This Android Smartphone Sells For Only Php 999 or $20 USD

What phone can you buy for Php 1,000 these days?

Probably an all-plastic feature-phone with an alpha-numeric keyboard that has MP3 player functionality along with a bright LED torchlight.

Or maybe, a good Nokia 3310 (2017) knock off -- just kidding! Don't buy fake.
We don't support that.

Anyway, if you're currently thinking about buying a handset - for whatever purpose - and a thousand bucks is all you intend to spend on it, here's one that you might want to consider.

The Cubix Cube OnRev Astro - also known as Cherry Mobile Astro 2 - is currently on sale via Lazada Philippines' 2017 Online Revolution promo for just Php 999 -- from having a regular price tag of Php 1,699.

For that amount, you already get a touchscreen Android smartphone with a fairly clear 4-inch WVGA display, a 5 MegaPixel fixed focus rear camera with LED flash, 2MP front cam, removable 1,200 mAh battery pack, Dual SIM Dual Standby Capability, and 3G HSPA+ mobile connectivity support.

Under the hood, it runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS with a 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor, has 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of storage that's easily expandable using the microSD card slot.

It's by no means a powerhouse smartphone and its cameras are far from stellar -- but hey, for Php 999, it's hard to complain about these things.

As an Android handset, Cubix Cube OnRev Astro gives you access to the entire Google Play Store marketplace where you can download a plethora of useful and popular applications like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Viber, Tinder, among many, many others. From there, you can also get light games that aren't too taxing on internal hardware.

Unlike most feature-phones, this full-fledged smartphone allows you to connect to WiFi or mobile data network so you can always stay connected with your friends, workmates, and loved ones -- anytime, anywhere.

Interested? You can purchase this budget-friendly smartphone HERE. There are a variety of payment options, including Cash on Deliver.

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