PLDT HOME Telpad Gets Quad Core Upgrade

PLDT recently introduced a faster PLDT HOME Telpad. Previously available in Dual-Core, the refreshed Telpad is now powered by a Quad-Core processor. With the upgrade, the new Telpad now has twice the power to multitask and handle graphic-heavy apps and games than the previous Telpad model.

For those who are not familiar with the device, PLDT Telpad is a landline phone and an Android tablet combo. Aside from calls, the Telpad offers added features such as Internet browsing, multimedia, games and a lot more via its tablet. The Quad Core Telpad (tablet) has a 7-inch IPS display with 1024 x 600 pixel resolution. It has a 3.0 MP camera, Bluetooth, GPS and an MHL to HDMI interface that allows you to connect the device to HDTVs. The tablet is powered by a Cortex A9 Quad Core processor and a 4100 mAh battery. The Telpad comes pre-installed with apps such as Spinnr for music streaming (powered by SMART Music), Clickplay for movies, MyPinoyTV for shows, soaps, Asianovelas and Tagalized animes and News5 Everywhere for the latest news and information. Moreover, The Quad Core PLDT Telpad also comes with heyU, PLDT’s VOIP Android App. heyU allows you to make free calls (heyU to heyU) and make NDD or IDD calls at low rates.

The PLDT HOME Telpad is being offered for FREE under the following Plans:

Plan 1649 (with up to 1.5 Mbps)
Plan 1849 (up to 2.5 Mbps)
Plan 2099 (up to 3.5 Mbps)
Plan 3095 (up to 5.5 Mbps)
Plan 4100 (up to 8.5 Mbps)

PLDT Telpad Quad Core Specs

7-inch WXGA (1024 x 600) IPS screen
Capacitive screen, support multi-touch
About 360g(including battery)
Cortex-A9 Quad Core CPU
3.0 MP camera
Bluetooth 3.0
MHL to HDMI Interface
PSTN docking
GPS
4100 mAh battery

PLDT, at the launch has also introduced its latest ambassors for the PLDT HOME Telpad, couple Doug Kramer and Cheska Garcia-Kramer.

PLDT Home Telpad Quad Core

PLDT Telpad heyU

Check out the links below for more on the PLDT Home

PLDT Home

Spinnr

PLDT Telpad Quad Core specs

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1 Comment

  1. thanks for sharing – I wonder if devs can create a killer app for the pinoy home (health, security, internet of things)…

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