I know a lot of you are looking for a good camera phone, and for those who are still on the market and have the cash on hand, today’s news might hold a lot of intrigue.
With the Mobile World Congress in February fast approaching, the leaks and rumor mill are once again alive and well for some of the hardware that will be shown off during the biggest event for phone makers.
ASUS launched the ZenFone Zoom and ZenFone Max in the Philippines last week, and it didn’t take long for the Taiwanese manufacturer to ship their latest Android phones to local stores.
During the press launch of the ASUS ZenFone Zoom, the Taiwanese manufacturer announced news that the ZenFone Max will finally be making its way to Philippine shores, several months after its announcement in August of last year.
A year after its unveiling at the 2015 International CES, ASUS is finally ready to show off the ZenFone Zoom and its 3x optical-zoom range in all its final glory, with at least one local tech blog saying that the long-speculated camera phone will retail for P26,995 when it arrives in the Philippines next week.
You may think your Android phone is second to none when it comes to raw power and performance-per-core, but you’d be wrong. It turns out the iPhone 6s is the most powerful smartphone today — and by a wide margin.
It’s been a big day for Cellprime, the homegrown cellphone distributor behind the CloudFone brand, as the company today introduced a bevy of new smartphones and tablets under the CloudFone name, plus two mobile brands that might appeal to the mid- to high-end market.
OPPO today announced that the first entry in the new F series of camera phones is now available for preorder for customers in Vietnam and starts shipping January 21st. Other markets, including the Philippines, will likely have to wait longer.
Think the iPhone is a tad overpriced? Well, the full cost of ownership for an Apple smartphone is peanuts compared to what Vertu is asking for its latest ultra-high-end Android handset. Vertu’s Signature Touch for Bentley phone is the third creation to come out of a five-year partnership with Bentley Motors, the same Bentley that makes some of the finest sedans …
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.