A month after it was launched worldwide, the Huawei Mate 10 is finally available in the Philippines. And at a low price of P32,990 or roughly $649 at that.
After a flurry of teases and unconfirmed reports, Vivo is back with another widescreen phone in the Vivo V7.
Whatever you make of them, selfie smartphones are a thing now. And one of the cheapest gateways to ownership in the Philippines is through the Cherry Mobile Flare S6 Selfie.
For the second straight year, OnePlus is offering a T version of its flagship smartphone. This time, we’re getting the OnePlus 5T just four months after the OnePlus 5 was launched.
You probably already know when they’re launching in the Philippines, but off-contract pricing for the Apple iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone 8 have remained up in the air. Until today, that is.
Look what we at Revü found! A sponsored Facebook post revealing that the OPPO F5 variant with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage is going to be sold in the Philippines soon.
Remember what our reliable sources told us about the Vivo V7 on November 9? Vivo Philippines has finally confirmed that the smaller sibling of the V7+ is going to be rolled out to stores soon.
The LG G6+ and Q6+, slightly upgraded versions of the LG G6 and Q6, are now available in the Philippines. Just in time for the holidays, too!
It’s T-minus four (five in the Philippines) days until the OnePlus 5T launch in Brooklyn, New York. But as early as now, we already got a good look at the smartphone, courtesy of YouTuber Karl Conrad.
And they’re out. Philippine telcos Smart Communications and Globe Telecom have revealed their respective postpaid offers for the Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
We wrote about a heavily discounted, even if old and tiny, iPhone earlier. If that’s not your thing, though, and you have cash to burn and a flagship hole to fill right this instant, sit down and listen up.
If you desperately want an Apple smartphone, but don’t care all that much about which iPhone you curl up with this holiday season, take a knee and listen up: The iPhone 5S is selling for cheap for a limited time on Lazada Philippines.
The recently revealed Huawei Mate 10 pricing in the Philippines should be an indication that the local Huawei team’s claws are out indeed. This, right after selling the Nova 2i quad-camera phone for just P14,990 or about $292.
Remember the P5,229 (roughly $102) deca-core phone we found on Lazada Philippines three weeks ago? Well, it’s back — and with an even lower price tag.
If you think Vivo Philippines is done releasing new devices after it launched the Vivo V7+ 18:9 smartphone in September, think again.
Christmas is coming early to those who have been salivating over the Apple iPhone X but just don’t have the time, energy, or blind faith to fly to another country and queue outside an Apple Store like we did in Singapore.
November 9 will kick off Lazada’s Online Revolution sale event, where you can score an insane amount of discounted items, including the newly announced Cherry Mobile Cubix Cube OnRev Astro.
Buying season is just around the corner, and Lenovo has a pair of smartphones coming to the Philippines that might interest you. We’re talking about the recently launched Lenovo K8 Plus and K8 Note.
The final number is in. OPPO Philippines has revealed that it got its highest number of preorders — ever — thanks to the recently launched OPPO F5.
Lazada Philippines has a major sale event coming up over the next few days, but already we’re seeing a number of sweet deals pop up on the online retail site.
Apple and Samsung are not only fierce rivals in the smartphone space. Now more than ever, these industry giants are at loggerheads over which giant is better when it comes to mudslinging, er, advertising.
It was on an impulse. Buying a plane ticket to Singapore to get an Apple iPhone X was not part of my plan. But as fate would have it, I didn’t get the shipping period I had wanted.
The Sony Xperia XA1 is one of our favorite midrangers from this year. But if you want more screen space and the convenience of fingerprint unlocking, consider its larger stablemate, the Sony Xperia XA1 Plus.
Fresh off announcing the OPPO F5 in the Philippines, OPPO raised the curtains in its native China and made the OPPO R11s official.
As the selfie-focused-smartphone trend continues to pick up steam, China’s Xiaomi is the latest brand to throw its hat into the ring after announcing the Xiaomi Redmi Y1 and Redmi Y1 Lite in India.