If you’re still looking for a reasonably priced flagship smartphone to purchase sometime soon, you might want to hold off for what Xiaomi will be announcing this month.
A new report says that Huawei’s about-to-be-launched flagship smartphone could boast one or two video capabilities that other devices don’t have. Far from it, actually.
Vivo has announced the NEX 3 in its native China. Shipping is scheduled to start September 21st, but Vivo is already taking preorders for the flagship smartphone. The base 4G version with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage costs ¥4,998 (around P36,990 or $707).
Earlier this year, Vivo showed off the APEX 2019 concept smartphone, which is one of the first devices to debut without any ports or buttons. Since its introduction, Vivo has worked hard to build upon the idea of a seamless smartphone and what a commercial release might look like.
Preorders for the OPPO A9 2020, which is set to launch alongside the OPPO A5 2020, have started in the Philippines. Customers who pre-purchase the phone will receive a Bluetooth headset worth P2,099 (around $40) when it releases in Marine Green and Space Purple colors on September 28.
When Apple announced the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max earlier this month, the U.S. technology company claimed the A13 Bionic chip that powers all three has the fastest CPU and GPU ever in a smartphone.
September isn’t even over yet, but we’re already calling it: Of all handsets offered by premium brands in the Philippines this quarter, the Huawei Nova 5T (click this to know more about the James Reid-endorsed phone) is the best flagship-grade smartphone for the younger generation.
We’ve already written about the confirmed design and specs of Realme’s 64-megapixel camera phone when the company briefed select members of the press at a not-so-official gathering in China.
If you think only the Black Shark 2 Pro is coming to the Philippines soon, think again. The local arm of ASUS has started teasing its prized gaming phone, which could mean that the launch is right around the corner.
On the day it announced Filipina actress and host Alex Gonzaga as its first-ever A series ambassador, OPPO Philippines also revealed that it will start taking preorders for the OPPO A9 2020.