Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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MyPhone myX8 Specs Teased Ahead of July 1 Launch! Update: Price Revealed!

Update: Despite being a few days away from the official launch on July 1, the MyPhone myX8 price was quickly revealed on the local brand’s Facebook page. Unfortunately, that post has since been deleted, but not before the above image could be grabbed.

So it seems that if you’re buying it on launch day, you can get a free Digital TB Dongle. What’s more is the return of the Philippine map on the back, which initially wasn’t shown on previous product photos of the phone. So do you guys think the MyPhone myX8 SRP of PHP 4,999 is a good one? Yay or nay? Let us know in the comments!

Original Article:

MyPhone can be counted on to surprise us every now and then with a great affordable handset. This time around, it’s looking to be the MyPhone myX8, which is slated for a launch on July 1. Weirdly though, it seems they couldn’t wait for the official launch to reveal the specs as they’ve gone ahead and revealed them already. Here’s what we know so far.

MyPhone myX8 Specs

DISPLAYSize5.45"
ResolutionHD+
Aspect Ratio18:9
MultitouchYes
PLATFORMOSAndroid Oreo 8.1
ChipsetMediaTek MT6739
CPU1.25GHz Cortex A-53 quad core processor
GPUPowerVR GE8100
MEMORYRAM2GB
Internal16GB
CAMERAPrimary8mp Sony sensor
Autofocus
Secondary5mp
CONNECTIVITYNetworkUp to 4G/LTE Cat. 4
WLANa/b/g/n
Bluetooth4.2
GPSYes, with A-GPS, GLONASS
BATTERY4,000 mAh
MISCPriceTBA

While it seems weird that the local phone brand would leak what isessentially the entire spec sheet for what they might hope to be their next hit, they have had a few pricing mishaps in the past. Perhaps this is their way of getting a feel for what the market is willing to shell out for these specs before deciding on an official SRP on July 1. What do you guys think? Hit us up in the comments below!

[Source: MyPhone]

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Back when I started MobileTechPinoy in 2012, phablets weren't a thing yet. I enjoyed the stares I got from iPhone owners whenever I whipped out my Samsung Galaxy Note at the time. I'm much more budget-conscious these days though and am perfectly fine with using phones from any of our locally brands.