Samsung Galaxy Win Duos Review

Aug 10, 13 Samsung Galaxy Win Duos Review

Posted by in Featured, Mobile, Reviews

Launched last June, the Samsung Galaxy Win Duos, also known as the Galaxy Grand Quattro in other parts of the globe is the first dual-SIM quad-core phone from Samsung. Design and Construction The Galaxy Win Duos comes only in white, and is a combination of glass, chrome bezel and a plastic back plate similar with other phones in...

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LG G2, it’s more than just the latest specs

If you’ve been following smartphones for the past couple of years, there’s not a lot of innovations done in terms of design and usability. Screen display and resolution just get bigger, latest chips are used, camera megapixel count gets higher, and new software features that you probably won’t use are made. Progress has been quite...

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KakaoTalk lands in the Philippines, taps Sarah Geronimo as ambassadress

Before you say not another mobile messaging app, well KakaoTalk is not exactly new to this business and is actually the largest and number one mobile messaging service and mobile social platform in Korea. They could’ve come earlier than the others (WeChat and Line) but had to settle for today. You’ve probably seen their TV...

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Huawei Ascend P6, 4.7-inch super-slim quad-core phone for Php18,990

Aug 07, 13 Huawei Ascend P6, 4.7-inch super-slim quad-core phone for Php18,990

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Huawei Philippines just launched the world’s slimmest smartphone, the Ascend P6 which measures just 6.18mm thin and it’s really beautiful. The Huawei Ascend P6 somehow looks like a big iPhone 5 (especially the white one) with its slim body and aluminum band around the side and the subtle round corners. Okay not really the iPhone...

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Alcatel One Touch 3041D, 3.5-inch dual-SIM phone with TV for just Php2,490

Alcatel recently introduced the One Touch 3041D, a small dual-SIM phone made for the budget-conscious looking looking for a low-cost Android phone with a built-in TV tuner. The One Touch 3041D doesn’t try to impress with its modest 3.5” HVGA display and paltry 260MHz processor. It supports dual-SIM, has a 2-megapixel camera, and an...

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WeChat updates to 5.0 for iOS, gets its own sticker shop

WeChat, the most downloaded mobile social app on the App Store in numerous countries in July, just released their 5.0 update for the iOS. WeChat recently announced their 70 million registered user accounts worldwide milestone and they continue to innovate and bring new features to meet customer needs. What’s new in WeChat 5.0 is...

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Nokia Asha 501 Review, the cute and fun lil Asha

Aug 04, 13 Nokia Asha 501 Review, the cute and fun lil Asha

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The Nokia Asha 501 is a colorful entry-level dual-SIM smartphone marketed towards students who are looking for their first full touchscreen phone. It is Nokia’s first phone that runs on the new Asha 2013 platform which is basically their customized S40 OS. Let’s take a closer look how this modern Asha fares amidst the influx of...

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, taking the camera-phone concept literally

Aug 02, 13 Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, taking the camera-phone concept literally

Posted by in Imaging & Photography, Mobile

Samsung Philippines recently launched the evolution of their Galaxy Camera, the Galaxy S4 Zoom. Now I don’t know why Samsung branded this under their Galaxy S4 line since it’s nowhere near the specs of Samsung’s flagship phone, but the Galaxy S4 Zoom is the first smartphone with a 10x optical zoom making you wonder if it’s still a...

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Nokia Lumia 925, 4.5″ Windows Phone with 8mp PureView camera

Nokia just launched their next flagship phone, the successor to the Lumia 920, which is the thinner and lighter Lumia 925. This phone is almost the same as the Lumia 920 in specs but is enclosed in a sleeker body. We’ve played with the Lumia 920 before and it was one of the bulkiest phone I’ve used in a long time. Holding the Lumia...

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Kaspersky’s anti-theft features for Android smartphones and tablet

As an Android smartphone (or tablet) user, one of the greatest fears is losing a device. Not just because of the value of the phone but more of the important data that you can leave exposed once a person gains access to it. Imagine giving that person a window to access your mail, calendar, Facebook, and other accounts registered on...

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