“TCL has always been about innovation and expansion. Starting from television business and now to mobile phones, we are continuously expanding our ecosystem of products, with our core deeply rooted to lines of connection, display, and interaction. From there, we are initiating an integrated smarter way of living.”
It’s easy to mistake the realme C25 as a midrange phone, if not for its price. Although photography is not its strongest suit, the realme C25 shines as an all-rounder phone for gaming and daily use.
Poco, now an independent consumer tech brand from Xiaomi, has announced the local availability of its two new flagship-level devices – the Poco F3 running the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 5G mobile platform, and the Poco X3 powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 processor.
On April 15, Realme Philippines will be officially lifting the veil on its newest entry-level device from the C-series family.
With a price tag of P19,995, the M2 comes with a 350W motor and 7.5Ah high-capacity battery – enabling it to reach speeds of up to 25 km/h and distances around 30km in a single charge.
Finnish mobile brand HMD Global recently held its largest smartphone launch to date, unveiling six new devices all at once — from the entry-level C-series, the G-series mid-rangers, and the top-of-the-line X-series.
The MSI GE66 Raider may come with a steep price tag of P149,995, but the brand was able to cram as much power as it can on this device.
The Nokia 3.4 looks classy but doesn’t cost a fortune. However, if photography is important to you, this is not a good choice.