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This Dumbphone Has A Massive Battery And Wireless Headphones Built-in

Your next emergency phone?

If you’ve ever needed a simple feature phone, wireless headphone, and a power bank all in one device, you might want to consider the Servo, a phone that Carlo picked up in Shoppee. Priced at Php 2,478, this feature phone has a lot of useful features built into it.

The most prominent is a pair of wireless Bluetooth in-ear headphones that charge right on the phone’s top itself. These are good, affordable solutions for people who want to listen to music that isn’t that picky when it comes to sound quality.

They’re definitely not going to blow an audiophile away with their muddy bass, poor clarity and distortion at high volume BUT if you need something to use in a pinch (that is guaranteed to have a charge if you use the phone as a primary) then it’s hella useful.

The phone itself is what you’d consider a dumbphone. There are a few modern features like Bluetooth connectivity, limited internet connectivity plus access to a basic browser but by and large, the phone is functionally equivalent to a burner phone. Weirdly enough we couldn’t get the FM function to work with the Bluetooth headphones.

The biggest feature you’d want this thing for is the 6000mAh battery. That’s a huge amount of juice that you can use on your actual phone, and if you’re the type of person that insists on living in 2005 and use the Servo as your main phone then you’d probably go a month without having to charge it.

For the rest of us living in the now, the Servo’s 6000mAh capacity make it a perfect candidate for a secondary, emergency phone or just a convenient 6000mAh power bank that just so happens to carry its own pair of Bluetooth headphones. If you want to try your hand at the Servo, you can try ordering it here from Shoppee, with a price of Php 2478.

John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

One Comment

  1. ang mahal na power bank yan tapos sabi hindi nga daw kaganda ang sound, flashlight eh may flashlyt din naman phone natin in my opinion parang hindi worth ang laki laki pa nya tyak medyo magigat yan, eh db ung mga 5k amp na power bank mga 500-600 lang at magaan pa.

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