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This is the Cherry Mobile Flare S6 and S6 Plus




This could be your first look at the Cherry Mobile Flare S6 and Flare S6 Plus, launching in the Philippines this October 12.

Both of these devices sport the same 18:9 display of the same size and resolution (Cherry Mobile calls this the TrueView Display), as well as a fingerprint scanner that’s now placed in the rear which is similar to the recently-released Desire line of devices.

The underlying difference lies in the carrier features. The Flare S6 has single cameras both at the front and rear sides and sports a quad-core MediaTek chip.

Cherry Mobile Flare S6 rumored specs:
5.7-inch HD IPS display @ 1440 x 720 px, 282 ppi
2.5D Glass
1.5GHz Quad-Core MediaTek MT6737T
Mali 720 MP2 GPU
3GB RAM
32GB internal storage
Expandable via microSD card up to 128GB
13MP rear camera with LED Flash
8MP front camera with LED Flash
4G LTE
Dual SIM (micro), Dual Standby
WiFi 802.1.1 b/g/n
Bluetooth 4.0
GPS, A-GPS
Fingerprint scanner
Android 7 Nougat
3200mah battery
159 x 74 x 8.4 mm
169g

Meanwhile, the Cherry Mobile Flare S6 Plus carries not one, not even two, but four cameras as it sports two pairs of shooters at both front and back. Both of them sport the same megapixel resolutions with the same depth of field purpose. This one’s going to be available in gold and black colors.

Cherry Mobile Flare S6 Plus rumored specs:
5.7-inch HD IPS display @ 1440 x 720 px, 282ppi
2.5D Glass
1.5GHz Octa-Core MediaTek MT6750T
Mali T860 MP2 GPU
4GB RAM
64GB internal storage
Expandable via microSD card up to 128GB
20MP+5MP rear cameras with two dual LED Flash modules
20MP+5MP front cameras with LED Flash
4G LTE
Dual SIM (micro), Dual Standby
WiFi 802.1.1 b/g/n
Bluetooth 4.0
GPS, A-GPS
Fingerprint scanner
Android 7 Nougat
3200mah battery

If these are indeed Cherry Mobile’s new premium Flares, then we’re estimating that the Cherry Mobile Flare S6 and S6 Plus will be priced at Php6,490 and Php8,990, respectively. The country’s top local brand is expected to launch these devices by October 12, so stay tuned.



Get in touch with Carl at @lamielcarl on Twitter or visit his website for more updates!

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8 Responses

  1. Jj says:

    Budget wise. It is a good deal

  2. Pauldiapz says:

    but durability?

  3. Lito says:

    I’m interested and hoping this is the best ever local phone in the market condidering the price is very low compare to other local phones.

  4. Nicholo Patrick Cacho says:

    nice budget phone for 4GB ram phone

    • Dothackjhe says:

      Okay sana yung malalaking RAM capacity na phones kaso hinahatak din ng bloatwares kapag stock OS ang gamit.

  5. SOMii says:

    I’ll still choose CEP 2 Pro :)

  6. danie says:

    bago lang poba yan

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