The Philippines proves to be a profitable market for Kata, as the Hong Kong-based manufacturer is releasing yet another device a few days from now: the Kata FishTab 3. It’s the third tablet for the company to be released in our country and touts a significant bump in terms of specs over its predecessors.
Joining other giants in LG’s high-end smartphone lineup is the new LG G2 smartphone, which was unveiled at a recent press conference in New York. Boasting the latest hardware specs, the Korean company’s latest flagship smartphone comes with a big screen, no bezel, and unique positioning of its volume rock and power button.
When you can’t beat the competition and their high-end smartphone models, sometimes you just have to aim the low-end market instead. With simplicity and a small size in mind, Acer recently unveiled its fifth smartphone for this year, the Acer Liquid Z3, which shoves a lot of Android goodies into a pocket-friendly form factor.
It seems like HTC doesn’t want Samsung be left largely unopposed in the phablet arena, as rumors of an upcoming large phone from the Taiwan-based smartphone maker started surfacing since last month. And now, the purported HTC One Max is finally making an appearance through images on Taiwanese website ePrice.
Do you fancy shopping but don’t have the time to go to malls? If yes, then you might want to try the recently released Zalora for android which has been available for the iPhone for a while now.
After a handful of teasers and countless rumors, the Moto X was finally unveiled by Google-acquired smartphone maker Motorola last week. Equipped with mid-range hardware, the two companies intend to match this flagship device with the likes of Apple’s and Samsung’s own models.
In case you live under a rock, Cherry Mobile recently launched their premium Cosmos lineup at the One Esplanade near SM Mall of Asia. Of the four, the Cherry Mobile Cosmos S just might be the sleeper hit. Why? Because the specs have that perfect balance that should make it great for gaming.
In case you missed it, Cherry Mobile recently launched what is expected to be one of their most anticipated lineup of phones for 2013, the Cosmos X, Cosmos X2, Cosmos S and Cosmos Z. Of the four phones, the Cherry Mobile Cosmos X2 is the most aesthetically appealing.
In case you’re living under a rock for a month now or you’re just very busy to keep up with the latest tech news, two local smartphone giants clashed last week with their own release of high-end superphones.
Cherry Mobile a few days ago unveiled a slew of android handsets that once again shocked the Philippine smartphone scene. These devices might not be the cheapest at this point, but it’s easy to see why. The most affordable from the line-up is the Cherry Mobile Cosmos X.
In case you missed it, MyPhone recently launched their much-vaunted phablet, the Agua Iceberg, a quad core handset with a monstrous 5.7 inch screen. There was a lot about the MyPhone Iceberg we didn’t already know about, thanks to a number of leaks and official press releases.
If you’ve been waiting for the 5.0 release of Android, then wait even further. What was unveiled by Google this week was only an incremental update, which itself arrived longer than expected, to Jelly Bean. At 4.3, the latest version retains the current dessert moniker, so there’s no Key Lime Pie for us to enjoy yet.
In case you missed it, Cherry Mobile recently launched the Cosmos series, consisting of four premium handsets. Of the four, the Cherry Mobile Cosmos Z is probably the one to look out for because it is the first locally branded phone to sport a Full HD screen.
Google has taken the wraps off the new Nexus 7. It’s got the same screen size as the old model, but it packs more punch by touting better pixel density, LTE connectivity, and the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
As a Microsoft Windows power user, one thing I sorely miss from that operating system while I go tinkering about in my Android device is windowed multitasking. Sure, my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 offers a vertical and flexible split-screen feature for multitasking, but very few apps are supported by this feature. The same predicament also exists in Samsung’s other devices that has the feature.