The CloudFone design or rather the Clever Blue color is the first thing that caught our attention. That’s just beautiful, even with the Jet Black and Iron Gray suit. Well, the GEO 400q got a mono block form factor with a curved back to ergonomically fit your hands.
Let’s move on and find out what’s inside. So, underneath the 4-inch 850 x 480 resolution display, you’ll get a raw quad core processor set at 1.3GHz. If you’ll be comparing the GEO 400q to Starmobile’s Play, it would easily reach the checkered flag first. One reason, it got a Php1K difference. But, it also got the same RAM at 512MB, and internal 4GB storage capacity, which is still upgradable to up to 32GB on microSD. Both also runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, with a 5MP main camera with flash, dual SIM with 3G, and a 2000 mAh worth of battery.
CloudFone GEO 400q is in fact priced at Php3,999. However, with the free 2 months Globe PowerSurf 299 with a 50% off on the 3rd month, it basically cuts about Php750 off the tag. The Globe freebie here is actually familiar, which is about the same with what’s included with the Galaxy Data SIM promo.
The PowerSurf 299 includes free 300MB of online access valid for 30 days, which makes it 600MB for 2 months. You can just key in FREE2PS299 and send to 8888. A Php1.00 maintaining balance is necessary to continue using the promo.
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