We have been using Kata i4 for past one month now and all we can say is it really competes with the more known and well advertised brand in the market today. With an MTK 6592 Octa Core processor and 1.7GHz chipset, 2GB RAM, and massive storage of 32GB internal storage, what more can you ask for? Plus the fact that it is priced lower than any other popular brands which makes Kata the most affordable smartphone to ever hit the country since 2014.
Good news that makes Kata brand even more dynamic is the fact that it reaches 1,041,800 likes on Facebook now. Just a point of comparison, LG Mobile Philippines have 616,061; Samsung Mobile Philippines have 2,312,383; Huawei Device PH have 258,556; OPPO Philippines have 412,597; Sony Mobile PH have 563,275; and it goes on. The rundown of numbers are based on the existing Facebook pages of the brands mentioned as of this writing.
Now for our Kata i4 user review
We’ve painstakingly observed the capacity and performance of Kata i4, from mobile network use, games, movies, etc. and we are very satisfied of the clear and crisp graphics, visually appealing photos and videos captured through its 16 MP rear and 8 MP front cameras, and the superb design which made Kata i4 the ‘most expensively looking’ among its line and surprisingly, for an octa core amped processor, it is one of the few lowest priced mobile devices we could ever think of. Anyways, you can check out our first impressions of the Kata i4 here so we won’t be repeating all the superlatives that we’ve mentioned for this 5-inch IPS HD smartphone.
Kata i4 has almost all the specs and qualities that mobile users would be looking for and want to own. Kata Digital produces smartphones which really caters to everyone’s needs. And as they developed flagship phones, they’re also committed in pushing up the Kata brand to higher levels.
You can never dislike a Kata. You’ll just gonna love it. Price point and value for money? Check!
The thing is, even the most powerful and better devices have their downsides too. Even the giants Apple and Samsung have flaws too. In Kata i4’s case, it’s the battery. The 2300mAh built-in battery certainly is not promising as we put the Kata i4 to rigid use, especially when we are using its game features and watching videos or movies. But the good thing here is that Kata listens to their consumers. They bundled power bank chargers for every Kata i4 unit sold since it debuted for online reservations last January 2. This move only proves how Kata Digital is dedicated in bringing in quality services for their customers. You talk, Kata listens. Other than the battery’s relatively low performance, Kata i4 is rocking heads among its contemporaries.
At Php 9,799, Kata i4 is already a good catch. It’s already NFC (near-field communication) ready and enabled, which in the (very, very near) future will be much handy in all your mobile needs.
On the scale of 1 to 5 star ratings, we give Kata i4 a score of ★★★★ ½.
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