No smartphone is perfect, but some are more problematic than others. And according to the latest State of Mobile Device Repair and Security Report, the Xiaomi Redmi 4 and Apple iPhone 6 had the highest failure rates among Android and iOS devices in the last quarter of 2017.
Just as it did last month, Beyond the Box — an Apple premium and authorized reseller and service provider in the Philippines — is holding an open-box sale at its Century City Mall branch.
With a going price of P13,990 (roughly $262), the OPPO F7 Youth was released in the Philippines in June. Since then, there have been plenty of good-to-great options that have come out bearing the same combination of fast processing power and agreeable price points. And yet, of all the similar phones that have been launched and made headlines recently, we found the F7 Youth to be the most compelling one out there in one particular area: gaming.
We’re just a few days removed from Xiaomi officially (and finally) launching the Mi Max 3 on July 19. There isn’t much we do not know about the device at this point. We’ve seen the TENAA listing and the supposed live images and hands-on video. Even the phone’s retail packaging has been reportedly spotted in the wild.
Based on what has been reported thus far, the successors to the Meizu 15 series could be worth waiting for. A new leak that shows the front of the Meizu 16 Plus seems to confirm this.
Remember the ASUS ZenFone Live L1, the company’s first Android Go smartphone that launched in May? Apparently, it’s headed to the Philippines sometime later this month.
Finally. Two days after almost everything you need to know about the Huawei Nova 3i got spilled, Huawei Philippines has confirmed that the four-camera smartphone is indeed coming to the country.
Xiaomi fans, it seems that your wish to get your hands on a stock Android version of the Mi 6X — expected to be called Xiaomi Mi A2 — will finally be granted soon. And that’s not all: The Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite — which we at Revü suspect is the Redmi 6 Pro — will probably get its time in the limelight, too.
As previously reported, the OPPO Find X is now available fro preorder in the Philippines at select OPPO stores through August 1, with the first day of open sale set to take place on August 6. What was missing in our report, however, was the flagship smartphone’s official, off-contract price.
More Huawei Nova 3 news have surfaced courtesy of China’s Weibo microblogging platform. This time around, it’s the specs of the device in question that has us excited for the remainder of July.
The Huawei Nova 3 has been tipped to launch
sooner rather than later, possibly sometime this month on July 18. The Philippines could be one of the first markets to see the device in stores judging from the timing of Huawei Philippines’ cryptic teasers on social media.
The LG V30S ThinQ and V35 ThinQ are essentially minor updates to the V30 from last year. They’re unexciting from a sequel standpoint, and LG seems to be aware of this as well, based on information that has come to light involving the V30’s true and legitimate successor, which has been named the LG V40 for now. But it could be called the LG V40 ThinQ, who knows.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is still going to be launched on August 9, yet we’re already hearing reports about the Samsung Galaxy S10.
Last month, we wrote about a mystery phone that resembles the Huawei P20 Lite and has passed through the TENAA Chinese certification website. It had been suggested that the device in question was the Huawei Nova 3 or Nova 3i. That would make sense considering it has been almost a year since the OEM released the Huawei Nova 2i in certain markets, including the Philippines.
The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S has only been on shelves since April and is still being sold in some markets, including the Philippines where the top-end phone will officially run you P27,990 (roughly $525). Nevertheless, a sequel is apparently underway in the aptly named Xiaomi Mi Mix 3.
OPPO recently added a new smartphone to the A series, though it remains to be seen whether it will be offered in markets worldwide. The OPPO A5 will arrive with a notch LCD display and a high-capacity battery powering a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor inside when it goes on sale in its China.