The Best of 2014: Feature phones you can buy under 1K

The Best of 2014: Feature phones you can buy under 1K




Last year, we brought you a list of feature phones you can buy for under Php1,000 which includes handsets from Nokia, Cherry Mobile, Starmobile, and MyPhone, to name a few. Now we’re back with a new list with new phones so if you’re planning to get a phone that’s good for plain texting and calling then check this out.

Cherry Mobile W1

3.2-inch resistive touchscreen display
1.3 megapixel rear camera
WiFi
Bluetooth 2.1
43.8MB internal storage
up to 16GB via microSD
Dual-SIM
FM Radio w/ Recording
1,000mAh battery
Php999

Starmobile Neptune B503

2.4-inch QVGA display
up to 16GB via microSD
mobile TV
camera
web browser
Dual-SIM
FM Radio
Bluetooth
Flashlight
Php999

MyPhone Phoenix

2.4-inch QVGA display
Dual-SIM
0.3 megapixel camera w/ flash
up to 8GB via microSD
mobile TV
Php920

O+ 2.3 Music

2.4-inch display
VGA camera
FM Radio / Recorder
up to 16GB via microSD
Torch
Bluetooth
Dual-SIM
2G connectivity
1,450mAh battery
Php999

SKK F22


 

2.8-inch WVGA display
1.3 megapixel camera
TV / FM Radio
Dual-SIM
Bluetooth
expandable memory
Php999

Samsung Keystone 2 (GT-E1200Y)

1.52-inch TFT display
4MB RAM
8MB internal storage
Dual-SIM
2G
FM Radio
Php699

KingCom !njoy 213

2.4-inch (240 x 320) display
0.3 megapixel camera
2G
Dual-SIM
Bluetooth
32MB internal storage
MP3 support
Php935

Nokia 105

1.4-inch RGB display
dust and splash proof keymat
FM Radio
Flashlight
12.5 hours talktime
35 days standby
Php970

DTC Play

1.8-inch TFT display
Dual-SIM, Dual-Standby
GPRS, WAP
1.3 megapixel camera
Flashlight (2x Torches)
Bluetooth
Wireless FM Radio
Multimedia player feature
Php599

Torque DTV10

2.4-inch QVGA
up to 8GB via microSD
camera
flashlight
Bluetooth
FM Radio
mobile TV
Php999

As you can see, some of the feature phones have improved and are now being equipped with more connectivity features like WiFi, mobile data support, and Bluetooth. Soon we’ll see entry-level Android smartphones entering this price range and will become the new standard for feature phones.



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

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3 Responses

  1. a says:

    Starmobile Neptune B503 and Torque DTV8 shares the same features and almost the same look.

    I still have the DTV8 and only thing I don’t like about it is the limit of sms (less than 100) even though I have a 2gb memory card.

  2. SunCell Subscriber says:

    Wow! No mention on the Cherry Mobile P1? I wonder what’s your criteria for “Best Feature Phone of 2014” especially with that DTC unit included there. What a joke.

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