Smartphone screens with slim bezels are all the rage these days. What was once a feature found only in high-end devices has found its way to midrange and now, even sub-P4,000 (less than $80) handsets.
It’s been an exceptional year for smartphones.
Better late (or delayed?) than never, right?
Who are the winners in the technology industry this year? The projected numbers are in, and if there’s one takeaway here, it’s that there’s one runaway winner.
Smartphones with taller or wider screens are all the rage right now. What’s one more name to add to the pile?
Word has it that Xiaomi’s smartphone shipments dropped from 70 million in 2015 to 41 million in 2016. So you wouldn’t think that it could rise again so soon, so fast. But that’s exactly what it did.
One company’s loss is another company’s gain. That seems to be the case with Apple’s legal battle with Qualcomm over patents and licensing.
Xiaomi has finally released the Redmi 5 phones on the market. The basic Redmi 5 has a 5.7-inch screen, while the Redmi 5 Plus sports a 5.99-inch display. It has been quite a year for the Chinese tech company, and we’ve waited 3 months for these devices to hit the streets.
After a year and three months of waiting, Xiaomi Redmi fans finally got treated to what I think is the Redmi Note 5 in the form of the 5.7-inch Redmi 5 and the 5.99-inch Redmi 5 Plus.
In an age when front-facing cameras and taller displays appear to be every OEM’s priority, smartphones with supersized batteries are harder to come by.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are tipped to debut in mid-February, which is months away from today. In spite of that, the leaks have continued to pour in from all across the internet. Alleged details relating to panel designs, components, and benchmark scores have cropped up recently.
Surprise, surprise! Samsung today took the wraps off the Galaxy A8 (2018) and Galaxy A8+ (2018) — much earlier than the expected CES 2018 announcement.
We recently published a guide for NBA 2K18 for Android and iOS to help potential new players decide whether to purchase the game or sit this season out, as well as answer the common questions posed by our readers.
At least two weeks before their expected launch at the Consumer Electronics Show or CES 2018 in Las Vegas, the Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) and Galaxy A8+ (2018) showed up in a hands-on video published on YouTube.
There’s a way to stop seeing someone’s posts on Facebook and still stay friends with him. But today, Facebook has taken things further.
It has taken its sweet time to get here, but the LG V30+ will land in stores throughout the Philippines soon, pending any unforeseen delays obviously.
Finally. After months of seemingly endless speculation regarding when, and if, NBA 2K18 would ever see the light of day on an Android device, the popular basketball video-game franchise is out now and available for download for P405 in Philippine currency, or roughly $8.
Which smartphones were you searching for on Google this year?
We don’t think of Nokia when talking about smartphones with modern design. But that may just change — soon.
Even before announcing Bluboo’s local presence on Facebook, we’ve received a number of inquiries from our readers about the imminent — and official — launch of Bluboo smartphones in the Philippines.
The Doogee Mix 2 will officially go on sale in the Philippines soon, giving the market yet another value-for-money option with a taller screen that occupies more space on the front of the device.