Gionee, the company that brought us the “world’s slimmest smartphone” earlier this year, is prepping an even thinner device—the Gionee Elife S5.1. As the name implies, it’s only 5.15mm thin!
Quad-core smartphones are getting more and more affordable these days that even those with the strictest budget can buy one cheap without sacrificing on features. The newly announced SKK Mobile Phoenix G1, for instance, is a 5-inch Android-powered handset with a quad-core chip and full of features for only Php3,799.
With the tech industry looking forward to the IFA in Berlin next week, LG has unveiled a new smartphone that it will showcase in the much-anticipated tradeshow. It’s the LG G3 Stylus.
Xiaomi is once again set to impress its Philippine customers by launching another remarkable smartphone. The new Xiaomi Redmi 1S will be available on September 4 with an affordable price of only Php5,599.
HTC is currently busy churning out smartphones with 64-bit computing capabilities. There’s the world’s octa-core 64-bit smartphone that’s being teased for unveiling early next month. But in the meantime, the company has officially announced the HTC Desire 510, yet another 64-bit handset thanks to its Snapdragon 410 processor.
Gionee Pioneer P4 owners, good news! Your capable yet budget-friendly smartphone is finally rolling out its Android KitKat update. But before you go opening your system settings for the OTA update, know that the download is only available in India at the moment. Philippine users will still have to wait for their turn.
It was just yesterday when Cherry Mobile started teasing an all new Cosmos phone on its Facebook page. Fast forward to a day later and they’ve already revealed the Cherry Mobile Cosmos One, a 5.5 inch octa-core phablet for just Php6,999! Boy, do they move fast!
Oppo recently unveiled its latest affordable smartphone with 4G LTE connectivity—the new Oppo Neo 5. It’s a 4.5-inch handset that’s powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 400.
We’ve finally gotten a taste of the Gionee Elife S5.5 that’s updated to Android 4.4 KitKat. There are many minor changes here and there, but the update ultimately makes the world’s “slimmest smartphone” even better.
Well, would you look at that. SKK Mobile just dropped a bomb on their Facebook page, announcing what is officially the most affordable octa-core smartphone in the Philippines!
With Singapore’s network operator SingTel launching its commercial 300Mbps 4G LTE-Advanced service tomorrow August 23, what better way to celebrate it than having a smartphone that can support such speedy connectivity? The Samsung Galaxy S5 4G+ is confirmed to launch in that country on the same day.
Xiaomi Philippines will soon be selling more products besides its Mi3 flagship. Come August 29, the Xiaomi Mi Power Bank and accessories for the Mi3 will become available at Lazada Philippines.
GooPhone has made a name for itself over the last few years by creating clones of the most popular flagship smartphones from brands like Apple, Samsung and HTC.
Not long after making their Redmi Note 4G official, Xiaomi is once again updating another one of their devices and adding it with LTE connectivity. Introducing the new Xiaomi Redmi 1S 4G/LTE…