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It’s official. TCL’s first self-branded smartphone will be available in the Philippines November 15 for a suggested retail price of only P15,990 (around $315) — with a free 24-inch TCL LED TV at that! Nice one!
Called the TCL Plex, the handset runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor with Android 9, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of expandable storage. With that chipset, the device finds itself up against the likes of the Vivo V15 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy A70.
As a TV manufacturer mainly, TCL makes the display a big part in the development of the TCL Plex. The phone has a 6.53-inch FHD+ LCD panel, which the company designed and developed itself. It features a 19.5:9 aspect ratio with a 90% screen-to-body ratio.
The Plex has its dedicated display engine called the Nxtvision, which is meant to improve color accuracy. You can expect a sharper screen with better contrast. It can also handle SDR-to-HDR real-time conversion.
As for the other parts that make it a decent 2019 mid-range smartphone, the TCL Plex has a triple-camera system on the back, including a 48-megapixel Sony IMX582 primary camera with f/1.8 aperture, a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with a 123-degree field of view and f/2.4 aperture, and a 2-megapixel sensor with f/1.8 aperture for low-light use. The last sensor is said to be meant for video than photography.
The front-facing camera placed in a cutout on the upper left side of the screen is a 24-megapixel shooter with f/2.0 aperture.
When it comes to security options, the TCL Plex has face unlock and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. The phone has a 3,820mAh battery that supports 18-watt Quick Charge 3.0 and USB-C charging.
MANILA - Asus has set its sights squarely on the mobile gaming market, and the ROG Phone II is proof of this.
While other smartphone brands are tripping over each other in the race to come up with the best cameras, Asus is betting big that the future of the smartphone doesn't rest on selfies or instafilters.
Instead, the Taiwanese tech giant sees the booming mobile gaming market as the next big level to conquer.
In case you're not familiar with what ROG stands for, it's short for Republic of Gamers, Asus' gaming-focused brand that puts out high-end laptops and accessories beloved by people who think 5 hours a day playing DOTA or PUBG is time well spent.
It's hard not to be impressed with the second generation ROG phone. The original ROG phone released last year was already a beast in terms of power, performance and gaming features.
Asus however still found things to tweak, and the second generation is as close to achieving mobile gaming god mode as you can get.
MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Sony’s line of Xperia phones will no longer be officially available in the Philippines and many other countries, the company announced at its corporate strategy meeting day, Tuesday, May 21.
Sony phones have long been troubled. In its most recent earnings report released in April, its mobile business continued to struggle with losses of 97 billion yen due to bad smartphone sales. In February, analysts suggested that in light of continued losses, "Sony may have to consider drastic action, including its withdrawal from smartphone businesses in the near future," Yasuo Imanaka, an analyst at Rakuten Securities said.
Given recent earnings, it’s not a surprise that Sony’s significantly scaling back its smartphone business. It’s withdrawing from many regions as shown in their illustration, with only 4 remaining regions where it plans to remain active: Europe, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and its home country, Japan. Most have become “non-focus” or “defocused” regions.