Back in February, Alcatel announced the One Touch Idol X, a Full HD smartphone with a quad core chip. However, that phone never made it to local shores. It’s probably all for the best since Alcatel has seen fit to upgrade the One Touch Idol X and give it an octa core processor.
Owners of certain high-end Xperia devices may want to check for updates today, as Sony has started rolling out Android 4.3. To be specific, these devices are the Xperia Z, ZL, ZR, and Tablet Z.
The Flare series is one of the most recognizable and successful lines of Cherry Mobile. Not too long ago, we reviewed the lackluster Flare 2.0. Not long after, Cherry Mobile released a beefier Cherry Mobile Flare 2X. At PHP 4,499, the specs aren’t too bad and is IMHO a much worthy successor to the original Flare than the Flare 2.0. But how good is it? Check it out on our full review.
Oppo N1 is the first ever device to ship with popular custom ROM CyanogenMod. The Cyanogen Inc. announced last Thursday that the N1 will be available starting December 24.
LG has expanded its G family with the new LG GX: a 5.5-inch phablet powered by a Snapdragon 600.
Not long ago, we covered the announcement of Lenovo’s latest high-end phone, the Lenovo Vibe X. However, it’s not so much a launching since the phone’s out already, but more like an official announcement. As a refresher, here are the specs of the phone.
One of Samsung’s entry-level smartphones has undergone a refresh for more accessibility and ergonomic features. Known as the Samsung Galaxy Core Advance, this is a dual-core handset with an ample 4.7-inch display.
Cherry Mobile has finally launched its latest (and probably last) addition to its Superion tablet line for the year. Now available and selling for Php7,499, the Cherry Mobile Superion Odyssey also happens to be the most pricey (hence, the superior) of the lot.
The first Google Play Edition slate has been unveiled, and it’s the LG G Pad 8.3. As with the “Google-ized” Xperia Z Ultra, this tablet replaces its older Android OS with the new 4.4 KitKat.
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.