OPPO Philippines‘ premium midrange phone from last year is now cheaper than ever.
The two OPPO smartphones we reported would be landing in the Philippines are now here, with one more OPPO handset accompanying them.
OnePlus fans who’ve been waiting for the brand’s first smartphone from its new affordable series, this is your lucky day.
Huawei‘s second foldable phone after the Mate X first went on sale in the Philippines at retail stores. Today, three months after its initial availability, it’s finally being offered on postpaid.
It has been announced that the next POCO phone is the POCO M2 Pro, and it’s launching in India July 7. But if you were hoping to get your hands on a brand-new device from the former Xiaomi sub-brand, you may be out of luck.
We’ve come to expect a lot from the Xiaomi Redmi 9. This successor to last year’s entry-level Redmi 8 is one of the latest Redmi devices in the country. It’s the cheapest one, too, beating out any new Redmi Note 9 series models.
We finally have a launch date for ASUS‘ next gaming smartphone. Ready, mobile gamers?
They’re both from one company, Xiaomi. They’re both powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip. One, however, is more expensive than the other, owing likely to the use of more premium materials and better camera sensors, among others.
It’s official: The next OnePlus smartphone is called the OnePlus Nord, and it could potentially get back the glory the brand once had.
Earlier, Realme announced the Realme C11 in Malaysia. It’s one of the first phones on the market to launch with MediaTek’s Helio G35 processor, joining the Redmi 9C, which also debuted today, June 30.