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June 27, 2010

RedFox WizPhone Android phone spotted

I didn’t expect local PC manufacturer, Redfox Technologies, to enter into the mobile market but it looks like they did — with this WizPhone Android phone spotted on their website.

wizphone

Not much is revealed about the specs of the WizPhone but the website indicates it will come pre-installed with Android 2.0. I sent a quick email to them asking for details about this upcoming phone so will be updating this entry once I get them.

RedFox to release Multi-OS WizPad Tablet
Redfox Technology Innovation Center

23 Responses to “RedFox WizPhone Android phone spotted”

  1. blacklighter11 says:

    @abeolandres this is interesting! I can’t wait for their response to your email! Keep us posted!

  2. Head Geekette
    Twitter: rcdiugun
    says:

    You could also ask them why they’re coming out with a 2.0 instead of a 2.1 phone. From the developer’s point of view, 2.0 has been deemed obsolete already. For the user, this could mean that some apps on the market might not work on 2.0 since there’s a chance the developer would no longer test their apps on that version.

  3. rcdiugun says:

    @abeolandres 2.0?! Are they serious? The dev’t platform for that is obsolete already. Least they could do is bump it up to 2.1.

  4. frogprince28 says:

    @abeolandres Sana affordable. :) Can’t wait.

  5. elvadeocampo says:

    @abeolandres Looks neat. O.O I’ll probably get one if the specs are decent enough for the price.

  6. Jon
    Twitter: rand0m_insanity
    says:

    Looks very nice and attractive. I wonder how much would this sell.

  7. Interesting. But Redfox’s local reputation for quality and service is a dubious, to say the least.

    I’m waiting for the “surge” of Anroid devices from China. Huawei’s S7 was recently made exclusively available from Expansys.

  8. dehlicioso says:

    @abeolandres Sir good afternoon! I just wanna clarify the rules of the RT contest,can I retweet the post more than once? Thanks!

  9. Jeune says:

    I am excited about this. I hope it’s cheaper because as you say, it’s made by a local company.

    I have the same concerns with Android 2.0 though. It’s like Accel making soccer shoes. They don’t know what they’re doing.

  10. jan says:

    meron ding silang wizpad!

  11. tipler says:

    “I didn’t expect local PC manufacturer, Redfox Technologies, to enter into the mobile market but it looks like they ” DID

    hehe, grammar nazi.

  12. grabe! palaban na rin ang Red Fox ang dami nilang ilalabas pa bukod pa dyan.

  13. Miyer Bernabe
    Twitter: porkchopmiyer
    says:

    Good thing if it comes with 2.0. The demo unit I saw only has 1.5. I asked the person in charge, and he said that Redfox will roll out updates. I am watching this unit too hehehe.

  14. mike says:

    It is the first for a Philippine manufacturer. It really does not matter what Android version this comes up with, and what quality this will have. Eventually, it will improve as time goes on.

    Just support and buy it when it comes up lower priced than the Cherry Mobile‘s Windows Mobile 6.5 Eclipse Phone at 9999 pesos.

  15. Richard says:

    I just hope this Android Phone is DUAL-SIM unit.
    if so, then hihintayin ko nalang ito kaysa mag Cherry Mobile Eclipse ako.

  16. lovelylady says:

    can’t wait for the full specs of this! nice design..

  17. Sonofa says:

    what happened to the torque android phone?

  18. Richard says:

    WizPhone Android

    A Red Fox smartphone?! We didn’t believe it until we saw it ourselves! And guess what? It’s an Android. It boasts a 3-megapixel camera, a micro-USB port, a resistive touch screen, and a music player. Of course, the WizPhone also has access to maps and useful office applications. –Techie.com.ph

  19. Jerome G. says:

    Just get a Samsung Galaxy Spica if it goes beyond 12k

  20. Marc Lavelli says:

    Excellent article once again. I am looking forward for more updates=)

  21. sharmaine tangpos says:

    i saw it personal my classmate has one, and it’s beautiful!!

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