Honor is back in the Philippines after a two-year absence. The Chinese OEM now wants to stay for good and has partnered with Cognitics, its exclusive distributor in the country. It has announced that its products will be exclusively available through e-commerce platform Shopee Philippines.
As confirmed by digital posters that turned up earlier this month, HMD Global will announce a Nokia X-branded smartphone on April 27. We don’t know exactly what it will be called, and whether it will be positioned above the Nokia 7 Plus or Nokia 8 Sirocco. Its 10-watt wall adapter otherwise.
Today, we’re taking a look at the latest release from Xiaomi, the Mi MIX 2S. The phone was released toward the end of March 2018. (The author, whose passion is to review whatever Xiaomi releases, is a contributor at Revü Philippines.)
When Antutu Benchmark released its list of best-performing Android phones for February 2018, no Snapdragon 845- and Exynos 9810-powered devices were included because they were not available on the market at the time.
Look out, Xiaomi. ASUS is gunning for your share of the world’s second-largest smartphone market. ASUS today revealed the ZenFone Max Pro M1 in India — at prices that undercut the nation’s top smartphone vendor.
Should we call 2018 the year of the smartphone-brand comeback? After Xiaomi, Huawei sub-brand Honor is scheduled to return to the Philippines this month.
Win after win after win. OPPO Philippines has another reason to celebrate these days.
Huawei Philippines recently announced pricing details for its P20 and P20 Pro phones. The prices in local retail are surprisingly low compared to how much the Chinese flagships are going for in Europe.
If you’d like nothing more than to get your hands on the ASUS ZenFone 5 but don’t have the budget for the P19,995 (roughly $384) Apple iPhone X clone, the Taiwanese company may have an alternative you’ll want to consider.
This is it. The next Xiaomi smartphone launch in the Philippines is just around the corner.