Cherry Mobile has recently launched the Cherry Mobile W900, an Android smartphone that features a 4.0 inch WVGA capacitive touch display and a good design featuring a curving body, infinity display, and black piano finish highlighted by a gold strip.
Cherry Mobile W900 is the first Cherry handset that features a big 4-inch display and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 1.2 GHz mobile CPU. It currently runs on Android Gingerbread and will soon get updated to Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
Cherry Mobile executives said the Cherry Mobile W900 targets consumers who want to make an upgrade from an entry-level Android smartphone to a better Android phone with bigger screen and added features, particularly in the camera function and web browsing speed.
Cherry Mobile W900 has everything a mid-range Android phone would have such as Wi-Fi, portable hotspot, GPS, DLNA, a 5 MP camera with good camera software and a secondary front facing camera.
Cherry Mobile W900 dual cameras feature automatic in-depth focus that lets you capture great photos.
To save on battery because it has a rather big screen size, the Cherry Mobile W900 has an Eco-mode switch that prevents short battery consumption by conserving smartphone processes, thus, increasing the hours of mobile use.
Users can also personalize the Cherry Mobile W900. Frequently used applications can be given more focus with the phone’s App Shade capability. Your favorite app icons are highlighted through color contrast for efficient management and use.
Multimedia content stored in the handset can be easily shared to other devices through the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA). It offers networking to other DLNA capable gadgets and connecting to the big screen.
Cherry Mobile W900 comes with a 1GB internal memory and expandable storage up to 32GB.
It retails for an introductory price of P9,999.
Here’s a link to my review of Cherry Mobile W900, in which I also posted photos comparing the Cherry Mobile W900 with the BlackBerry Torch 9860: Cherry Mobile W900: The ‘Dragon’ phone is here.