Quoting an older post:
Whether giant mobile phone distributors in the Philippines like it or not, there's no stopping Chinaphones' increasing share in the country's cellphone consumer pie -- and I think, with good reason: Chinaphones are dirt cheap yet feature rich ~ qualities that rarely go together, especially in more popular cellphone brands.
(If anything, I think, the presence of good Chinaphones in the market today should challenge bigger cellphone manufacturers to up their game.)
Chinaphones have become so feature packed lately, that - believe it or not -
... there's already one that runs on Google's open-source Operating System, Android!
Check out SciPhone N12:
Looks cool, right? It actually makes you forgive SciPhone for creating those lousy iPhone knock-offs.
624MHz Marvell processor
runs genuine Android OS,
sports both quadband GSM and WCDMA (3G),
a GPS module,
CMMB TV support,
3.2 megapixel camera
Roughly $234 or around P12,000 (BTCC) -- Woot! For a phone sporting 3G, Wifi, TV and a great OS, that's really neat!
Keep tuning in for updates on its availability in Pinas.