All the market-research firms that released local smartphone data were unanimous in saying that Realme was the No. 1 phone brand in the Philippines last quarter. But how about in the tablet category?
Big oops! It appears that Lenovo might debut its own portable gaming device soon, to rival the likes of the Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck. What’s more, there’s reason to believe the company had initially planned to announce the gaming handheld at this year’s Mobile World Congress, but for some reason decided to scrap its launch plans.
At the Lenovo Tech World 2021 earlier this month, the company unveiled the new Yoga series laptops, which includes the Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Carbon and Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Pro. Both machines run Microsoft’s latest Windows 11 operating system, feature fast OLED displays, and are powered by AMD Ryzen CPUs.
Mobile gaming now and beyond: A chat with Lenovo’s Ian TanView Post
So you wanna be an esports caster? Join programs like this oneView Post
At Mobile World Congress 2021, Lenovo announced a bevy of Android tablets to help consumers adapt to today’s new hybrid lifestyle.
Besides the new additions to its ThinkVision portfolio of monitors and webcams, Lenovo has announced refreshes across its ThinkPad laptops and IdeaPad Chromebooks at the 2021 edition of MWC [Mobile World Congress].
It’s about time. Lenovo has finally unleashed its second gaming phone in the Philippines. Are you ready for it?
After a rather long wait, Lenovo will finally announce its latest gaming phone in the Philippines later this month. The company’s local Legion arm recently confirmed that the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 has a launch scheduled for June 18.
Lenovo is expected to announce the follow-up to its first gaming phone, the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel, on April 8 in China. Ahead of its launch, some key specs of the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro have been confirmed, including its upgraded side-mounted front camera.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 870 chipset, the follow-up to the Snapdragon 865 Plus and Snapdragon 865, gets another time in the limelight now that the first phone to use it is official.
Lenovo-owned Motorola will unveil the Motorola Edge S in China on January 26, according to the company’s official teaser image posted on Weibo. The teaser has also confirmed the phone’s back design. Though a global release has yet to be announced, the Motorola Edge successor should pick up a lot of interest outside of the Chinese market, as it will be the first smartphone to debut Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 870 5G chipset.
Though quite late to the party, the Lenovo S5 Pro launched in the Philippines last year with a compelling P6,990 (around $146 converted) price tag, making it one of the most affordable Snapdragon 600 series-based devices to arrive in the country.
Qualcomm’s next-flagship chipset is not called Snapdragon 765, as many expected; it’s Snapdragon 888, representing a number considered lucky in China.
Motorola is back in the Philippines after a long hiatus. Now, the Lenovo-owned smartphone brand has announced two phones in the country, namely the Motorola Moto G 5G Plus and the high-end Motorola RAZR 5G foldable.
Lenovo Philippines announced the latest Legion Slim 7i alongside the Legion Phone Duel gaming phone at the 2020 ESGS [Electronic Sports and Gaming Summit].
There’s another gaming phone in town. And it should make serious mobile gamers sit up and take notice.
The wait is almost over. Lenovo Philippines today officially announced the Legion Phone Duel, its first gaming phone and may also be one of the most anticipated Android devices on the local market in 2020.
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.
Lenovo Philippines has already teased the launch of the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel, but it looks like another handset will be locally unveiled ahead of the company’s first gaming phone.