Starmobile intros Engage 7 TV, Engage 7 3G, Engage 8

In addition to announcing a handful of handsets, Starmobile also launched a trio of Android tablets under the Engage lineup. These tablets are the Engage 7 TV, Engage 7 3G and Engage 8.

engage 7

As its second name suggests, the first two tablets sports a 7-inch display with WVGA resolution. Although both bear almost the same name, these two tablets actually has a handful of differences other than their main features (the other one has TV functionality, while the other has 3G).

For a more detailed look at each tablet’s features, here are their specs sheet:


The Engage 7 TV will set you back Php5,290 while the 3G-enabled one retails for Php7,490 a pop.

Now let’s get to the bigger of the three, the Engage 8 which boasts an 8-inch XGA LCD screen with an Asahi Glass for added protection against scratches. It also has an 8MP rear camera which is paired with a 2MP on the front.

engage 8

Doing the legwork for this Jellybean slate is a dual-core processor rated at 1.5GHz and 1GB of RAM. In addition, it also has 8GB internal storage which can be expanded up to 32GB through a micro-SD card. All of these components will run on 5,000mAh battery.

Details about the Engage 8’s pricing and availability remains to be announced, but we will update this post once the info becomes available.

6 Comments on this Post

  1. Karl Mac

    Engage 7 TV: smallest smart tv?

    • IC DeaDPiPoL

      Starmobile Astra came a bit earlier with 4.3″ IPS Screen and analog tuner, minus the digital tuner.

      Dunno if other brands had a similar setup (Android phone with tv tuner function)

  2. Parang ito nalang ipapabili ko kesa sa samsung galaxy note

  3. ‘Yung naming convention ng device parang hango sa Dell Venue 7, Venue 8 at Venue 11.

  4. i accidentally press the uprgade button on my starmobile engage 7/3g. it almost 3 days upgrading and optimizing application. what should i do?

  5. my starmobile engage 7/3g android is upgrading, and optimizing application for 3 days until now upgrading. what happen to this?


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