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August 14, 2014

THL 5000 gets priced at Php11,999, to arrive next month

Novo7Tech has officially announced on their Facebook page the local price of the THL 5000, the octa-core Android smartphone that packs a massive 5,000mAh battery, and it is set to arrive early next month.

thl 5000

Author’s note (August 16, 2014): Specs list updated to reflect 2.0GHz MediaTek MT6592 Turbo octa-core CPU and 16GB internal storage. Updated specs are based on the THL 5000 Ultraphone which is different from the THL 5000 (1.7GHz MT6592 octa-core, 32GB) we originally posted.

THL 5000 specs:
5-inch Full HD IPS display, 441ppi
Corning Gorilla Glass 3
2.0GHz MediaTek MT6592 Turbo octa-core CPU
2GB RAM
Mali-450 MP4 GPU
16GB internal storage
up to 64GB via microSD
13 megapixel Sony IMX 135 rear camera, f/1.8 aperture
5 megapixel front camera
HSPA+
WiFi b/g/n
NFC
Bluetooth 4.0 w/ A2DP
GPS, A-GPS
USB OTG support
NXP-box audio
Android 4.4 KitKat
5,000mAh battery
144.9 x 72.3 x 8.9mm

The THL 5000 has an SRP of Php11,999 and will arrive in the first week of September at the following Novo7Tech branches: SM North Edsa, SM Southmall, Lucky Chinatown, and Gateway Cubao.

Novo7Tech is also accepting reservations/pre-order for the THL 5000 and is offering a Php400 discount if you send them your contact info via Facebook. Head to the source link below for more info.

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THL 5000- 5-inch FHD, octa-core, with 5,000mAh battery
THL 5000 to be available in the Philippines

20 Responses to “THL 5000 gets priced at Php11,999, to arrive next month”

  1. fuzzy0915 says:

    Pft.. Eto nanaman si novo7tech eh. Releasing dates on when the unit will be available. Naku dala na aq dyan. May reservation pa.

  2. Enya says:

    Wrong timing! Bat sila sumabay. Tsk tsk tsk, dalawang Zenfone 5 na yan.

  3. Easy E says:

    FTW ang Asus dito via their Zenfones. Dapat nirelease ito months before pa ng Mi3. Or at least benta nila ito malapit sa price ng asus.

  4. HansWeidnerr says:

    Without dragging any brandphone yet, everyone has the rights and own opinion and right to choose. If I were ask, I prefer ASUS Zenfone6 a good built from good brand and reknown as computer manufacturer and they knew much what is good and best for the rig. I didn’t care about LTE/LTE-A since telcos are not capable to cater their subscribers what they have promised. I only have peace of mind when my device can give me smooth functionality and good speed performance and satisfy me with its after sales support.

    • danilo says:

      is it just me? wala ako naintindihan, mali mali na tenses, sana nagtagalog ka na lang.

    • Ryan says:

      engeng tisyu pls. nakakadugo ng ilong grammar mo pre.

    • boyboy says:

      hahaha kung matalino ka talaga kahit mali ang grammar maiintindihan mo.. kahit nosebleed pa yan malay nyo baka sportscar ang dinadrive niyan. haha
      peace and positivity be with you always!

  5. faceless says:

    decent price for a very respectable phone. i have friends with thl’s and i haven’t heard any negative feedbacks. the selling point of the device is that battery. the zenfone 6 is way too big for most filipinos. i have fairly large hands being that i am 6-foot-3, and i find my samsung note 3 a bit larger than what’s comfortable. the length of the zenfones is a major put off. this thl is somewhat compact for somebody like me and most likely managable for most filipinos.

  6. cello says:

    mi3 pa rin.

  7. gr8destroyer says:

    Wait. Weren’t they supposed to launch an overclocked version of Mediatek’s MT6592?

    https://ph.news.yahoo.com/photos/thl-5000-price-specs-huge-battery-philippines-1405993357-slideshow/thl-5000-photo-1405992141352.html

    What happened? Why are they launching a 1.7 ghz mt6592? Or is this just a Typo error from yugatech?

    • Gadgeteer says:

      honestly, when i first heard about this, i was thrilled, having the latest 2ghz octa core from mediatek paired with a huge battery life plus around 11k = a winner. but now, lumang processor ang 1.7ghz, and suddenly i feel like going back to buying the honor6

    • gr8destroyer says:

      In-update na ng yugatech sir. 2ghz n ulet ung clock speed. Mukang typo error lang ung 1.7ghz earlier.

  8. archie says:

    May bad record na ang Novotech na mahina sa after sales, warranty and repair parang Cherry. Wag na lang kayong sumugal.

  9. JULIUS AX says:

    di ko maintindihan itong mga tech bloggers na ito. iba-iba ang mga info nila? either nanghuhula sila sa spec or unprofessional lang talaga sila when it comes to publishing their info. ung tech spec ng isang item is not based on feelings/opinions. This is one of the latest post about this phones specs tapos nakalagay 32gb internal, tas sa iba 16 gb lang? ung speed nmn ung iba 1.7ghz, tas ung iba 2ghz. Kwentong barbero ung mali dito.

  10. enigma312 says:

    Sir, hindi ko po ma-search full specs ng Huawei Ascend P2 GL07S Japan version, 4G LTE po kasi gusto kung bilhin kaso ang specs lang na lumabas kay Huawei Ascend P2 Japan version ay 4G LTE category 4. Ano po ba ibig sabihin ng lte cat4. Di po ba ang 4g lte ng smart ay 2100mhz at globe naman ay 1800. Quick response po. thank you!

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