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Vivo is adding 2 new phones in its mid-range family. A TENAA listing confirms 2 variants, a  Y71 and Y71A with some details. With the help of other industry sources filling in the rest of the gaps, we can now come up with a more concrete build of the rumored phone. The Y71 sports a classic notch-less design on its 5.99-inch, 1440 x 720pixel panel. A metal unibody (please be metal), measuring 155.87 x 75.74 x 7.8 mm and weighing in at 150 grams encases the handset with no fingerprint reader on both sides. There’s a 3.5mm audio jack and a USB port. Under the hood, you’ll find a Snapdragon 425 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of on-board storage and for its snappers, a 13MP main camera and a 5MP selfie. A respectable 3,285 mAh battery will power the Vivo Y71 and it will most likely run on Android 8.0…

A very interesting device has recently been sighted in Chinese certification agency, TENAA’s listing. Based on its specs, we might be looking at a new Honor device. This unknown Huawei device sports a 16MP + 2MP dual rear camera system. What’s even more interesting is that it also has a 13MP + 2MP dual front camera system. That makes 4. Yes, 4 cameras. The device also runs on Android 7.0 Nougat and an unknown octa-core processor with 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage expandable with a microSD card. Source: TENAA

The Vivo X20 series have already been sighted on a number of teasers, and now, a recent the two smartphones have been spotted in Chinese certification agency, TENAA’s website. Take a look at the Vivo X20 and X20A. As you’ll notice, the X20 features a FullView display which takes up almost the entire front of the phone. Well, more room for content right? there are still bezels, but these are much smaller when compared to previous models such as the X9. Vivo also seems to follow the trend, as the X20 sports dual rear cameras, one is equipped with a telephoto lens. The X20A actually looks similar, but there’s a possibility that it may be a larger device than the X20. What’s even more interesting is that the full specs aren’t included in the listing, but with its apparent announcement possibly on the way, we’ll probably know soon enough. Sources:…

Tokyo Game Show Special Coverage

Tokyo Game Show 2018

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Witness this year’s biggest gaming convention in Asia, the Tokyo Game Show 2018. This September 19, our team will fly to Tokyo, Japan, to be part to TGS 2018. Special thanks to our brand partners Huawei Mobile, PLDT Home, Smart Communications and Cherry Mobile for making this coverage possible.

The Gadget Pilipinas Team was given access to a press briefing with Hidetaka Miyazaki, Director from From Software and a bit of hands-on gameplay. Here’s our take on the hands-on gameplay and the insights from the press interview. We also  figured a listicle is in order to rundown why this game will match the hype surrounding it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aW5nJDiaWf4 Here’s our Top 5 reasons why “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice” is to die for. 1) The game is Tenchu-inspired If you’ve played any of the Tenchu games in previous game consoles, you know that the use of the grappling hook to set-up a one-slash-stealth kills from above is a hallmark of the series. Zipping to rooftops and treetops will be the go-to move in this game to get rid of sentries. And yes, those ever-so glorious decapitations and dismemberments with the stealth kill are present. 2) Casual or hardcore can play From…

Heads-up, Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) players. The PES game you’re playing on your phone is going to get a major upgrade. For starters, the visuals will get a major overhaul and will be using Unreal Engine 4 – the same graphics engine used in triple A games for consoles and PCs. With the use of Unreal Engine 4, PES will be inching closer to how it looks versus its console port. It Next, over 3,000 new animations, improved player AI with every playstyle accounted for, and realistic ball movements has been optimized for fans to enjoy the ultimate soccer game. And lastly, 10 new league licenses from Europe, South America and Asia have been added, including Japan’s J. League. The best part? Despite these updates,  Winning Eleven 2019 is still free-to-play (with in-game purchases). PES 2019 promises to give a life-like behavior of the beautiful game and should take competitive mobile…

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