Chinese smartphone manufacturers have been commencing their entry in the local smartphone industry. Almost all major company there are bringing all their cards on the table to attract the Filipino market. Ranging from mid-range to high-end devices, there’s no stopping these companies in penetrating our country.
Many of you may have been focusing on the “Other” local brand’s tablet launch at SM North EDSA, but MyPhone certainly didn’t just sit idly by while they hogged all the glory.
If I told you now that this is a great phone, I don’t think it’d be much of a surprise. The specs alone was a dead giveaway, so I’m sure I’m not alone in setting the expectations high. But it was still able to surprise me a little more because I didn’t realize it’ll be seven levels of awesome!
The latest installment of one of the most popular first person shooters on smartphones and tablets is finally out, raising the bar even more for the genre on mobiles.
Holy packing sheet! That was more or less my reaction when I saw Cherry Mobile’s post this morning, lol. Cherry Mobile has a few octa-core offerings, but it isn’t normally a brand that you would associate with ultra …
Xiaomi just announced the successor of the very successful Mi3, the Mi4. Just like its older brother, the new device brings a lot to the table as it’s slated to compete with the biggest international manufacturers in the world.
We’re more than halfway through the year and almost all of our local brands now have an octa-core smartphone offering.
Remember the THL 5000 with its octa-core CPU and monstrous 5,000mAh battery that we reported about a couple of months ago?
The octa-core war on the local smartphone industry is on! When MediaTek unveiled its true octa-core processor late last year, it took the whole industry by storm. Not only that it is one of the first genuine octa-core processor ever made, but it was also destined to head to MediaTek’s avid client companies who offer devices at a very economical price.
O+ USA’s has had several experimental flagship releases lately. The Imagine and Fab Elite were probably the start of the new era, which eliminated the 8.X naming pattern of previous O+ devices. We’ve become used to 8.12, 8.15, and 8.16 before, but I think this new approach was better. They’ve also started trying out other builds other than polycarbonate plastic, notably the glass-on-glass body of the beautiful Imagine and now the aluminum on this new device.
Cherry Mobile has announced that the software update for the Cherry Mobile Flare S2 and Cherry Mobile Emerald is now live. Owners of the said devices can now check for the over-the-air update Android Kitkat 4.4 update.
Remember when having a Full HD screen was a premium feature you had to shell out more money for? Well, yeah, that’s over now that the Cherry Mobile Equinox Night has been finally announced. The Equinox Night manages to come with a Full HD IPS OGS screen while retailing for just under Php10K!