When is Redmi’s first gaming phone coming? The brand has finally revealed the launch date of the device.
Ready your wallets, Vivo fans. The follow-up to the Vivo V20 series is already scheduled to go official a little more than a week from now.
And just like that, another Xiaomi phone is coming to the Philippines, just some time after the Redmi Note 10 Pro became official in the country.
We’ve come to expect a lot from Realme, particularly in the low-end segment. So when the world’s fastest-growing smartphone brand announced the first phone to receive the high-reliability certification by TÜV Rheinland at the Realme Quality Standards Launch Event earlier this month, we had high hopes.
Another day, another exclusive, another phone that’s part of OPPO‘s bestselling series in the Philippines.
Still looking for a do-it-all smartphone that won’t put a huge dent on your budget? #ChallengeAccepted, says Realme Philippines. As expected, the company today announced the Realme C25 alongside the Realme Buds Air 2 and Realme Buds Air 2 TWS earphones, adding yet another compelling, value-focused handset to its local lineup.
Tecno Mobile Philippines has taken the wraps off its newest smartphone on the market with the local announcement of the Tecno Spark 6 Air. But don’t let the name fool you. This is, by far, the company’s biggest release so far, and there is nothing lightweight about it.
Sony today launched two Snapdragon 888-powered flagships in the Xperia 1 III (Xperia 1 Mark 3) and Xperia 5 III (Xperia 5 Mark 3), which boast screens with a 120Hz refresh rate and periscope cameras with a variable 70mm-105mm equivalent focal length.
A Redmi gaming smartphone code-named ARES has been rumored to be in the works for a while now. Today, April 13, we finally know it’s coming.
Tecno Mobile Philippines will be bringing back the Tecno Spark 6 Go to the local market at a lower price for an upcoming virtual event scheduled April 17.