These cheap yet reasonably specced smartphones (and mobile devices) from up-and-coming Chinese companies just keep showing up. If you want a 1080p screen resolution, Snapdragon 615 processor and 2GB of RAM, the Smartisan U1 budget handset has them for around Php6,550 only.
Another smartphone is redefining how much a smartphone should cost. With the Doogee X5, the new price to beat is $49.99.
Earlier this month, Asus unveiled a deluxe version of the ZenFone 2 to add more pizzazz to its flagship smartphone. This time, the company has announced a sub-variant of that variant: the Asus ZenFone 2 Deluxe Special Edition. It’s fast and gorgeous, and it has an enormous 256GB built-in storage.
If the constant release of selfie-centric smartphones is any indication, the selfie trend will remain in the mainstream for a long time. But all too often, selfie cameras lag behind their rear-facing counterparts. The Huawei Honor 7i doesn’t have such compromise, because its main camera is also its selfie camera.
When you own a smartphone company trying to catch the attention of the budget-conscious Filipino consumer, you have to be aggressive with the pricing and undercut the competition. Cherry Mobile is doing so by launching the Touch HD for only Php2,999.
Before the month ends, Asus Philippines plans to showcase and launch several of its mobile devices at the ZenFestival event in Makati. The Asus ZenFone Selfie is expected to appear and demonstrate its unique selfie experience.
MyPhone has been in a bit of a struggle with the pricing wars, but their latest handset is a step in the right direction. The local brand recently announced the MyPhone My31, a Php5k handset with a bit …
In addition to refreshing its Note phablet line, Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy S6 Edge+. It does everything the S6 Edge can, but on a bigger screen and with a couple new features.
After months of speculation and rumors, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has finally arrived. With its exterior redesign and substantial upgrades in internal components, this is Samsung’s best phablet yet.
A new Chinese startup company (with backing from Lenovo) has unveiled its first smartphone: the ZUK Z1.
Because new releases last week weren’t enough, Asus is introducing yet another variant of the ZenFone. This one’s aimed for the people who don’t want to break the bank just for a smartphone, and it’s called the Asus ZenFone Go.
Blackview is slowly but surely gaining traction as a smartphone manufacturer. One of its latest products, the Blackview Omega Pro, has a familiar sleek design and some decent internal specs.
Some users want the best design, while others want the best performance. Yet some others just want to get the most out of their smartphones on a single charge. For these latter folks, the Asus ZenFone Max seems to be the best option thanks to its 5000mAh battery.
We’ve had a taste of the first-gen Android One for months, so it’s about time we see a refresh: the Cherry Mobile One 4G. It’s not official yet—the local company has only been teasing about it—but the specs of the phone have already been leaked.