Black Shark, the hardware company Xiaomi has invested in, today unveiled a new gaming smartphone at a press event in Beijing, China.
NBA 2K Mobile is out now for iOS devices, bringing a new arcade-style basketball game with card mechanics to the platform. The game is free but comes with in-game ads and micro-transactions and requires an internet connection to play.
Vivo has announced a new smartphone with a trendy 18:9 display and a bargain price tag that should appeal to many. Meet the Vivo Y71.
Apple has had a partnership with Red, an organization that seeks to eliminate HIV/AIDS in Africa, since 2006. This year, that collaboration has resulted in the Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus (Product)Red Special Edition. And we at Revü found out that they’re already being sold in the Philippines.
We know that the Nokia 7 Plus will be officially announced for the Philippine market on April 13, along with a few other new Nokia devices from Finnish company HMD Global. If the name rings a bell, it’s because HMD Global is the current licensee of the iconic phone brand.
Or so alleged screenshots of its benchmark score on Antutu version 7 show.
We know that Black Shark is set to reveal its gaming phone, code-named Blackshark, on April 13 in its native China. And now we have our first look at what is believed to be the Xiaomi-backed company’s upcoming handset in the wild.
OPPO Philippines has finally revealed the suggested retail price of the OPPO F7, ending weeks of speculation about the affordability of its new “selfie expert.”
You can now order the cheaper variant of the Xiaomi Redmi 5 on Shopee Philippines without waiting for the next flash-sale announcement.
The Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ may just be the next models in the Korean tech giant’s A series of smartphones to be scheduled for release.
Yesterday, we reported that the new Nokia smartphones announced at MWC 2018 in Barcelona, Spain, will be launched in the Philippines on April 13. Well, guess what? We just spotted the local price of one of those devices.
HMD Global, the current licensee of Nokia phones, is all set to launch in the Philippines the devices they unveiled at MWC 2018 in Barcelona, Spain. Well, all except for one.
Research firm International Data Corporation has declared Cherry Mobile as the top smartphone vendor by shipment volume in the Philippines in 2017.
It’s almost certain at this point that the Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo’s launch is imminent. Nearly everything that can be leaked at this point has been leaked — from benchmark scores to the smartphone’s manual.
Whether or not you think the feature is revolutionary, there’s no denying that smartphones with wider aspect ratios are in vogue these days.