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Cherry Mobile Fusion Air might just be the “tablet ng bayan” at only P2,999

Cherry Mobile plans to give every Juan a chance to own a tablet device by announcing the Fusion Air, a 7-inch Android tablet with a really attractive price of just Php2,999.


The Cherry Mobile Fusion Air is not geared to give you the ultimate gaming experience on a mobile device, nor give you that smooth and blazing tablet experience. It’s simply a budget tablet that can give you quick access to your e-mail, Facebook, web browser, while at the same time act as your portable media player and e-Book reader plus a little bit of video chat every now and then.

This tablet is powered by a 1GHz single-core processor along with 512MB RAM and 4GB internal storage plus microSD support. The 7-inch display has an 800 x 480 resolution so don’t expect a sharp picture quality.

There’s no rear camera and you’ll have to make do with a VGA front-facing one to satisfy your video chat needs. Battery is rated at just 2,200mAh.


Clearly, the Fusion Air is not a tablet to wow you or your friends. It’s simply a basic tablet made really affordable that every techie Filipino can get. The Cherry Mobile Fusion Air will be available sometime this month for Php2,999.


“True to our mission – valuing your lifestyle, Cherry Mobile offers an Android device that is suited for every Juan. Now all Pinoys can have a well-deserved tablet!” – Cherry Mobile

Cherry Mobile Fusion Air Specs:
1GHz Single-Core BoxChip (AllWinner-based) A13 Processor
Mali-400 GPU Chipset
7-inch (800 x 480) five-point multitouch screen, 133ppi
512MB RAM, 4GB internal storage, microSD up to 32GB
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
VGA front camera (no rear)
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Li-Ion 2,200mAh battery
191 x 118.9 x 9.8mm
SRP: Php2,999
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  • What a good thing for us. Thanks for sharing this blogs.

  • StratoSpHere

    Kapag meron pa din magpost about this complaining about the specs and all, ewan ko na lang. Ang linaw na pang-email and such lang ito, definitely NOT A GAMING TABLET.

    • Griswold

      dagdag mo na yung mga magsasabi na “mahal naman, 1k na lang sana para bumenta.” hahahaha.

      • adew

        helo just want to ask kung pwede ba ito magamitan nang globe tatto?

  • PHP 999.99 tablets, anyone?

    • Griswold

      oo nga… sana less than 1k na lang para makabili ako. hahahaha. =D

    • Griswold

      tsaka sana may freebies kasama… di lang pouch. otterbox na sana. pati bluetooth keyboard and car accessory. 😛

  • Clearly then not suitable for high-end user and gamer… -_-

  • Crise

    can someone reply pls, kung pra sa kids na minion rush and plants vs. zombies na games lang nmn ang trip pati movies, ok na ba tong tablet for them? and is it really corning gorilla glass as they claim? thanks.

    • mukhang di kaya ng fusion air ang minion rush.

  • I got this Fusion Air tablet from my brother. My only wish is sana pwedeng gamitin ito for calling and texting, pero no SIM slot.
    Sayang. 🙁

    • Kaburat

      Ang bobo mo naman syempre wala ineexpect mo sa bulok na tablet na ito masarap lang ito ipanghampas sa iyo pamato lang tong putanginang putapeteng hayu na demonyong inutil na walang silbi gagong tablet na ito

  • mylene

    walang silbi,,, di gumagana cam, just for the game lang,,, wifi nga mabagal… kaloka,,, cant believe i bought this thing,, just wasted my money for this.

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