While Samsung’s Galaxy Tab series still enjoys some popularity, it’s a long way from when the first Galaxy Tab came out. Each year, the Galaxy Tab series had become increasingly mediocre when compared to offerings from other tablet makers.
Starmobile has been content to let other brands release multiple handsets left and right. For the last month, they’ve been teasing one of their upcoming smartphones though, and just a while ago, they finally took the lid off their special surprise.
Well this is a surprise. While MyPhone and Cherry Mobile have been duking it out at the Php5k range with the Rio and Omega Spectrum, it seems that Cloudfone is trying to sneak into the action with their own offering.
In case you guys missed it, Huawei made some pretty bold claims regarding its upcoming octa-core processor, the Kirin 920, saying it would be faster than the Snapdragon 805. That’s a pretty ballsy thing to say considering the Kirin 920 is still in development.
After a few months of rumors, the Samsung Galaxy Core Lite was finally made official in Taiwan. Despite the Lite name, the Galaxy Core Lite is actually a more powerful version of the Galaxy Core Advance thanks to …
NFC continues to be one of the more premium features as not too many local or even foreign branded phones have it. However, the Cherry Mobile Axis is an entry level phone with some decent specs that just recently went on sale for Php4,499, and guess what? Yep, it’s got NFC!
Rockchip debuted the RK3288 at the recently concluded Hong Kong Electronics Fair a little while back, making some big promises along the way. Well, the Rockchip RK3288 was recently tested in a tablet running Android 4.4 KitKat with 2GB RAM and a Mali-T760 GPU.
We’re halfway through the year and just about every local phone brand has launched their respective flagship octa-core offering. Curiously enough, Torque doesn’t yet have one on the market, but that should change pretty soon now that we’ve learned of their upcoming Torque Droidz Marvel FHD.
If there’s anything I hate about today’s first attempts at smartwatches, it’s that they try do too much and forget about the watch part. I want something that enhances my lifestyle, not complicate it. Well, Cogito Pop is one of the few exceptions that exist these days, and lucky for us Pinoys, it’s now available in the Philippines for Php5,500.
It seems like ASUS thinks that 7-inchers weren’t big enough for us, so they introduced yet another phablet – the ASUS Fonepad 8.
The flagship HTC One M8 is one gorgeous piece of smartphone hardware, but if you’re looking for the same level of performance without spending too much, the newly announced HTC One E8 may be more to your liking. It basically takes the innards of the M8 and surrounds it with a plastic chassis rather than an aluminum one with a few minor changes.
Sony just announced a new member of the Xperia brand, the Xperia T3. The company claims that this 5.3-inch phablet is the world’s thinnest at just 7mm for its size.
I’m a huge fan of ASUS and their Transformer and Padfone series, but the Transformer Book V concept from the Taiwanese manufacturer is more than a bit too much. The ASUS Transformer Book V is basically a combination of all of their most popular innovative lines: the Transformer Series, Padfone Series, and Transformer Book Duet.