Although Huawei didn’t get the green light from Google to make a Nexus 6P successor (the big G instead gave HTC a shot at redemption with the Pixel phones), 2016 has been a good year for the Chinese phone maker. Exceptionally good, actually.
Lenovo today unveiled a new high-end phone under its Zuk sub-brand. Specifically, the Zuk Edge takes aim at the likes of the OnePlus 3T and the Xiaomi Mi Note 2, offering the best specs available while at the same time keeping the price under $400.
If Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 recall has somehow escaped you, or if stubbornness is keeping you from going to the nearest service location or Samsung store, we advise you to prioritize turning in the phone, stat. No ifs or buts or excuses.
We’ve seen a handful of devices touting two rear cameras recently, but, strictly in terms of hardware tricks, this hardly compares to what one Philippine-based smartphone brand has in store for its customers by the end of the year.
It may be late to the market, but the ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe is finally starting to trickle out, with Asia being the next stop for the Taiwanese manufacturer’s most premium — and most expensive — smartphone yet.
Cyber Monday is tomorrow, and analysts predict we’re about to witness the biggest online shopping day in history, with shoppers expected to spend more than $3 billion on shopping sprees across the internet.
ASUS fans in the Philippines can finally breathe easy — and celebrate. And perhaps look at the company with renewed interest and enthusiasm. The ZenFone 3 Max 5.5 has been priced for local retail, just in time for its release two weeks from now.
It’s been said before — many times before — but it’s hard to overstate: Shop for games in bulk, when prices are at their cheapest. Do your shopping during the festive seasons, and avoid full-priced games like a plague if you want to stretch your dollar furthest.
Size is a big deal in the world of mobile processors, where smaller nodes translate to all kinds of performance gains. And when it comes to shrinking processors handily, Qualcomm is at the top of the list.
Behold, the new Mac book! And before you say it, no: It still isn’t for pros — there’s no dedicated graphics processor, and no cavity to slot in an SD card, either. In fact, there isn’t a single hole you can pick out to plug in cables and accessories.
Don’t be surprised to see a line of giddy people snake around electronics stores; they’ve waited long enough. Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro launches today in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K., laying out its vision for the future of console gaming.
If you thought Xiaomi had put all its cards on table, what with all the devices it announced this year, including an all-screen concept phone you can actually buy, you thought wrong. The Chinese manufacturer is slated to launch another handset that could tighten its grip at the top of the smartphone market.
This year could be the end of the line for the struggling Wii U. Nintendo will reportedly halt production of its current home console this Friday, Japanese newspaper Nikkeiand gaming site Eurogamer have claimed in separate reports, citing “multiple sources.”
I’d like to start on a more positive note, so let’s talk a little about that killer feature. Honestly, the Touch Bar, despite its potential utility, sounds to me a bit like what 3D Touch is to iPhones.
BlackBerry, the innovative maker of mobile phones, is dead. But by the genius of branding and the company’s software expertise, the BlackBerry name will carry on, at least for the time being. To wit, BlackBerry just announced the successor to the DTEK50, which broke cover earlier in the year.
Despite a booming Indian market dripping with potential and promise, China remains the world’s biggest buyer of smartphones. And according to a new study, it has two new vendors that reign at the top of the smartphone pack.
Samsung’s next top-shelf smartphone, the forthcoming Galaxy S8, has a lot to live up to. Following two Galaxy Note 7 recalls and the news of its discontinuation, the S8 needs to be nothing short of the best phone ever built to make up for lost sales and lost faith in the brand.
Philippine-based tech brand Cherry Mobile earlier this week announced a bunch of new Flare smartphones, with most of them wearing some pretty big specs and small price tags. They’re what you would expect Cherry Mobile devices to be: capable but delightfully affordable.
Two new OPPO smartphones broke cover recently at a press event in China. The OPPO R9s and R9s Plus look particularly iPhone-ish, except the antenna lines on the metal-clad back of these devices are barely visible and their home button evokes Samsung’s aesthetics.
We’ve seen the new Sony Xperia XZ up close at IFA 2016 in Berlin, where it was first revealed in September. Since then, the Android flagship has made its way to the U.S, Europe, India, Japan, and other parts of the world. And now, it’s making its way to the Philippines in time for the holidays.
The now-non-fictional Nike Mag shoes from Back to the Future II — it’s the absolute definition of cool in the realm of sneakerdom, right? Virgin America disagrees; it reckons it has something better, something more dreamy than a pair of kicks with auto-lacing technology.