It wasn’t long time ago when O+ introduced the 360 technology. It was then incorporated to their first device, the O+ 360. And just after a number of weeks, here they are again with the follow-up from the initial device, the O+ 360 Extreme.
Android One—you know, that Google-backed initiative that aims to bring cheap smartphones to the five billion people who still doesn’t have one—has arrived in the Philippines. And the first two local companies to team up for the initiative are Cherry Mobile and MyPhone.
One of Cherry Mobile’s newest offering is carrying a massive 4,000mAh battery.
Cherry Mobile has announced another ground-breaking product, an inexpensive smartphone with 4G LTE connectivity.
Besides smartphones and tablets, Xiaomi is engaged in releasing several accessories for the Android platform. The latest to surface from China’s most valuable technology start-up is a Bluetooth game controller for 99 Yuan.
Gionee finally rolled out the Android OS update for the Gionee Pioneer P4.
Xiaomi has unveiled an even more powerful version of their flagship – the Mi Note Pro.
The much-awaited launch event for the new flagship smartphone of Xiaomi is finally here.
After unveiling the Cherry Mobile Me Vibe last week, Cherry Mobile has announced their newest flagship smartphone – the Cherry Mobile Cosmos One Plus.
Now that wearable devices are getting popular, it’s time for MediaTek to offer a fitting system-on-a-chip solution for device makers. It’s the new MediaTek MT2601.
In a world full of expensive technological devices, it’s hard for hardware manufacturers to really stand out among the crowd when tech shows like CES start, specifically when budget devices fail to gain the attention of headlines and media reports.
Even as a few of Xiaomi’s hotly anticipated devices haven’t made it to Philippine shores yet, the Chinese smartphone maker has just announced an all new entry level offering, the Redmi 2S.