Polaroid Diamond 3G+, PRO97135 on Sun Plan 450

Sun Cellular’s latest offer under their Plan 450 is a bundled device — a 7-inch Polaroid 3G tablet and a 3.5-inch 3G Android smartphone. We took a closer look at both devices to see if they’re well worth the Php450 monthly plan from Sun.

Both the tablet and the smartphone are branded under Polaroid, once a strong brand in the photography industry. Both devices are entry-level models but are all equipped with 3G connectivity.

The Polaroid Diamond 3G+ is a 7-inch Android tablet with a TFT display and resolution of only 480×800 pixels. The screen looks a bit washed out and pixelated once you take a closer look. Despite the dual-core 1.2GHz AW13 processor, the unit performs pretty decent and capable of running almost all the basic stuff. Storage is just 8GB but is expandable to 32GB via a microSD card.

There’s some noticeable lags or delays that you will encounter from time to time and don’t expect it to be able to perform well with graphics-intensive games. The tablet is good enough for web browsing, using social apps like FB, Twitter, and FourSquare and even watching HD movies.

The normal position of the tablet is oriented horizontally, as this is still an Android ICS device. The front-facing camera is found on the top right corner, the speaker is on the left corner while the power button, volume and other ports are found on the right side of the unit.

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At the back is the flip cover for the 3G SIM card slot and microSD card slot. The smooth, matte finish of the back panel feels good on the hands and gives you a comfortable grip.

The 3.5-inch Pro97135 Carbon 3G Android phone is the other item in the bundle. We covered the unit during its official launch here in the Philippines back in May.

It’s also a basic Android phone with 3.5-inch TFT screen, 256MB RAM, 512MB internal storage, a 1.3GHz dual-core processor and the usual connectivity. It also runs Android 4.2 Jellybean and has a 1,400mAh battery rating.

Both devices come free when you subscribe to Sun Cellular Postpaid Plan 450 with a lock-in period of either 3 or 6-month period.

Unlimited Sun Calls and Texts
20 hours of Mobile Internet
250 Texts to ALL Networks

These two devices were the ones we gave away last week.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

19 Responses

  1. Aileen says:

    Na avail kmi ng ate ko in this plan.. upon a month di na gumagana ung camera nag hang up and gallery has stopped lage… i told my sis na ibalik namin sya but then matagal pa daw bago maibalik sa ami and until now wla pa ung tablet nya… sad :(

  2. sun subscriber says:

    SA TUWING PAPASOK AKO NG SUN SHOP FEELING KO BABASTUSIN AKO, UBOD NG YAYABANG AT HAMBOG NG STAFF!! Especially sa SM Southmall at Sucat! Feeling nila poor ka kce nag aapply ka sa kanila at minamata ka ng mga staff!!! BADTRIP, AKSYUNAN MO NAMAN TO MANNY PANGILINAN

  3. Nelson Labayo says:

    Ask ko lang sa package may libre sya OTG cable pero nung try namin with usb hindi sya madetect?

  4. mark says:

    matagal ba malowbat ang polaroid diamond 7

    • toberts says:

      Nag avail ako ng plan then sabi ay expandable to 32gb. ng nag tratransfer na ko ng file bale sa phone memomry at internal memory lang ang option wala sa sd card. binalik ko ng try ng new tab pero ganun pa din…

  5. meriam says:

    nag-apply ako ng plan sa sun yng 450 yng tablet n polaroid at phone..nag 3months deposit at 1month advance na ako until now wala parin yng tablet at phone ko.sabi nila nxt week mam kasi nagorder na kami sabi nun nakausap ko.pero until now wala parin mag-iisang buwan n wala prin sakin yong tablet at phone ko!!!anong klasing service meron ang sun!!!!dito ako nag-apply ng sun plan ng nepo mall dagupan…Dec.26,2013 ako ngbayad.follow up ako ng follow up sa sun plan sa nepo mall dagupan until now wala prin…

  6. Amy Silva says:

    I don’t recommend it’s just a waste of money.
    I got the handset and unit last Oct. 29, 2013 at plan 450. The handset I got was defective. I returned it for repair last Nov 13, 2013 and until now I didn’t recovered it yet.

  7. Jei Milan says:

    Red Dot/Polaroid Philippines’ after-sales service sucks big time. i got a polaroid phone back in july and had issues with the touch panel just a month later. i brought the unit to the service center and was told that i would get a replacement unit after 3 weeks. 3 months has passed and i still have not heard from any of their staff from the so-called service center in espana. i ended-up wasting more than 30 minutes just to get them on the phone. I am getting tired of the same old excuse about them still waiting for the replacement unit. just awesome.

  8. ai says:

    we avail this plan.. pero ang problema sa tablet hindi nag chacharge.. pinalitan na namin tapos ganun parin hindi nagchacharge nagtry na kami ng ibat ibang klase ng charger..hanggang sa nalobat na lang ung unit hindi parin nagchacharge..

    • xalee says:

      so pangit pla yang polaroid diamond tablet..buti nalng nabasa ko to,,mag aavail pa naman sana ako

    • toberts says:

      Nag avail ako ng plan then sabi ay expandable to 32gb. ng nag tratransfer na ko ng file bale sa phone memomry at internal memory lang ang option wala sa sd card. binalik ko ng try ng new tab pero ganun pa din…

  9. procopio says:

    so… is it well worth the Php450 monthly plan from Sun?

  10. regine says:

    both wifi ready na po ba yang 2 gadgets?? and how many months to pay po ba?

  11. mumu says:

    Since its 3G, you have to pay extra for the internet. But 3G is versatile, you can have internet access anywhere even withou Wifi.

    That said, I think there’s a smarter option than paying for 3G for a single device: buy a mobile hotspot instead. These pocket-size gizmos connect to 3G (or 4G) networks, then share that connection via Wi-Fi to as many as five nearby devices–not just one. And the monthly rates are about the same as you’d pay for one gadget with built-in 3G. o.o

  12. Wis says:

    so is it worth or not?

  13. testacct says:

    3 or 6 months lock-in period?

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