It’s almost certain that Huawei’s next flagship smartphone, the Huawei P20, will launch on March 27.
One of the newer local releases in the Philippines just got even cheaper.
With MWC [Mobile World Congress] 2018 just around the corner, manufacturers, as is customary in the industry, are beginning to tease products ahead of their respective reveal dates.
A little more than a week ago, Xiaomi announced the Redmi Note 5 and Redmi Note 5 Pro in India, which was an interesting move considering the brand, in case you didn’t know, is based in China, and has typically launched new products in its home turf.
Is Xiaomi launching a gaming smartphone — perhaps in the mold of the Razer Phone?
We’re always on the lookout for smartphones that look especially good on paper but don’t put a huge dent into your expenses, and we think the Oukitel Mix 2 fits the bill quite nicely.
NBA 2K18 for Android isn’t the best version of the basketball video game for mobile devices. And months after its release, it still doesn’t offer the same experience as its iOS counterpart, with its last update coming in December of last year.
Just how fast is the Samsung Galaxy S9+, the upcoming higher-end model of the tech giant’s premium smartphone line? The answer, unsurprisingly, might be ridiculously fast.
It’s either Samsung is curiously bad at keeping secrets or some people are really good at sniffing them out. Or, perhaps, some people just can’t be trusted with them.
This early, we’re already seeing a lot of ASUS ZenFone 5 series-related leaks. Not surprising because the Taiwanese manufacturer is expected to launch the lineup at MWC 2018 in Barcelona, Spain, end of this month.
Is Huawei planning to announce another midrange phone soon, possibly at Mobile World Congress or MWC 2018 in Barcelona?
The next Galaxy is coming, there’s no doubt about that.
Today’s opening of the first authorized Mi Store in the Philippines, located at the cinema level of TriNoma in Quezon City, signals the return of Xiaomi to the country.
Xiaomi formally reopened its doors to the Philippine market Saturday, February 17, with the launch of the first authorized Mi Store in the country.
It’s almost time. Xiaomi’s first authorized Mi Store in the Philippines — located at TriNoma in Quezon City — is opening its doors to the public tomorrow, February 17.
Another day, another ASUS ZenFone breaks cover. Or so it seems.
Earlier this year, a top executive at HMD Global — you know, the exclusive maker of Nokia-branded handsets — revealed that they have something “awesome” to reveal at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona.
It looks like CloudFone’s Next Infinity series is about to become more interesting. Whether you’d see it as a positive kind of interesting or not depends on how you feel about the notch.
Infinix isn’t a household name, but as with many other Chinese OEMs, it has built a reputation as a maker of quality yet affordable smartphones.
Less than a week after the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S’ alleged benchmark score leaked out, we’re getting a good look at the smartphone’s design — assuming the new leak is legitimate, of course. And boy, does it look droolworthy.