Don’t count them out yet. BlackBerry recently launched a five-inch all-touch smartphone in the country. Called the BlackBerry Leap, the smartphone supports consumers and enterprise users who value security, privacy and productivity.
There’s no doubt about it the black Samsung Galaxy S6 is a beautiful phone. But it turns out the Blue Topaz version is even prettier. Smart Communications brought the variant to the country and it’s now exclusively available in Smart Stores nationwide.
Over the weekend, I noticed the Mobile Data toggle on my Galaxy S6′s notification shade had disappeared. It is actually one of the toggles I always use (for fear that my data run wild and incur additional charges). So imagine my frustration when I didn’t find it there.
Lenovo’s Dolby Atmos equipped A7000 is going on it’s third exclusive sale on June 9. The multimedia smartphone features a 5.5 inch HD screen, a True8Core MediaTek processor, and true surround sound capabilities.
Here’s one for the local brands. Philippine based MyPhone recently won a trademark battle against Apple. The decision came last May 18, when local Intellectual Property Office (IPO) ruled in favor of the Philippine phone manufacturer.
Lenovo recently announced the availability of the Lenovo A7000 to the Philippines. The media-centric smartphone comes with a 5.5 inch screen, a MediaTek 4G LTE True8Core processor, and features the new Dolby Atmos technology, a first in mobile phones. It will be available through Lazada this month.
If you’ve been following ASUS Philippines on Facebook, then you probably saw what others can’t see. But for the rest, surprise surprise! The consumer electronics company just posted a teaser image on their Facebook page about the launch of the ZenFone 2 in the Philippines.