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MyPhone My32 Unboxing And First Impressions! The Lightweight Surprise?

Here in the country, the mass market currently has its eyes set on the budget-offerings from local tech giants. Capable devices with octa-core chipsets have been battling it out, proving which one triumphs in the field. What we currently have here is MyPhone’s My32, and its eager to stand against the waves of other powerful devices with what it has to offer.
MyPhone My32 Unboxing
Meet MyPhone My32!

MyPhone My32 Specs

Display: 5 Inch HD IPS 1280 x 720 resolution at 294 ppi w/ Gorilla Glass protection
CPU: 1.4 GHz MT6592M octa core processor
GPU: Mali 450
ROM: 16 GB expandable via micro SD card slot up to 64 GB
Back Camera: 13 MP Samsung sensor w/ AF and LED flash
Selfie Camera: 5 MP
Battery: 2000 mAh
OS: Android 5.1 Lollipop
Connectivity: WiFi, 3G, Bluetooth, GPS, dual SIM (standard / micro)
Others: Free MyPhone 8 year commemorative watch, 1 year free internet (100 MB / 15 days / month)
Price: 4,699 Pesos at Lazada

Unboxing / Accesories

The box
The packaging

The Myphone My32 arrives in a simple packaging - it comes in a box all flared up, complete with the daily essentials.
Inclusions inside

There’s a headset, a microUSB cable, a 1A wall charger, and a couple of paperworks including a warranty certificate, a quick start guide and a bookmark to say thanks to you for buying one. Oh, and usual to MyPhone’s current lineup, the My32 will arrive with a classy watch for your convenience. We’re usually wary with those, but MyPhone really did a good job with it if I do say so myself. The leather isn’t suspect, and the circular watchface is just as classy. MyPhone also took it upon themselves to include a free screen protector so you don't have to prowl for one.

Build Quality / Design

Philippine map at the back
Philippine map at the back

There’s a bit of a downside in the build quality, however. Its glossy plastic back panel feels a bit cheap at this day and age, and you’ll find yourself wiping your fingerprints off of it. Although, it does provide a nice feel in the hand and it doesn’t feel as slippery as you would expect when you first see it.
Removable batteries, SIM and micro SD slot here

Questioning the sturdiness factor, it's not really built like a tank, unsurprisingly. However, it doesn't feel flimsy, contrary to its plastic material, and it's very light to boot. I prefer rock solid heavyweights, honestly. But there are still those who would probably go with lightweight champs.
Jack on top
Jack on top
Ports below
Mic and micro USB port below
Buttons on the side
Volume rocker and power button located at the right side

All the buttons are placed on the right side of the device. They're placed firmly into the device, and they're not too wobbly as compared with other offerings in the range. As usual, the headphone jack is placed up top the device, while the micro USB port sits at the bottom center along with the microphone. Also, there's a second microphone at the back, situated below the flash.

Note: It also has an LED notification on top

Camera Teaser

Rear camera sample
Rear camera sample
Selfie camera sample
Selfie camera sample

As of the moment

The My32 retains MyPhone's trademark – there's the Archipelago, center front of the wallpaper. There also isn't too much going on in the customization, which is a very good thing since stock Android is a personal preference. It's fluid and clean, but unfortunately, you'll have a couple of bloatware to deal with later on.

We’ll be looking deeper into MyPhone’s My32 in a couple of days, and that should provide us with a healthy doze of what the company’s Php4,999 phone is all about. Stay tuned!

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