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Unboxing the Kata T4

 

Kata will launch tomorrow the Kata T4, one of its flagship products as it breaks boundaries from providing affordable yet high grade specs.

 

Kata has been in the mobile phone market and has penetrated the filipino mass who wants and needs android smartphones today.

 

Kata T4

 

Now, Kata makes a daring move to cut a slice of the pie with the mini tablet market by introducing the T4, at the same size of the Apple iPad mini, and yet will give you the flexibility for more options.

 

Give me top 10 reasons why you should avail of the Kata T4

First, it is just not just a tablet, it’s a phablet! It has 3G dual-sim active slots. Use it as a phone an as tablet. It has 2 open line sim slots fit for any telco in the Philippines.

Second, TF/SD card expansion slot support upto 32GB. Well, bye for that price 32GB mini tablet only with other leading brands.

Third, it has a 3000mah battery. On 3G,checking my corporate emails, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, it lasted me 23 hours.

Fourth, it has a 2A fast charger and rugged USB cord. Travelling or getting inside coffee shops, you will be able to charge your Kata T4 fully in less time.

Fifth, it’s a 7.85 inch IPS HD display. Just the right size for your hands, enough to read emails, articles and look at pictures.

Sixth, it is priced at P5,999! Try to beat that! It’s less than P10t. So how much is the Kata T4 again? It’s P5,999 only.

Seventh, it is everything android. Download all games, apps, you need via the Google Play Store for FREE!

Eighth, Quad-core processor with 1GB Ram 8GB internal storage free 10GB online storage.

Nineth, dual camera 8MP rear and 5MP front

Tenth, it is available online and via the Kata Store nearest you! So order via Lazada or check out which Kata Store is nearest you!

 

 

 

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Eli has 26 years of extensive IT sales expertise in Data, voice and network security and integrating them is his masterpiece. Photography and writing is his passion. Growing up as a kid, his father taught him to use the steel bodied Pentax and Hanimex 135mm film and single-direction flash, Polaroid cameras, and before going digital, he used mini DV tape with his Canon videocam. He now shoots with his Canon EOS 30D. Photography and blogging is a powerful mixture for him.

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