Based on the launch dates of the Huawei Mate 9 and Mate 10 series, the Huawei Mate 20 won’t probably be announced until October or November. But this early, we’re getting a good look at the upcoming smartphone, courtesy of XDA Developers.
The OPPO R17 has been the subject of rumors for weeks. The design and specs and features of the upcoming premium phone have all been spoiled for us. And now, we finally know how much it will officially cost, and when it’s expected to arrive in stores — at least in its native China.
We wrote about the upcoming Vivo V11 launch in India two days ago. Today, it looks like we can add the Philippines to the list of countries that will get the successor to the Vivo V9.
A while ago, we reported that the Huawei Mate 20 Lite may have been listed on China’s TENAA certification website with the company’s HiSilicon Kirin 710 processor in tow.
Barely a week after revealing the R17 — which, by the way, is already up for registration at Chinese online-retail giant JD.com — OPPO drops a video teaser of a phone that will still be launched on August 23, the OPPO R17 Pro.
The successor to the Vivo V9 is launching soon. The Chinese smartphone maker has sent out press invitations to what is believed to be the Vivo V11 launch event happening in India on September 6.
Remember the alleged Vivo X23 pictured in the wild we wrote about earlier? Turns out it might not be alone in following in the trails of the OPPO F9, which has already been launched in the Philippines, by the way. The Vivo V11 has also been spotted with a waterdrop screen.
Xiaomi’s Pocophone F1 won’t be official for another several days. But apparently, the phone rumored to be the most affordable Qualcomm Snapdragon 845-based device on the market (yes, cheaper than the Xiaomi Mi 8!) has already landed in the hands of at least one tech website for review.
It has only been three months since the RealMe 1 was launched in India, but make no mistake, its successor is already being prepped for launch. In fact, a press render of the RealMe 2 — seen above — briefly went live on the site of OPPO’s budget sub-brand, revealing the front and back of the smartphone.
Vivo’s next big smartphone release has been allegedly spotted in the wild courtesy of images uploaded to China’s Weibo social-media platform. The so-called Vivo X23, which we’re assuming is the immediate successor to the Vivo X21, features smaller bezels and the same notch design as the OPPO F9.
Globe Telecom is giving those who love Koreanovelas and mobile games more reasons to get a Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi.
OPPO has a new phone for the Philippine market. And as expected, its newest offering brings a redesigned body and adds fast charging and an extra rear camera to the package. Say hello to the OPPO F9.
In case you missed the announcement, the Huawei Nova 3 with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage is finally out in the Philippines. Anyone who’s convinced they want one can simply head to an authorized retailer to purchase it for P25,990 or around $486.
The Honor Play gaming-focused handset has disrupted the Philippine smartphone industry, bringing flagship-grade specs to the midrange category. Imagine paying only P15,990 or around $300 for a device that has Kirin 970, the same processor premium devices like the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro use.
For the third straight month, a Xiaomi-backed gaming smartphone topped the list of best-performing Android devices on Antutu. Getting an average benchmark score of 288,187, the Xiaomi Black Shark successfully secured its position from May and June.
Fortnite Battle Royale for Android will be available on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 as soon as the phone is released. But it won’t be the only device you can use to enjoy the wildly popular free-to-play, cross-platform online shooter on a smaller screen (albeit the Galaxy Note 9 is anything but a small phone).
We’re only a few days away from seeing the OPPO F9 launch in the Philippines on August 15. We doubt, however, there will be plenty to be surprised by.
The list keeps getting longer. Since end-July, we’ve seen many smartphones — even new ones — become cheaper. In fact, the number is more than the usual. This week, we’re adding the Samsung Galaxy A6, Galaxy J6, Galaxy J7 Core, Galaxy J7 Prime, and Galaxy J7 Pro to the list.
Vivo (quietly) announced the Y85 for the Philippine market in May. After several months on store shelves, the Chinese smartphone maker has decided to drop the phone’s original price of P13,999 (about $263) to a more palatable P11,999 ($226).
Waiting for Xiaomi’s newest Android One phones? Good news: The Xiaomi Mi A2 (or Mi 6X in China) and Mi A2 Lite (or Redmi 6 Pro) have finally dropped at Mi Authorized Stores in the Philippines. Better yet, their prices are lower than first advertised.
There’s no better time to buy the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro than today. Huawei Philippines has just slashed the prices of its flagship smartphones.
The Galaxy family has just become bigger with the addition of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. After months of being the subject of rumors, the Korean tech giant’s latest flagship device finally got unpacked in New York.
Now that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official, it’s time to take a closer look at some of the main attractions of the latest big-screen flagship.
Nope, your eyes are not deceiving you. What we accidentally stumbled upon really says P2,995 (roughly $57). Until August 30, you have a chance to buy the Huawei Y6 2018 — originally priced at P5,990 ($113) — for 50 percent off.
The high-specced Honor Play is finally official for the Philippine market with a ridiculously affordable price of P15,990 (around $302). Built for mobile gamers on a budget, it’s got the HiSilicon Kirin 970 — a top-of-the-line chipset — under the hood, and launches with proprietary GPU Turbo technology for consistently smooth gameplay on select titles.