Xiaomi‘s spin-off brand POCO has launched the eagerly awaited POCO X2 in India. It’s the second phone from the company after the wildly successful POCO or Pocophone F1.
Samsung Electronics Philippines has revealed the local retail price of the Galaxy A71 with a Galaxy Note 10-inspired front panel and Samsung’s first phone sporting a 64-megapixel high-resolution camera sensor. It has also launched the Note 10 Lite. But in more exciting news, the company has opened preorders for its flagship Galaxy S20 phones in the country.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite is official in the Philippines, barely two weeks after the Korean technology giant confirmed its arrival in the country.
After opening preorders in the country, Samsung Electronics Philippines has launched the new Samsung Galaxy A71, a premium midrange phone with a Galaxy Note 10-like front panel and quad rear cameras in a rectangular module. It arrives as the successor to last year’s Galaxy A70 and will be available from February 15.
Manu Kumar Jain’s tweet did not surprise us. The Xiaomi global vice president and Xiaomi India managing director has posted a teaser video of an upcoming Redmi phone — the same clip posted by Redmi India.
Finally. More than a month after confirming that it will be selling smartphones once again, Lenovo Philippines has revealed its first comeback offering. Or one of the first, at least.
The debut of the Realme C2‘s successor is just around the corner. The Realme C3 is scheduled to launch in India February 6, and it could be announced for other markets, including the Philippines, a month or two after.
Samsung Electronics Philippines has revealed the preorder details for the Samsung Galaxy A71, which will launch in the country February 4th. The announcement was made on the company’s official social media page.
Priced at P6,990, or around $138 converted, the Realme 5i with 3GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage is now available for purchase in the Philippines. You can choose from either Aqua Blue or Forest Green color variant.
Fresh from its success at the last major online sale in 2019, Honor Philippines is dropping the prices of its smartphones and wearables for a limited time to kick off the Valentine season.