Flip phones may have gone the way of the dinosaur, but that hasn’t stopped LG. The Korean electronics giant just announced the LG Wine Smart, an entry level Android smartphone that just so happens to feature a clam shell design.
Asus has unveiled in IFA 2014 in Berlin its first wearable device. Known as the Asus ZenWatch, this Android Wear-powered smartwatch is designed with the underlying philosophy to “start with people.”
The ongoing IFA trade show in Berlin certainly has kept companies busy with new announcements of their latest gadgets. One of the more notable launches is that of the Asus MeMO Pad 7 (ME572C), a decent tablet whose design is “inspired by stylish clutch bags and wallets.”
The move to 64-bit Android mobile devices is going strong, with Lenovo one of the latest companies to join the trend by means of a new tablet—the Lenovo Tab S8.
Not one to rest on its laurels while competition is catching up, Samsung has once again come up with another smartwatch—and it comes with a brilliant twist: it’s like a smartphone by itself. The Samsung Gear S can make calls and gain Internet access even without a paired handset.
R for round? LG plans to unveil its second Android Wear smartwatch in only 6 months after taking the wraps off its first. This second iteration, the LG G Watch R, features a full circle design for its 1.3-inch display.
If imitation is the best form of flattery, then the upstart Oppo should feel flattered. They pioneered the rotating camera that enables you to take very high resolution selfies and/or video calls.
Last week, Xiaomi celebrated its 4th birthday. And to commemorate that event, the MIUI 6 was launched, bringing major changes and a fresh new design to Xiaomi’s custom Android ROM.
LG is expanding its tablet lineup in the form of an LTE-enabled variant of the 8-inch slate it released back in May. The new LG G Pad 8.0 LTE is essentially the same tablet as before, but its enhanced connectivity is aimed to please customers in emerging 4G markets.
Back when Cherry Mobile held their launch for their own version of the Nvidia Tegra Note 7, they kept mum on the pricing. We estimated it to be around Php10,000. And it turns out we were right. The Cherry Mobile Tegra Note 7 starts at Php9,999 for the Wi-Fi only model, while the LTE-enabled model goes for Php13,999.
Who says Octa-cores are for flagship phones only? Not Cherry Mobile, apparently. They have just recently announced the most affordable Octa-core-equpped phone in the world: the eye-popping Cherry Mobile Pulse! The rest of the specs aren’t anything to sneeze at, either:
If you’re finding yourself a bit strapped for cash and yet craving for a good Android tablet, then consider choosing the Asus MeMO Pad 7 (ME176CX). For just Php6,995, this 7-inch slate comes packing with the hardware you could hope for considering the price.
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.