The successor to the Nord N100 will be launched soon. OnePlus founder and CEO Pete Lau himself said so in a note he penned to the brand’s enthusiasts in May.
A new budget model from the Philippines’ top smartphone brand is set to arrive in the country soon.
OnePlus just welcomed the newest member of its almost-one-year-old midrange line.
The first limited-time promo GOMO offered when it launched in the Philippines end-2020 is back.
OPPO is one of the first smartphone companies to launch Android 12 Beta 1. But what’s the current status of its global rollout plan for Android 11-based ColorOS 11?
A Taiwanese company is still the biggest smartphone chip maker in the world.
And they’re up. Benchmarking platform Antutu has finally released May’s best-performing flagship and midrange Android phones globally.
The third member of the RedMagic 6 series is going global.
Now independent from Huawei, Honor is set to show what it has in store for smartphone consumers this month.
Samsung has introduced a 5G phone that’s more affordable than the P15,990 (around $335 converted) Samsung Galaxy A32 5G.
Its mother company, Transsion, was the fourth biggest smartphone vendor in the Philippines in the first quarter of 2021. But Infinix is not about to rest on its laurels. After releasing an upgraded version of the Infinix Hot 10 Play, it is set to launch another handset in the country soon.
Finally, the rest of the Redmi Note 10 series phones that were unveiled globally in March are official in the Philippines. And we should have our review of them published here soon.
Talk about disrupting the market… yet again. POCO, an independent brand born out of Xiaomi, has priced its latest 5G phone aggressively.
Xiaomi has broken yet another world record — nah, make that “world records” — with what it announced earlier today, May 31.
Vivo Philippines has taken the wraps off the V21 series models with a promise to bring in a new era of selfie phones.
Xiaomi caught us by surprise today, May 30. The world’s third biggest smartphone vendor has revealed that it’s announcing something big tomorrow.
Just a few days after we reported that the Samsung Galaxy A02 is already being sold in the Philippines, two smartphones from its online-exclusive lineup have gone on sale in the country.
We were impressed with the OPPO Reno 5 5G, so we have high hopes for the latest Reno lineup that got its debut in China.
Three of the Galaxy smartphones whose support pages we at Revü spotted months ago are finally listed on Samsung Philippines’ online store.
There’s another Xiaomi 5G-ready smartphone to look forward to in the Philippines in June besides the Redmi Note 10 5G.