F your budget for a smartphone is tight, you’d probably want to buy something that you can afford now or wait till current devices’ prices will drop end of the year. Because as this report by a market-research company reveals, the next crop of handsets may be more expensive as brands raise hardware specifications of their products.
E are right smack in the middle of Mobile World Congress, but Apple is inadvertently stealing some of the limelight from companies exhibiting at the biggest show for the mobile industry.
T’S coming soon. The smartphone that was launched with the Lenovo K6 and K6 Power at IFA 2016 in Berlin will finally be launched in the Philippines on March 2. Meet the Lenovo K6 Note (click for complete specs).
HINA’S TCL Communication seems to be carrying the weight of the world on its shoulders. Its mission when it got the rights to make smartphones under the BlackBerry name: to turn the once-loved brand’s misfortunes around. Today, ahead of MWC 2017, we have finally seen the first true phone that TCL hopes will bring former Crackberries back into the fold, the BlackBerry KeyOne (click for complete specs).
O everyone got some of the specs of the quietly launched smartphone right but not the model name. What we reported as the ASUS ZenFone 3 Go exactly a week ago is actually known as the ASUS ZenFone Live (click for complete specs), as this listing on the Taiwanese manufacturer’s website shows.
T ticks all the right boxes for us. It looks good, and it’s outfitted with top-of-the-line specs. Meet the recently unveiled Honor V9 (click for complete specs), the highest-end smartphone of Huawei’s sub-brand.
ANCY working at the local office of one of the top technology companies in the world? You’re in luck. We were scrolling through our Facebook feed when we chanced upon an interesting post of a friend who works at Google Singapore: that Google Philippines has several job openings.
T seems that Taiwan’s top international brand is reviving its budget ZenFone Go line by launching the ASUS ZenFone 3 Go in March — if we are to believe this leak reported by GSMArena.
T’S not every day that you come across deals that are worth your time. But today, there’s something that you won’t probably mind checking out: Smart Communications’ smartphone sale until February 28, 2017.
O you think 6GB of RAM is not enough for your smartphone? How does 8GB sound to you? You might just meet your match with the Huawei P10 Plus, which is expected to debut at MWC 2017 in Barcelona.
ELIEVE it or not, it is possible to get fast home internet connection in the Philippines. We should know. We switched from DSL to fiber optic in 2015 and have never looked back since. In fact, if we are to move to a new place, there’s no question that one of our top considerations is the availability of fiber in the area.
T’S amazing how the prices of smartphones have considerably gone down in the past couple of years. These days, even if you only have a couple of thousand pesos, you can already buy a decent handset. Case in point: the Firefly Mobile Intense 5 (click for complete specs).
OMETIMES, you come across deals that are hard to pass up. Today is one of those days. We happened to stumble on an offer that may be perfect for those who want a phone from the Galaxy A series, but can’t afford to buy a 2017 model.
ON’T look now, but a document that supposedly shows the prices and some specs of the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus was sent to international handset-focused site PhoneArena. This development comes two weeks after press renders of the successors to the Huawei P9 and P9 Plus appeared on China’s Weibo social-networking service.
ARELY seven months since the Honor 8 (click for specs and prices) was unveiled, Huawei’s sub-brand has quietly launched a midrange alternative to the smartphone it announced on July 11, 2016.
NE company’s misfortune could lead to another manufacturer’s success. In this case, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 problem caused the tech giant to settle for second place in the smartphone category in the fourth quarter of 2016.
new ASUS smartphone is joining the ZenFone 3 family next week, and it seems to be gunning for the OPPO A39, which was released in the Philippines first week of January this year.
OYAL Sony fans who have been dying to know what the Japanese company is up to in the smartphone department, take heart. There’s another report for you this week. A video that supposedly stars a prototype of the 2017 version of the Sony Xperia XA has leaked online.
HE affordable has become cheaper. Two months after introducing Fiber Plan 1899, PLDT unveiled a fiber-optic internet-connection package whose monthly fee is friendlier to your budget than the 1899.
WO days after The Guardian had detailed the Samsung Galaxy S8’s supposed features, a tech journalist — whose leaks have always been spot on — came out with his own report about the Korean giant’s upcoming flagship smartphone. And he basically confirmed what the British site had revealed.