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When all you need is your back-up phone


Mobile technology makes many parts of everyday life simpler, but what happens when your favorite iPhone or Samsung died on you when you truly need them the most, i.e., make that immediate phone call or simply post a “kodak” moment on Instagram?

Apart from having a power bank or an spare battery, a second phone can help mobile phone users deal with such situation such as this. Your second doesn’t necessary have to be as expensive as your primary phone because sometime, the affordable ones perform at par or even better the leaders in the mobile phone market.

An example of this is the emerging electronics company from the US that manufactures cell phones and smartphones in Asia, specifically in the Philippines.

O+ 8.15 review

Recently, the company launched its first smartphone that sports a quad core processor and BSI camera. Like other flagship models of O+, the 8.15′s retail box is similar to 8.9‘s. It’s placed in a cardboard box with minimalistic designs on it. The specifications of the device are listed at the back portion of the box:

DISPLAY: 5-inch HD IPS
SIM: Dual
PROCESSOR: 1.2GHz quad-core MT6589
OPERATING SYSTEM: Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean
RAM: 1 GB
ROM: 8 GB
CAMERA:
8MP BSI autofocus w/ LED (rear)
2MP (front)
CONNECTIVY: 3G, HSDPA
Wi-Fi: Yes, Wi-Fi hotspot
BATTERY: 2000mAh
PRICE: ₱ 12,183.00 (as seen on Lazada)

With these impressive features, it’s quite easy to decide to get a second phone. You see, sometimes, your second phone is the phone that meets your mobile requirements.

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