5.3-inch CloudFone Thrill 530QX Unveiled with 4500mAh Battery

If you loved the CloudFone Thrill 430x that was released last year which boasted a battery life of up to 3 days on a single charge, then you will also most likely love its successor the CoudeFone Thrill 530qx that comes with a much bigger 4,500mAh battery, imagine how long will that one take you to charge your phone again. That was an upgrade from Thrill 430X's 4,150Mah, plus a bigger screen display. Read on for full details.

All the smartphones' bells and whistles are less enjoyable when the battery life cannot live that long or our devices stay longer being plugged in to the wall, recharging than being used wirelessly. Many would agree that that's a bit frustrating and the people from CloudFone fully understand it. To prove that, they released the Thrill 430x last year and today they made a follow up to that one and introduced the CloudFone Thrill 530qx.

Aside from the massive 4,500mAh battery of the Thrill 530qx, it also sports a 5.3-inch IPS qHD Ergonomic Touchscreen. Which is 960x540 pixel resolution with 208ppi. It runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS. On the back panel of the device lies the 12MP autofocus camera with LED flash paired with a 5MP front facing camera. Under the hood are the 1.2Ghz Quad-core MediaTek MT6589M processor, 1GB of RAM and a built-in 4GB storage space which can be expanded via microSD card up to 32GB.

The CloudFone 530qx also offers "Intuitive Features" as per CloudFone such as the smile detection, burst shot and a face-beautifying feature. I am not sure how the smile detection and face-beautifying features work but as for the burst shots what I know about it is the camera is enabled to capture series of photos in one shot and then it's either a user picks the best image or the device auto-selects the best one. "Gesture Based Controls" are in this phone as well, like the Pop-up Play where a user can do other things on the screen while a video or movie is being played on a pop-up or floating window. There is also the Flip-to-mute feature, simply flip the phone facing down to pause a music or video or mute a call. And then the "Intelligent Answer" which works by just placing the phone next to ear to auto-answer an incoming call. MyPhone Agua Vortex also has this intelligent answer functionality that also works the same way for answering inbound calls and it can also automatically make calls, just pull up the contact person on the screen then put the phone over your ear. However this auto-dial out feature, I am not also sure if this also works in the version of CloudFone. 

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CloudFone Thrill 530qx will be available at all stores nationwide starting October 1 for a suggested retail price of Php9,999.

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