We have it on good authority that the OPPO A83 — basically a lower-specced OPPO F5 — will be launching in the Philippines soon. Like “end of January” soon.
At the CES 2018 trade show in Las Vegas, Vivo showcased the world’s first optical in-display fingerprint sensor. The smartphone OEM said it is ready for mass production, though it declined to reveal the handset model that will adopt the technology, as well as its specifications and price.
China is one of the top countries phone vendors want to penetrate. After all, it’s the world’s biggest smartphone market; conquering it is already
half a big part of the battle.
Online-exclusive Samsung phones with faster specs and rock-bottom prices could be launching soon.
True to expectations, ASUS Philippines has officially taken the wraps off the ASUS ZenFone Max Plus (M1).
Samsung took us by surprise when it launched the Galaxy A8 (2018) and the Galaxy A8+ (2018) almost two weeks before 2017 ended. Today, it caught us off guard once again with what we discovered.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 isn’t going to be launched until MWC 2018 in Barcelona, Spain. But it looks like we won’t have to wait more than a month to know more about the smartphone.
To kick off 2018, OPPO Philippines has slashed the price of the most affordable “selfie expert” in the F5 series.
CES, one of the world’s biggest tech shows, has not even wrapped up yet, but we’re already seeing a flurry of leaks of a Huawei phone that is not even expected to be launched until March 2018.
The Vivo V7+ is one of the first smartphones in the midrange category to launch with an extra-wide display in the Philippines. In our review, we found the device to be a decent all-around effort, though its screen lacks punch and sharpness, and the processor it is fitted with — while nippy enough to satisfy casual users — surely can be faster.
We knew that a phone with a fingerprint sensor integrated into the screen was coming. Semiconductor manufacturer Synaptics and smartphone maker Vivo said as much last year.
We previously wrote about the cheapest smartphone with an 18:9 screen we could find online, and we ended up with the Oukitel C8, which costs under P4,000 (approximately $80) on the Lazada Philippines website.
Remember the Sony Xperia XA2, Xperia XA2 Ultra, and Xperia L2 smartphones whose details got leaked out a few days ago? Sony has finally announced the three at CES 2018. And the Japanese company is positioning them as selfie phones, with one of the devices even sporting two cameras on the front.
We’ve been waiting for this: ASUS Philippines has finally revealed the price of the ZenFone Max Plus (M1).
Your next big-screen TV might be rollable.
After launching in Russia in November, the ASUS ZenFone Max Plus (M1) will finally go international and get a local announcement this month, the ASUS Philippines Facebook page has confirmed.
Lazada Philippines, in case you didn’t get the notice, now lets customers pay for their purchases in installments without a credit card or anything like it.
Smartphone screens with slim bezels are all the rage these days. What was once a feature found only in high-end devices has found its way to midrange and now, even sub-P4,000 (less than $80) handsets.
It’s been an exceptional year for smartphones.
Better late (or delayed?) than never, right?