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Specs Comparison: Cherry Mobile G1 vs Cherry Mobile One




Cherry Mobile has just launched today its latest Android One smartphone, the G1. The G1 is the follow up to the One, the company’s first Android One device which was launched back in February. So how much has Cherry Mobile’s Android One offering has improved over the past six months? Find out in our specs comparison below.

Winning features

Cherry Mobile G1:
* Larger display
* Higher display resolution
* Dragontrail Glass
* Better CPU
* Bigger RAM and internal storage
* Better cameras
* LTE connectivity
* Larger battery

Cherry Mobile One:
* Cheaper price tag

Although both phones will still get timely Android updates for two years, the Cherry Mobile G1 is obviously way better phone but this also means it is more expensive than the One at a Php2K difference. To sum it up, if you want a better performing Android One smartphone then get the G1, but if you’re in a tight budget, the One is your next option.



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. Zobel says:

    32 GB lang SD support nya? Mura na ang 64 GB ngayon. Another reason not to get this.

    • vekou says:

      usually, pag nakalagay ay 32GB support, kaya nun hanggang 64GB.

    • AndroidM says:

      To each their own… For people looking for a budget friendly phone with updates coming directly from Google, this phone is the one for you. But if you’d rather buy a branded phone such as Samsung, LG, Sony, etc. and get stuck on Kitkat or Jellybean or even Lollipop, then by all means don’t get this phone.

      Android One = Cheap Google Nexus phone

    • John Love says:

      Before aspiring for a 64gb sd, are you aware that up to now, Android still treats the sd card as an external hard drive? That means you can only use the sd card for picture and videos taken with the camera – not as increased memory for running apps that you downloaded from playstore.

    • Zobel says:

      No shit, Sherlock. I already have a 64 gig. And I use it mainly for, you guessed it, movie and TV files. I’m not interested in moving apps to SD (apart from backing them up including their data.) My few hundred apps don’t even get to 3 gig on the internal storage. I rarely use my two year old 32 gig now. I’m just waiting for the price drop and phone support for 128 and then that’s what I’ll start to buy.

  2. Secreto says:

    Baka naman wala pading “Move to SD Card” ito? HALOS sayang lang ung 32 GB SD kung ganun

    • fms says:

      wla cguro. dahil sa 1st gen wla sa 8gb. sa 4gb variant lang meron. lalo na ngayon na 16gb na ang internal nya.

      sa cherry mobile one ko nga nag flash ako nang 4gb version nya para may move to sd sya.

  3. Eretado says:

    Daming arte ang mga letche na ito.. Wag kayong bumili.

  4. Archie says:

    Hello Yugatech! pwede nyo po ba i-try yun Quick Charge 1.0/2.0 technology ng Qualcomm dito sa Cherry Mobile Android One G1 pls? Compatible naman daw kasi sa Quick Charge yun processor ni G1 na Snapdragon 410. Maraming salamat :)

  5. jay says:

    san ba pwede maka bili nito?

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