Qualcomm today announced its latest flagship processor at its annual Snapdragon Technology Summit in Hawaii. And no, it won’t be called the Snapdragon 8150, as was widely expected.
The Samsung smartphone series that we’ve been waiting for even before the launch of the Galaxy Note 9 is reportedly arriving at the Mobile World Congress in February 2019, still three months from now. But today may just be our lucky day: Assuming the images and video that have surfaced online are for real, then we already have a good look at the most premium of them all.
We already know that a Huawei smartphone with an in-screen selfie camera — rumored to be named Huawei Nova 4 — is coming this December. The company has even informed U.S.-based technology site The Verge that it will have more news about the device on December 3, or probably December 4 in Philippine time.
We’re down to the final month of the year, but it seems there’s no end to Vivo Philippines announcing new smartphones in the local market. This time, it’s the Vivo Y91i’s turn to take the spotlight for one of the industry’s leading brands.
Good news: DJI’s newest product, the Osmo Pocket stabilized camera, will be released in the Philippines in parallel with its availability worldwide.
Realme Philippines officially debuted the Realme C1 yesterday, November 29. The budget blower will be available beginning next week, December 5, for as low as P5,490 or $105. Notably, however, the Realme 2 Pro, the company’s flagship phone, may have been there during the announcement, but only on the sidelines; it was not launched.
The Realme C1 has been launched in the Philippines, offering consumers yet another bargain-priced handset that looks like a modern iPhone (when viewed from the front at least) but runs Android.
You read the title right. That’s with a caveat, though: To get the Realme C1 for only P5,490 (roughly $104), you have to buy it during a flash sale happening on Lazada Philippines from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. on December 5.