It’s but a natural progression for smartphones to eventually adopt a triple-camera setup at the back, just like the top-rated Huawei P20 Pro, because of advantages like enhanced low-light, image-detail, optical-zoom, wide-angle, and 3D-depth capabilities. We’ve heard Apple will be doing that. Today, that rumor gains ground with a report citing a research note from Deutsche Securities analyst Jialin Lu.
Samsung has been rumored to be finalizing the launch details of a midrange phone with the model name SM-G8850. Word is that it will be called the Samsung Galaxy S9 Mini or Galaxy A9 Star. We may have already caught a glimpse of the upcoming device, thanks to a video and a photo uploaded to Weibo.
What many believe to be the first truly bezel-less smartphone is coming sooner than you think. The Lenovo Z5 will debut at an event in Beijing, China, on June 5.
The BTS endorsed-LG G7 ThinQ, which is slated to go on pre-order in the Philippines from May 30, will officially launch in the country on June 11.
Remember the Vivo APEX concept phone that was showcased at MWC 2018 in February? Word has it that its retail version will be launched as the Vivo NEX on June 12. And that’s not all. It may even have two variants.
We know that Xiaomi will be announcing its next-gen flagship, the Mi 8, at a press event in its home country of China on May 31. Numerous leaks and rumors have already hinted at what to expect during the announcement. But none have given us an official look at the phone’s front and back and retail box — until today.
Xiaomi, OnePlus, and most recently, OPPO have all been in the conversation of manufacturers that produce value-for-money smartphones of late. But don’t sleep on Vivo in 2018. Not after its recent announcement in its native China, where the new Vivo Z1 has turned heads.
A newly launched smartphone has just outranked the Huawei P20 on DxOMark. The HTC U12+ scored 103, making it the best dual-rear-camera phone on the camera-ratings site. It mates a 12-megapixel 1/2.55-inch primary sensor with f/1.75 27mm-equivalent lens to a 16-megapixel 2x telephoto module with an f/2.6 aperture.
The OnePlus 6 has recently been released in some parts of the world, including North America, Europe, and India. It’s also coming to the Philippines at a later, unconfirmed date, per official local distributor Digital Walker.