Monday, July 19, 2010


Her name is {Cheekai}. She's a Q8. She's mine since April 15, 2010. I'm glad dual-SIM phones are available now in the Philippines. Cherry Mobile and MyPhone are the popular leading brands on phones of this sort. It's practicality and user-friendly make it a darling to students, housewives and business people. We Filipinos are known for texting and telecommunication networks in the country charge us low on calls and SMS.

For my case, I want my phone to store a lot of contacts; it's Qwerty keypad makes it easier and faster for me to communicate. I love how easy it is to transfer photos (I find it hard to scroll on my photos while using the phone, though) from phone to PC. It's handy. However, my unit shuts off a lot--it is not shock proof. It is a little tiring in turning it on. I was a little dismayed that it doesn't store copies of my outgoing messages. But now that I learned to set the "sent items" to its "outbox", I'm loving her more! My everyday best friend!

If funds rise, I might get the Eclipse unit.

  • Dual SIM/Dual Standby
  • QWERTY keypad
  • Trackball navigation
  • Camera 2.0 MP
  • Multimedia player
  • WIFI
  • Analog TV
  • FM radio
  • Motion sensor
  • Bluetooth (A2DP/AVRCP)
  • GPRS/MMS capable

  • Quad Band: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • Micro SD up to 4GB
  • 65K TFT, 2.2" LCD color display

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