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Win ISDB-T DTV Box Unboxing and Review

I am happy and priviledged to review so far the most affordable yet dependable DTV Box that you can find either offline or online, this is the Win ISDB-T DTV Box.

The one that I got was the white which is the latest model from Royal Antennacraft Industries. Last November 2015, they introduced a different design yet at a bit higher price at Php 1,799



You can see the top and bottom parts of Win ISDB-T DTV Box



At the front, you can see the LCD display, channel up and down buttons, power button and regular USB port which you can use for playing media files as well as to record your fave TV shows. The back part has much packed ports like Antenna In, Antenna Out (which is the one that you will need to insert together with the provided antenna), regular HDMI out, the 3 audio and video ports, coaxial port (you can use your present over-the-air antenna here) and DC port.



The top and bottom parts of the device which is made from glossy plastic yet still looks presentable. In return, the device is light which is quite comparable to some of the phablets that I previously reviewed. I love the size of the ventilation holes to lessen the heat inside. They are confident that you can use it 24/7.



The box also includes the stock antenna with 8 meter cable (that is 3 meters longer than this known competitior) with magnetic base, A/V cable and antenna



Of course the remote is important.













Booting in the first time is quick as you will be greeted by the simple WIN logo. Better to place your antenna outside at the highest point possible. Don't worry as the antenna can sustain the heavy rains and will not disrupt the signal. Auto scan the device to get the available DTV channels in your area. In my test area in Muntinlupa, I got ABS-CBN, Sports & Action, TV5, Aksyon TV, Catsup, UNTV, ADDTV and all of 8 channels under BEAM. I noticed that it can get both the full and 1 seg channels. Of course, the DTV channel availability will be dependent in your area. Safe to say that the entire NCR was a-ok and I also tested one spot in Sto.Tomas Batangas (only the first 2 channels mentioned were visible).

The menu consists of programs (which contains EPG), picture (which you can set the aspect ratio and resolution from 480p to 1080i, based on my test do not attempt to select 1080p 60hz), channel search, time, option, system and USB which will be your haven for recording the TV shows and accessing your media files. Overall, I got no problems in terms of video quality and signal using HDMI to HDMI cable.



On recording, the device can recognize so far the FAT32 file system (not sure on other formats). Do not worry on your USB as it will auto create a folder for your recording which has an .mts video format on 60fps either I recorded a channel on HD or FHD.



On this screenshot via MX Player on Android, it recorded at 873 x 480 on a Full HD channel wile it's 640 x 480 on HD. On average, it will accumulate 1 to 1.1 GB for an hour of recording.



I did a test on recording as you can record a channel while watching another channel by scheduling the recording process by putting in the corresponding channel, time and date. Pretty cool.



The Win ISDB-T DTV Box is now available thru Lazada Philippines for Php 1,399 (just look at the corresponding picture) and Royalantennacraft Industries FB page. If you are not caring about those exclusive DTV channels and want a clearer TV viewing plus to record your fave programs, this device is a good-to-go. I will gonna rate it at 4.5 out of 5.

Better if you will gonna buy this device thru this link

Huawei T1 7.0 Plus soon for pre-order at Lazada PH, priced at Php 6490

Most Filipino students and young professionals turn to social gaming and video watching during the inevitable dead hours such as ones daily commute, breaks and vacant hours.

These are times where one can maximize their time and take the opportunity to take a break and be entertained using their device. But with the limited display size of ones regular smart phone, coupled with poor battery life, ones entertainment and gaming experiences are interrupted.



Recognizing this need, Huawei Philippines expands free time entertainment and social gaming as it offers the fast, immersive, and long lasting Huawei T1 7.0 Plus.

The phone-and-tablet-in-one device has an immersive 7 IPS display that promises 12 hours of high-quality entertainment, which is 4 hours more than the maximum battery life of existing phablet models in the market. In addition to its long battery performance, it also has a 2GB Ram and 16GB ROM that is upgradeable up to 64GB.

Even with the devices high memory, Huawei continued to take it a step further by designing the device with a 5MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera.

Its high speed and stable 3G connection also allows easily staying connected to the world.

Aside from its internal specifications, the phablet itself features a sleek design with its 8.5mm ultra-slim body, 6.5mm ultra-thin frame and aluminum alloy cover that brings an aircraft-quality metallic body.

The Huawei T1 7.0 Plus offers an ultra-thin frame design in order to increase the screen-to-body ratio of the device that makes the screen look larger. The devices light transmittance is also higher than 90%, which enables it to have clearer images and more vibrant colors.

Huawei T1 7.0 Plus functions as powerbank. The powerful 4100 mAh battery inside is capable of sharing juice to other devices via OTG cable. The T1 7.0 Plus also supports USB OTG that enables its users to directly transfer data from a USB flash drive to the device.



Turn long breaks to moments of uninterrupted quality entertainment. The Huawei T1 7.0 Plus is available for preorder at P6490 with free leather case, earphones and limited edition handcrafted canvas bag worth P1,800 through Lazada preorder site at www.lazada.com.ph/huawei-t1-7plus starting April 20-May 5, 2016.


Key Specifications:

Display: 7-inch 1024 x 600 (WSVGA) IPS screen
Touchscreen: Multi-touch control
Chipset: Spreadtrum SC7731G quad-core A7, 1.2 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM/16 GB ROM
Camera: 2 MP FF front + 5 MP AF rear cameras
Network: UMTS: 900/2100MHz | GSM: 850/900/1800/1900MHz
Wi-Fi:802.11b/g/n@2.4GHz
OS: Android 4.4+EMUI 3.0
Sensor: GPS/A-GPS, Accelerometer
Port: Bluetooth 4.0, speaker, microphone, and 3.5 mm headset jack
microSD card slot, USIM card slot, and USB port (charging/data)
Battery: 4100 mAh
Dimension: 191.8 mm x 107 mm x 8.5 mm (7.6 in. x 4.2 in. x 0.3 in.)
Weight: About 278 g
Phone function

Elephone P9000 quick hands on, camera samples

Of course, I did not miss the chance to test Elephone Philippines current flagship offering so far which is now available via Lazada Philippines - Elephone P9000

Front: 5.5 inch LTPS FHD display, 8 MP front cam with OV8858 sensor, single home button
Back: 13 MP main cam with flash & Sony IMX 258 sensor, fingerprint sensor
Internals: Android 6.0 Marshmallow, 2.0 Ghz Mediatek Helio P10 octa-core processor, 4 GB RAM, 32 GB ROM, 3,000 mAh built-on battery



Top: 3.5 mm. audio jack
Bottom: dual speakers, USB Type C



Left: dual SIM and micro SD tray, smart key button
Right: Volume rocker & power/unlock button



Glimpse of the phone with Android 6.0 Marshmallow which is kina 95% stock Android. Good thing that both cameras can be set at 16:9 aspect ratio



And the camera samples for the main and secondary shooters





I love the overall feel of the P9000 and near stock Android Marshmallow. What bothered me is the single home button which requires certain commands for going back and forth on apps which is kinda inspired on some Meizu phones.

Elephone P9000 is now available at Lazada Philippines for Php 11,499 and it comes with a free wireless charger

Elephone S1 quick hands-on, camera samples

For the start of my hands-on of the 3 Elephone devices, I went first on the most affordable of the bunch.

Here's the Elephone S1.

Front: 2 MP front cam with f/2.8 aperture, 5 inch HD display
Back: 8 MP rear camera with f/2.0 aperture & flash, finger print reader



Top: 3.5 mm audio jack
Bottom: Micro USB port, speaker, pin hole microphone



Left: SIM & micro SD slot
Right: Volume rocker, power/unlock button



It was my first time to encounter the Freeme OS 3.1 based on Android Lollipop which is a bit good enough for its 1.3 GHz Mediatek MT6580 quad-core processor. I'm happy that it has OTG support. It has over 4 GB of app storage out of 8 GB ROM. The device also has 1 GB RAM



The internal storage was supplied from Samsung. AIDA64 tells more inside of this phone.



And the rear and selfie camera samples in that order taken in Nara Balrooom of Shang in Fort





No doubt that the design reminds me of a fruity handset but it feels premium for it's SRP. The price tag is kinda enough with the inclusion of finger print which they claim that can recognize up to 360 degrees.

Elephone S1 will be available this April 18 12 noon at Lazada Philippines.

Elephone now official in the country thru Lazada PH

I'm happy that the number of smartphone brands are growing in the nation as Elephone, one of the known names in the international scene is now here.



They brought in 3 devices which will cater almost every user need but there is one common denominator, they all have finger print sensors.

They have the Elephone S1 with 3G & 1.3 GHz quad-core processor for Php 3,999; Elephone P8000 with MT6753 octa-core SoC and 4165 mAh battery for Php 7,799 and Elephone P9000 with Helio P10 octa-core SoC, NFC, wireless charging for Php 11,499 with free wireless charger





All of these devices will be available this April 18 12 noon thru Lazada Philippines. You can see the specs of each 3 phones in my hands-on related posts.
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July 22, 2016

Win ISDB-T DTV Box Unboxing and Review

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I am happy and priviledged to review so far the most affordable yet dependable DTV Box that you can find either offline or online, this is the Win ISDB-T DTV Box.

The one that I got was the white which is the latest model from Royal Antennacraft Industries. Last November 2015, they introduced a different design yet at a bit higher price at Php 1,799



You can see the top and bottom parts of Win ISDB-T DTV Box



At the front, you can see the LCD display, channel up and down buttons, power button and regular USB port which you can use for playing media files as well as to record your fave TV shows. The back part has much packed ports like Antenna In, Antenna Out (which is the one that you will need to insert together with the provided antenna), regular HDMI out, the 3 audio and video ports, coaxial port (you can use your present over-the-air antenna here) and DC port.



The top and bottom parts of the device which is made from glossy plastic yet still looks presentable. In return, the device is light which is quite comparable to some of the phablets that I previously reviewed. I love the size of the ventilation holes to lessen the heat inside. They are confident that you can use it 24/7.



The box also includes the stock antenna with 8 meter cable (that is 3 meters longer than this known competitior) with magnetic base, A/V cable and antenna



Of course the remote is important.













Booting in the first time is quick as you will be greeted by the simple WIN logo. Better to place your antenna outside at the highest point possible. Don't worry as the antenna can sustain the heavy rains and will not disrupt the signal. Auto scan the device to get the available DTV channels in your area. In my test area in Muntinlupa, I got ABS-CBN, Sports & Action, TV5, Aksyon TV, Catsup, UNTV, ADDTV and all of 8 channels under BEAM. I noticed that it can get both the full and 1 seg channels. Of course, the DTV channel availability will be dependent in your area. Safe to say that the entire NCR was a-ok and I also tested one spot in Sto.Tomas Batangas (only the first 2 channels mentioned were visible).

The menu consists of programs (which contains EPG), picture (which you can set the aspect ratio and resolution from 480p to 1080i, based on my test do not attempt to select 1080p 60hz), channel search, time, option, system and USB which will be your haven for recording the TV shows and accessing your media files. Overall, I got no problems in terms of video quality and signal using HDMI to HDMI cable.



On recording, the device can recognize so far the FAT32 file system (not sure on other formats). Do not worry on your USB as it will auto create a folder for your recording which has an .mts video format on 60fps either I recorded a channel on HD or FHD.



On this screenshot via MX Player on Android, it recorded at 873 x 480 on a Full HD channel wile it's 640 x 480 on HD. On average, it will accumulate 1 to 1.1 GB for an hour of recording.



I did a test on recording as you can record a channel while watching another channel by scheduling the recording process by putting in the corresponding channel, time and date. Pretty cool.



The Win ISDB-T DTV Box is now available thru Lazada Philippines for Php 1,399 (just look at the corresponding picture) and Royalantennacraft Industries FB page. If you are not caring about those exclusive DTV channels and want a clearer TV viewing plus to record your fave programs, this device is a good-to-go. I will gonna rate it at 4.5 out of 5.

Better if you will gonna buy this device thru this link

July 16, 2016

3T Mobile F2 Basic Phone with Powerbank function and 15,000 mAh battery spotted

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We already saw 3 mobile phone brands with basic phones/powerbanks with 5,000 mAh battery but my latest check thru Lazada Philippines just topped them off.

July 12, 2016

Cubix Cube 3 down to Php 3,999

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Right now, this is the most affordable MT6753-powered smartphone in the country which you can find via Lazada Philippines.

July 9, 2016

Cherry Mobile Flare X V2 now at P4999

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From it’s previous price of Php 6,999, Cherry Mobile just got a huge cut off from one of their most popular phablets so far.

June 28, 2016

Flash Plus 2 3 GB RAM coming soon this July

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It may be a few days more compared to their promise of end of June 2016 but we are really gonna see the 3 GB RAM version of Flash Plus 2.

June 23, 2016

Lazada PH Free Shippiing For NCR customers for under 1K of Transaction Now In Effect

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I knew that some of you had this situation in Lazada Philippines. You bought an item at around P900 and you are in Metro Manila. To avail of the free shipping, you need to add at least a small items just to go at least Php 1,001.

June 13, 2016

Infinix Note 2 price revealed ahead of official Lazada PH announcement

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Straight from Infinix Note 2 Facebook group, we already knew that the said phablet will be coming soon in Lazada Philippines.

June 10, 2016

Samsung Galaxy On7 coming soon on Lazada PH, price revealed

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I just got an email a few minutes ago from Lazada Philippines and we got a great news for Samsung smartphone loyalists on a budget.

May 24, 2016

Flash Plus 2 price revealed ahead of launch, 2 GB RAM variant on showcase

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It is only less than 20 hours away that the country will be introduced with the Flash Plus 2 via a media launch but more details spilled away online.

May 5, 2016

O+ Duo dual boot tablet now as low as below P4,500

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If you are shopping for a good dual boot Android and Windows tablet, then this one from O+ might be your best option.

April 27, 2016

Alcatel Flash 2 at Php 4990 price extended new

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Don't despair for those who missed the huge discounted price of Alcatel Flash 2 at Lazada Philippines yesterday.

April 25, 2016

Alcatel Flash 2 at Php 4,990 this April 26

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My inbox just gave a suprise from an advisory from Lazada Philippines related to the Alcatel Flash 2.

April 19, 2016

Huawei T1 7.0 Plus soon for pre-order at Lazada PH, priced at Php 6490

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Most Filipino students and young professionals turn to social gaming and video watching during the inevitable dead hours such as ones daily commute, breaks and vacant hours.

These are times where one can maximize their time and take the opportunity to take a break and be entertained using their device. But with the limited display size of ones regular smart phone, coupled with poor battery life, ones entertainment and gaming experiences are interrupted.



Recognizing this need, Huawei Philippines expands free time entertainment and social gaming as it offers the fast, immersive, and long lasting Huawei T1 7.0 Plus.

The phone-and-tablet-in-one device has an immersive 7 IPS display that promises 12 hours of high-quality entertainment, which is 4 hours more than the maximum battery life of existing phablet models in the market. In addition to its long battery performance, it also has a 2GB Ram and 16GB ROM that is upgradeable up to 64GB.

Even with the devices high memory, Huawei continued to take it a step further by designing the device with a 5MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera.

Its high speed and stable 3G connection also allows easily staying connected to the world.

Aside from its internal specifications, the phablet itself features a sleek design with its 8.5mm ultra-slim body, 6.5mm ultra-thin frame and aluminum alloy cover that brings an aircraft-quality metallic body.

The Huawei T1 7.0 Plus offers an ultra-thin frame design in order to increase the screen-to-body ratio of the device that makes the screen look larger. The devices light transmittance is also higher than 90%, which enables it to have clearer images and more vibrant colors.

Huawei T1 7.0 Plus functions as powerbank. The powerful 4100 mAh battery inside is capable of sharing juice to other devices via OTG cable. The T1 7.0 Plus also supports USB OTG that enables its users to directly transfer data from a USB flash drive to the device.



Turn long breaks to moments of uninterrupted quality entertainment. The Huawei T1 7.0 Plus is available for preorder at P6490 with free leather case, earphones and limited edition handcrafted canvas bag worth P1,800 through Lazada preorder site at www.lazada.com.ph/huawei-t1-7plus starting April 20-May 5, 2016.


Key Specifications:

Display: 7-inch 1024 x 600 (WSVGA) IPS screen
Touchscreen: Multi-touch control
Chipset: Spreadtrum SC7731G quad-core A7, 1.2 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM/16 GB ROM
Camera: 2 MP FF front + 5 MP AF rear cameras
Network: UMTS: 900/2100MHz | GSM: 850/900/1800/1900MHz
Wi-Fi:802.11b/g/n@2.4GHz
OS: Android 4.4+EMUI 3.0
Sensor: GPS/A-GPS, Accelerometer
Port: Bluetooth 4.0, speaker, microphone, and 3.5 mm headset jack
microSD card slot, USIM card slot, and USB port (charging/data)
Battery: 4100 mAh
Dimension: 191.8 mm x 107 mm x 8.5 mm (7.6 in. x 4.2 in. x 0.3 in.)
Weight: About 278 g
Phone function

April 18, 2016

Elephone P9000 quick hands on, camera samples

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Of course, I did not miss the chance to test Elephone Philippines current flagship offering so far which is now available via Lazada Philippines - Elephone P9000

Front: 5.5 inch LTPS FHD display, 8 MP front cam with OV8858 sensor, single home button
Back: 13 MP main cam with flash & Sony IMX 258 sensor, fingerprint sensor
Internals: Android 6.0 Marshmallow, 2.0 Ghz Mediatek Helio P10 octa-core processor, 4 GB RAM, 32 GB ROM, 3,000 mAh built-on battery



Top: 3.5 mm. audio jack
Bottom: dual speakers, USB Type C



Left: dual SIM and micro SD tray, smart key button
Right: Volume rocker & power/unlock button



Glimpse of the phone with Android 6.0 Marshmallow which is kina 95% stock Android. Good thing that both cameras can be set at 16:9 aspect ratio



And the camera samples for the main and secondary shooters





I love the overall feel of the P9000 and near stock Android Marshmallow. What bothered me is the single home button which requires certain commands for going back and forth on apps which is kinda inspired on some Meizu phones.

Elephone P9000 is now available at Lazada Philippines for Php 11,499 and it comes with a free wireless charger

April 15, 2016

Elephone S1 quick hands-on, camera samples

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For the start of my hands-on of the 3 Elephone devices, I went first on the most affordable of the bunch.

Here's the Elephone S1.

Front: 2 MP front cam with f/2.8 aperture, 5 inch HD display
Back: 8 MP rear camera with f/2.0 aperture & flash, finger print reader



Top: 3.5 mm audio jack
Bottom: Micro USB port, speaker, pin hole microphone



Left: SIM & micro SD slot
Right: Volume rocker, power/unlock button



It was my first time to encounter the Freeme OS 3.1 based on Android Lollipop which is a bit good enough for its 1.3 GHz Mediatek MT6580 quad-core processor. I'm happy that it has OTG support. It has over 4 GB of app storage out of 8 GB ROM. The device also has 1 GB RAM



The internal storage was supplied from Samsung. AIDA64 tells more inside of this phone.



And the rear and selfie camera samples in that order taken in Nara Balrooom of Shang in Fort





No doubt that the design reminds me of a fruity handset but it feels premium for it's SRP. The price tag is kinda enough with the inclusion of finger print which they claim that can recognize up to 360 degrees.

Elephone S1 will be available this April 18 12 noon at Lazada Philippines.

Elephone now official in the country thru Lazada PH

| 0 comments |

I'm happy that the number of smartphone brands are growing in the nation as Elephone, one of the known names in the international scene is now here.



They brought in 3 devices which will cater almost every user need but there is one common denominator, they all have finger print sensors.

They have the Elephone S1 with 3G & 1.3 GHz quad-core processor for Php 3,999; Elephone P8000 with MT6753 octa-core SoC and 4165 mAh battery for Php 7,799 and Elephone P9000 with Helio P10 octa-core SoC, NFC, wireless charging for Php 11,499 with free wireless charger





All of these devices will be available this April 18 12 noon thru Lazada Philippines. You can see the specs of each 3 phones in my hands-on related posts.

April 7, 2016

Elephone Philippines launch this April 12

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I got an email from one official from Lazada Philippines about the arrival of another well-known international smartphone brand.

Alcatel Pixi 4 6 8050E debuts in Lazada PH, 6 inch Android Marshmallow ready phablet

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We already saw the 4 inch Alcatel Pixi 4 but Lazada Philippines just gave us a surprise that there's also a 6 inch version of the said device.

March 18, 2016

Cubix Cube 3 unboxing in Rose Gold, official specs, first impressions, Antutu, camera samples

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A week ago, I got a chance to see the physical looks of Cubix Cube 3 via it's prototype unit. Last night, a big thanks to Lazada Philippines as they gave me a chance to unpack the real thing.

March 17, 2016

Elephone coming soon thru Lazada Philippines

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One of the known Chinese brands in the international tech scene Elephone will be testing the waters in our local shores as they will arrive soon via Lazada Philippines.

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