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#1 Ryuji_tanaka

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Posted 21 December 2009 - 01:05 PM

what do you think of them?

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Posted 21 December 2009 - 08:20 PM

what do you think of them?


theyre fine. i had a samsung f488 @ 4k, it served me quite well for a year and a half, frequent falls.

fyi, dual sim, touch screen sya, served the ofw purpose of one roaming sim and a local (att) sim.

now m on a mini iphone @ 3.5k, no prob so far.


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Posted 24 December 2009 - 07:50 PM

ok naman mga china phones... wag lang masira kasi hindi daw narerepair or mahirap maghanap ng parts.

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Posted 29 December 2009 - 05:03 PM

Maganda 'yung iba na akala ko nga minsan branded pero china clone fone pala. Para sa aking suspect ang safety standards n'ya, we all knew that cp emits radioation (which studies had shown can cause cancer) and since the manufacturers of such phones don't follow a specific safety standards imposed by their country malamang mas mataas ang radiation emitted by such phones, kaya nga ako kahit anong ganda at mura 'di ako bumibili, aside from the fact na pag nasira s'ya i-discard mo na s'ya dahil non-servisable yata ang parts n'ya and/or mahirap humanap if ever man..

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Posted 29 December 2009 - 09:19 PM

Maganda 'yung iba na akala ko nga minsan branded pero china clone fone pala. Para sa aking suspect ang safety standards n'ya, we all knew that cp emits radioation (which studies had shown can cause cancer) and since the manufacturers of such phones don't follow a specific safety standards imposed by their country malamang mas mataas ang radiation emitted by such phones, kaya nga ako kahit anong ganda at mura 'di ako bumibili, aside from the fact na pag nasira s'ya i-discard mo na s'ya dahil non-servisable yata ang parts n'ya and/or mahirap humanap if ever man..


  • For every study that shows a statistic pointng to mobile phones "possibly" causing cancer, there is an equivalent study that says they don't.
  • Mobile phones do not emit radiation as we know it, as in gamma rays. They do emit radio signals in the near microwave band because at 700, 800, 1800, or 1900 megahertz those are precisely the frequencies where they live.
  • The radio transceivers used in mobile phones are intentionally not very strong with most barely transmitting at a strength of 0.3 watt. The old analog NAMPs mobile phones (remember Extelcom) used to transmit as high as 1.5 watts but that was because the cellsites then were few and far between so a mobile phone transceiver had to throw its signal over a larger area to hit a cell site. In today's world, a strong mobile phone would simply not work very well and it would disrupt the whole delicate balance of having micro and pico cell sites (yes, pico sites--ever wondered why you had bars on your phone even in the basement of malls and hotels?) because it would be hitting more than one cell site and get confused out of its wits until the phone system just kicks it off (you can do this in the digital world remember?) for disrupting the world.
Sorry, I just could not resist correcting an old wives tale. But, you are right about the China phones. I bought one once because I wanted to watch free-to-air television in the car and it works but the user interface sucks like a vacuum cleaner. And when I accidentally kneeled on it while getting something behind me, it was goodbye and next phone please because there were no parts available.

Edited by boomouse, 29 December 2009 - 09:21 PM.


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Posted 01 January 2010 - 02:32 PM

ok naman mga china phones... mabilis lang talaga malowbatt tsaka yung ibang china phones low quality talaga

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Posted 24 January 2010 - 08:42 PM

guys ano magandang dual-sim china cellphone? gagamitin ko kasi for Smart & Sun retailer sims..budget: 2-2.5K..dual active/dual standby..saka simultaneously present yung SIM menu (xpressload menu & Smart menu)?

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Posted 29 January 2010 - 03:12 PM

I recently bought a "Nokia N98+", and so far so good with the unit. It has features that you can't get from branded phones costing 10k below. Dual sim, tv, touch screen, radio, camera (photo and video), player, memory card insert, comes with 2 batteries as well.

Features-wise, china phones go for quantity than quality. I had a chance to put the video and camera to use, and after reviewing the pictures and videos that I took, they're no better than the 1st gen phone cams (even on high quality mode). The TV function rarely gets reception from local UHF channels, instead getting close to clear VHF channels. Radio works well so far, as well as touchscreen. Battery lasts for 3 days max.

Edited by fickereinz, 29 January 2010 - 03:13 PM.


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Posted 18 March 2010 - 12:07 AM

Madaling madischarge ang battery nitong mga China phone as complained by my GF who bought 2 weeks ago.. :thumbsdownsmiley:

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 02:56 AM

Di rin naman Cheap eh, actually mapapamahal ka pa nga...

Unang una lagi mong need mag charge, mabilis malobat.

Pangalawa, Pag nasira hirap hanapan ng parts (according to my experience )

Pangatlo, di kumpleto ng features...


Ayun nga lang gayang gaya ang ORIG... Fashion ba gah :D


Pero mas prefer ko pa rin ang orig.

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 09:51 AM

guys ano magandang dual-sim china cellphone? gagamitin ko kasi for Smart & Sun retailer sims..budget: 2-2.5K..dual active/dual standby..saka simultaneously present yung SIM menu (xpressload menu & Smart menu)?

peace!


Try mo 'yung Cherry bro, branded s'ya actually pero mura lang s'ya at dual sim pa....


Madaling madischarge ang battery nitong mga China phone as complained by my GF who bought 2 weeks ago.. :thumbsdownsmiley:



Di rin naman Cheap eh, actually mapapamahal ka pa nga...

Unang una lagi mong need mag charge, mabilis malobat.

Pangalawa, Pag nasira hirap hanapan ng parts (according to my experience )

Pangatlo, di kumpleto ng features...


Ayun nga lang gayang gaya ang ORIG... Fashion ba gah :D


Pero mas prefer ko pa rin ang orig.


Tingin ko nga pag nasira idi-dispose mo na s'ya eh....

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Posted 20 March 2010 - 03:13 AM

@agent_mulder: thanks for the advise pre..actually a cuz also suggested myphone & torque..so alin sa tatlo (cherry mobile, torque, myphone) pinaka-ok na dual SIM dual standby phone? same conditions apply..also yung durable, hindi flimsy yung keypad, etc...

Edited by Fusarium_jimini, 20 March 2010 - 03:22 AM.


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Posted 28 April 2010 - 09:12 PM

china phones are cheap, exact replica(physically) of the original,limited application... ok na rin for txting & calling...
sa 11/88 mall infront of 168 mall may repair service kaya lang after a week pa bago makuha

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Posted 02 May 2010 - 11:17 AM

Experience ko with China phones is that super daling ma-drain ang battery, saka ang pangit ng user interface. Binenta ko akin after 3 weeks of use. Loose kasi ang charging pin, which made it difficult to charge the phone.

If you want a good dual SIM phone which is cheap, try Cherry Mobile (also a China brand) or myPhone, which is also a China-made phone imported by Solid Group of Companies (sila yung distributor ng Sony sa Pinas, also owner of Destiny Cable TV). Both these phone brands have a one-year warranty on their phones. Yung prices nila for midrange is P3,000+ lang, pantay sa generic China counterparts.

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Posted 06 May 2010 - 07:53 PM

mga sir patulong naman binigyan ako ng sis ko ng iphone clone with wifi... ok nmn yun wifi ang problem ko lng d ko xa maregister sa mms,3g... 2 sim gamit ko smart at globe pero nahihirapan ako maregister xa...

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Posted 06 May 2010 - 08:33 PM

mga sir patulong naman binigyan ako ng sis ko ng iphone clone with wifi... ok nmn yun wifi ang problem ko lng d ko xa maregister sa mms,3g... 2 sim gamit ko smart at globe pero nahihirapan ako maregister xa...


TRY THIS

How to Configure China Phones MMS and GPRS Manually



Creating Data Accounts

Steps:

1. Open Services Menu.

2. Open Data Account.

3. Open GPRS.

4. Create/Edit Data Account and enter the following values:


For Globe MMS Data Account:



* Account Name: GlobeMMS
* APN: mms.globe.com.ph
* User Name: leave it blank
* Password: leave it blank
* Auth. Type: Normal

For Globe GPRS Data Account:



* Account Name: GlobeGPRS
* APN: www.globe.com.ph
* User Name: leave it blank
* Password: leave it blank
* Auth. Type: Normal



For Smart MMS Data Account:



* Account Name: SmartMMS
* APN: mms
* User Name: leave it blank
* Password: leave it blank
* Auth. Type: Normal



For Smart GPRS Data Account:



* Account Name: SmartGPRS
* APN: smart1
* User Name: leave it blank
* Password: leave it blank
* Auth. Type: Normal



5. Save the Data Account.




Configuring WAP/GPRS/Internet Services Using the Data Accounts Created



1. Open Services Menu.

2. Open WAP.

3. Open Settings.

4. Open Edit Profile.

5. Create/Edit a Profile and enter the following values:



For Globe GPRS Profile:



* Rename Profile: myGlobe GPRS
* Homepage: http://www.globe.com.ph/globe.asp
* Data Account: GlobeGPRS (this data account is the one you have created)
* Connection Type: HTTP
* Proxy Address: 203.177.042.214
* Proxy Port: 8080
* Username: leave it blank
* Password: leave it blank



For Smart GPRS Profile:



* Rename Profile: SmartGPRS
* Homepage: http://wap.smart.com.ph
* Data Account: SmartGPRS (this data account is the one you have created)
* Connection Type: HTTP
* Proxy Address: 010.102.061.046
* Proxy Port: 8080
* Username: leave it blank
* Password: leave it blank



6. Save the Profile.

7. Activate the Profile.

8. WAP/GPRS/Internet services now ready to use. In case you encounter errors, double check the Data Account and Profile created. In some cases you need to restart the phone.



Configuring MMS Using the Data Accounts Created



1. Open Messages.

2. Open MMS.

3. Open Message Settings.

4. Open Server Profile.

5. Create/Edit a Profile and enter the following values:

For Globe MMS Profile:



* Rename Profile: GlobeMMS
* Homepage: http://192.40.100.22:10021/mmsc
* Data Account: GlobeMMS (this data account is the one you have created)
* Connection Type: HTTP
* Proxy Address: 192.040.100.020
* Proxy Port: 8080
* Username: leave it blank
* Password: leave it blank



For Smart MMS Profile:



* Rename Profile: SmartMMS
* Homepage: http://10.102.61.238:8002
* Data Account: SmartMMS (this data account is the one you have created)
* Connection Type: HTTP
* Proxy Address: 010.102.061.046
* Proxy Port: 8080
* Username: leave it blank
* Password: leave it blank



6. Save the Profile.

7. Activate the Profile.

8. MMS services now ready to use. In case you encounter errors, double check the Data Account and Profile created. In some cases you need to restart the phone.


If your SIM card is previously activated using other phones specially those phones supported by Globe and Smart, no need to activate your SIM. This is also valid for postpaid users since SIM cards are pre-activated for MMS, GPRS and other services.



But if your SIM is not yet activated or never been used for MMS and GPRS, you need to activate your SIM before you can use MMS and GPRS services.


IN MY EXPERIENCE IT WILL BE ACTIVATED 2-3 DAYS

#17 flipp0

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Posted 04 December 2010 - 01:38 AM

ano po ba yun best clone phone ng ipod4g..or ano clone phone ang maganda may wifi, touch screen etc?....

#18 Ryuji_tanaka

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Posted 21 December 2010 - 07:10 PM

guys, be careful of cherry mobile meteor that is being sold for 3k and below, its not a true cherry mobile meteor.

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Posted 21 December 2010 - 11:04 PM

I noticed that the fonts of most China phones are more difficult to read than genuine Nokia phones - even if Nokia tend to have smaller sized fonts.

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Posted 27 July 2012 - 03:06 AM

I didn't purchase them when they first came out, noon kasi mabagal ang response, madali masira ang keypad and battery problems which i experienced with my 1st MyPhone (bought it because it had AM radio for emergency use) as well as from people I know who has them.

But lately it seemed to have improved, already bought another MyPhone, CDRking Fastphone and Firefly. Response is better. I use them as my main phone kasi nag co-commute lang ako and call it my sacrificial phones kung manakaw o mawala sa biyahe and use my android phone separately.




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