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International Review By teknogadyet.com on

The Cherry Mobile Flare 3 is no doubt the new standard for smartphone in the 4K category, it has the best price-specs combination you can find in the local market.It is not a perfect device, it has some flaws like not-so-loud loudspeaker and below...

International Review By yugatech.com on

When it comes to pricing their devices Cherry Mobile has been known to offer decent specs at affordable price points. One device that backs up this claim is the Flare 3 which we were able to try out for a period of time. Is it a phablet worth your money?...

International Review By technobaboy.com on

The Flare 3 is currently a hit for the local company Cherry Mobile. Inventory runs out wherever it was sold. I've already gushed about it during my initial impressions of the device. Now, let's find out why this P3,999 wonder is the “Best Flare Ever.”...

International Review By techpinas.com on

Given the tremendous market success of its direct predecessors - the first generation Flare and the Flare 2.0 , Cherry Mobile Flare 3 truly has a lot to live up to. Nonetheless, considering everything it offers to consumers for a price almost everyone...

International Review By techpinas.com on

Remember the Dual Core Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 from 2012? That's the first phablet to ever be released in the market and back then, that device had an SRP in the Philippines in the area of Php 36,000 upon...

International Review By teknogadyet.com on

The Flare 3 is a self-proclaimed "Phablet ng Bayan" and I can say that it has the bragging rights to do that. It retails for only 3,999 pesos, yet it sports specifications that are truly amazing, it is undoubtedly the best device in its is price...

International Review By unbox.ph on

When Cherry Mobile's event today began, the brand asked the attendees what kind of specs they expected from a phone that cost around Php 3,999. A quad-core processor? Sure. 1GB of RAM? Probably not. 5-inch, IPS OGS display with scratch resistant glass?...