The Realme GT Neo debuted in China end-March this year as the world’s first MediaTek Dimensity 1200 phone. And its successor is tipped to launch soon.
As it celebrates its first anniversary, Tecno Mobile continues to inspire its young-at-heart global consumers to never stop pursuing excellence. To mark this milestone event, the premium smartphone brand welcomes an awesome addition to its array of quality smartphones that are great to use for work, play, and online learning — the Spark 7 series.
Guess what? We just spotted the support page of Samsung‘s new Qualcomm Snapdragon 778 5G phone on the company’s Philippines website, indicating that the unit is launching in the country soon.
It’s confirmed: Realme will launch the first smartphone in the world to use a MediaTek Dimensity 810 5G chip. And the unit in question is said to be the Realme 8s.
This is it. Vivo, one of the top smartphone companies in the world, has confirmed that its next flagship lineup will debut soon.
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The OPPO A series phone that we spotted more than a week ago has gone official in the Philippines.
Xiaomi has another Redmi phone in its lineup for the Philippine market. But no, it’s an entirely new device.
Two days ago, we reported that the listing of the Samsung Galaxy A03s is already up on the company’s Philippine online store. We had no idea of its price back then. But some members of the sales team have finally started posting about the phone.
Many of the handsets launched by major manufacturers these days are 5G-ready — with the cost of owning one getting lower and lower.
The Vivo X60 series debuted in China in December 2020, so naturally, we’re expecting its successor to launch in December this year, too. But we could be wrong.
Just this week, Samsung announced a new entry-level A series smartphone in the dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy A03s. And guess what? We can confirm that it will be available in the Philippines soon.
This just in, squad! The Realme 8i (and possibly Realme 8s) could debut sooner than later.
Heads-up, Xiaomi fans. In an alert it sent to members of the media, the company has revealed that it will hold a global event at 8 p.m. on September 15 (Philippine time) — and we’re guessing it could be the launch of the 5G-ready Xiaomi Mi 11T and Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro.
A week ago, Tecno Mobile Philippines released the Spark 7 for P7,990 (around $159). This time, it has added a more affordable unit from another series to its smartphone lineup in the country.
There’s a different variant of the OPPO A16 phone that became available in the Philippines more than a week ago.
OPPO Philippines has announced a number of weekly discounts across its local product lineup, including its best-selling smartphone series as well as accessories like the OPPO Enco X wireless earbuds and OPPO Band B1 fitness band.
A Vivo Y series phone that was launched in Thailand in March 2021 has landed in the Philippines.
We previously wrote about the Redmi Note 10S getting another variant, one sporting a new bold purple back cover embellished with a 3D effect and a glittery finish.
Finally, it’s here. Xiaomi has formally announced the Redmi 10 on the company’s official blog. It was confirmed by Xiaomi just four days ago.