Torque’s Summer Sale is on! You can choose from 11 combos. They offer cheap dual and tri/tripple sim mobile phones. For example at Combo 1: Choose between the Torque D7, DQ1, D9, or DQ51 and also get the torque DQ1 for only Php 1,988.00! Available at all Torque Concept Stores, Kiosks & Dealers NATIONWIDE!
For only Php 1,699.00, you can watch your favorite TV programs on a gadget that fits your pocket! VS Found the MyPhone B16 Duo and Torque DQ20 to be the cheapest mobile phone that lets you watch TV for Free! Of the two, it looks like the MyPhone B16 is better as it has a [ Read More ]
Dual SIM mobile phones was a big hit. Most of which are “china phones” now even the big mobile phone makers have also jumped in the band wagon. But, it looks like they are bit late on innovation. Coz now, triple SIM phones are going to be the big hit. Cherry Mobile and Torque (i [ Read More ]
One of the smallest phones in the Philippine market today (that’s been selling like hotcakes lately), has finally found its match… Torque E35 Torque E35 Features Single SIM Ultra-Slim and Ultra-Compact Design Effective 1.3″ B/W FSTN LCD 96×49 pixels SMS capable Alarm, Calculator, Calendar SIM Tool Kit Not only does it have the same features, [ Read More ]
I got interested to blog about camera phone images and resolution when a reader emailed me asking what is the difference between a mobile phone with a CIF camera and one with a VGA camera. Like what I said in my previous blog about Image format of your mobile phones, it differs with the resolution [ Read More ]
I first bought the Nokia 1208 because of its small size, lightweight, it has a flash light, the colored display, one of the cheapest Nokia Phones, and its loooooong battery life… 15 days standby. Then I found out about the Torque E100. A much smaller mobile phone with colored display, and other features – see [ Read More ]
Do you ask your self what’s the difference between a mobile phone with VGA camera than that with QVGA or QCIF camera? Bet not. But let me tell you the difference: Sub-Quarter Common Intermediate Format (Sub-QCIF) – images are 128 pixels wide and 96 pixels tall (128 x 96)
Finally! One charger for all mobile phone brands and mobile phone units. From ITU Press release: The International Telecommunications Union has given its stamp of approval to an energy-efficient one-charger-fits-all new mobile phone solution. The announcement comes as ITU lobbies hard to have the essential role of information and communication technologies (ICTs) recognized in the [ Read More ]