MyPhone Infinity LTE is probably the biggest surprise of today's launch as nobody expected it. It is the biggest among all the Infinity handsets at a screen size of 5.5 inches and has dual LTE connectivity.
|Meet Infinity LTE|
|The sandstoned texttured back|
|The power button and volume rocker|
|The phone is still thin, but not as thin as the Infinity 2 and Infinity 2 Lite|
|USB port and speaker below|
The Infinity LTE is the biggest among all the Infinity phones launched yesterday at 5.5 inches. What's good with this is all of the 3 models are protected with Gorilla Glass 3 for added screen durability. When it comes to the body, it looks like an enlarged Infinity 2 Lite that looks different from the Infinity 2. It's also the thickest among all the models at 8.3 mm, which is still quite thin in today's standard. Overall, this smartphone feels as solid as the Infinity 2 Lite and was nicely built.
The initial sample shots looks good, the rear camera delivered natural colors and very acceptable results. The selfie camera is quite the surprise here, it looks unfiltered and can do well even in dim lighting conditions. Both rear and front camera has good shutter speed and
MyPhone Infinity LTE Specs
|Ron Not The DJ and Swirling Over Coffee with the pose!|
Special appearance of MyPhone execs :)
|The selfie cam looks good (pardon the oil in the my forehead LOL)|
MyPhone Infinity LTE Specs
- Display: 5.5 Inches HD 1280 x 720 w/ Gorilla Glass 3
- Processor: 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 410
- GPU: Adreno 306
- RAM: 1 GB
- ROM: 8 GB expandable via microSD card slot up to 64 GB
- Rear Camera: 13 MP
- Front Camera: 5 MP
- Battery: 2,820 mAh
- OS: Android 4.4 Kitkat (Update-able to Lollipop)
- Connectivity: WiFi, 3G, Dual LTE B1,B3,B5, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS w/ AGPS
- Sensors: Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Gravity Sensor, Magnetic Sensor, Gyroscope sensor
- Others: Dual SIM (Micro and Nano)
- Dimensions: 156 x 78 x 8.3 mm
- Weight: 154 g
- Price: PHP 8,299
|20K, just right for this chipset!|
Performance wise, this must be good enough for casual usage like light to moderate gaming, internet browsing and multitasking. Must be enough for non-heavy users.
As of the moment...
It's a good big screened everyday phone that should get the job done. While performance wise it's the weakest among all the Infinity models, it has one edge over the old Infinity Series and the Infinity 2 Lite. It has LTE connectivity that's essential for those who love fast internet on the go. The camera is also good, the screen is decent, feels great to hold and a great phone overall. However, I would have liked it better if it's priced a bit lower considering they're pitting directly this against the powerhouses under 8,000 pesos.