Realme Philippines already has many partner stores nationwide, but it doesn’t have any of its own just yet. Well, that’s going to change soon.
It was only a matter of time. With other smartphone brands launching sub-brands these days, we were wondering when Vivo would do just that. Well, we finally got our answer today. It has introduced iQOO on China’s Weibo.
It’s only been a little over nine months since Honor returned to the Philippines. But guess what? Soon, it’s going to be present in 16 more malls nationwide, bringing the total number of official Honor branches to 40.
Two more Authorized Mi Stores are set to open their doors in the Philippines this year, which will bring the total number of official physical Xiaomi shops in the country to eight.
It’s the worst year ever for the smartphone industry. According to market-research firm IDC’s report on worldwide smartphone shipments for 2018, global volumes slumped 4.1 percent with a total of 1.4 billion units shipped for the full year.
It’s a new year. With it, we’re sure many of you are looking for a fresh start to your existing broadband situation. And if you’re looking to upgrade or switch to a different service provider now or sometime soon, this article should give you an over-the-top look at the broadband plans that are on offer in the Philippines at the …
This is big. Xiaomi has announced that it’s making Redmi, its popular budget-phone series, a separate brand.
We think 2018 is one of the most interesting years in the local mobile space since we started covering the technology industry in 2002.
From smartphone reviews and comparisons to fiber-connection plans, these were the stories that made you click; the ones that grabbed your attention; the articles you think were relevant to you and were worthy of your time; the ones you thought were probably worth sharing. Presenting the 10 most-read articles on our site…
We’ll remember 2018 as the year when Xiaomi and Huawei sub-brand Honor returned to the Philippines. It’s also a time when Realme entered the local market, a development that could give smartphone companies known for offering value-for-money products a run for their money.