Now, this is a surprise! It seems that Nokia planned to release a low-end Android-powered phone all along! But as opposed to creating a skin of Android, they planned to make a forked version of it.
Though O+ USA has yet to release an official announcement, its latest and (most likely) last flagship for 2013 has already surfaced online.
We’ve seen the SKK Mobile Mirage S1‘s appearance heavily borrowing from the HTC One. This time around, we have Torque taking a leaf out of Apple’s tablet design book. This local company’s new Torque Droidz Mini D takes the guise of an iPad mini, but offers lower hardware specs for its price of Php5,699.
When it comes to smartphones, there are some features that you have to pay a premium for. The size of the display tends to be one of them, so the larger and sharper the screen, the more expensive the phone will tend to be.
With PC shipment apparently in major decline, Asus has shifted its focus on consumer tablets. Perhaps in an effort to spur up sales, it’s coming up with slates that run not just on the Android platform, but Windows as well. One of these is the Asus M80T, which recently arrived at the FCC doorsteps.
When the Cherry Mobile Apollo came out, it had such a high ppi for its price point, it was impossible that it wouldn’t become a hit. After all, you were getting a Retina-class display with 326ppi for just Php6,999.
Jolla, a new contender in the mobile arena, has come up with a plan to increase mobile OS market share: make its Sailfish OS installable on Android devices.
HTC presented two new handsets to attendees of its recent press event in Taiwan. Known as the Desire 501 and Desire 700 (dual-SIM), these two are the latest additions to the Desire family of mid-range Android smartphones.
In case you missed it, MyPhone has been actively teasing their upcoming flagship phone, the Iceberg Mini, on their Facebook page. There’s a lot we already know about it, especially since MyPhone has already released an official spec sheet infographic of sorts.
O+ have been consistently peppering us with good quality “budget” phones as of late. Not all may be home run winners, especially since they seem to be priced at the higher spectrum as far as budget phones go, they all are solidly built and work as advertised.
Well, that was sudden. MyPhone just teased one of their upcoming smartphones, and if previous leaks are to be believed, it should turn out to be the MyPhone Iceberg Mini that’s said to be even more powerful than the original 5.7″ Iceberg.
Cherry Mobile Fusion Storm: 7.85-inch display, Android Jelly Bean, 1.2GHz dual core CPU, only Php3,699November 23, 2013 | Conan Hughes | 4 Comments
Cherry Mobile has another addition in its Fusion line of tablets. For Php3,699, the Cherry Mobile Fusion Storm can be had, along with its specs geared just enough for casual gaming: 1.2GHz dual core mobile CPU, 512MB of RAM, and Android Jelly Bean.
In case you missed it, Cherry Mobile just announced a trio of budget Android tablets for less than Php5k. As usual, they are from the Fusion family that was pioneered by the Bolt.