DTC Releases Newest And Affordable Smartphones

After the successful launch of its first Android mobile device last year, DTC Mobile, a leading creator of budget mobile devices in the Philippines, introduces yet another suite of dual SIM smartphones, including the cheapest Android phone to have hit the Philippine market, along with two new additions to its array of low-cost phone offerings.

Created for the savvy yet budget-conscious mobile user, DTC's newest creations offer total mobile experience like no other. With improved features and capabilities such as lighter, more impressive profiles, and enhanced technologies, the 4th wave units offers more style and functionality to help users fuse digital connectivity into daily living.

Apart from being dual SIM capacitive, each DTC phone is crafted by the world's top mobile experts using revolutionary tools and techniques, surpassing strict international standards. The result: budget-friendly mobile devices that are stylish and easy to use, and offer the same quality as their high-end counterparts in the market.

Feast your eyes on these 4th wave units and discover why DTC gives the best value for your money:

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DTC GQ6

The cheapest of three 4th wave DTC units, the GQ6 retails at only P999 and comes in a chic teal exterior and an ultra light, compact size to fit any bag or pocket. This QWERTY phone comes with the basic phone staples and more: bluetooth, FM radio, an MP3 player and VGA camera, plus GPRS and WAP so you can access social media channels anywhere you are.

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DTC GE3 TV

Sporting a sleek black front alloy casing, the GE3 is equally sporty and functional. It supports up to 8GB worth of files so you can play your favorite MP3s and take tons of photos and videos with the built-in 1.3mp camera. Pre-installed apps can be easily accessed via GPRS or WAP, and files transferred via bluetooth.

Built for TV philes, it features superb battery life, massive rear speakers that deliver vivid, crisp audio, and a 2.4'' TFT LCD display that yields stunning visual clarity. Coupled with superior reception capabilities, this sassy TV phone guarantees optimum TV viewing while on the move - all that for only P1,499.

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DTC GT5 Astroid Plus

Pegged at only P2,999, the Astroid Plus is the country's most affordable Android phone to date. Boasting a thin, elegant glass finish and fiery red rear cover, it makes for a high-end, classy looking yet cost-efficient Android device.

An improved version of the earlier GT3 Astroid, it offers enhanced capabilities including a 1GHz single-core processor for smoother and faster touchscreen transitions; louder and clearer audio quality; and an upgraded OS, from the old Android Gingerbread 2.3.4 to 2.3.6.

Whether you're capturing point-and-shoot opportunities via the 2.0MP cam, or using pre-installed apps such as Angry Birds, Facebook, Twitter, YM or Google Talk, the highly responsive 3.5-inch HVGA LCD display provides vibrant, crisp colors for a stunning visual experience.

And with an impressive 32 GB SD capacity, you can easily download and access all the good stuff at the tip of your fingers

True to its word, DTC continually adheres to its commitment to make innovation available to all walks of life, no matter the budget, without sacrificing style and performance. Truly, a mobile company that gives more bang for your buck.

Don't be left out. Experience the DTC difference today. Head on to the nearest DTC Mobile kiosk or Mega One Phones and Gadgets outlet and grab a DTC mobile phone now, or purchase one online from Lazada Philippines.

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