We’re more than halfway through the year and almost all of our local brands now have an octa-core smartphone offering.
Remember the THL 5000 with its octa-core CPU and monstrous 5,000mAh battery that we reported about a couple of months ago?
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It’s been a while since we last heard from BlackBerry, but it looks like they’re finally bringing the Z3 to Philippine shores.
It didn’t take long for LG’s latest flagship smartphone to get its own mini version. The new LG G3 Beat, as a midrange handset, has many of its specs toned down a bit, but the camera retains the laser auto focus feature.
The Gionee Elife S5.5 was officially launched yesterday at the SM North EDSA Cyberzone. The Elife S5.5 launch event was hosted by Giselle Sanchez while Gionee International Head of Marketing Oliver Sha and Gionee Philippines Brand Ambassador Ellen Adarna made special appearances.
Starmobile has taken the wraps off of its latest smartphone. Jam-packed with the latest touch features, the new, intuitive Starmobile Turbo is a 5-inch smartphone running on Android 4.4 KitKat for Php6,990.
Cherry Mobile is making a comeback in the octa-core smartphone scene with the new Magnum S. For Php9,999 only, this 5-inch handset offers arguably better features than the other (and more expensive) octa-core smartphones.
On one hand, it was nice of Nokia to finally release a couple of handsets powered by Android. On the other, they all weren’t from the sleek Lumia line. But things are about to change, as there’s reportedly an incoming Lumia handset that will run on Google’s operating system.
Remember when having a Full HD screen was a premium feature you had to shell out more money for? Well, yeah, that’s over now that the Cherry Mobile Equinox Night has been finally announced. The Equinox Night manages to come with a Full HD IPS OGS screen while retailing for just under Php10K!
HTC has expanded its mid-range smartphone portfolio in the form of the new Desire 616, a dual SIM handset with an octa-core processor for $240.
Isn’t it funny that there are so few KitKat phones yet? And the next iteration of Android, Android L has already been announced! So it’s nice whenever one of the local brands comes out with a KitKat smartphone, especially one that’s as affordable as the Starmobile Sky.