The new Xiaomi Mi 8 and Mi 8 SE are arguably the technology company’s most exciting smartphones of late. And if you’re wondering how to buy them in the Philippines, at prices that are not so different from what you would pay in China now, congratulations — you’ve come to the right place.
It seems that HMD Global isn’t done releasing new Nokia phones in the first half of 2018. Just less than two weeks after it launched the Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3.1, and Nokia 2.1 — successors to the Nokia 5, Nokia 3, and Nokia 2 — renders of a new device called Nokia 5.1 Plus have surfaced online.
NEX, Vivo’s next-gen flagship smartphone with an almost-zero-bezel screen, is set to launch June 12. We already have a good idea of what the phone might look like. On the inside, however, there are still plenty of questions needing answers.
The Samsung recently rolled out the Galaxy J6, the most affordable Galaxy with an Infinity Display (read: extra-tall screen), for P13,990 or around $265 in the Philippines. Elsewhere, thousands of miles from the Philippine islands, Samsung has announced the Galaxy J7 (2018) and J3 (2018) for its U.S. customers.
A lot has happened since Honor’s comeback in the Philippines on April 25. It set up shop on Shopee and, just four days ago, on Lazada. It brought these three devices to our shores: Honor 9 Lite, Honor 7X, and, most recently, Honor 10. And it showcased the Honor 7S and 7A budget smartphones.
We’ve been waiting for this for the longest time. The first batch of alleged live photos of a Google Pixel 3 XL prototype is already circulating online, four months before the phone’s expected launch.
Gaming smartphones are taking the industry to new frontiers, and it seems every phone maker not named Apple is trying to get in on the action. Recently, Honor, the Huawei sub-brand whose devices are already available in the Philippines, has thrown its hat in the ring, launching the new Honor Play in its home market of China.