The Starry Purple version of the OPPO F9 is now official in the Philippines, joining the Twilight Blue and Sunrise Red color options that were launched locally just last month.
Vivo has been at the forefront of developing in-display solutions for use in its smartphones. It broke ground with the Vivo X20 Plus UD, the world’s first-ever phone to ship with a fingerprint sensor built into the screen, beating the likes of Apple and Samsung to integrating the technology into a consumer product in the process.
The next Samsung Galaxy to hit stores might not have two or three but four — yes, four — cameras in total.
Apple has announced three new iPhone models with notched screens and small bezels, marking the end of the tech giant’s legacy design for its smartphones. The most affordable among these latest entries is the Apple iPhone XR, essentially the new iPhone for the “masses.”
Gather round. Apple has taken the wraps off its 2018 iPhones, ushering in a new era that will either be more groundbreaking than the last 11 years or signal the decline of the brand that spurred the smartphone boom.
ASUS joined the gaming-phone bandwagon earlier this year, when it announced the ASUS ROG (which stands for Republic of Gamers) Phone during its keynote at Computex 2018 in June. But back then, the company did not reveal the price of the device, nor did it mention how much exactly customers will pay for the bundle that includes the ROG Phone and its gaming accessories.
Vivo has gone beyond what’s expected of them lately. Early this year, it introduced the under-display fingerprint sensor on a smartphone, which has now found its way to a more affordable midrange V series phone, the Vivo V11, also known as the V11 Pro in India. In the Philippines, the P19,999 (roughly $371) device is already up for preorder until September 20.