Everyone is talking about Sony leaving the smartphone business, but that hasn’t stopped the company from releasing new, noteworthy smartphones at the present. The new Sony Xperia M4 Aqua, for one, is a mid-range smartphone that borrows key elements from its high-end siblings.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is essentially the Galaxy S6 except for its curved screen. That and some other minor differences make the S6 Edge arguably the better choice.
Acer is getting ready for the MWC 2015 by announcing three new smartphones: the Liquid Jade Z, Liquid Z520 and Liquid Z220.
LG has taken the wraps of not just one, but four new smartphones. They’re called the Magna, Spirit, Leon and Joy, all of which are midrange handsets but with a premium design.
You gotta act fast on this one. The Cherry Mobile Granite is an entry-level Android smartphone that can be yours for Php1,699 only from February 27 to March 1.
Graduation is fast approaching, and what better gift than a smartphone? Get as much as Php2,000 on discounts on select O+ USA smartphones.
In a couple of days, Cherry Mobile will be releasing a special version of the Flare S3. With an octa-core processor running under the hood, this upcoming phone is aptly named the Cherry Mobile Flare S3 Octa.
It wasn’t long time ago when O+ introduced the 360 technology. It was then incorporated to their first device, the O+ 360. And just after a number of weeks, here they are again with the follow-up from the initial device, the O+ 360 Extreme.
Smart has launched its new Pay With Mobile service, a payment service that lets network subscribers use their load or account balance to buy mobile apps and items from the Apple App Store and iTunes. Here’s everything you need to know about the pay-with-load service.
Now that Android One is finally here in the Philippines, Cherry Mobile has unveiled the company’s first of what could be many smartphones under Google’s initiative. Does the new Cherry Mobile One fulfill the search giant’s attempt to provide great specs at a low price?
Android One—you know, that Google-backed initiative that aims to bring cheap smartphones to the five billion people who still doesn’t have one—has arrived in the Philippines. And the first two local companies to team up for the initiative are Cherry Mobile and MyPhone.