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Taking pride in its solid body and clear display, the Starmobile Crystal is a 4.5-inch smartphone that offers a premium look for an entry-level price. Read on and find out how the Crystal fares with other smartphones of its caliber.
The Torque Avatar is a new contender in the local arena of large-screened smartphones. Retailing for an affordable price, the Avatar comes with a 5-inch touchscreen, dual-SIM feature, and a 12-megapixel camera. Here is our take on this new budget "phablet."
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.
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.
Until late last year, Google’s own Android flagship brand, the Nexus, has been associated mostly with smartphones and, at best, a 7-inch tablet. The Nexus 10 has changed that, now giving Google its very own 10-inch champion aimed squarely at the Apple iPad, the device which has been dominating the 10-inch tablet market for years.
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.
Last night, Samsung launched the smaller sibling of the Galaxy S III. The Galaxy S III Mini features the same "designed for humans" philosophy and promises the same powerful performance and function at a new sense of form and style. Read on for the full event coverage.
The Samsung Galaxy lineup is not popular for being budget-friendly but this isn't the case for the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2. With a 3.8-inch WGVA LCD display, dual-core 800MHz processor, 768MB RAM, 4GB internal memory, 5-megapixel camera, and a good price tag, find out if this Galaxy is the one for you.