E put Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus through the wringer last year, and though dozens of premium rivals have been introduced since then, the current-gen iPhone remains one of the most valued and sought-after phones in the industry. We’d even argue that its esteem has only grown with time, even whilst the likes of LG and Huawei have armed their new …
XOMARK’s verdict is in. The site, which has become the benchmark for camera and lens-image testing, has posted its review of the Huawei P10’s (click for complete specs) dual cameras. And it’s good news for the collaboration between China’s Huawei and Germany’s Leica.
E’VE reviewed the P19,990 Vivo V5 Plus, and it left us seriously impressed, particularly when it comes to taking bokeh-laced photos with its dual-lens cameras. And Vivo isn’t done with selfie phones yet, outing the Vivo V5 Lite last month and offering budget- and selfie-conscious folks a cheaper solution to stepping their game up on social media.
HE leaks started several days ago, when images of local ads starring South Korean star G-Dragon for the new OPPO F3 and F3 Plus surfaced online and spread like wildfire among international news outlets. Sought for comment on earlier reports, OPPO Philippines simply told us to wait for an official announcement. And so we waited.
HE LG G6 made the rounds online and on social media after its announcement at MWC [Mobile World Congress] 2017, and soon enough, you might be able to officially snag one in the Philippines. We assume this because the LG G5 (click for complete specs), the outgoing G series flagship, is currently available on Lazada Philippines for P22,995 ($457) — …
HE Philippines has seen a good number of decent midrange phones come through the door as of late. Lenovo is looking to add the recently launched Lenovo K6 Note (click for complete specs) to the list, which comprises the OPPO F1s, Vivo V5, Vivo V5 Lite, and Huawei GR5 2017 (aka Honor 6x), among others.
T’S still weeks away from the Samsung Galaxy S8‘s March 29 worldwide launch, but the bigger variant’s benchmark scores have already shown up on Geekbench.
NDROID One hasn’t made as big a dent as Google and its hardware partners had hoped when the first pure Android phones for cheap debuted in select markets, including the Philippines.
F your budget for a smartphone is tight, you’d probably want to buy something that you can afford now or wait till current devices’ prices will drop end of the year. Because as this report by a market-research company reveals, the next crop of handsets may be more expensive as brands raise hardware specifications of their products.
AMSUNG didn’t unpack the Galaxy S8 at MWC [Mobile World Congress] 2017, otherwise known as the biggest phone event of the year. But it did announce that the most anticipated non-iPhone of this year will debut March 29th in New York by way of a teaser image and a video.