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Honor expands portfolio with budget ‘powerbank-like’ smartphone

Since the inception of Honor as Huawei’s sub-brand in 2013, the state-owned consumer technology manufacturer has continued to deliver price-conscious smartphone primarily to the Asian markets – from the very first Honor 3C to the Honor X7a.

REVIEW | realme 10 midrange smartphone 

The realme 10 is an update, not an upgrade, and whether its fresh looks and select new hardware necessitates launching a new smartphone model is definitely up for debate.

Honor rolls out second wave of products for PH market 

Less than a month after formally making a comeback to the Philippine smartphone market with a flagship offering and three midrange devices, Honor Philippines has already followed up with the mid-premium Honor 70 5G, the Honor Pad 8 tablet, and the entry-level Honor X6.  

Oppo PH bares entry-level smartphones for youth market 

Oppo Philippines has announced the upcoming availability of three new smartphones under P14,000: the Oppo A77s gaming smartphone, the Oppo A17 value-for-price budget device, and the cheaper Oppo A17k.  

Shure brings new sound isolating earphones to local shores 

Audiophile, a distributor of professional audio equipment and musical instruments in the Philippines, is bringing in two new sound isolating earphone products made by American audio brand Shure: the Shure SE215 Special Edition and the second-generation Shure SE846 premium earphone.  

GoPro now has dedicated action camera for content creators 

GoPro says that the Hero11 Black is its “most powerful” model to date.

Comebacking Honor wants to ‘take over’ PH smartphone market

Weeks after announcing its official return to local shores, smartphone brand Honor – a former subsidiary of consumer tech giant Huawei — has unveiled the initial roster of devices which will have Google applications like the Google Play Store, Gmail, and YouTube.

PH consumers yet to see AMD’s new Ryzen 7000 mobile chips 

On Tuesday, Sept. 27, AMD Philippines hosted an event to formally launch the Ryzen 7000 desktop CPU series on local shores. The codename “Raphael” processors are set to deliver AMD’s five fives: DDR5, PCIe 5.0, 5nm, AM5, and 5.7 GHz. 

Samsung’s new triple A-series smartphones aimed at content creators

Five months following the global launch of the Samsung A53 5G, Samsung’s local office in the Philippines has decided to introduce three new additional members to the growing A-series roster of entry level and flagship entry level smartphones and tablets.  

REVIEW | Fujitsu CH Intel Evo-powered OLED lighweight laptop

If you’re looking for an elevated traditional laptop experience with the latest bells and whistles, the Fujitsu CH OLED laptop is not for you. This compact portable, however, packs a decent punch without taking on more than it can chew, and will definitely surprise Fujitsu fans with how much functionality and performance is crammed into one modest business laptop that embodies true “anytime and anywhere” use. 
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