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Proving that Filipino brands can also produce world-class quality and innovation, Starmobile has won over a discerning customer base with the introduction of the Knight Series. 

Lady in ukulele, photographed by musician Rico Blanco

The latest in the line-up, the Knight Spectra, features Starmobile’s proprietary Star Cam technology and Dual Rear Camera, which enable users to take awesome photos by allowing them to refocus their images even after shooting, take pictures with the right exposure level even in low-light conditions, and zoom in on faraway subjects without compromising photo texture and sharpness.  The dual rear cameras work together to help users take breath-taking photos. A 2MP sensor gathers data like light, exposure, and distance, acting as support to the 13MP main sensor that takes brilliant photos quickly and accurately.

A photo by veteran lensman Jun de Leon

Impressing some of the Philippines’ most distinguished photographers

After experiencing the Knight Spectra firsthand, veteran lensmanJun De Leon, fashion photographer Jake Verzosa, musician Rico Blanco, and director and cinematographer JA Tadena have become passionate advocates, using the smartphone to capture stunning portraits and majestic scenery.

Continuing the Knight Series’ award-winning streak

With features that have taken smartphone photography to new heights, the Knight Spectra was named by leading tech blog Unbox.ph as 2015’s most innovative Filipino flagship phone and by GizGuide.ph as one of the top 10 smartphones of the year. 

Another mobile photograph by JA Tadena

These accolades only continue the Knight Series’ award-winning streak that started as soon as it launched in the Philippines in 2013.

The first StarmobileKnight immediately made a mark in the local market, with its beautiful build, solid battery life, and 18MP rear and 8MP front-facing cameras. It went on to get recognition as the best Filipino flagship smartphone from Rappler.com, Unbox.ph, and TheTechnoclast.com. 

Its successor, the StarmobileKnight X, was considered as the most powerful Filipino Android smartphone of 2014, receiving praise as the best local flagship phone from Unbox.ph and as the most advanced Filipino smartphone from TechPinas.com.

Three other models introduced in 2015 strengthened the Knight Series’ game-changing reputation. The launch of the Knight Vision made Starmobile the first Filipino brand to incorporate cutting-edge Digital TV in its devices, enabling its users to watch and record their favourite TV shows even on the go. 

By fashion photographer Jake Vargas 

Meanwhile, the thin but mean machine that is the KnightLuxe got a perfect 9/9 score from TV show GMA Pop Talk and was named as one of the top 10 smartphones of the year by technology reviewer DrOntheGo.net. 

Lastly, the Corning Gorilla Glass-encased Knight Elite was recognized by TechPinas.com as the best designed smartphone under P10,000.00. Gorilla Glass is a special type of scratch-resistant glass usually found in more expensive smartphones.

Be a shooting star with the Knight Series

Impress your loved ones with your photography skills while enjoying the speed, power, and craftsmanship of your StarmobileKnight smartphone. The Knight Elite and KNIGHT Spectra are both equipped with dual SIM slots, LTE connectivity, Qualcomm Snapdragon Octa Core CPU, and expandable memory. 

For more information, visit www.starmobile.com.ph or go to Starmobile’s official Facebook page at facebook.com/starmobilephones.

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