In case you missed the announcement, ASUS Philippines has launched the follow-up to one of our favorite ASUS phones ever in the ZenFone Max Pro M2.
ASUS Philippines has done it again. The Taiwanese company has launched a smartphone that’s powerful as it is aggressively priced.
If there’s a good time to buy a Vivo phone online, it’s probably now, when select models are on sale on both Lazada and Shopee for their respective 12/12 promos in the Philippines.
Huawei has quietly released the Y5 Lite 2018 in the Philippines with an official sticker price of P5,490 (around $104). And yes, it’s the most affordable option from the world’s second-largest smartphone vendor.
There’s a reason to look forward to the Samsung Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20, the first phones from the line that’s supposed to replace the Galaxy J and On series. A recent report claims they will be priced aggressively to compete with the likes of Xiaomi.
The Realme C1 recently launched in the Philippines with a bargain-basement official price tag of P5,990 (around $113). Which, as many of you know, is incredibly low for what it offers.
The Vivo NEX made waves at about the same time as the OPPO Find X, because just like the latter, it introduced a nearly all-screen design to the public. Gone were the big, unsightly bezels and in came a smartphone with a notch-less display and a pop-up camera. In a few days, you’ll be looking at its dual-screen version.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro has easily the most sophisticated set of cameras of all Huawei phones to date and arguably the best camera phone you can get your hands on in 2018.
This just in: The Huawei Nova 4, which will launch in China two weeks from now on December 17, will not be available in the Philippines.
Qualcomm today announced its latest flagship processor at its annual Snapdragon Technology Summit in Hawaii. And no, it won’t be called the Snapdragon 8150, as was widely expected.