The LG G5 has finally made its way to the Philippines. The multi-awarded device comes in an aluminium uni-body build with an innovative modular design that allows users to attach different modules to enhance the user experience.
Having presence in key locations is a sign of growth and progress. It’s no surprise then that Lenovo, one of the world’s largest smartphone manufacturers, continues expansion in the Philippines with it’s 22nd Lenovo Exclusive Store (LES) in fast growing Iloilo City.
Local online store Widget City is now offering three of Samsung’s 2016 smartphones in the Philippines. The 2016 variants of the Samsung Galaxy J5, the Samsung Galaxy J7 and the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro are available at competitive prices.
ASUS has been busy bolstering their smartphone offerings. Recently, the Taiwanese tech giant released the entry level ASUS ZenFone Go 4.5 ZB452KG in the Philippines. It is aggressively priced and comes in at just P3,995.