Cherry Mobile Flare P3 Lite Price is PHP 2,999, Runs Android Oreo Go Edition

The best-selling Pinoy handset company has just officially announced the official price of its three new Cherry Mobile P3 Series smartphones; All of which are now also available nationwide at all Cherry Mobile Concept Stores and kiosks.

The most affordable of the bunch is the Cherry Mobile Flare P3 Lite, which goes for only PHP 2,999.

Cherry Mobile Flare P3 Lite

This model - which is small enough to fit nicely in the pocket or the hand - features a 5-inch TrueView display with 960 x 480 resolution and tall 18:9 aspect ratio, an 8 MegaPixel camera at the back, 5 MegaPixel selfie snapper in front, 2,000 mAh battery pack, Dual SIM Dual Standby Capability, and 3G HSPA+ support.

Cherry Mobile Flare P3 Lite

For those who value security and privacy, this handset has a Fingerprint Scanner at the back, which is a real treat on a device at this price point. Once you've registered your fingerprint, simply touch the panel to unlock the interface or to open supported applications.

Cherry Mobile Flare P3 Lite

As for internal hardware, Cherry Mobile Flare P3 Lite runs its Android Oreo Go Edition operating system with a Quad Core MediaTek MT6580 processor, has 1 GB of RAM, and comes with 8GB of storage that you can beef up using the microSD card slot. Not a bad set at all for PHP 2,999 phone, right?

Android Oreo Go Edition is light version of Google's mobile OS that's meant to run on devices with modest internal hardware. As such, it minimizes lags and stuttering when doing basic activities on the handset like browsing the web, watching online movies, or checking social media applications.

Cherry Mobile Flare P3 Lite

Is this the right smartphone for you? Well, if you're finally planning to upgrade to a smartphone from your current feature phone and PHP 3,000 is the most you can spend on a new device, go ahead and check it out. I think this model should also be a good secondary handset for those who want a companion for their expensive primary smartphone.

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