The ASUS ROG Phone 2 is now official, and, as expected, it’s the first device to be equipped with the new, never-before-seen Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset.
Cherry Mobile has teased a member of the Flare S8 series, confirming that the local brand’s next flagship model will bear a pop-up dual-lens system for selfies and video chat and triple rear cameras, for a total of five.
Fresh from the success of its participation at the Lazada Mid-year Sale, Xiaomi Philippines is now teasing a new smartphone. And it’s from the Redmi sub-brand.
A few years ago, big-battery phones were unattractive, unfashionable, and bulky to the point some of them could inadvertently double as bludgeoning weapons. One of the first smartphones we tested that promised days, not hours, of usage on a charge had a 6,500mAh battery and didn’t look like it would fit in anyone’s jeans pocket particularly well.
The Xiaomi-backed Black Shark brand introduced the first gaming-focused smartphone on the market, and this year’s Black Shark 2 was well-received for its performance, battery life, and software that caters to gamers.
The Huawei Nova 5i Pro, also rumored to be the Huawei Mate 30 Lite in some markets, was a no-show at the Nova 5 series launch event held in China last month.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is still one of the best smartphones you can buy in the Philippines today, especially now that it got updated to EMUI 9.1, where it gets the ability to zoom in on the moon — or any object, for that matter — by as much as 30x.
Vivo smartphones are currently listed on Shopee at up to 50% off as Vivo Philippines celebrates its Super Day sale on the online retail platform.
In China, it’s a slightly tweaked Xiaomi Mi CC9e. In other parts of the world, it’s the Xiaomi Mi A3 — and it already debuted in Spain today, July 17, with an unveiling in Poland slated for July 25.
HMD Global, the exclusive licensee of the iconic Nokia brand for phones and tablets, has announced its latest lineup of smartphones in the Philippines — comprised of the Nokia 2.2, Nokia 3.2, and Nokia 8.1.