LESS than a week after Samsung revealed its first smartphone with a dual-camera system, the Galaxy Note 8, the Korean giant seems ready to announce its second phone with two cameras on the back. This time, though, the device is a midrange product. Say hello to the Samsung Galaxy J7+, from the line that helped the company secure its (second) spot in the Philippines in the second quarter of 2017.
LENOVO is slashing the prices of three smartphones over the next three days in a flash sale that starts August 26. They will be available for purchase exclusively through Lazada Philippines.
THE Huawei Mate 10, the Chinese OEM’s big-screen flagship, is scheduled to be announced on October 16. Understandably, Huawei has begun teasing its upcoming smartphone — and it’s doing so at the expense of Korean rival Samsung.
THE Meizu Pro 7, the flagship smartphone with AMOLED screens on both sides, will get a local launch September 9, Revü Philippines has confirmed.
AS you may have heard, Samsung took to the stage to announce the Galaxy Note 8 yesterday, as well as its pricing and availability in the Philippines.
THE Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is now official, having been unveiled at a press conference in New York. This time around, the new note-taking flagship promises to do even “bigger things,” and you can tell by just looking at the phone and its specs sheet.
NO vendor was able to topple Cherry Mobile from its perch in the second quarter of 2017. It was still the top smartphone vendor in the Philippines, and only one of two local brands that made it to the top 5.
IT’S been 10 years already? On this day a decade ago, open-source advocate Chris Messina proposed using a pound sign (hello, fellow mIRC tambay! Remember this?) to tag topics of interest on Twitter. His tweet was the first ever to include what is now commonly known as a hashtag.
AFTER a round of obligatory leaks leading up to its announcement, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A is now official — at least in its home country of China.