Fresh off announcing the OPPO F5 in the Philippines, OPPO raised the curtains in its native China and made the OPPO R11s official.
As the selfie-focused-smartphone trend continues to pick up steam, China’s Xiaomi is the latest brand to throw its hat into the ring after announcing the Xiaomi Redmi Y1 and Redmi Y1 Lite in India.
Early handsets from Nokia were renowned for their long and uncompromising their battery life, as some of you would attest to.
We didn’t think OnePlus would release a “T” variant of its flagship phone in 2017, unlike last year. But now, all signs point to a OnePlus 5T launch this quarter.
OPPO Philippines last week opened a new chapter as a selfie-first smartphone brand when it launched the OPPO F5 with an 18:9 screen and some A.I. or artificial-intelligence smarts to the camera.
If there was any doubt that Apple still has its magic touch, it’s been put to rest on October 27, when the first batch of iPhone X units was sold out in a few minutes.
OPPO’s first 18:9 smartphone is finally official in the Philippines more than a month after it was first teased by Filipino celebrities Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia. And the best part? Its price isn’t what we’ve come to expect from the brand.
Waiting for the Apple iPhone X? We can feel your excitement and anxiety from here. We understand; we’re just four days away from the start of its preorder period — and more than a week from its November 3 release. Will you be able to snag one, considering it’s expected to be in short supply at launch? More importantly, is your bank account ready to part with your money?
Huawei Philippines’ current star might just become brighter with the company’s partnership with Smart Communications. The telco will be offering the Huawei Nova 2i, and we all know that a telco’s push can go a long way in increasing the likelihood of a device’s commercial success.
Sky, one of the Philippines’ more popular internet-service provider, is now in the local fiber-internet space, following the recent announcement of faster broadband packages bundled with video on demand.