In today’s fast-moving society, there are two things that people always require on their devices: Power and Speed. From either their smartphone’s processing performance, to its capability to connect with the world immediately, everything should be reliable and real-time.
It wasn’t long time ago when O+ introduced the 360 technology. It was then incorporated to their first device, the O+ 360. And just after a number of weeks, here they are again with the follow-up from the initial device, the O+ 360 Extreme.
Yup, Phablets are really here to stay. It’s either people with somewhat large hands prefer devices that actually fit their hands, or consumers are now becoming more practical by combining a normal-sized smartphone and a un-pocketable tablet into one device.
The Gionee Elife E7 Mini is not your traditional miniaturized version of a renowned device. In contrast to its older brother, the Elif E7, this device still sports some high-end quirks which can really make you think twice if this one is really belongs to the ‘Mini’ category.
The new Cherry Mobile Alpha Play is one of the four new devices that the company recently released that’s running on Windows 8.1. Two smartphones are on Qualcomm Snapdragon, while the other two, including the Alpha Play, is powered by an Intel processor.
A couple of weeks ago, Nokia officially launched their second Windows Phone 8.1 handset, the Nokia Lumia 930, in the Philippine market. I liked its smaller brother, the Lumia 630, especially given the price point. Realizing that its older brother might turn out to be the last phone to be branded as a Nokia phone before we see Microsoft Mobility etched onto the subsequent ones, I hoped it’ll blow our minds.
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.