Attention, Snapchat fans! Snap, the app’s parent company, has just made its trendy smart glasses widely available. From being an exclusive product of its pop-up vending machines in the US and then eventually opening to direct web orders, the Spectacles can now be bought officially on Amazon.
Mark your calendars, MIUI fans! Xiaomi has just set a launch date for its latest aftermarket Android firmware (or we can simply call it skin). Not only that, the Chinese tech company will also announce a new smartphone.
Nothing’s official yet, but this is the new Nokia 8 smartphone, the one true flagship of HMD Global.
These leaked images acquired by Venture Beat reveal the new Nokia smartphone in all its glory. While the phone looks eerily like its little brother the Nokia 5, its most interesting addition is the Zeiss branding on its back camera.
Do you fully read the terms and conditions before ticking the check box and accepting it? You really should because more 22,000 people in Europe just unknowingly signed up for menial labor just to be able to check social media, look up something on Google, or maybe find directions.
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 PhP 15,000 to PhP 30,000.
Welcome to GadgetMatch’s list of the best smartphones priced below PhP 15,000! Each month, we update our selection with the budget-friendly phones we believe are most deserving of your hard-earned savings.
Remember Essential? The startup lead by Android founder Andy Rubin? They announced their own smartphone called the Essential Phone (or simply “Phone” if we’re to remove the brand) last May and it’s already experiencing shipment delays. Now, there’s another problem: They just lost one of their top executives.
The K series is LG’s line of budget Android smartphones for the mass market. If you’re looking for an affordable phone or maybe a secondary handset for whatever purpose, you could check these phones out.