MyPhone my91 DTV with 13MP Rotating Camera Now Sells for Php 2,999

'Proudly Filipino' handset company, MyPhone, has just lowered the price tag of several of its entry-level 2017 Android smartphones -- just in time for your summer gadget shopping.

One of the handset models that got a big price cut is the feature-packed MyPhone my91 DTV, which had an SRP of Php 3,299 upon launch back in March 11, 2017.

You can now get this smartphone for only Php 2,999, following a Php 300 discount, if my math serves me right.

MyPhone 2017 Smartphone, MyPhone my91

It's rare for a sub-Php 3K to have multiple main selling points -- and in that sense, MyPhone my91 DTV is a true exception.

MyPhone 2017 Smartphone, MyPhone my91

I mean, not only does it have DTV functionality that lets you watch your favorite local channels with far better clarity compared to old analog TVs but the handset also has a Swiveling 13 MegaPixel autofocus camera with LED flash.

MyPhone 2017 Smartphone, MyPhone my91

This imaging set-up could very well make this model the absolute best handset in this price bracket when it comes to snapping selfies. I mean, with it, there will be no compromises between the quality of the shot taken using the rear camera compared to that of the front cam.

MyPhone 2017 Smartphone, MyPhone my91
Not to mention, the smartphone's shell even has metallic accents that make the device look more expensive than it actually is.

Other key specs of MyPhone my91 DTV include its 5-inch HD IPS display - take note: It's high-definition 1280 x 720 pixels, Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system, 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8 GB of expandable storage, Dual SIM capability, 3G HSPA+ support, and a removable 2,500 mAh battery pack, which - I think - is just right for a device of this size and power.

MyPhone 2017 Smartphone, MyPhone my91

MyPhone my91 DTV now dons this promo price at all MyPhone Concept Stores and authorized retail channels nationwide, including those that you can conveniently access online.

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