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The most copied phones in China are from this brand

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ACT: 20 percent of mobile phones shipped internationally are fake. And more than 50 percent of those may have come from China alone, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. But whose handsets did counterfeit-phone makers in China copy the most in the first half of 2017? Apple perhaps? Well, we thought wrong.

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Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro quick review: Midranger with pro features

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HEN you taunt another brand about the very thing that it claims to be an expert in, you better make sure that your product delivers in the area where it’s supposed to be good at. So when Samsung Electronics Philippines posted this teaser video for what turned out to be the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro (click for complete specs), we were determined to find out if the smartphone can really capture great photos in low light, as the Korean tech giant claims.

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You can now buy the Nokia 3310

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EMEMBER this day. Today, June 30, marks the return of the most popular feature phone in 2000. Or, fine, the modern version of it. HMD Global, through the Nokia Mobile Facebook page, has announced that the Nokia 3310 2017 edition (click for complete specs) is now out in Philippine stores.

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ASUS ZenFone AR with 8GB RAM launched in PH

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T is the world’s first smartphone with 8GB of RAM. It is the first device to support Google’s Daydream virtual-reality and Tango augmented-reality platforms. And it is landing in the Philippines in July — for a price. Say hello to the ASUS ZenFone AR (click for complete specs).

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Free Wi-Fi on EDSA: Everything you need to know

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OR commuters who regularly pass by the busiest thoroughfare in the Philippines, this is probably a welcome respite from the horrible traffic they usually face on the highway: The Department of Information and Communications Technology has formally launched its “free high-speed Wi-Fi on EDSA” project. This is in line with President Rodrigo Duterte’s promise to provide Filipinos better internet service.

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Smartphone maker HTC set to return to PH soon

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ANY of HTC’s products have long been praised in the international tech community. In fact, the HTC 10 was hailed as one of 2016’s best smartphones by different technology sites. So if there’s one brand we’ve always wanted to come back to the Philippines, it’s HTC. Fortunately, the tech gods are listening; the Taiwanese smartphone maker is set to make a comeback in the country.