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Long Term Evolution (LTE) is vastly improving in the Philippines nowadays. Basically, Long Term Evolution (LTE) is an internet network that reaches at a speed of 40 mbps. That is 10 times the speed of an ordinary DSL here in the Philippines. Of course, you can’t use the LTE if you don’t have an LTE device. Big time smartphone companies like Apple and Samsung are making LTE devices at a full speed and one of the local smartphone companies, O+, is finally entering into this market. They are proud to introduce the O+ Evo 4G as their first LTE device.

 

One of the key features of the O+ Evo 4G is its 64-bit processor that is capable of connecting to a better LTE.

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Other than that, the O+ Evo 4G is now upgrading its camera. The rear camera features 8 megapixel with flash and a 2 megapixel fronter. We have yet to capture using the Evo 4G but I can say that it won’t disappoint us because the previous O+ devices are above par. It also has a Dual Shot feature in which you can see to some Samsung smartphones.

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O+ is known for their innovations. Like the O+ 360 in which you can scroll and navigate just by touching the back panel. This is the kind that we Filipinos are excited about. With the Evo 4G, you can take pictures just by gesturing with a peace sign. This is so typical to a Filipino that we probably acquired to other Asian countries. Evo 4G is also having the exclusive O+ Air share that has up to 15 GB free.

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The O+ Evo 4G is now available this month with a price tag of Php 7,995. Here are the complete specs:

O+ Evo 4G 

  • 4G LTE Connectivity
  • Android 4.4 KitKat
  • 5″ HD Scratch Resistant
  • Quad Core 1.5GHz Processor
  • Dual Camera with 8MP AF Back Camera with Flash + 2 MP Front Camera
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Bluetooth
  • 8 GB Internal Memory (expandable up to 32GB)
  • Dual Micro SIM

 

Gianfranco is the co-founder of GadgetPilipinas.net. He graduated from Far Eastern University. A Psychology student turned tech-savvy. He's currently the HR Supervisor of Blip Media and one of the content producers of Gadget Pilipinas. He enjoys playing competitive video games and binge-watch American TV series.