people don’t like the Philippine map on the back of MyPhone–and it seems the company listened because they no longer put it there on 2014 models (this article having been written last year).
    Many Pinoys (actually Asians in general) are very brand-conscious–show-offs, wanna-be’s, ‘social climbers’ as one poster said. And a mobile device seems to be the ‘status symbol’ of choice. Silly, but it is what it is.
    People of true class and refinement do not use accessories to telegraph their status–not only is that tasteless, the realm of the pseudo-successful, but it may make them targets for crime.
    Not to mention, the truly wealthy do not get or stay that way by going into debt to finance their ‘status symbols’–they look for value for the money, or ‘bang-for-the-buck’, especially when it comes to something like mobile devices.
    I myself have encountered reactions like, “Grabe, MyPhone lang!” when some person wondered what brand mine was, then saw the map on the back. I gather that their Sammys and iPhones were bought on utang. I however, pay cash.
    I also didn’t bother to tell the shallow imbeciles I have a collection of others–including iPhone, Sammy, LG, Sony, etc. (I’m a ‘geek)…

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