Friday, June 21, 2024
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Budget phone

REVIEW | Infinix Hot 10 Play smartphone

For what’s supposed to be a device built for gaming marathons, the Infinix Hot 10 Play meets the same limitations faced by budget devices that are considered good enough to run the most played games today.

Xiaomi lifts curtains on new budget contender

With a P7,990 price tag, the Redmi 9T is able to provide a 48MP quad rear-camera setup, a Snapdragon 662 chipset, a 6000mAh battery with 18W charging, a USB Type-C port, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Out of the box, the Redmi 9T also comes bundled with a 22.5W charger.

Infinix unveils flagship Note 8 with budget price in PH

The Note 8 is powered by the 12nm MediaTek Helio G80 processor, a chip now commonly seen for mid-level devices that are targeting the mobile gaming audience.

REVIEW | Tecno Pova budget gaming phone

The Tecno Pova enters the market with a 6000mAh battery, a 6.8” punch-hole screen, a very capable Helio G80 chip, and 6GB of RAM. Although the HiOS skin needs a much-needed rework when compared to other brands for the entry-level segment, when taking into account the comparatively low price, there isn’t much to complain about the new smartphone in town.

REVIEW | Tecno Pouvoir 4 budget smartphone

The Pouvoir 4 is Tecno’s declaration of war for the entry-level devices in the Philippine market. With its specs-to-price ratio, it is currently the best smartphone for users needing a device for online classes but are on a tight budget.
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