Antutu Benchmark’s latest global rankings of the best-performing flagship and midrange Android phones have more of the same players as in the past couple of months.
Last week, it was reported that Huawei was close to completing a deal that would offload its Honor business to a state-owned consortium led by phone distributor Digital China and the Shenzhen government. Now, it’s official: Huawei has sold its Honor brand.
Two days after releasing the September lists of best-performing midrange and flagship Android phones available in China, Antutu Benchmark has shared the global rankings.
Close to two weeks into October, and we finally have Antutu Benchmark’s September list of best-performing midrange and flagship Android phones that were released in China.
The global rankings of best-performing Android smartphones in August 2020 are finally out, a few days after Antutu Benchmark revealed the lists for devices released in China.
The company behind benchmarking-tool Antutu has released August’s best-performing Android phones that were released in China, with the global rankings likely to follow soon.
Huawei has announced a One Price Repair program for the Philippine market, allowing you to purchase spare parts for select devices at discounted prices.
Antutu has just released the July rankings for midrange and flagship Android smartphones released in China, and devices from one smartphone manufacturer came out on top.
The first device from Honor’s new product line Choice has begun rolling out to global markets, and it will be in the Philippines soon, too.
If a report out of China is correct, then the gaming-laptop space could get more exciting sooner than we think.
If there ever was a time to buy the Honor 10 Lite, maybe you’d want to do it now that it’s significantly discounted for a limited time.
Antutu has just published the rankings of the best-performing midrange and flagship Android phones for the month of May. To be clear, these are for devices released in China; we’re still awaiting the global lists.
We got an email from a market-research firm earlier, revealing how smartphone brands performed in the first quarter of 2020.
It looks like Honor Philippines will kick off 2020 with a wearable instead of a smartphone.
Fresh from its success at the last major online sale in 2019, Honor Philippines is dropping the prices of its smartphones and wearables for a limited time to kick off the Valentine season.
The more-affordable-yet-still-stylish smartphone that was launched alongside the Honor 9X in the Philippines is finally available nationwide.
Honor Philippines is feeling generous, or at least, the brand is enticing you to spend big by offering freebies and discounts this Christmas season.
After a brief preorder period that started November 29, the Honor 9X is now officially available in the Philippines with a suggested retail price of P12,490, or approximately $246 converted.
Honor’s take on true wireless earbuds is coming to the Philippines. At the launch of the Honor 9X and Honor 20 Lite, the company introduced the FlyPods Lite for P2,990 (around $59).
There’s another smartphone that has made its local debut alongside the Honor 9X. And it brings some style and a bit more substance to a slightly more affordable price range.