ZH&K Mobile Venus
The Venus is one of the weirder phones we've seen as of late, mainly because it top and bottom areas terminate with a rather sharp curve (I can't recall a smartphone with a design similar to this, but I digress). It sports a 4.7-inch display (most likely qHD for the price), a 1GB RAM + 16GB ROM combination, a 2.0GHz octa-core processor, a 13-megapixel rear camera, and a 2000mAh battery for P6,199 (SRP). An issue we're seeing here is that the smartphone may choke given the 1GB RAM / 2.0GHz octa-core processor configuration. Then again, unless you're going to use this on something really heavy, your daily use for it would probably be fine.
ZH&K Mobile Zeus
The Zeus most probably is the current flagship device of ZH&K Mobile, and could be so because it's P100 more expensive than the previously stated Venus. Design-wise, the Zeus looks like your typical 5-inch slate smartphone, with three soft-touch buttons on the front, and a matte plastic rear. It shares almost the same specifications with the Venus except with the display, which is now bumped to 5-inches. It's available for P6,299 (SRP).
Both the Venus and the Zeus have very competitive pricepoints, but at the same time might suffer from consumer confidence issues as they're a relatively new brand entering a relatively new segment of the local mobile market. For reference, the most affordable octa-core smartphone locally is the SKK Mobile Phoenix X1 at P5,499.