Torque, a Filipino mobile phone company, has introduced into the market a smart phone that boasts of softward and hardware upgrades.
“We recognize that in today’s day and age, Filipinos use their gadgets not just for communications but for entertainment,” said Christopher Uyco, president and chief executive officer of Torque Philippines.
The new smartphone of Torque has the Droidz Flex Technology, which optimizes software to maximize the hardware capability of a handset.
Droidz Flex Technology for Android aims to provide faster, more powerful, yet very affordable Android devices for the demanding Filipino users who want to experience more with their Torque smartphone of choice.
The company said that this innovative technology is now on Torque’s new Droidz Series, which includes the Droidz Sport and Droidz Force.
The Droidz Sport features a 3.5-inch HVGA 320×480 capacitive display. Built with 1-gigahertz Single Core Spreadtrum SC6820 processor, its superior interface uses Android 2.3.6 (Gingerbread) OS matched with Mali-400 GPU.
It also has sports 2-megapixel fixed-focus camera, 3.5-millimeter stereo headset, FM radio and multimedia player, Micro-USB port, motion sensor, and lithium ion 1,500mAh battery. Its memory can be expanded to 32 gigabytes.
“We make sure that each Torque phone or tablet goes beyond offering affordable and convenient communication—we want to make movies, music and entertainment more accessible to more Filipinos with budget-friendly prices,” Uyco said.
Rosalie C. Periabras