Cherry Mobile silently outs Cherry Roam

Cherry Mobile silently outs Cherry Roam

Cherry Mobile has silently launched their newest device in their arsenal, the Cherry Roam hotspot Wi-Fi travel device.

The device sports a 4-inch LCD touchscreen, a Qualcomm 4G LTE – MSM8909 chipset, a 5,350mAh battery, and can accommodate dual-nano SIM cards. It can connect up to 5 devices at the same time and can be used in over 100+ countries worldwide. Users can control the device by downloading the CherryRoam application in Google Play or Apple Store.

[appbox googleplay com.wws.cherryroam]


[appbox appstore 1429532785]

Cherry Roam specifications:

  • 4-inch LCD touchscreen
  • Qualcomm MSM8909 4G LTE chipset
  • WPA2-PSK
  • LTE, HSPA+, DO, 1X
  • LTE FDD Band: 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/9/17/19/20
  • LTE TDD Band: 38/39/40/41
  • WCDMA Band: 1/2/4/5/6/8/9/19
  • GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • dual-nano SIM slots
  • USB 2.0 input
  • micro USB 2.0 output
  • 5,350mAh battery
  • 15 hours standby
  • 126.5 x 65 x 19mm
  • 240g

The Cherry Roam is priced at Php6,990 and is now up for pre-purchase or rental services. The company is also offering an unlimited day pass which includes a 24-hour unlimited internet access with up to 4G/LTE speeds. Users who consume 1GB data within the day will have their connection speed throttled down to 256Kbps. The data will reset every 12MN PST. There are two packages — Global Day Pass for P550 per day (1GB data + Unlimited Browsing data to over 100+ countries worldwide) and Asian Day Pass for P250 per day (1GB data + Unlimited browsing data to 14 Asian countries).

Note: All packages are valid for three days.

Customers may email their orders or inquiry to [email protected] or send an SMS to 0996-668-7777.

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Vaughn is your go-to person when it comes to comparing gadgets especially smartphones. He's also a gamer by heart and the "Hackerman" of the team.

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3 Responses

  1. PopTheirCherry says:

    But does this come equipped with Cherry Mobile’s suite of deadly malware and adware? They put pre-installed malware like Adups/SMS REG etc. in their phones (in the system/app folder), that is capable of stealing your: credit card info, contact info, contact numbers, account numbers (Paypal, Paymaya, etc.), passwords, and other sensitive information (you know those full banner ads that pop-up? That’s right. they install it while you’re using online and they use YOUR LOAD to do it!).

    This is clearly a violation of R. A. 10173 or the Data Security Act of 2012. Have you had your data compromised, because you used this company’s products? Post your email below my post and we’ll contact you. We are organizing a class action lawsuit on behalf of Cherry Mobile’s customers who have been victimized by this so called “Filipino” company, who enables foreigners to access Filipino customers private data by means of these kinds of pre-installed malware that send YOUR data to Chinese servers overseas.

    This company’s greed MUST be stopped. Join us now! #CherryCrushNa!

    • Firefly says:

      Lol.have you heard of “google play protect”? FYI, Cherry Mobile is google certified.

  2. JM Cruz says:

    LOL! Firefly, another company with adups in their phones. I totally agree with Pop, CM is violating their customers rights. And BTW, Firefly, Google Play did not certify most CM of CM’s apps. In fact, the CM e-warranty app is constantly being flagged by the Play Store as a harmful application, every time you go online.

    FYI, malware disguised as system apps cannot be flagged by the Play Store because it’s an in-system app, not an installed app. Ayan Firefly, may natutunan ka na ba? NOOB! Hahaha!

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