Earlier, it was revealed by Qualcomm that Lenovo’s upcoming Legion-branded gaming phone will be equipped with a Snapdragon 865, which is the fastest chip you can get in an Android smartphone now.
Just yesterday, Xiaomi announced the Redmi Note 9S, essentially the Redmi Note 9 Pro for the international smartphone scene, at an online event in Malaysia. Now, the world’s third-biggest smartphone vendor has made the Redmi K30 Pro official, following weeks of rumors and leaks.
Xiaomi has formally announced the Redmi Note 9S for international markets. This is the successor to the Note 8 series, which, according to market data, was the best-selling Android smartphone of the last quarter of 2019.
The Huawei Nova 7i Kirin 810 phone just became available in the Philippines, but there’s already the Kirin 820 in the pipeline. In fact, it will go official with the launch of the Honor 30S come March 30.
We’ve been swamped with still-unverified information on Huawei‘s upcoming P40 series flagship smartphones, which will be launched at an online event March 26th.
The OPPO Reno 3 and Reno 3 Pro are now official for the local market, though the company has postponed the release of the phones in the Philippines in light of the coronavirus pandemic and strict quarantine measures in the Philippine capital and other parts of the country.
HMD Global launched a couple of Nokia-branded Android smartphones today, including the budget-priced Nokia 1.3.
On top of the Nokia 8.3, Nokia 5.3, and Nokia 1.3 Android smartphones, HMD Global has rebooted another Nokia classic with the announcement of the new Nokia 5310. Yes, the popular feature phone from the Finnish company’s late-2000s catalog.
Surprise! Realme is about to introduce a new smartphone series that’s supposedly aimed at the likes of Xiaomi‘s Redmi and POCO handsets.
If you’re wondering if Samsung‘s #MegaMonster phone is coming to the Philippines, we’ve got good news for you: It is.