Vivo has upped its innovation game lately. It opened the year with a bang by showcasing a technology that puts the fingerprint sensor under the screen. That was at the CES trade show in Las Vegas. Now, for the first time, a Vivo smartphone with that feature has been made official in the Philippines, three months after it was launched …
We don’t write about discounts unless we think they’re something worth considering. This just-announced price drop of the OPPO A83 is one of them.
Despite the stigma of China-made products, Chinese smartphone manufacturers have continued to gobble up global market share. The current top 10 ranking is populated by the likes of Huawei, OPPO, and Vivo. Design- and technology-wise, they have improved by leaps and bounds as well, competing with brands like Apple and Samsung.
The OPPO Find X isn’t set to debut for at least several more hours, and yet almost all the details about the Chinese OEM’s latest flagship smartphone have been laid out courtesy of a post from The Verge.
A new Sony flagship phone, likely the Sony Xperia XZ3, might be launching at the IFA 2018 trade show in Berlin, which is happening from August 31 to September 5.
The ASUS ZenFone 5Z is now officially available at local retail, two months after it was announced for the Philippine market in April 2018. Now that it’s here, you might be wondering where you can get it at the lowest price (thus far) — without sacrificing warranty coverage from the manufacturer.
Chinese manufacturer Meizu is prepping the launch of the successors to the Meizu 15 lineup in August. And if there’s one takeaway from what we’ve learned about the smartphones so far, it’s that the Meizu 16 and 16 Plus (or Pro, as some claim) seem to follow in the path of the Xiaomi Mi 8 and Mi 8 SE.
It seems that the Android One family of smartphones is growing, with LG Electronics most likely joining the lineup soon.
Although a Samsung executive only confirmed the existence of a foldable Galaxy phone in September 2017, the company has been rumored to have been working on one for years now. Today, we may already be looking at an evidence of that.
After weeks of speculation, teasing, and wild theorizing, a launch date for the Philippine market has been set for the Vivo X21.
Last year’s Xiaomi Mi A1 Android One phone is based on the Mi 5X. They look the same, their specs are the same… only the software is different. So it’s just right to assume that the pure Android version of the Mi 6X will be called the Xiaomi Mi A2. And given the developments in the past 24 hours, the …
After years without a clear successor, OPPO’s high-end Find series will finally add a new phone to its ranks, with the launch of the Find X slated for June 19 in Paris, France. So much has been said and written about the OPPO Find X that there seems to be nothing left for us to, well, find out. Then today …
Huawei will soon allow a handful of its newer devices to run an online version of Windows 10 on top of Android. The feature will be accessible through Huawei’s Cloud PC service. It’s going to debut first in China, where it was shown off as part of Huawei’s keynote at the CES Asia 2018 trade show.
We already know that a Samsung foldable phone — believed to be called the Samsung Galaxy X — is coming. A company executive had publicly spoken about it for the first time in September 2017, just hours before Apple launched the iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone 8. Now, we got new information about the device, courtesy of analysts …
CES [Consumer Electronics Show] Asia 2018 is ongoing in Shanghai, China. One of the first major announcements to make headlines is that Huawei will soon be rolling out GPU Turbo technology to select Huawei and Honor smartphones using its very own Kirin processors.
The OPPO Find X TV commercial has finally debuted in China, just hours before the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia kickoff. The timing is great, considering the TVC stars Brazilian Neymar, the world’s highest-paid football player.
The Vivo X21, one of the few smartphones out there with an under-display fingerprint sensor, will be launched in the Philippines this June. This, according to an email sent to us by a company representative just now. While no date was set, Vivo did send us a retail unit for testing weeks ago.
We’re a step closer to a bezel-less future, as Vivo finally takes the wraps off what could be one of the most exciting smartphones this year, the Vivo NEX.
Xiaomi keeps on launching new smartphones to remain under the spotlight. This time around, it’s the Xiaomi Redmi 6 and Redmi 6A that have been thrust into the headlines. The Redmi 5 and 5A successors have just been launched in China with a starting price of ¥599 (about P4,958 or $94).
We know that we’re just a week removed from OPPO launching the Find X on June 19 in Paris, France. But in terms of specifications and features, what should we expect from the upcoming top-of-the-line smartphone?
Yesterday, we reported that the Xiaomi Mi 8 and Mi 8 SE are already being sold in the Philippines… unofficially. But there’s also one part there that we want highlighted: that Grimalkin Corporation, the exclusive distributor of Mi products in the country, is working on bringing the Mi 8 here soon.
The new Xiaomi Mi 8 and Mi 8 SE are arguably the technology company’s most exciting smartphones of late. And if you’re wondering how to buy them in the Philippines, at prices that are not so different from what you would pay in China now, congratulations — you’ve come to the right place.
The mid-tier Xiaomi Mi 8 SE has the distinction of being the world’s first smartphone to sport Qualcomm Snapdragon 710. And soon, it may not be the only Xiaomi unit to use the new chipset.
Antutu Benchmark’s lists of 10 best-performing Android phones for March and April were almost the same. But the newly released one? With the availability of new handsets came a different set of players.
It seems that HMD Global isn’t done releasing new Nokia phones in the first half of 2018. Just less than two weeks after it launched the Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3.1, and Nokia 2.1 — successors to the Nokia 5, Nokia 3, and Nokia 2 — renders of a new device called Nokia 5.1 Plus have surfaced online.