The 2021 NBA postseason officially gets underway later this week, following the conclusion of the play-in tournament that will determine the final two playoff spots in the East and West. So, the timing of this week’s free game from the Epic Games Store couldn’t be more spot-on.
Microsoft has recently rolled out Xbox Cloud Gaming invite-only beta to Windows 10 PCs and Apple iPhones and iPads, allowing Game Pass Ultimate subscribers to play over 100 console titles on the go in their web browsers while avoiding lengthy downloads and annoying storage issues. As long as your internet isn’t terrible, it should work fine — or, at least, that is what Microsoft would like people to think once it has ironed out the worst kinks of the service.
Good news for those who’ve been waiting for the release of the Black Shark 4 in the Philippines: We at Revü have spotted it at the official store of Xiaomi‘s gaming-focused sub-brand on Lazada.
This pandemic can make you feel lonelier than you’ve ever felt in your life. Which is why meaningful human interaction is more important now as we continue to navigate this reality where social distancing and isolation are commonplace. It’s no surprise then that our reliance on video-call apps has heightened immensely this past year with lockdown restrictions and the work-from-home movement.
Apex Legends Mobile, the mobile version of EA’s hit online battle-royale game Apex Legends, will be kicking off its first regional beta soon.
OPPO has been busy with the rollout of its latest ColorOS version to eligible OPPO models since Android 11’s launch in September 2020.
At last, the much-awaited, much-speculated-upon NBA 2K21 for mobile is finally out — but it’s probably not what you had in mind. Sorry. Publisher 2K decided to bring its act to Apple Arcade, adding NBA 2K21 Arcade Edition to the long and exciting list of games that iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV users can play on demand with the service, just in time for the second half of the current NBA regular season.
The latest addition to Square Enix’s sprawling list of Final Fantasy games for mobile is now available on the Google Play Store and App Store. You can now buy and download Final Fantasy VIII Remastered on your Android or iOS device.
In case you didn’t know, Pokemon is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. It’s not surprising then that The Pokemon Company has revealed a couple of new games on the horizon for the Nintendo Switch platform during today’s Pokemon Presents broadcast.
Nintendo earlier concluded its first Nintendo Direct livestream event since September 2019. In case you missed the new announcements — and there were plenty to look forward to and get excited about — you can read all about them here.
Barely five months ago, OPPO launched ColorOS 11, its user interface that’s based on Android 11. The company released a list of devices that are eligible to get it and a rollout timeline of the beta version.
Huawei has been effectively left without access to Google and many of its Android applications. Many of the company’s current models — including the Huawei Mate 40 Pro, which runs the latest EMUI 11 software and is an already excellent flagship smartphone sans Google’s help — would have been much easier to recommend if they could run the Play Store, YouTube, Drive, Photos, and a lot more first-party Google apps.
Vivo, as some of you know, recently unveiled the new OriginOS update, which is based on Android 11 (for now, at least) and will replace Funtouch OS as its Android overlay of choice on its current and future smartphones.
Realme Philippines has announced an early access program for the Realme 7 Pro, allowing users to get a taste of the latest Realme UI 2.0 overlay based on Android 11 ahead of a public rollout. Currently, the phone ships with Android 10.
Huawei P40 and Mate 30 series phones released in the Philippines received the latest EMUI version in December. But when are the other devices going to get it?
League of Legends: Wild Rift is undoubtedly one of the most popular mobile games today, despite still in its open beta or pilot stage. It performs incredibly well and runs at a rock-solid 60 fps on many midrange devices we’ve tested. Unfortunately, the visuals can’t get any smoother than 60 fps at the moment. Or so we thought.
In early September, we already had a pre-release build of Huawei‘s latest Android-based EMUI version on our P40 Pro. Back then, we showed you the new features Huawei users should expect to see once their devices get the update.
Earlier today, OPPO hosted its annual INNO Day event, where the technology company unveiled its latest concept products as its vision of an integrated future, including a smartphone with a rollable screen and AR glasses, both of which were hinted at by an official teaser poster.
Because Huawei can no longer ship devices with Google Mobile Services and Google apps preinstalled, the company is looking to adopt its own HarmonyOS, also known as Hongmeng OS in China, as a unified operating system for all kinds of products — from smartphones, tablets, and wearables to appliances.