OPPO F3 Limited Red Edition: What changed?



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?

The phone has a unique red packaging

Red OPPO F3 in box

A welcome addition to what’s already in the market: gold and rose gold.

The box packs the standard accessories…

What's inside the red OPPO F3 box

… except this time with a differently colored phone.

The F3 comes in dark, matte red

OPPO F3 red showing the matte back

But, there’s another rose-colored surprise…

Special red icons are pre-installed

Holding Red OPPO F3

This way, everything matches!

It always makes a bold fashion statement

Red haired girl using red OPPO F3

Especially if it matches your hair ?? But for those of you sans red hair…

The new color is also perfect for flatlays

Red OPPO F3 flatlay

For all your Instagram needs.

It’s basically the same phone in a pretty red package

Red haired girl having with the Red OPPO F3

If you already have your F3, don’t fret! Aside from the new color addition, the insides remain the same. All specs are exactly like the previously released OPPO F3. Pricing is also kept at PhP 15,990.

If you’re just about to get your F3, you’re in luck, as you now have more color options to choose from.

SEE ALSO: OPPO F3 review and selfie comparisons

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro Hands-on: Best phone of 2018?

Huawei outdoes itself again



In an industry where incremental updates are the new norm, Huawei manages to wow us again — barely a year after the release of the P20 Pro. The Chinese company is back with the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro which might just be the best among the best this year.

In this video, we go over the phones’ new designs, updated cameras, and new memory card format. We also go through the differences between the Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro.

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Razer Phone 2 Hands-on

A pocketable gaming rig with flagship features



Razer has improved last year’s model, and from the looks of it, we might just have a phone that not only gamers would want to use. This is our Razer Phone 2 hands-on.

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Razer Phone 2 hands-on: Not only for gamers

All glass, all power



Last year, Razer — the company known for gaming notebooks and peripherals — released a smartphone designed specifically for gamers, with features like loud front-firing stereo speakers, a brilliant display with fast refresh rates, and all the power to run your favorite games.

And just like that the gaming smartphone category was born.

This year, new competitors like the ASUS ROG Phone and ZTE Nubia Red Magic have cropped up. But Razer is back with an update! And from the looks of it, we might just have a phone that not only gamers would want to use.

At first glance, the Razer Phone 2 looks very much like last year’s model. It’s the same size, has the same boxy shape, and the same front-firing speakers on both its forehead and chin.

But turn it around and you’ll know it’s completely different. The 12-megapixel dual-camera setup (one has a 2x telephoto lens) is in a new place, and the back is now glass instead of aluminum.

In my briefing with Razer, I was told the decision on glass was to enable faster connectivity speeds — Gigabit LTE, to be exact — and to enable wireless charging.

Plus, they sell this wireless charging stand separately with cool RGB lighting underneath!

But you know what’s really cool? The Razer logo on the phone’s back lights up. Not just with Razer’s signature green, but any color of the rainbow! All of which can be managed with an app.

One thing that was really important to Razer this time around was to build not just a gaming phone, but also a flagship phone. So this year, they set out to improve the Razer Phone 2’s cameras.

The phone has got new Sony image sensors and better post-processing software, which are supposed to improve photo quality that, they say, should be able to compete with other flagships.

The camera app too has been updated — made simpler and easier to use. And for those who like it, there’s even beauty mode on the front-facing 8-megapixel camera.

Of course, all of what makes the Razer Phone 2 a great gaming phone is here.

The screen’s refresh rate is still a crazy 120Hz, but the panel has been improved further with even better dynamic range, whether you’re watching YouTube, an HDR movie on Netflix, or playing PUBG, which runs great on this device as can be expected from its pretty specced-up configuration.

This includes a high-end Snapdragon 845 processor, 8GB of memory, 64GB of expandable storage, and a hefty 4000mAh battery. All these power what you see on the 5.7-inch IGZO LCD and its 1440p resolution. Keeping everything cool is Razer’s vapor chamber cooling system.

With the official case on

So, is the Razer Phone 2 your GadgetMatch? Of course, you’ll have to wait till we finish our full review to find out whether or not the Razer Phone 2 lives up to its hype. But from the limited time that I had with the device, I think it has plenty of potential.

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