Brace yourselves for an onslaught of Android devices with an Apple iPhone X-like notch design. You’ll see them everywhere in the Philippines soon.
Another hugely popular battle-royale shooter from the PC space has made its debut on smartphones and tablets. Fortnite for mobile devices is now out of the beta stage and is available for download for free on iPhones and iPads.
The smartphone industry is a cutthroat business yet companies rely on each other to survive. The latest example is Huawei’s dependency on LG — and vice versa.
How does a cheaper Google Pixel sound to you? Such a welcome thought, isn’t it? Well, cross your fingers because that might just be launched soon.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 is one of the company’s most popular midrange phones last year. And its successor is likely nearing its launch.
We’re seeing more and more budget smartphones with taller, 18:9 displays on the local market, and it’s likely that Vivo will release its own entry into the category soon.
Guess what we spotted while looking for newly announced devices that may already be up for sale or preorder in the Philippines? The local official prices of the sixth-generation iPad that Apple introduced a few days ago.
Or an alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 9, that is. It’s a little too early to be reporting about the phone, but it seems the Korean big-screen flagship might have already been benchmarked, thus confirming some of its key specs — and the high scores the phone can achieve.
The Huawei P20 and P20 Pro are, at last, official, as we had reported earlier. Both feature top-of-the-line hardware and advanced AI capabilities to justify their premium pricing.
If you have to ask how much the Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS is, then you can’t really afford it.
The Huawei P20 series has been the subject of the smartphone rumor mill for weeks now. Finally, the waiting has come to an end, as the Chinese OEM has lifted the shroud surrounding its mainstream flagship smartphones for 2018.
It’s here. Xiaomi’s third smartphone from the series that helped launched handsets with tall displays has been launched in Shanghai, China. And it’s out to impress.
Samsung has silently refreshed the Galaxy J7 Prime for 2018, aptly revealing it as the Galaxy J7 Prime 2 in the Indian market.
It has long been rumored that Grab is in talks with Uber Technologies Inc. for a deal that could see the latter exiting yet another major market. Today, news agency Bloomberg says that Uber “has reached an agreement to sell its Southeast Asian ride-hailing business to rival Grab.”