Cherry Mobile Selfie Two First Impressions

Cherry Mobile Selfie Two First Impressions

Cherry Mobile released their selfie-centric smartphone called the Cherry Mobile Selfie in 2014. Three years later, they finally introduced its successor, the Cherry Mobile Selfie Two. It retains some of the specs of its predecessor but with some improvements and lower price tag. Check out our first impressions below.

The Cherry Mobile Selfie Two sports a different look compared to its predecessor. It’s simpler but a bit elegant thanks to its rounder body and 2.5D curved glass that merges to the bezel.

On the front is the 5.2-inch IPS display with HD resolution or equal to 282ppi. The pixel density may be low, but the screen is vibrant can produce natural colors.

Placed above it is are the earpiece, LED flash, and the 13MP camera which boasts the Panorama Selfie and Bokeh features. It uses on-screen navigation buttons so the thick bottom bezel is left unused.

On the right are the textured power/lock and volume buttons, while the left is vacant.


Placed above is the 3.5mm audio port and micro USB port, while down below is the microphone.

Flip it on its back and you will see the 13MP camera, LED flash, fingerprint sensor, and the loudspeaker.

The backplate is removable, which gives you access to two microSIM card slots and dedicated microSD card. The battery, on the other hand, is non-removable.

On the hands, the Selfie Two feels well-made even though its made of plastic with a removable backplate. It also has a matte finish so it repels fingerprints and smudges. The small display also means it has a smaller form factor than most smartphones which make it easier to wield and navigate with one hand.

The Cherry Mobile Selfie is priced at Php4,999. Stay tuned for our full review.

Cherry Mobile Selfie Two key specs:
5.2-inch HD IPS display
1.3GHz quad-core CPU
16GB storage
microSD up to 64GB
13MP BSI rear camera w/ LED flash
13MP BSI front camera w/ LED flash, Panoramic Selfie, Selfie Refocus
Android 7.0 Nougat
2,900mAh battery

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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2 Responses

  1. Marco Bongcawel says:

    Can you do a First Impression Review of Cherry Mobile Flare A5?

  2. Jude says:

    Inalis o niliitan na lang sana ang bottom bezel kung wala naman gamit. Sayang ang space.

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