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Kata is a new electronics brand in the Philippines that is bringing in budget mobile phones and tablets into the local market. In this review, let's take a closer look at one of its smartphones, the Kata i1.
Months after the release of the new version of 3DMark benchmark for desktop and notebook GPUs, Futuremark recently launched 3DMark for Android devices. Here is our take on the new application.
What Facebook introduced today is neither a new phone nor OS but a new app that offers deeper social integration into your mobile device.
HTC released a more budget-friendly option for a Windows Phone 8 (WP8) called the WP8S. It appears to be a decent mid-range smartphone so read on to find out how it measures with the Nokia Lumia 820.
Performance and style in one is what the HTC One is all about. This smartphone comes with the latest processor built in an aluminum unibody that is packed with a slew of features including BlinkFeed, BoomSound and Zoe. Check out our review to see if the HTC One deserves to be number one.
Different sessions at GTC 2013 provide us with updates on the development of NVIDIA's Tegra platform from the introduction of Tegra 4 to its successors, namely Logan and Parker. Read on for more information.
The CloudFone Thrill 430X, with its main selling point of being bundled with a 4160mAh battery module, looks promising as battery life is one of the major concerns of smartphones today. How long can this device last during our battery test? Can the features justify its price tag? Read on and we'll answer those questions.
Cherry Mobile held another intimate product launch just a month after releasing the PhP 3,999-worth quad-core tablet, Fusion Bolt. This time, they introduced the 5-inch Omega HD and the quad-core Flame 2.0. Click on to watch the screen endure the stabs of a knife and crush the shells of pistachio nuts!
Acer Philippines fires up its presence in the local mobile scene by launching its three new Android smartphones, topbilled by the Liquid C1 which is touted as the first smartphone powered by an Intel processor.
Starmobile joins the bandwagon of big-screened smartphones with its 4.3-inch phone known as the Astra. This smartphone offers the key features of an Android with the added bonus of mobile TV capability.