It’s Christmas in November for Huawei Mobile Services users in the Asia-Pacific region.
OPPO is ready to unveil in China the latest version of its operating system.
If you live in the Philippines like us and you’re a fan of any NBA team, chances are you’re aware of the fact that currently, unfortunately, no deal between the NBA and local TV networks and cable operators has been reached.
Diablo 4 has finally been revealed at the annual Blizzard show, aka BlizzCon, this year, as previously rumored.
Gamers, rejoice: You can now lock down a copy of the long-delayed, long-awaited Final Fantasy VII Remake in the Philippines.
Here’s some good news for you, Realme users. The company is gearing up to update some of its recent smartphones to Android 10 in the first and second quarter of 2020.
We reported earlier this month that Huawei Philippines has added the Nova 5T to the EMUI 10 closed beta program.
If you’ve been waiting to play League of Legends on your mobile device, the closest you’ll be getting to that experience will be League of Legends: Wild Rift. While it won’t come out until sometime in 2020, we’re here to help you pre-register, so you’ll get the game the moment it is released. Some of you asked for it, we’re giving it to you.
Xiaomi is just about ready to roll out the newest iteration of its custom Android interface — MIUI 11. The firmware based on Android 7.1 up to Android 10 (depending on the device) will be coming to 42 devices during a staggered rollout that starts October 22.
More Huawei smartphones are expected to receive the EMUI 10 update based on Android 10 soon.