So there is indeed a global launch come November 24th, just as we reported a few days ago. But instead of a Redmi event, it’s that of its sister Xiaomi sub-brand.
Earlier today, OPPO hosted its annual INNO Day event, where the technology company unveiled its latest concept products as its vision of an integrated future, including a smartphone with a rollable screen and AR glasses, both of which were hinted at by an official teaser poster.
With the holiday-shopping season just around the corner, you’re probably looking for a quality smartphone that won’t break the bank. One of our suggestions for a true digital native like you? Consider Huawei‘s latest addition to its Y series, which has grown considerably over the months to give consumers more choices across price tiers.
Xiaomi will reportedly unveil something “big” later this month — November 24, to be exact. We believe the device in question is the rumored Redmi 10 or Redmi Note 10 4G, as we detailed in the article Likely Redmi Note 10 spotted complete with specs, images.
In one of the official Xiaomi groups we’re part of, the administrator said to watch for a device that’s launching November 24. Could it be from the Redmi line?
Following its Apple iPhone 12 Pro camera review, DxOMark has published its verdict of the iPhone 12 Pro Max, confirming what many already know: The latest and biggest iPhone is indeed a camera beast. But it’s not the best.
A new Vivo Y series phone is being sold in places like Hong Kong, Bahrain, Jordan, and Vietnam, and we have a feeling it may arrive in the Philippines, too. Meet the Vivo Y12s.
The year’s biggest online sale is over, and in come the reports on the bestselling mobile devices on two of the largest ecommerce sites in the Philippines.
A Realme 7 is going to be launched soon, but it’s not the Realme 7 that you know — the one that was previously launched in markets like the Philippines.
5G has recently become “the talk of the town” globally. Many technologically driven countries race to become the first nation to fully adopt 5G technology, going as far as setting up dedicated taskforces to ensure a timely rollout of the tech.