The Philippines’ No. 1 smartphone brand for three consecutive quarters finally has its own e-shopping platform.
Kawaii. Now, this is definitely something worth adding to every BTS fan’s Christmas stocking.
The Philippines’ No. 1 smartphone brand for three consecutive quarters is holding an online sale the whole day tomorrow, November 26.
DJI‘s Action is back after two years when it was first introduced to compete with the GoPro Hero 7 Black. And it’s smaller yet more versatile and more powerful than before.
The world’s second-biggest smartphone company is holding a Fans Appreciation Day in the Philippines.
DJI today introduced the DJI FPV, a new hybrid drone that claims to “redefine flying” by offering users first-person perspective, giving them the sensation of flight (on steroids, might we add) through low-latency HD goggles and combining the mobility and speed of racing drones with the ease-of-use of consumer models.
Phones have come a long way from being a backup camera for pet videos and awkward portraits to being a legitimate camera for content creation and more serious photography and video work. But as much as we like taking pictures and videos on our smartphones for our website, we still think there is no replacing a dedicated camera.
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Following the announcement of the Realme Narzo 20, Realme Philippines has launched a bunch of new additions to its local AIoT or Artificial Intelligence of Things portfolio. Specifically, the company has introduced the Realme Smart Cam 360, Realme M1 Sonic Electric Toothbrush, Realme Smart Scale, and Realme Adventurer Luggage.
The successor to the Mavic Air is here, two years and three months after the original was launched with the traveler and outdoor enthusiast in mind.
Canon has launched its latest flagship full-frame camera in the Philippines with staggering specs and an equally staggering price tag to match.
Xiaomi Philippines has unveiled a bunch of new products for the Philippine market via its January-February 2020 product brochure.
DJI goes more compact and portable with the launch of the Mavic Mini. It’s almost like the 2017 DJI Spark, but with the Mavic line’s foldable legs, it’s easier just to slip this drone into your bag.
Canon’s newest DSLR and mirrorless cameras are in town. The EOS 90D and EOS M6 Mark II make their official debut in the Philippines with in-store availability starting October 10. Pricing is as follows:
The Canon EOS 200D Mark II — which is also known as the EOS Rebel SL3 in the U.S. and EOS 250D in Europe — is coming to the Philippines in May at a still-undisclosed local price.
Canon Philippines is back with another full-frame mirrorless camera in the Canon EOS RP. It’s more lightweight, less bulky, and easier to operate. Better yet, it’s significantly cheaper than the EOS R, Canon’s first full-frame compact shooter.
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Good news: DJI’s newest product, the Osmo Pocket stabilized camera, will be released in the Philippines in parallel with its availability worldwide.
OU may have come across the Dobby recently. You know, that WiFi-controlled pocket drone which won the internet over with its foldable design and Qualcomm-powered smarts.
ONY may not be top of mind among smartphone brands at the moment, but it’s doing very well in the camera segment, even at the prices we’re seeing. The Sony A6500 is the company’s latest “prosumer” mirrorless camera, with specs and pricing to match. And after spending months on shelves overseas — it’s been out in the U.S. since November — it’s finally available in the Philippines.