The future of Honor could be hanging in the balance because of the trade war between the United States and China, but that did not stop the Huawei sub-brand from announcing two Kirin 980 smartphones recently.
Following the announcement of the Vivo V15 Blossom Pink color variant alongside Vivo new endorser Maine Mendoza, the company has teamed up with San Francisco-based Benefit Cosmetics to bring the limited-edition Vivo V15 x Benefit Kit to the Philippines.
In the battle of camera phones, there’s bound to be a Huawei P30 and a Samsung Galaxy S10 in the conversation. And why not? After all, they belong to smartphone lineups that are as stacked up as they come, especially in the photography department.
Vivo is set to launch a new smartphone at an event in China May 24, as confirmed by a post in the company’s official Weibo account.
Remember the Redmi K20, that upcoming Redmi smartphone that notched a whopping Antutu benchmark score of 458,754? Well, now it can be said: It will be launched in China May 28, barely a week from today.
The Realme 3 Pro has officially debuted in the Philippines this week, with the phone starting at the low price of P12,990 ($247) unlocked. It’s excellent value for money, so easy to recommend to anyone after a fast and smooth Android experience for less.
The OPPO Reno 10x Zoom Edition is launching in Malaysia May 27 and in India May 28. We have a feeling it will be announced in the Philippines, too — and sooner than you probably think it will. Why else did they invite us here at Revü to attend the OPPO Innovation Event 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, last February?
Sporting a lower price tag, the F11 tries to offer the best of OPPO, but costing much less than its higher-end stablemate. It offers practically everything that makes the OPPO F11 Pro good with the exception of an elevating selfie camera and a screen that extends all the way to the top with no cutout.
The Realme 3 Pro has been launched in the Philippines today, after it hit the headlines in India earlier in April.
It’s finally here. The Realme 3 Pro is officially in the Philippines, ready to battle it out with other midrange smartphones on the market.