It was on an impulse. Buying a plane ticket to Singapore to get an Apple iPhone X was not part of my plan. But as fate would have it, I didn’t get the shipping period I had wanted. The iphone release event for the iphone X, had approached and I couldn’t wait any longer to get the new phone.
The Sony Xperia XA1 is one of our favorite midrangers from this year. But if you want more screen space and the convenience of fingerprint unlocking, consider its larger stablemate, the Sony Xperia XA1 Plus.
Fresh off announcing the OPPO F5 in the Philippines, OPPO raised the curtains in its native China and made the OPPO R11s official.
As the selfie-focused-smartphone trend continues to pick up steam, China’s Xiaomi is the latest brand to throw its hat into the ring after announcing the Xiaomi Redmi Y1 and Redmi Y1 Lite in India.
It’s official! Gaming-peripherals giant Razer has entered the smartphone industry with a device “imaginatively” called the Razer Phone, a product of its purchase of handset-maker Nextbit early this year.
Early handsets from Nokia were renowned for their long and uncompromising their battery life, as some of you would attest to.
We didn’t think OnePlus would release a “T” variant of its flagship phone in 2017, unlike last year. But now, all signs point to a OnePlus 5T launch this quarter.
OPPO Philippines last week opened a new chapter as a selfie-first smartphone brand when it launched the OPPO F5 with an 18:9 screen and some A.I. or artificial-intelligence smarts to the camera.
If there was any doubt that Apple still has its magic touch, it’s been put to rest on October 27, when the first batch of iPhone X units was sold out in a few minutes.
Soon, Cherry Mobile won’t be the only Philippine-based smartphone brand with an 18:9 phone. CloudFone will be releasing its own line of tall or wide form factors that run Android Nougat sometime this quarter, according to a local website.