Lenovo looks to be developing a gaming phone under its Legion brand — if its new Weibo account is anything to go by. The company has set up a dedicated social media account for Legion, which seems to focus on the mobile platform.
It’s been almost two years since Lenovo launched a new smartphone in the Philippines. And then… silence. We haven’t heard from the Chinese brand in a while, but that won’t be the case for long.
Market-research firm Counterpoint Research’s Quarterly Market Monitor Q2 2019 is out.
Qualcomm has announced a more powerful version of its flagship chip.
We loved the Moto RAZR series. One of the last we had was the special gold edition Dolce & Gabbana V3i, which was launched in the Philippines in 2006 with a price tag of P18,000 (around $345). So imagine how we felt when the Wall Street Journal reported that the phone is making a comeback in 2019 — with a …
Though it’s been a while since we last heard from Lenovo’s mobile unit in the Philippines, the Chinese brand has been turning heads in its native China as of late.
Can’t spring enough cash for the Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 or Honor Magic 2 slider phones? You might be interested to learn that Lenovo today launched the Z5 Pro, which is not only cheaper, but has a higher screen-to-body ratio than its full-screen competition.
You’ve seen the square camera setup on the back of the upcoming Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro. Imagine that on another smartphone, but instead of three sensors and an LED flash, you get an extra sensor, with the flash made smaller and placed in the middle of the module.
In an effort to offer smartphones with less bezels and more screen, manufacturers seem to be following the OPPO — with the Find X — way. You know, put the cameras in a sliding module.
No smartphone is perfect, but some are more problematic than others. And according to the latest State of Mobile Device Repair and Security Report, the Xiaomi Redmi 4 and Apple iPhone 6 had the highest failure rates among Android and iOS devices in the last quarter of 2017.