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.
When was the last time you held an actual photo in your hand?
I grew up with physical photo albums and picture frames. These days, though, you’d be hard-pressed to find photo printouts — most pictures are stored in your camera roll or tucked away as “Memories” on your Facebook feed.
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.