The triple camera-toting Honor 20 Lite will be making its Philippine debut alongside the Honor 9X on November 26.
The Realme 5s isn’t a significant upgrade from the Realme 5, but it does offer new features like a 48-megapixel Samsung GM1 sensor, a new Crystal Red variant, and two storage options: 64GB and 128GB.
The Vivo S1 Pro, which we’ve covered extensively over the past several days, will officially launch in the Philippines later today, but we already know the details, including how much the phone costs and when it will be available.
The Vivo S1 Pro, the company’s new midrange marvel, is almost here. Available in Knight Black and Fancy Sky, the phone is priced at P15,999 (around $314) in the Philippines, and it will arrive in stores starting November 30.
Huawei is indeed working on the Nova 6 5G, and today we learn it can take 105-degree super-wide-angle selfies. The company has posted a teaser video on its official Weibo account to confirm the imminent arrival of the phone.
The Vivo S1 Pro won’t launch in the Philippines until Wednesday, November 20, but Vivo Philippines has already shared the full specs of the phone with members of the local media.
We already know that the Vivo S1 Pro is launching in the Philippines on November 20.
The Realme 5s’ processor, display size, camera setup, design, and battery get confirmed with less than four days ahead of the smartphone’s rumored launch in India. The update to the Realme 5 looks to be sharing a lot of the latter’s specs so far.
The Vivo S1 Pro will officially launch in the Philippines November 20. However, unlike the phone with the same namesake that was announced in China back in May, the S1 Pro debuting here has a different design.
In the Philippines, the Vivo S1 Pro is launching soon. In China, another member of the company’s S series — one that features a punch-hole display — has been announced.