We’ve lost count of the number of Galaxy phones that Samsung has launched this year. In the Philippines, you can add one more to the list: the Samsung Galaxy M10.
Yesterday, it was announced that the F11 Pro will get a special version in honor of OPPO’s partnership with Marvel Studios for the movie Avengers: Endgame, which will be shown in local cinemas beginning April 24.
Starting today, April 16, the most affordable Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 phone has just become cheaper in the Philippines.
From today onward, you can purchase the Huawei P30 Lite in the Philippines. It is the most affordable Huawei with an ultra-wide-angle shooter and one of the least expensive devices out there with a wide camera that includes auto-focus and tracking.
Following the release of the OPPO F11 Pro in the Philippines, the company has announced that the OPPO F11 is also coming to local stores soon.
Huawei Philippines has just made it easier for you to own a P30 series smartphone — with or without a credit card.
Back when the Realme 3 was announced last month, Realme promised to launch the Pro version a month after. The company has kept its word by sending out invitations to the Realme 3 Pro event on April 22.
And we thought we’ll get a breather from Samsung Galaxy news for now. Nope. Today, two new Galaxy A series budget smartphones have been spotted on the site of a Philippine online retailer.
Samsung has taken the wraps off two more A series devices to bulk up its current lineup, which consists of the Galaxy A20, Galaxy A20e, Galaxy A30, Galaxy A40, and Galaxy A50.
OPPO latest flagship phone after the Find X with an edge-to-edge screen and a motorized camera system is now official. The new OPPO Reno comes in two models: regular and the top-end Reno 10x Zoom Edition with the super-zoom camera the company showed off at MWC 2019.