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April 04, 2014

THL launches T200, priced at Php14,999

Following the successful debut of the T100 aka Monkey King II in the local market, Novo7 Tech (official distributor of THL in the country) has formally launched THL T200 (Cyborg) – a 6-inch smartphone powered by eight (8) Cortex-A7 processor.

Just by merely looking at its specs sheet, we can safely assume that the THL Cyborg has the best feature set among the other three local octa-core smartphones (Cherry Mobile Cosmos Z2, MyPhone Agua Infinity and Starmobile Diamond X1) that came before it.

Right on the onset, you’ll be greeted by its gorgeous, Gorilla-Glass-3-laden, 6-inch 1080p display with IPS and OGS technologies to boot. Once you go a little deeper, you’ll find a very respectable engine configuration consisting of a 1.7GHz octa-core chip with 2GB of RAM, as well as a sizeable 32GB internal storage which can be further expanded up to an additional 64GB via Micro-SD card.

There’s also a pair of snappers located at the front (8MP, 1080p video recording) and the back (13MP Sony Blue Lens sensor with F/2.0 optics) which looks very promising, on paper at least.

THL T200 (Cyborg) specs:
6-inch fHD IPS OGS display @ 1920×1080 pixels, 367ppi
Gorilla Glass 3
1.7GHz MediaTek MT6592 octa-core processor
2GB RAM
Mali 450MP GPU
Expandable 32GB internal storage
up to 64GB via microSD
3G/HSPA+
Dual-SIM, Dual-Standby, Dual 3G
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 4.0
NFC, GPS
USB On-The-Go support
13MP Sony Blue Lens sensor rear camera, LED flash
1080p video recording @ 30fps
8MP front-facing camera
Li-Ion 2,600mAh battery
Android 4.2 Jellybean
160.8 x 84 x 9.4mm
139g

The THL T200 is currently being retailed for Php14,999. We’ve already contacted Novo7 Tech to give us an updated list of stores/kiosks where you can get the handset and we’ll update this post once they’ve replied to us.

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18 Responses to “THL launches T200, priced at Php14,999”

  1. Easy E says:

    I saw the t100 in a novo7 store in gateway (cubao). It was impressive. Snappy ang phone. Wala pa raw sila nito (nakita ko kasi sa leaflet nila). I am sure this is a great phone.

    Kaso may isang customer dun na nagrereklamo about his THL phone na hindi ma-read ng maayos ang kanyang sdcard. Pinagpipilitan ng babae dun sa store na yunh sdcard nya ang may problem.

    I think to set THL farther apart from Star and Cherry is to have a strong customer service and support. GREAT phone, competitive price, kulang nalang at magandang customer support and product service.

  2. Nico says:

    BAKIT HINDI KITKAT? KAUMA

  3. Erick Martinez says:

    just 1 thing downs mlmng n2 is bat considering 6inches den fhd but d features are really promising specially d sony camera and 32gb rom plus expandble up to 64gb via sd..defunitely will be an ultimate powerhouse!

  4. allan says:

    Li-Ion 2,600mAh battery = kamusta naman kaya ang battery life nito?

  5. Rockafella says:

    Right on the onset? wth is that? “Right from the get go” would have been better. I know…this is a horrible.

  6. abuzalzal says:

    Tantsa ko 5-6 hours lang battery niyan (moderate usage).

    Liit masyado ng 2600 mAh sa size at res ng screen

  7. guest says:

    ganda ng specs, unpretty lang ang looks and feel dahil sa material na ginamit sa phone.

  8. dangerouss says:

    Eto yung magbibigay sila ng 20,000 mAh free na powerbank right?

  9. theodore symonne says:

    k3L@n ny0h 3 r3r3v13W @ng(_)N!+?

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  11. Easy E says:

    Codenamed “cyborg”, with a promise of kitkat soon.

  12. theodore symonne says:

    @$@N N@!-! @(+(_)@L r3v!3W?

  13. jimboy says:

    Kapag dual sim ba 2 din pwede install ng viber/wechat?

  14. […] the THL Cyborg launch, we also got to play around with its smaller sibling, the THL T100S aka Monkey King II. Check out […]

  15. Jerome says:

    is this HSPA+ or HSDPA ?
    i read in others review articles its HSDPA ?
    whats the diff ?

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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