AST year’s LG big-screen flagship, the V20, has dropped to its lowest price of all time in the Philippines, seemingly in anticipation of the LG V30’s arrival.
S this a classic case of “what goes up must come down”? For the first time ever, Huawei’s global smartphone sales surpassed Apple’s consistently for June and July 2017, making the Chinese manufacturer the world’s second largest smartphone brand next to Samsung.
F you thought Android One had gone the way of Betamax, think again. As reported earlier, Xiaomi held a press conference in India to announce the Xiaomi Mi A1, the new face of Google’s Android One platform, which delivers a pure Android experience to those who don’t have the budget for a Pixel or Nexus device.
E all expect the iPhone 8 — or the iPhone X, or whatever Apple’s 10-anniversary handset will be called — to be pricey. That’s what we explained in our previous article: Why your next smartphone could be more expensive. But that didn’t stop our jaws from dropping when we saw the alleged prices of the upcoming iDevice.
E’LL level with you: We’re rooting for the HTC U11 here. Many of our most memorable experiences involving smartphones involve, well, HTC products.
EMEMBER the Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt that we confirmed was going to be launched in the Philippines? In case you didn’t recall, it’s a budget smartphone with decent specs for under P10,000 (around $195).
T was only a matter of time. After being leaked in its full glory, Samsung’s second smartphone with a dual-camera setup — and the first in its midrange lineup — is finally official in Thailand. This is the Samsung Galaxy J7+.
E already know that the Vivo V7+ is launching in India on September 7. But what about the Philippines? While we didn’t doubt that the smartphone will be released in the country, it’s great to know that Vivo Philippines itself has confirmed that the V7+ is indeed arriving here.
E’VE already seen the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2‘s concept video, posted by no less than the designer himself. Several leaks also revealed the smartphone’s supposed specs and prices. So we pretty know what we’re going to see at its September 11 launch, right? Well, hold that thought — we just might be wrong.
T’S no surprise that LG’s new top-end phone, the LG V30, is built for creating content on YouTube and the like. It might as well have YouTube’s stamp of approval all over its glass-and-metal body, what with all the features the Korean OEM has bolted onto it.