Get ready to roll out the red carpet; the predecessor of the Reno 4 is launching in the Philippines soon.
Is the international variant of the Honor 5G phone that will go official in China January 22 finally coming with Google Mobile Services?
At about the same time recently, several of my Facebook friends working at OPPO Philippines updated their profile pictures with a Reno 5 frame, suggesting that the Reno 4‘s successor will be officially launching in the country soon.
Just two days ago, Samsung launched its most affordable 5G phone yet. Earlier, a listing was spotted on Geekbench indicating that the said device will have a 4G version.
It was only a matter of time before smartphones using Qualcomm’s first 5G chip for the masses flood the market.
Just some time after Xiaomi ended 2020 and welcomed 2021 by successively launching the Mi 11, Redmi Note 9T 5G, and Redmi 9T, it receives a big blow from the United States.
HMD Global’s first 2021 offering for the Philippine market happens to be the lowest-priced Nokia 4G smartphone yet.
Earlier today, OPPO posted on Chinese social media platform Weibo a status that indicates we could be seeing the company’s next flagship phone in March.
Infinix Mobile Philippines kicks off 2021 with the launch of a smartphone that was announced globally in the fourth quarter of 2020.
We were looking for clues to the local preorder details of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, but we stumbled upon another information.