8 Latest Smartphones
for the Fun-Loving Millennials
By Tynne De Leon
If you’re looking for a new phone that fits your lifestyle or something with really great specs, we gotchu fam. Scroll down to see some of this year’s newest releases, and who knows? You might find “the one”!
Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra
The new Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra is definitely for the youth—its whopping 6-inch screen is just perfect for some Netflix binge-watching, and you need not to worry about phone lagging with its new and super-fast Helio P20 chipset. The camera will most likely be your new favorite feature: the 23-megapixel back camera will give you sharp and detailed shots, not to mention, the effects are super fun and Instagram-worthy!
Price: Php25,990 (6 GB/64 GB), Php 29,990 (8 GB/128 GB)
An upgrade from the now-discontinued 3T, OnePlus 5 is an impressive newcomer that can compete with other flagship smartphones—even the more expensive ones. With its premium specs like the Oxygen OS, full HD resolution with 1920 x 1080 pixels, and generous 6/8 GB RAM and 64/128 GB storage, it truly deserved its moniker as the “flagship killer.” OnePlus 5 also boasts the incredibly fast Dash Charge technology, superb camera and thin, matte-finish build. OnePlus 5 is available in all Digital Walker stores.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro
Price: Php 15,990
If you’re searching for a mid-range smartphone with premium display and powerful performance, then look no further than Galaxy J7 Pro. Love taking night photos? Its camera with F1.7 rear lens aperture will keep your images clear even in low light. Plus, you can enjoy faster data with its LTE Cat.6 Double Carrier Aggregation (2CA) Technology 4G+.
Oppo has a reputation in producing phones with great front cameras, and they’ve done it again with the new F3. It’s equipped with two front cameras: 16MP main shooter for selfie lovers and the secondary 8MP wide-angle for group shots. Just the kind of phone you need when you love going out with the barkada! The rear camera has advanced features like Ultra HD, GIF and expert mode, you’ll just want to take photos all day.