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Firefly Mobile Intense Mini: 4.5-inch, octa-core, for Php4.5K

Firefly Mobile has formally introduced the Intense Mini, a 4.5-inch dual-SIM smartphone with MediaTek octa-core CPU, 1GB RAM, and Android KitKat for Php4.5K.

Firefly Mobile Intense Mini specs:
4.5-inch qHD (540 x 960) IPS display, 245ppi
Dragontrail Glass, OGS Full Lamination
1.4GHz MediaTek MT6592 octa-core CPU
Mali-450 GPU
8GB internal storage
microSD card support
8MP BSI rear camera w/ LED flash
5MP BSI front camera
Bluetooth 4.0
Smart PS audio
Android 4.4 KitKat w/ OTA update support
2,300mAh removable battery


The Intense Mini has a price tag of Php4,499 and is available in Firefly Mobile stores and kiosks nationwide. It is also available at Lazada. See listing here.

source: Firefly Mobile

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

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10 Responses

  1. paul says:

    meron pa yung intense X pa nila…

    nakita ko na rin ito sa personal maganda sya

  2. ac3buddy says:

    Wow, mukhang bung for buck to ah. eto dapat gayahin ng iba pang company.

  3. Another great offer by firefly!

  4. Zobel says:

    Nice specs but mas lamang pa rin SKK Lynx kesa dito. Not to mention mas mura.

  5. wakeke says:

    mas ok to para sakin 4.5inch

  6. confused says:

    hmm,khpon lng i was already dead set on buying skk lynx once i got enough money,pro prang mganda dn tong intense mini.True,mas lamang s specs at price si lynx,but that 1200 worth of freebies is hard to ignore,and i prefer 4.5 ” than 5,.
    guess i’ll wait for a few days, kpg wla aqng nbasang negative review kay intense n d ko mgugustuhan ill buy this one.

  7. fafajohn says:

    I have this Device and it feels great and elegant. Mas okay pa siya sa Flare s3 Octa which my phone before. It has two launcher and the one is “Google Now Launcher” which has a material design. Another plus is the Google keyboard to complete your Android L experience.

    You will love this phone. It feels like iPhone to me. You should get one.

    • soeur025 says:

      Hi. May I know the 3g (WCDMA) frequency bands supported by this device? Does it support 850/1900 3g bands? Thanks.

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