Starmobile: The Non-Cheap Affordable Phones

MANILA, Philippines - A local player has entered the smartphone competition that promises quality lifestyle with affordability. Starmobile has been officially launched in the Philippines. The company has dedicated in making phones best suit a consumer's lifestyle.

''We've gathered enough insights, what consumer would need, what kind of price their looking at, and what kind of technology they're aiming for,'' said Michael Chen, President of Starmobile.

The phones range from all types and forms, giving consumers a wider variety to choose from, with good quality with a ridiculously affordable rate it's almost impossible to imagine how the company would profit from all of this.

''We wanted to be different, we want the consumers to know us based on the value, based on good products, good services and good price,'' said Consumer Marketing Head Katrina Tioseco. ''We just wanted them [consumers] to know that we're a local brand that provides quality dual-sim phones.''

Currently, their top brass champion for the arena is the FeatureSmart T601i. It is the first of a series that harnesses the best features of a smartphone at an amazing value - multi-touch capacity screen, mobile and social networking, music, games, and other apps normally seen in an iOS or an Android phone.

It boasts a highly responsive screen that reacts to a single touch. It has a rear 3.2 mega pixel camera that captures vivid pictures, which is excellent for casual photo takings indoor and outdoors. It may also challenge aspiring photographers to develop their skill.

It is equipped with an antenna for the mobile TV broadcast, so, for those stuck in a bus under serious stop traffic jams, you might really need this. Also, it has built-in Facebook and Twitter, so no need to download them as they are there and ready, which for some is good enough to stay connected with their friends and family.

Of course, it may look fancy or living a luxurious lifestyle if you have more than one device - especially two smartphones. But isn't it smarter and far more practical to utilize T601i's the true power? Its dual-sim capabilities. With it, allows a broader list of contacts from two mobile networks in one phone.

This and many other features are included in the FeatureSmart T601i. Starmobile also has other series selections that are worthy to be checked out. Each series name has its own design and a more specific feature that functions best based on the consumer's lifestyle. All of these at an affordable rate, without compromising quality.

Let's take a quick glance to these products.

The Neptune series has the widest range of selections, all specifically designed for every lifestyle needs. The most unique of them lot are the B302, T501, and the F202. The B302 has a built-in loud speaker for audio, letting a small crowd to enjoy music together, also works well for students performing dance practices as this feature eliminate the need to bring a bigger device. While the T501 is a sleek and simple mobile phone with a responsive 2.8 inch touchscreen.And the Neptune F202, a flip phone, something not seen for some time, is built to look sleek for the business oriented people.

The Mercury series is for those who prefers to keep it simple and yet, still have style and look smart. The Mercury B101 and B201 empowers its users with its simplicity and style that allows them to play wireless FM radio, video, and an expandable memory card that allows a broader range of music and video playback.

The Venus series' chic design and multimedia features keep you connected and always in style. The Venus SQ301 is a small, slider phone that already built-in soecial network medias like Facebook and instant messaging apps to stay connected all the time.

And the Jupiter series combines power packed features to optimize your personal and professional activities. Especially the Jupiter B305, as having a Bluetooth headset eliminates the need for wires, keeping a hassle free communication when on the go. And the Jupiter Q501i is interesting to note for its smart design, WiFi capabilities, and built-in social networks like Facebook, Yahoo! Messnger, Twitter, MSN and Google.

As of late, the company is developing its first ever Starmobile tablet. And promises to deliver the same quality as most tablets out there in the market and are geared for students and good living in their homes. They are developing more advanced Starmobile phones with quality and style, while retaining their promise to keep it affordable within the reach of the people.

With the recently official Starmobile launch, heading the wishes of today's mobile generation by offering twelve months warranty on parts and services from the date of purchase and nationwide service centers.

It was Michael Chen's passion for tech and gadgets that helped his vision to inspire and jumpstart dreams of the local market by empowering them with affordable and relevant technologies within their reach. After years of hard work, that dream is coming to a reality with Starmobile. They have made partners from Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China. With the inclusion of FeatureSmart, the innovative line of mobile phones designed to change mass mobile experience. In a few weeks, having sold a great deal, and receiving positive feedback, Starmobile is expected to deliver bolder and better change changing products.


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