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Best price for TomTom Via Via in Philippines is ₱ 6,271.00

You can buy the TomTom Via Via at the lowest price of ₱ 6,271.00 from Amazon. Alternatively, the TomTom Via Via is also sold in Hong Kong at Amazon with the price of ₱ 6,274.00 and Malaysia at Amazon with the price of ₱ 6,270.00. Pricing details were last updated at 22 April 2018, 18:19.

TomTom Via Via Price by Country

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 942.00 PHP 6,274.00
Malaysia MYR 467.80 PHP 6,270.00
Philippines PHP 6,271.00 PHP 6,271.00

TomTom Via Via Specs

TomTom Via Via Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelVIA 52
DateMay 2016
Storage media typeFlash
Compatible memory cardsMicroSD (TransFlash)
Internal storage capacity16 GB
Included memory card size8 GB
Display diagonal12.7 cm (5")
Display resolution480 x 272 pixels
Built-in speaker(s)
Weight & dimensions
Weight209 g
Width144.5 mm
Depth23.8 mm
Height90.5 mm
Power source typeBattery, Cigar lighter
Battery life (max)1 h
Technical details
Languages supportMulti
Traffic Message Channel (TMC)
Live service
Lane guidance
Voice commands
Speed limits
Lifetime TomTom Traffic
Quick search
GPS type
Marine (chartplotters, sounders)
Sport (fitness, running)
Outdoor (hiking, trekking)
Geocaching (GPS stash hunt)
Built-in camera
Maps included
Map coverageAll Europe
Form factorFixed
Colour of productBlack

TomTom Via Via Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2016-09-30
Lifetime TomTom Traffic, Lifetime UK and Republic of Ireland maps, Great valueLive services require smartphone connection, Resistive touchscreen, Integrated mount
What is the TomTom VIA 52? The VIA 52 is a new mid-range satnav from TomTom. The company's model options have become a little confusing of late, with the GO brand expanding across a wider array of prices. But the Start brand is making a comeback, and the...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-29
I suppose in a world dominated by smartphones and their built-in navigation solutions, the Via 52 tries to combat the effect of the latter by offering a pacakge that combines the best of both worlds. For one it gives you the option to link-up to your smar...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-29
The design feels distinctly retro, which I like, it's also not too big. The UI makes it a pleasure to use and the navigation is rock solid. The matte screen is a big bonus, especially on sunny days where reflective smartphone screens don't perform so well...Why is the battery life so bad? One hour simply isn't good enough for such a chunky device. If my iPhone can run Google Maps over an hour, sat navs should be able to last days. It doesn't have any interesting additional features such as the Garmin Nuvi wh...
Sat navs are a dying breed. With smartphones now capable of running Google Maps, and most new cars offering integrated systems, less and less people are buying dedicated navigation devices.Don't go ruling out the faithful sat nav yet, though, there's stil...
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