Monday, 27 Feb 2017
Targeted toward a new generation of riders, particularly millennials, the Honda Click 150i arrives in the Philippines as one of the first motorcycles equipped with an answer back system. Honda offers it at a starting price of PhP 89,000.
Comes in two models, Huawei has announced that its newest smartwatches will make our “dream” battery life come true. The Huawei Watch 2 and Watch 2 Classic have a special watch mode that can display the time and track steps for up to 25 days.
Arm your PC with the indestructible ARMOR AS681 ARMOR SATAIII SSD.
Apart from the entertainment-centric Galaxy Tab S3, Samsung also unveiled the productivity-centric Galaxy Book. Powered by Intel's 7th Generation Core processors, the Galaxy Book comes in two variants: 10.6-inch and 12-inch.
You might have been expecting a new flagship smartphone from Samsung, but no, they did not reveal a new one. Instead, what the Korean giant introduced was a new entertainment-centric tablet named as the Galaxy Tab S3. Details inside.
Nokia, now owned by the Finnish company HMD Global, is marking its re-entry to the already saturated smartphone arena by introducing the global version of the Nokia 6, along with the octa-core Nokia 5 and the quad-core Nokia 3 handsets.
Bolstering its lineup of smartphone models equipped with cameras that are co-engineered with renowned imaging brand Leica, Huawei took the Mobile World Congress as the most ideal avenue to unveil the P10 and the P10 Plus.
After several leaks pertaining to its speculated features and specifications, the LG G6 officially surfaced at this year's Mobile World Congress. The 5.7-inch handset comes with a water-resistant body. Find out more inside.
Formerly known as the "Mercury," BlackBerry's first Android smartphone for this year is now officially known as the KEYone. More details on the features, specifications, and pricing of this handset inside.
Saturday, 25 Feb 2017
Vivo is adding a new contender to the selfie-centric smartphone race by bringing the V5 Lite to the Philippines. The octa-core smartphone comes with a 16-megapixel front-facing camera and a 3000mAh built-in battery for the price of less than PhP 10,000.