It’s official. TCL’s first self-branded smartphone will be available in the Philippines November 15 for a suggested retail price of only P15,990 (around $315) — with a free 24-inch TCL LED TV at that! Nice one!
Who doesn’t like scoring a good deal? With Lazada’s 11.11 sale coming up, we thought we’d point you to the right direction of some deals worth paying attention to.
Good news, Poco fans: Your favorite Xiaomi sub-brand might be gearing up to launch the much-awaited, much-speculated Pocophone F2 sometime soon.
Barely a week since the launch of the OnePlus 7T Pro in the Philippines, we welcome the OnePlus 7T.
Vivo will be the first company to take advantage of the Samsung Exynos 980 processor with the upcoming December launch of the Vivo X30 series phones. Samsung claims the system-on-chip is the first midrange SoC to come to the market with an integrated 5G modem.
The Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max may have beaten its predecessor, but what about against the camera heavyweights from Android?
Huawei has done it again. The launch of the Mate 30 Pro proves that the technology giant is still on top of the smartphone game. It has continued to show us what can be done when a company pushes the boundaries of what’s possible in mobile innovation.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 with a 108-megapixel penta-camera setup, which is the global version of the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro, is official.
Class-leading camera performance isn’t Xiaomi’s strong suit — until today, that is. The Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro — specifically the Premium Edition — ties with the Huawei Mate 30 Pro for the highest overall camera score of 121, according to DxOMark’s testing.
The Redmi K20 and K20 Pro, which we know outside of China as the Xiaomi Mi 9T and Mi 9T Pro, introduced compelling specs at affordable price points. So we’re excited that the Xiaomi sub-brand’s general manager, Lu Weibing, already confirmed that the Redmi K30 is coming.