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December 04, 2008

Skin a Samsung, Win a Pixon M8800

You might have noticed a new ad from Samsung this week. It’s actually for a contest by Samsung Philippines. All you need to do is create your own skin for the Samsung Pixon M8800 and get the chance to win the phone. Click here to join the contest. (Note: You need to have a Facebook […]

September 30, 2008

Samsung Pixon M8800 bares 8MP camera

Looks like 8 megapixel is becoming the battleground for newer mobile phones. We’ve yet to see the 8MP Samsung Innov8 to hit store shelves and here’s yet another one coming out of Samsung’s door — Pixon M8800.

August 18, 2014

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 gets cloned!

Chinese manufacturer Goophone isn’t at all new to our ears with their clones of iPhone 6 and Galaxy S5 previously making their rounds on the Internet. This time they make their own version of yet another awaited device, the Galaxy Note 4, and calls it the Goophone N4 (GN4 = Galaxy Note 4, get it?). […]

September 15, 2012

Lenovo S880 Review

We’ve already given you an intro to the Lenovo S880 towards the end of last month. After spending a week with the 5-inch, dual-SIM handset, it’s time to share our thoughts about it. Check out the full review after the jump.

March 29, 2012

Samsung launches NX200 and new Smart Cameras

We attended the Samsung Smart Camera launch that was held yesterday at the Rockwell Tent. The event was hosted by none other than Ms. Iya Villania with guest appearances from Ashley Rivera (a.k.a Petra Mahalimuyak), Laureen Uy and Sam YG. Each of them has demonstrated some of the featured smart camera’s functionalities by telling it […]

November 28, 2008

Samsung Philippines Price List

The list below indicates prices of regular Samsung Phones available in Metro Manila, Philippines. These prices may vary in time but we will try to update them regularly. Samsung C140 – Php 2,020 Samsung M610 – Php 5,240 Samsung D900i – Php 6,500 Samsung E900 – Php 6,680 Samsung U100 – Php 7,000 Samsung U600 […]

July 21, 2014

Our Top 10 Smartphones below Php10k for (Mid) 2014

We’re more than halfway through the year once again and we’re here with another top 10 list, this one being for smartphones with prices below Php10,000. If you’re looking for great phones at this budget, then it’s time to read on!

June 22, 2014

O+ Air Review

Octa-cores have become a common inclusion among flagship phones this year. It has also been used as a major marketing term so it’s no wonder O+ has also banked on the same popularity when they announced their latest flagship handset. Check out our full review of the O+ Air after the break.

January 01, 2013

YugaTech Top 25 Gadget Reviews of 2012

Each year, we review hundreds of gadgets and one of the indicators that it is a hot item is the number of people who read our reviews (on top of the shares, FB likes and retweets). In 2012, smartphones continue to dominate the line-up. Here are our top 25 gadgets that we reviewed on YugaTech.

December 18, 2012

Galaxy Grand unveiled, dons lackluster 5-inch display

Samsung, of all smartphone manufacturers, should know how awful a 5-inch display looks when it’s paired with a WVGA (800×480) resolution. But its seems that there’s no stopping the South Korean tech giant these days, as they still announced their latest creation, the Samsung Galaxy Grand (i9080 and i9082).

November 09, 2012

Lenovo K860 Review

Lenovo is starting to make itself known in the world of Android smartphones. Literally, inching its way up by introducing a wide variety of handsets starting with the 3.5-inch A60+ all the way to the 5-inch S880. Lenovo’s latest entry is the K860 – a phablet that sports a quad-core processor and an 8 megapixel […]

September 01, 2011

Smart Netphone first impressions

Last night, Smart Comm. officially launched the Netphone 701, their very own branded Android phone that’s exclusively hooked up to the SmartNet. Check out our first impression of the device and thoughts regarding the Netphone ecosystem after the jump.

March 21, 2009

Why Dual-SIM phones aren’t picking up?

Someone asked me why I don’t use dual-SIM phones instead of carrying 2 or 3 phones at a time. I said that if there were only high-end phones that support dual-SIM, I might consider using them. So the question popped up — why aren’t dual-SIM phones picking up?

November 27, 2008

Sony Ericsson XPeria X1 Price: Php42,500

In an email by Sony Ericsson today, the new Sony Ericsson XPeria X1 phone will be coming out to the public tomorrow in stores but people who made early reservations are supposed to get their own units today. The retail price — a cool Php42,500.

August 19, 2008

What’s your phone and how much did you get it for?

Someone once told me that in order to determine if a person is a potential iPhone 3G buyer, you’ll have to check what phone they’re currently using and how much did they get it for. That way, you’ll have an idea if they are predisposed to buy such high-end phones. Though I know it makes […]

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