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Torque’s latest smartphones sell for as low as P2,599
After momentarily cooling off these past couple of months, Philippine phone and tablet brands are again on full throttle with the release of their respective contenders in the ongoing Android war.
Cherry Mobile has already announced its Cosmos range; MyPhone has gone full-phablet with its 5.7-inch Iceberg; and Starmobile has launched an attack on all fronts. They’re introducing devices at varying price points that may appeal to the budget-conscious masses.
Today, we're taking a look at the latest devices Torque has in store for the smartphone market (as of August 2013), namely the Torque Droidz Quad, Torque Droidz Motion, Torque Droidz
Force, and Torque Droidz Sport.
Let’s face it: As tacky as the firm's branding convention sounds, Torque's Droidz series at least hits plenty of sweet spots for local smartphone buyers. And we all know that price weighs heavily for Filipinos when it comes to shopping for gadgets. (By Alora Uy Guerrero)
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- TechnoStorm Photos Slideshow Photo By Torque Mon, Aug 12, 2013
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