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If you are using Globe SuperSurf promo for  internet browsing, did you know that you can get up to 1600MB per day? You can get another 800MB legaly if you are going to do this simple trick.
The trick here is timing. After your successful registration to any supersurf denominations, you will have 800MB data that you can use for internet browsing and you should consume that 800MB before 12:00 AM. Don’t worry because you will automatically get another 800MB from globe to continue your internet surfing.
If you are not going to consume all your data before 12:00 AM, you will not receive another 800MB.This trick is also applicable to Smart’s Surfmax Promo. If you consume all your data before 12:00 AM, you will get another extra 800MB.

Don’t forget to like and share! Happy Surfing.

Eugene   May 27, 2017  693 views 
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Meizu added a new one to their M5 family line-up which is the M5c. It is a mid-range smartphone that is available in different colors. The specs of M5c is also similar with other local smartphones under 5k php. The unique advantage of Meizu’s M5c is its design. Its resembles the iphone.

Meizu M5c Quick Specs:

  • 5-inch HD display, 294ppi
  • 1.3GHz quad-core 64-bit CPU
  • Mali-T720 GPU
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB storage
  • up to 128GB via microSD
  • 8MP f/2.0 rear camera w/ LED flash
  • 5MP front camera
  • Dual-SIM
  • 4G LTE
  • WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • GPS, A-GPS
  • Gyroscope
  • Fingerprint scanner
  • Flyme 6 OS (Android 7.0 Nougat)
  • 3,000mAh battery
  • Like Xiaomi’s mi, Meizu’s smartphones are also gorgeous (yeah like the iphones) and with a very competitive specs. If the price of Meizu M5c is going to be under 5k PHP, this will be a best choice to buy if you are on a tight budget. 

    Eugene   May 24, 2017  632 views 
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    The Apple of China, Xiaomi is officially back again in the Philippines as Mi Home PH
    This time, they are not just going to sell smartphones but also they are going to offer various gadgets and smart home devices. Hopefully, this could bring a good competition in the Philippine market.
    MI smartphones are solid, and very beautiful. They are one of the Chinese brands that I trust and now I’m so happy they are back. Sana lang magkaroon sila ng physical store para mas ma-appreciate sila ng mga bumibili. Right now, you can visit their virtual store at Lazada  Philippines. 


    Eugene   May 23, 2017  711 views 
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    Qualcomm recently announced their new chipset to power up mobile devices. Qualcomm Debuts Snapdragon 835, likely the best android chip of all in 2017 if MediaTek will not make a move. 

    Qualcomm confirmed new details about the Snapdragon 835 processor at the chipmaker’s CES 2017 press conference in Las Vegas, including revealing the first Snapdragon 835-powered device. Qualcom says that it will be one-of-a-kind processor that’s smaller, faster, and more energy-efficient than any chipset in history.

    So what's new with Snapdragon 835 processor? Here's a quick summary.

  • Built using a new 10nm design to make it smaller and more compact
  • 25 percent less power than the previous generation
  • Ultra-fast charging  with Qualcomm Quick Charge 4
  • Gigabit LTE and multi-gigabit Wi-Fi connectivity
  •  25 percent faster 3D graphic rendering and 60X more display colors
  • It supports 3D positional audio, superior SNR (Signal-to-Noise ratio), and native DSD format
  • Improved zoom and stabilization for photos and videos and Dual Photodiode (2PD) support for outstanding auto focus
  • Supports cameras with resolutions ranging up to 32-megapixels at 30 frames per second
  • Integrated with  Snapdragon X16 Gigabit LTE modem and support for 802.11ad multi-gigabit, as well as integrated 2x2 11ac MU-MIMO Wi-Fi
  •  Bluetooth 5.0 support  through  companion WCN 3990 chip
  • Improved security with Qualcomm Haven Security Platform
  • Qualcom plans to use snapdragon 835 to build immersive AR and VR, to improve machine learning for low power virtual assistant and security. The first devices powered by Snapdragon 835 are the ODG R-8 and R-9 AR/VR smartglasses.

    Well, the new Qualcomm Snapdragon is awesome, and here's what I think: With  great power comes great responsibility I mean price, great price.


    Eugene   Jan 13, 2017  1262 views 
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    The HTC 10 earned itself a lot of love from the people who bought one last year — but as best anyone can tell, that wasn’t a whole lot of people. More recently there’s been the Bolt (a Sprint exclusive in the US) and the Google-branded, HTC-made Pixel, but it seems that HTC’s next major smartphone is due soon. Very soon.

    As noted by Android Police, leaked images of a device codenamed “Ocean Blue” show off a phone with glass covering both the front and back with an aluminum frame sandwiched in the middle. Gone is the unibody metal style that’s been the hallmark of top-tier HTC smartphones in recent years.

    Somewhat surprisingly, there’s a secondary display at the top right, just like on the LG V10/V20. According to the photos, its functionality will include app shortcuts, the weather, and an always-on display mode with the date, time, and a battery indicator. That’s not exactly reinventing the wheel, so hopefully HTC has some other ideas that make the secondary ticker feel worthwhile and less like a hard-to-reach, recycled gimmick.

    Around back is a rounded square-shaped camera, which feels very Samsung when combined with the glass — despite HTC having used this design previously on the M9. The hump with this one is... significant.

    Up top is the SIM card try and a mic, on the side is a textured power button and volume toggle, and there’s a USB-C port on bottom. Like the Bolt before it, this next HTC device doesn’t feature a headphone jack. It’ll come in at least three colors: black, dark blue, and two others that I’m fairly confident are white and rose gold. But the lighting is pretty bad, so who knows.

    HTC today began hyping an announcement scheduled for January 12th at 3AM ET. “It is all about U” is the company’s tagline for the coming reveal, so we might just be looking at the HTC U. Let’s hope there’s more to it than what’s on the surface. Rumored specifications include a 6-inch QHD display, the brand new Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage.


    Eugene   Jan 10, 2017  830 views 
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    It looks like Samsung is prepping follow-ups to last year’s Galaxy C5 and C7 series. Expected to be called the C5 Pro and C7 Pro, the upcoming phones have been making the rounds in the rumor mills of late — and are expected to join the already-released C9 Pro, which was released only in China.

    The devices are largely expected to feature super-thin, stylish designs, with quite a refreshed look over last year’s devices. So what should we expect from the new C-series phones? Here’s everything we think we know so far.

    Galaxy C5 Pro

    The Galaxy C5 Pro was first leaked on import tracking website Zauba, with the model number SM-C5000 — proving that the device does exist. Then we got a full-on spec leak for the device on Chinese social media website Weibo, which showed that it would be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor and it would sport 3GB of RAM or more.

    Now, we finally have a first look at the design of the C5 Pro, along with the C7 Pro and the already-released C9 Pro. The leak comes from Twitter user @mmddj_china, and shows that the phones will indeed feature quite a sleek design.

    Galaxy C7 Pro

    Apart from the design leak for the C7 Pro in the @mmddj_china tweet, we also have benchmark results for the C7 Pro that show off some interesting specs for the phone.

    According to the results, posted to Geekbench, the phone will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, along with 4GB of RAM and Android 6.0.1 pre-installed. The device will also feature a 5.7-inch full HD display.

    According to the benchmark, the phone scored a cool 1,000 on the single-core test and 5,679 on the multicore test, which makes it a pretty nice midrange phone. Sure, it’s not groundbreaking, but depending on the price, it could be quite a nice choice.

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    Eugene   Jan 10, 2017  795 views 
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    LG has  ananounce a new 5.7-inch LCD with the unusual aspect ratio of 18:9 and a QHD+ resolution. The 18:9 aspect ratio is interesting because it adds a couple of notches beyond the traditional 16:9, which is a perfect fit for most widescreen content available to watch on desktop or mobile devices today and LG  says it will be used in LG’s next flagship smartphone. LG previously did that very successfully with the LG G2, but moved away from it with larger models that prioritized other design features.

     Xiaomi’s Mi Mix has a 17:9 screen, which allows an extra sliver beyond 16:9 to accommodate the Android software buttons. LG’s choice to go even taller (or wider, if you’re looking at it in landscape) with its next flagship could be a hint that the company has something else to add into the additional space. That could be another second-screen implementation, as LG has already done with the V10 and V20 smartphones, but nothing has yet been confirmed on that front.

    Read more here about LG's next screen display.

    Eugene   Jan 10, 2017  918 views 
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