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DTV Ad [02 June 2015, Manila, Philippines] Ever wished you could watch free, cable-quality TV on the go? Now you can stop wishing because Starmobile, the country’s most innovative mobile brand, offers you a handy solution to these problems, with the launch of the country’s first ever line of digital TV phones. These mobile hybrids allow you to watch Digital TV (DTV) channels for FREE anytime and anywhere DTV services are available.

Starmobile KNIGHT Luxe [25 May 2015, Manila Philippines] Local smart devices brand, Starmobile, today made available the KNIGHT Luxe, the company's slimmest and most elegant smartphone ever. Built on a diamond-cut aluminum frame with a profile measuring no more than 6.85mm, the Starmobile KNIGHT Luxe boasts of being the first Pinoy phone to feature ISOCELL camera technology with a 5-inch HD AMOLED screen.

  Starmobile ENGAGE 10 Pro Image

[28 February 2015] Philippine smart devices manufacturer Starmobile in partnership with Microsoft Philippines today officially introduced the new Starmobile ENGAGE 10 Pro. The 10-inch 2-in-1 laptop+tablet is pre-installed with a fully-licensed version of  the Windows 8.1 operating system and comes with a free 1-year subscription to Microsoft's suite of productivity applications and services, Office 365.

[caption id="attachment_17155" align="aligncenter" width="650"] Members of the media with Starmobile executives and youth ambassador Donnalyn Bartolome (first row, 2nd from left).[/caption] [24 February 2015, MANILA Philippines] If there is one tourist destination in the Philippines that is taken for granted, it would have to be Intramuros. This unassuming relic of history sits in the middle of Manila--where jeepneys, trikes, and buses traverse 24/7, where the surrounding commercial and residential establishments dwarf its stocky and stony stature, and where the occasional golf ball flies nonchalantly across the façade.