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O+ outs Fab Elite 2.0, priced at Php15,995

The Fab Elite 2.0 rounds up the list of smartphones that O+ USA announced. It inherits most of its features to its predecessor, the Fab Elite, but now runs on an octa-core processor and has a slightly more affordable price tag.


O+ Fab Elite 2.0 specs:
6.5-inch fHD AMOLED display @ 1920×1080 pixels, 339ppi
1.7GHz octa-core processor
Exapandable16GB internal storage
Supports up to 64GB MicroSD card
Dual-SIM, Dual-Standby
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
13MP AF rear camera, LED flash
5MP front-facing camera
Li-Ion 3000mAh battery
Android 4.4 KitKat

The O+ Fab Elite 2.0 will set you back Php15,995 and will be available starting this month. The handset will come with a free Sennheiser earphones inside the package.

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

15 Responses

  1. Avatar for Mikey Mikey says:

    The price is just… too… much. -_-

  2. Avatar for James James says:

    Sinusilit talaga ng O+ ang binayad sa Yugatech lol

  3. Avatar for PackingSHEET PackingSHEET says:

    Better wait for the Nokia N1 priced @ 12K than spend your money with this less quality fone.

  4. Avatar for shutter shutter says:

    mediatek, with 1gb memory and 16gb storage for 16K? You can get the Z1 or Nexus 5 for that amount.

  5. Avatar for lex lex says:

    good thing you stopped the “American brand”nonsense in the 8.17 article/infomercial. Your readers are tech savvy and not easily fooled by these claims.

    • Avatar for Pat Pat says:

      are they not a US Brand? Phone is made in china or other countries that i know.

    • Avatar for lex lex says:

      @Pat can you find them in the US or anywhere else? O+ is sold only in the Philippines and covered by a few local blogs that they probably paid. No article about this “US brand” in gsmarena or other credible international blog sites.

    • Avatar for Pat Pat says:

      I don’t think that would make saying they are a US brand incorrect. They probably want to focus in asia only as it sees more opportunities here, their website says so. There are many brands that are not covered by gsmarena too, you may already know the reason why

    • Avatar for lex lex says:

      Asia, no. O+ is sold only in the Philippines.

      Made in China, with Chinese parts same as MP, CM and SM, sold only in the Philippines. Is it an American brand?

    • Avatar for Pat Pat says:

      So are they pinoy or chinese? O+ doesn’t say their main office in the US too.

  6. Avatar for Easy E Easy E says:

    they should sell this at a sub php10k price point. Stop overspending kasi sa ads sa eat bulaga… Masa can’t afford your phones. Too bad yung iba naloloko. Aw.

  7. Avatar for Von Von says:

    Not too Impressive specifications that everybody wants and spec, and with this price?? And NO MHL or Miracast that can screen mirroring my 1080p HD Movie to a Big LCD TV? And NO impressive Audio or at least equivalent to Sony Hi-Resolution Audio (Xperia Z2 or Z3) to enjoy all your mp3 album? It’s better to think wisely before we spend our money! May be they think that many of us still ignorant, they blind us with impressive Octa-core that NO one actually know the used of it but a problem itself. It eat and drain your battery and the Ignoramus pipol pay and buy for it and complain later. Better to add and improve some of the specs like 4G LTE, MHL, Chromecast or Miracast and make it affordable!

    • Avatar for Pat Pat says:

      You forget to mention that it may raise the price to 18k-20k territory. Many will probably complain with the price next.

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