DJI’s Mavic Pro drone got a lot of attention for being so compact and well priced for the sweet 4K resolution videos it could shoot from the sky. But at $1,000, it still wasn’t the go-to affordable choice. The Spark changes that.
Xperia fans in the Philippines are in for a treat: They can now purchase Sony’s most premium smartphone to date!
With smartphones transitioning to the size of tablets, it can be hard to navigate your way around one with convenience. It’s a petty complaint but if you have small hands, want to just check your phone, and reply quickly without having to fumble with both hands, you’ll get why.
NBA All-Star Steph Curry might find himself back in the Philippines sooner than later, and Filipino fans can thank Chinese smartphone maker Vivo for it.
Sure, we got our hands on the ASUS ZenFone AR back when it was first announced in January, but it didn’t have that one feature everyone was talking about: Project Tango.
We were looking forward to a hint for what Android O will actually be called during Google I/O. Sadly, the search giant kept its lips sealed, but that didn’t stop us from asking our favorite YouTubers what they think the next Android version will be named!
Two years ago, I was one of the few people fortunate enough to have an early sample of Lenovo’s Yoga 900 convertible. Needless to say, it drew a lot of attention both here and abroad for its sharp looks. Does the Yoga 910 attract as much praise? See for yourself.
Google unveiled a number of cool new things at its annual developers conference Google I/O. Among the many things they announced (which included Android O features, Google Home and Google Assistant updates, and even YouTube upgrades), what interested me most were the new features on Google Photos.
Did you know that the OPPO R9s is the best-selling Android smartphone in the world so far this year? You should if you read our recent article about it! More amazing, though, is how secluded it is to certain countries despite the worldwide success. We decided to get to the bottom of this.
We recently detailed the release dates for the new 3310 in four different countries, and while we were expecting those nations to get the revived Nokia classic first, India cut the line for an earlier release. It’s cheaper than expected, too!