While our Asian neighbors are enjoying how fast LTE networks truly are, the Philippines is still scraping by with slow 3G Internet.
Whenever battery capacity comes up in smartphone talks, I always think about the Motorola Droid Maxx and devices offered by the local brand CloudFone. But then again, there’s bound to be another device with an even more ridiculous juice pack. Case in point: the Philips W6618 offers a whopping 5300mAh battery.
Going to the air-conditioned malls and swimming at the beach aren’t the only ways to stay cool. By having your very own Shake ‘n Go Smoothie Maker, you can create your own drinks and keep yourself refreshed and healthy this summer!
LG has a new addition to its L series of budget smartphones, and it’s one that comes preloaded with Android 4.4 KitKat. The new LG L65 is a dual-SIM smartphone with a dual core Snapdragon processor and 1GB of RAM.
When it was announced, Project Ara seemed too futuristic an undertaking that a couple of naysayers dismissed as vaporware and not happening for at least a couple of years. But lo and behold, the development for Google’s modular phone is going quite well. Here’s what you need to know about Project Ara.
It’s been a while since we’ve covered a local tablet, so here’s one that’s on our radar right now: the Torque Droidz Mini Q. For Php7,699, it’s a 7.85-inch Android slate with a quad-core processor and 3G connectivity.
Just as our local companies are churning out devices to one-up their competition, Chinese makers are also busy coming up with affordable smartphones of incredible design and specs in their home country. We’ve already seen the Xiaomi Hongmi and Huawei Honor 3C, so it’s about time ZTE launched one of its own: the ZTE Redbull.
Samsung Galaxy S5 is one of the hottest android smartphones at the moment. It’s new design with its dimpled back, fingerprint scanner, revamped Touchwiz, and hear rate sensor makes everybody excited. If you’re one of those who can’t wait to get their hands on this device, check out Globe’s postpaid plans!
Cherry Mobile has uploaded a video on Facebook of their own phone running Android 4.4 KitKat. Watch it here.
Cherry Mobile’s Flare lineup of smartphones is one with notable if not great releases, and one new member has piqued our interest once more. The upcoming Cherry Mobile Flare Dash is a quad-core Android Jelly Bean smartphone with dual-SIM capability and 4-inch display for just Php3,699.
Even if you can only shell out only a few thousand pesos for a new smartphone, Cherry Mobile still has a lot to offer. Here are your choices for Cherry Mobile smartphones under Php3,000.
Need an entry-level Android smartphone without spending truckloads of money? Then you might want to take a look at these affordable devices: the Cherry Mobile Onyx, Ace, and Snap.