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March 27, 2015

MyPhone Rio 2 leaks ahead of launch

Here is your first look at Myphone‘s newest budget flagship, the Rio 2, sporting Android 5.0, a quad-core processor, and a 5-inch screen out of the box.

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The next generation Rio is one of the local company’s first non-Google One Android Lollipop smartphone, and it sports a bigger battery capacity.

MyPhone Rio 2 specs:
5.0-inch HD IPS full lamination display, 1280×720, 294ppi
1.3GHz Quad-core processor
1GB RAM
8GB Internal storage
expandable via microSD
8 Megapixel Rear camera w/ Sony Sensor, LED Flash
5 Megapixel Front Camera
Dual-SIM, Dual-Standby
3G HSPA+
Wifi
Bluetooth
Android 5.0 Lollipop
2800mAh Li-Poly non-removable battery

If we’re going to follow how the Rio changed the local smartphone scene around the same time last year, this device could probably be priced at the Php5k range. MyPhone is expected to unveil the Rio 2 along with three new devices for both Rio and Infinity lines by the end of the month.

Thanks to JekJek Santos. Photos used with permission.

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11 Responses to “MyPhone Rio 2 leaks ahead of launch”

  1. Huww says:

    So, basically…same specs? Why woudl you want to upgrade then?? becuase of lollipop?

  2. NotaSheep says:

    Same specs… different version… our local brands sucks :)

  3. ewan says:

    nagupgrade lang ng OS, screen display technology, camera sensor? anyare? not worthy. pang sub 4k ang presyo.

  4. bliss says:

    you’re better off with meizu m1note, lenovo k3note, alcatel flash+…

  5. neil says:

    Dpat same lang ng rice ng rio..haahaa

  6. FFR says:

    1 GB of RAM = fail

  7. hater says:

    and so the myphone haters come out again. typical.

    • Name says:

      And the myphone employees come out again. typical too.

      Mahal naman talaga kasi. Ang dami nang magandang phone ngayon na mas worth it kesa dyan.

  8. kris says:

    I prefer branded phones, compare to OEM phones..

    sayang pera sa OEM Phones, well their cheap, pero ung downloaded apps mo, punta sa SYSTEM STORAGE niya. which will be limited.. so example 4gb internal.. 1gb will be system memory, so OS at downloaded apps doon.. 3gb for music,photos etc.

    Kung branded (like sony,samsung,asus) System Storage is for OS. and internal, doon punta downloaded apps..

    Just sharing.. Based on my experience

    • krizzy says:

      I think that depends on the phone and the OS of the phone SIRE. Sa 4.4 May pref storage loc na option. :)

  9. Zobel says:

    Leave it to a local brand to try to create hype over a mind-numbingly mediocre phone. Pinoy nga naman.

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