Cherry Mobile has finally come up with a new device that looks to replace (and upgrade) the Omega 3 (again, this has nothing to do with the good fatty acid found on every can of Century Tuna) and along with it comes 4G LTE connectivity.
The aptly named Omega 4G was teased by the local brand in their Facebook page recently, and it’s quite adamant to say that the latest gadget is the epitome of their branding, “Highend Reinvented”. Now, Cherry Mobile is no stranger in outfitting their Smartphones with the boosted connection since they have been churning quite a number of handhelds with 4G as of late. The Omega 4G, not to mention that it will carry the torch of the Omega Series, will definitely be equipped with the latest pieces of modern technology.
Along this line, we’d also like to thank the generous Facebook user who uploaded a couple of images of the Omega 4G. Now we know that it will come in champagne (or gold) and will still retain Cherry Mobile’s blocky physique.
Off the box, the Omega 4G will welcome its users with a 5-inch IPS HD display screen with 720×280 resolution. It will be powered by a 64-bit, 1.0GHz MediaTek MTK6735 quad-core processor alongside an ARM Mali-T720 graphics card, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard memory. It will also have a 13megapixel with LED flash and a 5megapixel selfie clicker.
Android 5.1 Lollipop will be the Omega 4G’s Operating System together with a custom built Vanilla User Interface.
One question we’d like to air out is more of a “should have”: Cherry Mobile should have put it some extra power on the processor to augment its 2GB RAM which is becoming the new norm in mid-tier to high-end devices. And a bit more juice (read: 2,000mAh battery) would also do a world of good.
According to sources, the Cherry Mobile Omega 4G is currently available in selected stores for P5, 999.00