According to a report from a Russian news site, Huawei‘s next Mate series phones will be launched as early as next month.
Mark your calendars: Realme will be hosting a flash sale at the Shopee Brand Day Sale August 13th.
Xiaomi has announced that it will no longer offer the Pocophone F1 at their Authorized Mi Stores in the Philippines. The company made headlines last year when it fitted the smartphone with 2018’s Snapdragon 845 flagship chip, and set it to compete in the upper-midrange category.
Realme recently held an exclusive event in India to detail all its future products. Not only has the company spilled the beans on what’s next for its smartphone portfolio, the former OPPO subsidiary also revealed new technologies it is working on.
Just a little over a month ago, Xiaomi launched the Mi 9T, the global variant of the Redmi K20, here in the Philippines. The device is a very strong contender in the upper-midrange market, yet it’s still no match for its Pro cousin.
Samsung has announced the latest entries to its big-screen flagship series. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus have arrived, and we have all the details you need about these smartphones, which will be released in the Philippines later this month.
At an event today, August 7, Xioami has finally shed light on sub-brand Redmi’s upcoming smartphone with a 64-megapixel camera. And this isn’t the only exciting news from the launch.
Now, we’re confused. A month ago, we saw alleged pictures of a Huawei Mate 30 Pro case with a rectangular cutout for the rear cameras. They were supposedly taken at one of Huawei‘s production lines. Today, we see something different.
Digital Walker, the exclusive distributor of OnePlus in the Philippines, has taken us by surprise — in a good way.
Android Q-based EMUI 10.0 will be launched at the Huawei Developer Conference, which is happening from August 9 to 11 in Dongguan, China. Will we see Hongmeng OS at the event as well?