The retailer-initiated Huawei full-refund program in place in the Philippines is now being offered in two other countries as well.
Huawei continues to defy its troubles with the Trump administration with product launches and store openings. Just today in the Philippines, for example, the company formally opened its 150th experience store in the country.
Ever since we got a Rock Space Hi-Tensile 3-in-1 charging cable for our coverage of MWC 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, it’s been with us to every event we’ve attended. It’s convenient, it’s useful… it just makes things easier for people like us who tend to bring many gadgets because of work. Best of all, it’s super, super, suuuuppppeer durable.
High-speed 5G internet is here in the Philippines. Globe Telecom has announced the first commercial 5G service in the Philippines for residential and business customers, achieving its 2018 goal of rolling it out by the second quarter of 2019.
Google relisted Huawei as one of its partners in the Android Q Beta program and is now lobbying for continued business dealings with it. Chipmakers like Qualcomm and Intel are reportedly pushing for the easing of the ban on supplying products to Huawei. Today, there’s another good news for the embattled technology giant.
We at Revü have confirmed that there’s currently a full-refund program for purchased Huawei smartphones and tablets in the Philippines.
In a sign that it’s preparing for a scenario where it won’t be able to do business with Google because of the trade war between the United States and China, Huawei has applied for a trademark for its own operating system.
London-headquartered publication Financial Times reports that Google is making a case to the U.S. government for the company to continue its business dealings with Huawei.
Huawei, through chief legal officer Song Liuping, today called for a quick end to the state-imposed ban that prevents American companies from buying and licensing products and technology to the Chinese OEM.
Xiaomi and its exclusive distributor in the Philippines, Grimalkin Corporation, have ramped up the opening of official Mi stores in the country. Just this month, they added two branches — one in Manila on May 18 and another in Pampanga May 25th.