Now that the official version of Huawei’s Android 9.0 Pie-based EMUI 9.0 is rolling out to the Huawei P20 and Mate 10 series phones in the Philippines, it’s about time that we take a deeper dive into its headline features.
Just weeks after it was announced that esports will be a medal event at the upcoming 30th SEA or Southeast Asian Games in 2019, the Philippine SEA Games Organizing Committee or PHISGOC and its partner organization, Razer, have revealed the lineup of shortlisted titles in the major sporting event.
Yup, the Razer Game Store is already up on Lazada Malaysia and Lazada Philippines, bringing its presence to a total of four Southeast Asian countries. It used to be accessible only to those who are based in Singapore and Thailand.
Christmas will come early for owners of select Huawei and Honor phones as their devices will finally get a taste of Android Pie-based EMUI 9.0 on November 10.
Apple recently announced new iPad Pros at its iPad and Mac keynote event in Brooklyn, New York City. The latest premium slates from the American tech giant comes in sporting 11- and 12.9-inch displays, flat edges, facial recognition, and industry-leading internals to chew through console-quality games.
So, remember a few days back when OPPO announced its new Hyper Boost performance-acceleration feature? It’s similar to Huawei’s GPU Turbo function, only it also improves the operation of some system and third-party apps like WeChat by allocating resources to where they are needed.
Android users can finally breathe a sigh of relief: NBA 2K19 is now available on the Google Play Store. And just in time for the tip-off of the NBA’s 2018-2019 season, too!
If Huawei has GPU Turbo, OPPO now has Hyper Boost. But unlike Huawei’s gaming-focused technology, Hyper Boost aims to accelerate the overall performance of a smartphone when running heavy-load applications.
Android users can finally exhale, as Fortnite for Android is now in open beta. That means anyone can sign up and sink their teeth in the free-to-play battle-royale game without the terrible wait.
NBA 2K19 for mobile devices is finally out — albeit only for Apple smartphones and tablets for now (or for good?). And just in time for the real NBA action to start this season.