The LG Q6 challenges the norm of budget phones having last year’s (or even later) features. So far, 2017 flagships have been about borderless displays with different variations and names. Thankfully for LG, their FullVision feature is not exclusive to their expensive smartphones anymore.
ASUS has, once again, released a swarm of ZenFones with a variety of configurations. Having choices is great and all, but the question on everyone’s mind is: Which model is the best bang for one’s buck? If we had to pick one, it would likely be the ZenFone 4 Max.
After knowing the standing of smartphone companies in parts of Europe and the world, let’s now see how these brands are doing in India with the latest report from the International Data Corporation (IDC).
OPPO recently released a fiery red version of the F3 and it certainly has heads turning. I got my hands on a unit and decided to see what the hot fuss is all about. Aside from the cool color, what does this phone have to offer?
Just a few weeks before its official launch, an official-looking LG V30 render has surfaced online courtesy of Evan Blass. The high-resolution preview looks like the real deal based on what we already know, and it’s also from a reliable source.
ASUS hasn’t shied away from teasing its next-generation ZenFone 4 lineup for the past few weeks, but all that build-up ends now. The ZenFone 4 series is finally here, bringing with it several variants for all sorts of markets.
The popularity of Chinese smartphones is not only evident in Asia as the latest report from Canalys proves. With a total of 15.6 million shipments, the Central and Eastern Europe smartphone market is dominated by three Chinese brands.
The big players may be grabbing all the headlines, but ZTE is discreetly building a lineup of smartphones with excellent value. The Blade Z Max is the newest of which, and it offers features you’d normally find in handsets more than twice its price.
I took one look at the Meizu Pro 7 and I knew I wanted to try it out. You see, unlike other folks at GadgetMatch who look to specs and features as basis for wanting to try a phone, I look at form factor and novelty. A phone with a secondary AMOLED display was obviously right up my alley.
A good mobile game could save you from getting bored out of your wits. Mobile games land their charm in the portability your consoles and PCs don’t have and the availability of games your handhelds don’t own. Granted that some of these games end up incentivising in-app purchasing or dump a crap-ton of ads, they are still fun to play.
No company causes more disruption in the smartphone market than Xiaomi. Time and time again, the Chinese company pushes incredible bang-for-buck products that undercut competing offerings at all levels.
HMD Global, the company that now owns Nokia, has just brought its latest and cheapest feature phone to the Philippines. If you’re in the market looking a long-lasting spare phone, then this Nokia is worth a look.
Welcome to GadgetMatch’s master list of smartphone prices in the Philippines. Here you’ll find the official suggested retail prices (SRP) of all the listed devices. We’ll keep this up to date to provide you with a complete inventory of what’s currently available in the Philippine market.
Is there any smartphone this year with as much to prove as the Galaxy Note 8? We highly doubt it, and with the features it’s about to bestow on us, Samsung’s stylus-touting smartphone might even exceed expectations.
The OPPO R11 and OnePlus 5 may look similar on the outside, but they’re totally different when you dig a little deeper. Need more clarification? We have the perfect video comparing the two smartphones.
The numbers are out! The International Data Corporation (IDC) published their preliminary results for the second quarter of 2017, and it seems like Chinese smartphone brands are inching closer to the top.
The most outrageous smartphone we covered last year was Samsung’s high-end W2017 flip phone. It had a traditional clamshell build with a price beyond what you’d ever expect. If these new leaks are anything to go by, Samsung is readying an equally outrageous successor.
If you’re looking for the very best high-end smartphones available, you’ve come to the right place! Every month, GadgetMatch updates this list with the finest devices money can buy, no matter how much they cost.
When premium phones are out of financial reach and entry-level handsets just don’t make your cut, something in between is the next best thing. This is our updated list of the best midrange smartphones retailing from $300 to $600.