Xiaomi officially took the wraps off the Redmi 3, which is the latest affordable Android handset from the Chinese brand. The Redmi 3 will be available for a low price of 699 RMB, or roughly P5,000, in its native China and features an all-metal construction and a sizable 4,1000mAh battery.
LG isn’t the only Android manufacturer that’s set to debut an affordable selfie phone in early 2016. Chinese brand Lenovo has also taken the requirements of frugal selfie lovers seriously, as evidenced by its latest effort.
If you’ve been keeping tabs on smartphone news over the past few months, you probably already know that Qualcomm’s most powerful chipset yet, the Snapdragon 820, will be available in handsets in early 2016.
LG has seen the writing on the wall: Mobile phone owners love taking selfies. As such, the Korean manufacturer has announced a new series of selfie-centric smartphones in the low-end market. The first handsets in the series are the LG K10 and K7.
Android phone maker OPPO is looking to start the year strong following the announcement of a new line of products for International markets. OPPO’s new F series of smartphones will be marketed mainly towards those who are looking for a quality mobile photography experience in the midrange segment.
We haven’t seen a flagship OPPO smartphone after 2014’s N3, which had the tech community buzzing about its motorized, rotating camera. In 2015, OPPO Philippines launched a number of devices, including the OPPO Joy 3, Mirror 5, R7 Lite, R7 Plus, and Neo 7 — all devices aimed at the low or midrange market.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 will reportedly be announced in February of next year, ahead of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, so it’s not surprising to see cases of the said flagship smartphone leaked into the wild before its official unveiling.
If you’re in the market for a new smartphone (and you haven’t blown your budget on holiday gifts yet), now’s a really good time to snag OPPO Philippines‘ recent models at decent discounts for a limited time.
In a bit of good news for Cherry Mobile One G1 owners, Google has released the Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 (MMB29K) update for the second-generation Android One smartphone.
BlackBerry launched the Priv for the Philippine market today, marking a renewed push to be competitive in the high-end segment. A vertical slider phone that runs Android Lollipop instead of BlackBerry 10, the Priv is the Canadian firm’s first product to use a third-party operating system; all previous BlackBerry hardware had its internally developed software on tap.