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Create more for less with the new SAMSUNG Galaxy A12

 


In 2020, Samsung paved the way for Gen Z to become social media superstars with the Galaxy A Series, a generation of smartphones packed with cool features at different price points. The Galaxy A Series has truly made awesome for everyone.

 

This year, Samsung is making the A-Series even more accessible by introducing the Galaxy A12 and A02s to give everyone the power to create amazing content without the high price tag.

 


The smartphone’s 5,000mAh battery means aspiring content creators can stay powered for hours on end. When the battery runs low, they can quickly get back to what they’re doing after using the charger that has the 15W Fast Charging technology.

  Looks as good as it feels 

Galaxy A12 combines streamlined design aesthetics with classic colors. Refined curves make it comfortable to hold and provides easy screen navigation. Choose from Black, White, and Bluecolors.

 


 

  

Upgrade your mobile photography

Snap memorable moments in clear detail with the 48MP Main Camera. Expand the viewing angle with Ultra Wide Camera. Customize focus with Depth Camera, or get closer to the details with Macro Camera

 

 

Heighten mobile photography with the Galaxy A12

The Galaxy A12’s Quad Camera elevates mobile photography, headlined by its 48MP Main Camera. It is complemented by a 5MP Ultra Wide lens that simulates human sight and offers a 123-degree angle of view, a 2MP Macro Camera to capture finer details, and a 2MP Depth Camera to bring focus to the subject. Even the front camera is upgraded with its 8MP and Live Focus features to capture that perfect selfie.

 

The Galaxy A12’s 6.5-inch Infinity-V Display with HD+ technology also means more room to play and experience sharp, crisp, and clear images.

 


Specification sheet:


The Galaxy A12’s 4/128GB memory variant is priced at PHP 7,990, while the 6/128GB version is available for PHP 9,990. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A02s comes in 4GB of memory and 64GB, priced at just PHP 6,990.

The Galaxy A12 is available in Black, Blue, and White, while the Galaxy A02s comes in Black and Blue.

 

For more information, visit samsung.com/ph.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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foodpanda partners with local restaurants in the City of Love

ILOILO, PHILIPPINES -- Grounded on its advocacy of helping local restaurants nationwide, foodpanda, an on-demand food delivery service in Philippines, partnered with three restaurants in Iloilo City so that Ilonggos could have a taste of specially made food and drinks at a reasonable price.

foodpanda definitely has got your love for food covered by sharing the great stories of three of their restaurant partners and how the platform helped their business:

Akamon Ramen Bar started out in 2018 as a small ramen shop in a food park located in Iloilo City. Back then, it was still called Ramen Raku until they decided to take a big leap and opened a stand-alone ramen restaurant in SM Strata this year. The new name, Akamon, means red gate (door) in Japanese.

 

Mr. Bryan Te, owner of Akamon Ramen Bar, started the business, wanting to serve authentic Japanese food to its customers in hopes of becoming one of the leading ramen chains in Iloilo City. “Always dream big and put quality first before anything else. There will be struggles along the way but you have to keep up and think of innovative ideas'', shared Mr. Te.




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Kai Royal Tea started out only last year but they are already bringing lots of smiles to people living in Iloilo City because of their milk teas and refreshing drinks. The owner of the milk tea shop, Mr. Keano Lev Eslabon, has plans of branching out soon and his team is also working on franchising the business in order to open more branches in the city.

"Always study the market first to understand it and focus on your customers without forgetting about your employees. Make sure you have enough knowledge on the industry you’ll be involved in. Lastly, there will always be risks but you can manage risk by planning ahead", said Mr. Eslabon.

Another homegrown brand, Monkey Grounds Coffee, which started in 2016, serves healthy meatless food. It has always been Ms. Glaiza Wong-Nava and Ms. Goldline Wong's dream to have a coffee shop and as business owners, they discussed how there's a lot of challenges along the way but they always try to improve and do their best as receiving good feedback from their valued customers is very rewarding.


"No one is going to take care of your business but you. You need to put your heart and soul into it and to stay motivated when problems arise. It’s also important that your family understands your long hours spent in the business but at the same time you also need to balance business, and family, and personal life", said Ms. Nava.

 

The three business owners shared how foodpanda was instrumental during the difficult times of community quarantines, with its convenient ordering and delivery process. foodpanda truly has got its partner restaurants and customers covered.


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Globe and V Live Brings Exclusive Content to K-Pop Fans


For Filipino K-pop fans who are always on the lookout for their daily dose of K-Pop content, you can now binge-watch all your favorite idols’ concerts and livestreams on your phones anytime, anywhere.

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Globe is teaming up with the no. 1 South Korean live video streaming and entertainment platform service, V Live, to be its first telecommunications company partner in Southeast Asia to provide exclusive K-Pop idol content to millions of Globe subscribers in the Philippines.    

Seeing the growing demand for Korean content in the country, Globe ensures that users who are K-pop fans can continue to #KmmunityHwaiting and stay connected to their favorite KPop idols.

On V Live, fans have access to hundreds of Korean celebrities and artists, including popular groups BTS, BLACKPINK, TWICE, TXT, and NCT to name a few. Aside from live concerts and music videos, the app also showcases personalized idol livestreams and even allows fans the opportunity to interact with them through chat.

“As we are relying on the internet for our main source of entertainment, we want to offer all types of content for our diverse set of users, and that includes streaming services for our subscribers who are avid fans of Korean pop music,” said Ernest Cu, Globe President and CEO. “We will continue to introduce packages and data bundles to make Korean pop culture related content more accessible to millions of our users across the country.”

To stream K-Pop content on V Live, Globe subscribers can register through Globe’s prepaid data packages and promos, such as GoWATCH, GoSURF and GoSAKTO, and HomeWATCH for Globe at Home Prepaid WiFi users.

Through GoWATCH, subscribers can continue to watch hour after hour of video and streaming content without worrying about using up their data allowance. GoSURF and GoSAKTO subscribers, meanwhile, can enjoy an additional 1GB of free data each day for streaming and watching. As for HomeWATCH subscribers, up to 4GB of free data can be used each day.

V Live is the latest addition to Globe’s roster of video streaming site partners.

For more information on Globe data packages, visit www.globe.com.ph and follow Globe Telecom on Facebook.

To get first dibs on K-culture related updates, exclusive invites to viewing and listening parties, quiz nights and other activities, join the Kmmunity PH Facebook group



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Gathering apart and shoutouts: making meaning out of the crisis

 



For a country considered as the social capital of the world, it comes as no surprise to see Filipinos adjusting well to “gathering apart” during the current pandemic. 

However, while Zoom, Google, Facebook, Viber, and other instant messaging, video conferencing, and social media apps have found ways to keep people together, they are not enough for a social race who is usually touchy-feely and whose gatherings are filled with "besos", hugs, and "mano”.

In a survey conducted by digital advertising company AdSpark, it showed that 17% of the respondents placed seeing peers on the top of their priorities, followed by eating out; 15.4%; physical interaction, 14.8%; and going out, 12.6%.

"On Filipinos, a hyper-social race whose culture and traditions are predicated upon and foster these close bonds, what will the psychological effect be?  As of now, what is seen is that while it looks like it's all going smoothly on top, much desire and a profound longing to reconnect is brewing underneath," according to the AdSpark whitepaper “A Portrait of the COVID-19 Crisis as a Filipino.”


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SM Builds Seven Emergency Quarantine Facilities in Metro Manila


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SM, through SM Foundation, Inc. (SMFI), recently constructed seven (7) insulated emergency quarantine facilities (EQFs) in Pasay and Quezon City to house and treat patients affected by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
 Built by the SM Engineering Design and Development (SM EDD) team, and WTA Architecture and Design Studio, these include four facilities in Camp Crame and two facilities at the AFP Health Service Command – V. Luna in Quezon City; as well as one at the Air Force General Hospital – Villamor Air Base in Pasay City.

Completed within a span of six to ten days, these feature a total of 156 beds, air conditioning units, ceiling fans, exhaust fans, restrooms, shower areas, and nurse lounges. The EQFs are set to accommodate COVID-19 patients who are asymptomatic or with mild symptoms.

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