Watch out: Smartphones with two screens are upon us. Earlier this month, a report out of China had claimed that Vivo was working on a dual-screen phone, similar to the Nubia X, under its flagship NEX branding.
Can’t wait to buy a smartphone now that you got your 13th-month pay? You may be interested to know that Huawei Philippines is releasing a new colorway for one of its Nova stars. The Huawei Nova 3i, which made a whopping 25 percent of the top five total phones sold in the Philippines in its launch month, will be available in Pearl White starting December 1.
How many rear cameras do you want on your smartphone? Three like on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro? Four like on the Samsung Galaxy A9? Or are you waiting for the Nokia 9, which supposedly has five cameras on the back? Well, LG might just set the bar so high in the near future by releasing a handset with 16 — yes, 16 — rear cameras.
So much has happened since the establishment of OPPO sub-brand Realme that you’d think it’s more than six months old. It has already released three smartphones and entered five markets — India, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia. Soon, it will be in the Philippines. And come November 28, it will launch the Realme U1.
The OPPO R17 Pro launches in stores in the Philippines today, November 24, with the premium midrange phone fetching a price tag of P38,990 or about $744 locally. Suppose you already own it. OPPO is giving you a reason to further explore its excellent night-shooting capabilities.
Realme Philippines will officially make its debut in the country on November 29, as we had reported, with the Realme C1 sure to be one of the first to be offered. A day before that, November 28th, the Realme U1 is expected to launch in India and will be the first smartphone powered by MediaTek’s new Helio P70 processor.
So you’ve been eyeing a Xiaomi product for quite some time, but are short of cash to pay for it in full. You don’t have a credit card either. We have good news for you: Xiaomi Philippines has partnered with non-bank financial institution Home Credit.
The new Vivo Y95 is out now in the Philippines for P13,999 or around $268, giving the local market yet another affordable option to check out.