With the holiday-shopping season just around the corner, you’re probably looking for a quality smartphone that won’t break the bank. One of our suggestions for a true digital native like you? Consider Huawei‘s latest addition to its Y series, which has grown considerably over the months to give consumers more choices across price tiers.
5G has recently become “the talk of the town” globally. Many technologically driven countries race to become the first nation to fully adopt 5G technology, going as far as setting up dedicated taskforces to ensure a timely rollout of the tech.
It seems that the more users explore their Vivo V20 series smartphones since their release in the Philippines last October 31, the more surprising features they discover. And it might take a while to fully tinker with every single innovative feature, as there are many to play with.
Following the virtual launch of the Vivo V20 series in the Philippines, the Vivo V20 Pro, V20, and V20 SE are now officially available for preorder until October 29. What’s more, each smartphone in the lineup comes with respective premium pre-sale freebies.
Creativity, focus, and style were on full display yesterday, October 23, as Vivo Philippines launched the V20 series through an interactive livestream posted on the company’s Facebook page.
The Huawei MateBook 14 2020 has been launched in the Philippines, with the latest AMD Ryzen-powered laptop from the tech giant priced at P54,999, or roughly $1,133, locally.
Life goes on. In the Philippines, schools have opened and embraced alternative and online learning methods amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The academic year is already underway, and many families, especially kids, will continue to spend most of their time at home for the months to come. Yours is probably one of them.
Like millions of others in the Philippine capital of Metro Manila, we too have been holed up in our house for more than six months and counting.
As quarantine restrictions continue to create uncertainty for the Philippines and the education system in general, schools are adapting to the new normal while trying to keep students and teaching staff safe during the pandemic.
One of the things we realized in our current situation now, quarantined and forced to spend a lot more time at our home office, is how much we rely on our smartphones not just for the most up-to-date information, but for entertainment as well. And on the gaming front, mobile has been our go-to option.