It’s joining the gaming-phone launch party. Six months after it released the Red Magic, Nubia has started teasing its second gaming device.
Xiaomi is set to announce the Mi MIX 3 on October 25 at a press event in Beijing. More than a thousand miles away from the Chinese capital, the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S, the Mi MIX 3’s predecessor, has seen its first price drop in the Philippines since release.
Ready for more phone announcements? Vivo Philippines has revealed that the Vivo Y81i is already available nationwide for P7,999 (roughly $149), making it the company’s most affordable notched smartphone locally.
OPPO has been teasing the return of the upper-midrange R series — a photography-focused lineup — to the Philippines. The company hasn’t said anything about which phone from the line will be landing on our shores, but a post of one of its bosses indicates that the OPPO R17 Pro could be the or one of the devices we’re looking at.
They’re stunning as they are intelligent. If you were wowed by their predecessors, wait till you get your hands on the Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro, launched this week in London.
Want to get the Apple iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max early, but don’t want to pay the full, off-contract price, which can be anywhere between P67,990 (around $1,257) and P97,490 ($1,802)? Consider getting it from a carrier instead.
If you think the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Apple iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are not within your budget, wait till you check out the Porsche Design Huawei Mate 20 RS. Launched together with the Huawei Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, and Mate 20 X here in London, the new smartphone has price tags that are fit for people awash with cash.