MyPhone Rio 2 Fun spotted in the wild, specs

One by one, we are seeing those follow-ups from the first members of the MyPhone Rio family and MyPhone Rio Fun is no exception just like what happened recently in MyPhone Rio 2 Craze.

One Facebook user posted these series of pictures as she bought a still unannounced MyPhone Rio 2 Fun.


The 13th MyPhone Rio member has Android 5.0 Lollipop, 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, 5 inch IPS FWVGA display, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB ROM, 5 MP rear camera with flash, 5 MP front camera, 3G capable. dual SIM, WiFi, Bluetooth and 2,000 mAh battery.



From the 1st picture, it looks like it's the power/unlock button which reminds me of a few number of Sony Xperia phones. Looking at the back section, it is the first MyPhone handset with the new logo (which was also formally introduced during the MyPhone Rio 2 launch and first seen on this blog during the 2nd MyPhone Bloggers and Media meet-up) and it has a different kind of texture which is not the same as the MyPhone Rio 2. The uploader said that this device was over Php 3,000

From the specs above, it is really an upgrade versus the 1st MyPhone Rio Fun which was launched last May 2014. Image credits to Ann Haya Rafael Deza of MyPhone Rio 2 Official FB group

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June 15, 2015

MyPhone Rio 2 Fun spotted in the wild, specs

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One by one, we are seeing those follow-ups from the first members of the MyPhone Rio family and MyPhone Rio Fun is no exception just like what happened recently in MyPhone Rio 2 Craze.

One Facebook user posted these series of pictures as she bought a still unannounced MyPhone Rio 2 Fun.


The 13th MyPhone Rio member has Android 5.0 Lollipop, 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, 5 inch IPS FWVGA display, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB ROM, 5 MP rear camera with flash, 5 MP front camera, 3G capable. dual SIM, WiFi, Bluetooth and 2,000 mAh battery.



From the 1st picture, it looks like it's the power/unlock button which reminds me of a few number of Sony Xperia phones. Looking at the back section, it is the first MyPhone handset with the new logo (which was also formally introduced during the MyPhone Rio 2 launch and first seen on this blog during the 2nd MyPhone Bloggers and Media meet-up) and it has a different kind of texture which is not the same as the MyPhone Rio 2. The uploader said that this device was over Php 3,000

From the specs above, it is really an upgrade versus the 1st MyPhone Rio Fun which was launched last May 2014. Image credits to Ann Haya Rafael Deza of MyPhone Rio 2 Official FB group

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