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The Acer Liquid C1 is built with an Intel Atom Z2420 processor. Let's take a look how the single-core Intel Atom processor perform against the ARM-based processors used in other smartphones.
Bolstering its presence in the local mobile device scene, Starmobile staged its first dealers convention. At the event, the company pointed out its achievements and products, both current and upcoming, that helped in establishing the brand in the country.
A revamped HTC One X comes to market and it is the supercharged HTC One X+. Let's take a spin with the HTC One X+ and find out its new and improved features.
Tablets aren’t solely a foreign commodity anymore. We now have local brands stepping up their game to compete not just in the Philippines, but also worldwide. The Starmobile Engage is the tablet in question, and receives our full attention in this review.
The MoveTab MA900 and the MoveTab MA1000 are new tablet models in the market. Now available in Gadget in Style stores nationwide, these tablets are on offer with decent features at prices not greater than PhP 8,000.
Today, United States-based company Coby joins the competitive Android tablet fray in the Philippines with the official launch of its Kyros series. Equipped with decent specifications and capped with affordable price tags, these tablets promise to offer satisfactory Internet tablet experience.
Samsung's second generation of Galaxy Tab 10.1 comes with modest upgrades in terms of telephony capability and memory card support. Is it worthy to be a successor? Read our full review to find out.
With Android 4.0 becoming more and more common, Lenovo adds dual-SIM capabilities and a long-lasting 2500mAh battery to its affordable P700 smartphone. Is it the bang for bucks ICS phone you've been waiting for? Click to find out.
Standing in between the flagship One X and the affordable One V, the One S is an Android 4.0-powered smartphone packed with a 4.3-inch touchscreen display, dual-core 1.7GHz CPU, 1GB RAM, and 8MP camera sensor. Find out how does the second in command perform!
Since its first appearance at Computex last year, the ASUS Padfone has been an intriguing Android device because of its capability to converge three distinct mobile devices - a smartphone, a tablet, and a netbook - into one compact form factor. Here is our take on it.