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This Christmas, I thought of a way of putting a smile to each member of my family. Each of us in the family has certain interests and passions, and having a piece of technology that suits us very well can definitely make us happy this season. Of course, our family’s profile may not be similar to yours; but for the purpose of reference, I’m going to be very specific with their passion points so you know which phone that will best suit the profile of your respective family member. Executive Daddy My dad works for a reputable energy company, and has been considered by many as one of the pillars of electrification and designing electrical grid in North and Central Luzon. He conducts and attends meetings around the country, and has been very active in modernizing the industry. At home in Cabanatuan, my dad spends most of his time researching…

People Demand for Power Without doubt, consumers now demand for more powerful smartphones, but an affordable cost. If you take a look at the chart that IDC posted last October 1, ultra low-end and low-end devices dominate the price band spectrum of the industry. A year later, you would notice a significant shift in the spectrum where ultra low-end decreased, while both low-end and mid-range increased. The rise of midrange smartphones in the spectrum spell out the demand of consumers to use smartphones that can meet with their demands, which typically fall within the bounds of mobile gaming. Games Demand for Power MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) and battle royale are usually the new game genres that require high specifications, but there was a seeming disconnect as most mobile phones that are able to play these games are either too expensive or can get literally too hot to handle because…

Ever wanted to take some beautiful night shots with your Huawei Nova 3? well, Huawei has recently rolled out an update to the device, which basically improves the Super Night Mode. Now, Super Night Mode lets you take a  long exposure shot without the need for a tripod! this gives you night photos which are way better than what you’d get from just doing a point and shoot, similar to what the P20 and P20 Pro can do. The Huawei Nova 3 houses dual cameras on both the front and the rear, 16MP + 20MP and 24MP + 2MP respectively.  It also boasts other features such as AI Scene Detection. The device also sports 6.3-inch FHD+ 19.5:9 display, and is powered by the Kirin 970 processor, along with 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. The Huawei Nova 3 currently retails for PhP25,990.

Tokyo Game Show 2018 is finally done, and if you were at the event, you would notice the huge presence of mobile games that are available for consumers. As the new games get better in terms of story, controls, sensible microtransactions and graphics, the demand for smooth performance is a top priority among consumers. Prior to this, some mobile games didn’t need smartphones with high specifications. Titles like Angry Birds, Temple Run and Doodle Jump are made to be played on most smartphones. Things were so simple 3 – 4 years ago, right? Usually, smartphones in the flagship range would be able to cope up with triple-A titles with top-notch graphics such as Gangster Vegas and the 1st Injustice for mobile. Users of budget smartphones that rock MediaTek processor did not mind playing the aforementioned until the middle of 2017. It was then when mobile games with pretty significant content and high…