Acer Philippines launched 3 new Android smartphones in the country last week. One of them is the dual-SIM Acer Liquid E1. Check out the specs and suggested retail price of the Liquid E1 below.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 will be available in the Philippines on April 13, 2013. The release date was reported by Samsung Philippines today and adds that the suggested retail price is Php23,990.
The Flame 2.0 is Cherry Mobile’s first ever quad-core smartphone which runs on Android 4.1 Jellybean. It has very decent specs coupled with an affordable price that made a lot of local buzz.
Huawei Philippines has just announced the local availability of the Huawei Ascend Y300. The Android Jellybean smartphone replaces the Ascend Y200 with the same retail price of Php5,490.
Globe’s Reset Program might have been a hit that Smart is also following on the same promo — allow subscribers to pre-terminate their existing plans with a discount and upgrade to the iPhone 5. Smart calls it the Wipe Out Program.
There’s no doubt the Optimus G is the best smartphone LG has ever made. We even think it looks and performs better than the Nexus 4, spare the regular and timely Android updates Google gives it.
BlackBerry launched the BB Z10 in the Philippines this March 2013 and all 3 telcos (Smart, Sun, Globe) will be carrying the handset free under certain surfing plans. The BlackBerry Z10 has a suggested retail price of Php29,990.
Starmobile Philippines just revealed a new flagship smartphone, the Starmobile Diamond, with 5-inch HD IPS LCD display, 12-megapixel rear camera and 3-megapixel front-facing camera. It tries to compete with the Cherry Mobile Omega HD.
Sun Cellular is offering the dual-SIM Galaxy Grand free with their Sun Plan 999. The handset retails for about Php16,000 in the market so this is a pretty nice deal from Sun Cellular.
Cherry Mobile is on a roll again and launching newer and better handsets like the Cherry Mobile Omega HD. The 5-inch Jellybean smartphone boasts of a Dragontrail Glass for screen protection.