Huawei is set to take the wraps off its flagship P30 series on March 26 at a global event in Paris. We will be there on the ground to check out what the tech giant has to offer in the high end this year, so stay tuned for our coverage from the French capital next week.
Samsung has a new A series phone. This time, unlike previous releases, the Samsung Galaxy A40 was launched in the Netherlands.
Vivo just announced the V15 Pro for the Philippine market, with preorders starting today, March 21, and ending on April 11.
The Realme 3 launched with a jaw-dropping price tag of as low as P6,990 (around $132), making it the most affordable MediaTek Helio P60 smartphone in the Philippines.
The NEX with pop-up selfie camera may have not arrived in the Philippines, but this year, Vivo has made sure to make its two new smartphones with the same feature available in the Philippines. Meet the Vivo V15 and V15 Pro.
It’s about time. More than two months after its debut in India, the Redmi Note 7 is finally launched in the Philippines — and with an 18-month warranty at that!
We’re seeing a bunch of great smartphones at midrange price points with increasing regularity lately. Our conclusion: You can already get a lot for your money without needing to spend a lot to pay a flagship price.
When Realme Philippines told consumers to “discover real value” in the Realme 3, we didn’t know it would be this one heck of a value.
At least one more Samsung Galaxy A series phone is scheduled to launch next month. The Korean manufacturer has sent out invitations to a press event happening on April 10 in three separate locations — Bangkok, Milan, and São Paulo.
And just like that, the only confirmed Redmi smartphone that we’re waiting to become official is the one powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 flagship processor. For today, the Xiaomi sub-brand launched the Redmi 7 entry-level handset.