Kata Venus 3 arrives, priced at Php3,999

Kata Venus 3 arrives, priced at Php3,999

Yesterday, we got the first glimpse of Kata Digital Philippines’ recently launched dual-SIM Android handset dubbed as the Kata Venus 3 during its official launch at the Robinson’s Forum.

Kata Digital is a relatively new player in the local scene. Just like the other local companies, their products are mainly geared towards the budget-conscious crowd, just like the new Kata Venus 3.

Here’s our quick hands-on video to give you a better look of what we’re dealing with:


As an introductory promo, Kata is slashing 20% off of the Venus 3’s SRP and selling it for Php3,999 instead of Php4,999. You’ll also get a 50% discount on accessories like cases and pouch with every purchase of this smartphone.

Kata Venus 3 specs:

4-inch touchscreen display
1.2GHz dual-core processor
Expandable 4GB internal memory
5MP camera w/LED flash
1.2MP front-facing camera
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 4.0 with A2Dp support
Dual-SIM, Dual Standby
1,600mAh battery
Android 4.2 Jellybean
Dimensions: 124.4 x 63.2 x 11mm
Weight: 114g

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

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17 Responses

  1. nometz says:

    Stay away from Kata products, they have a horrible after sales support. I bought kata i1 from them but I was able to use it only 6 months after that I have returned my phone to their service center almost 6 times but same problem persist and they don’t want to replace my unit.

  2. abuzalzal says:

    Overpriced ng Php1k

  3. Jeff Reyes says:

    I think it’s a case-to -case basis, I’ve purchased an i1 last year and it’s still in good condition.

    There was a time my unit needed to be repaired and their customer service rapidly responded into it.

    • rheen says:

      can i ask qng pnu mg set up ng Apn ng venus 3 di q kc mgamit un globe tatto sim q di q lam qng pnu tnx…

  4. Angelica says:

    I tried their demo units during the launching of Venus 3 and I got impressed with its responsive screen and fast performance. It fits the budget I allocated for my gift to my daughter this Christmas.

  5. Nometz Mongoloid says:

    Venus 3 is good and looks like Xperia U. I think nometz just voided his kata product and cried because the Kata can’t repair it for free. WEAK!

    • Andy says:

      Nometz Mongoloid, ang bastos mo naman! Hindi naman Nya sinabi na Pera ang issue eh, mukhang defective ang unit nya kaya dapat palitan maski lampas 7 days na yan!

  6. wew says:

    kung maganda naman ang aftersales service siguro ok lng na mas mahal ng konti sa iba…kaso d pa rin sure sa durability ng unit nila haha

  7. Dredd says:

    Overpriced. Sana mga 2499 pwede pa.

  8. dav3 says:

    it’s confirm na mt6572 to kaya ok ang performace pagdating sa mga games. but gs2 ko lang malaman kung may bug touch ba to pag naka portrait. gs2 ko kc mag avail

  9. Vaans says:

    Ganda ng smartphone, kaso hindi ako sigurado sa quality.

  10. Abetoy says:

    Initial price lang daw ang Php3,999, ang tunay na price nya ay Php4,999 po

  11. Zobel says:

    This is pathetic. For that price flare 2 ka na lang.

  12. dav3 says:

    nakabili din sa wakas. worth it ang 4k dito guyz. 5 point multitouch. sarap gamitin. build? quality!! linaw pa ng cam.

  13. ju says:

    Ang problema lng sa kata madaling malowbat wala pang 8 hrs lowbat na dhl sa daming application. Kabibili ko nga lng naghang na agad. Pero maganda ang style at smooth gamitin. Wala namn perfect na cp nasa tao na kung pano aalagaan para di masira.

  14. Zobel says:

    Parang SKK ang brand na to. Not hearing anything from them now.

  15. Grrrr says:

    How I wish to have read the comments before buying a Kata. Its true. Their after sales support sucks and so as their phones.

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