HIS is it! Almost two months since we reported that HTC is coming back to the Philippines, we finally have a date of the Taiwanese manufacturer’s official re-entry to the country.
NFINIX introduced its Note 4 series of smartphones in the Philippines, comprising the Note 4 and Note 4 Pro. The upstart brand is exclusively sold by Hellotronics locally, which sells smartphones and other electronics through Lazada Philippines.
IAOMI fans have something to look forward to toward the end of the month, as the Chinese technology brand just announced it will debut the Xiaomi Mi 5X and MIUI 9 on July 26 at an event in China, per the official MIUI forum.
HE month of May was not particularly good to Apple, as the iPhone 7 Plus finally got dislodged from the top spot of benchmarking app Antutu’s list of best-performing smartphones. Was June any worse?
ACT: 20 percent of mobile phones shipped internationally are fake. And more than 50 percent of those may have come from China alone, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. But whose handsets did counterfeit-phone makers in China copy the most in the first half of 2017? Apple perhaps? Well, we thought wrong.
HINESE phone maker Doogee hasn’t made a strong impression on the Philippines yet, though that may soon change with the arrival of the Doogee Mix (click for complete specs). Yes, we know, that sounds like a joke. However, trust us on this: The Mix is anything but.
OLD your breath. Soon, and we mean really soon, we might finally see the first Nokia flagship smartphone since HMD Global secured the rights to use the brand.
HE Xiaomi Redmi 4 is said to be one of the best budget phones available today. And though it hasn’t been a year (try months!) since Xiaomi debuted its entry-level product, it appears a sequel is already on the way this 2017.
ONY Philippines released three of the four smartphones it launched at the Mobile World Congress — the Xperia XZ Premium, XZs, and XA1 — in May. But where’s the Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra (click for complete specs)?
S reported earlier, HTC is coming back to the Philippines after years of absence, with the HTC U11, the company’s flagship, expected to launch this month. We’re told HTC will be bringing in the U Ultra, U Play, and Desire 10 Pro as well. That sounds well and good — but how much will they cost?