O+ 8.36 is the cheapest Jelly Bean powered android phone from O Plus USA. We’ll give away two units tomorrow so before you join, you might want to be familiar with its features. Check out its full specs and features after the jump.
The BlackBerry Q5 handset is finally official. Expected to be a huge hit, the device was announced Tuesday at the BlackBerry Live 2013 at Orlando. Check out the details after the jump.
Those who are rather displeased with the supposed bloatware that’s bundled with Samsung’s latest flagship device — or those who just want a pure Android experience — may be happy to know that Google has announced during its annual developer conference the Samsung Galaxy S4: Google Edition.
On the heels of rumors and Nokia’s own teasers, the Lumia 925 is finally official. The Finnish smartphone manufacturer unveiled Tuesday its latest flagship device and a major change in the company’s design for Lumia phones: the use of aluminum for the handset’s casing in lieu of just the usual polycarbonate material.
Sony is readying its follow-up flagship Xperia smarphone — the Sony Xperia ZR — that isn’t just water resistant, but fully waterproof. With that in mind, you can use its 13-megapixel shooter to take HD photos and videos underwater for up to 5 feet deep for 30 minutes. It’s worth nothing that very few phones can accomplish such feat.
Cherry Mobile finally unveiled their new quad-core powered android phone, the Cherry Mobile Skyfire 2.0. The rumors proved to be true and it turned out to be somehow disappointing for some as it has less competitive specs than the A919i Duo.
Nokia offiically announced the new Nokia Asha 501, a touch-based smartphone with a $99 price. It’s the first in its lineup to run a refreshed operating system bearing close resemblance to the canceled MeeGo OS and comes with a 3-inch screen and a 3.2-megapixel rear camera.
Globe Rewards unveiled new partners and offers yesterday, making their customer rewards program more flexible and accessible at the same time. Points already allow you to redeem telecom service promos, leisure items and gadgets, but now you can even them to pay for real life purchases. Pretty neat!
Google’s resource page for the upcoming Philippine elections has been getting large number of visits from over 50 different countries around the world. The page collects the most relevant updates regarding the elections and put them on one page for people to have an easier web browsing.
Quad-core O+ 8.15 android phone launching this May 11, Php3k off! Other O+ android devices also on SALEMay 7, 2013 | Adam Parnala | 67 Comments
O+ USA just sent us the details of the launch of their upcoming quad-core android phone, O+ 8.15. The initial unveiling will happen in an O Plus Concept Store on SM North EDSA and the first 100 people who will buy from 10AM-11AM will get Php3,000 off from its original price.
Samsung just announced another android phone to come up with a more cluttered portfolio of devices. Well, I think they’re doing it too much and adding this would makes this worse. They already have tons of smartphones out in the market and it seems impractical to have another one.
Acer Iconia A1 goes official, 7.9-inch IPS Display, Quad-core processor, 1GB RAM, and Android Jelly BeanMay 4, 2013 | Adam Parnala | 4 Comments
Acer just announced probably another contender to compete with the Google Nexus 7. It has fairly good specs but the screen is at 7.9-inch 1024×768 IPS display which clearly look like an iPad Mini rip-off at first.
Google Now, one of the finest offering from the Big G, has been rumored to be integrated on the ever-reliable Google Search. But before that happens, they just launched the super-useful personal assistant application for iPhone and iPad users.
For those who don’t know, today is the launch of Globe’s Samsung Galaxy S4! For those who pre-ordered, you’ll be able to claim your unit today at the NBC Tent in Fort Bonifacio from 4PM to 8PM. Check out the photo gallery after the jump.
Samsung finally confirmed the Galaxy Tab 3 and it’s… boring. The design is almost exactly the same and the specifications are still mid-range at best. In fact, we didn’t really notice that much of a difference from the Galaxy Tab 2. Hey Sammy, what’s up?