If you are wondering where to buy official and locally warrantied Honor phones offline in the Philippines, you’ll be pleased to know they will be available in more brick-and-mortar locations in the country soon. In fact, four are scheduled to open its doors tomorrow, November 15.
The craziness that is the 11.11 online shopping festival is finally over. Is your bank account still alive? Apparently, many of you have taken advantage of yesterday’s sale. Shopee Philippines has announced that it sold 1,205,310 items. Even better, rival ecommerce platform Lazada Philippines has released the bestsellers in every category.
Add Fort Bonifacio in Taguig City to the list of locations that will have a Mi Authorized Store.
Yup, the Razer Game Store is already up on Lazada Malaysia and Lazada Philippines, bringing its presence to a total of four Southeast Asian countries. It used to be accessible only to those who are based in Singapore and Thailand.
We’ve been waiting for this development since forever: The embedded Subscriber Identification Module or eSIM is finally coming to the Philippines this year.
The global report on mobile video experience from analytics company OpenSignal is in. And if there’s one result that we saw first, it’s that the Philippines is at the bottom of the heap — of the 69 countries analyzed from May 14 to August 11 this year, specifically.
OPPO has big dreams in China and beyond. Already one of the world’s largest smartphone vendors, OPPO hasn’t stopped making moves to keep up with modern industry trends. Next month, it will launch its first device with a triple-sensor camera and in-screen fingerprint unlocking in the Philippines, with the debut of the OPPO R17 Pro.
Xiaomi continues to expand its footprint in the Philippines. Another Mi Authorized Store is set to open its doors in the country soon. This time, the location of what could possibly be Xiaomi’s fifth official shop is in the southern part of the Philippine capital.
Four days ago, we at Revü discovered the list of countries that OPPO sub-brand Realme will launch in. We mentioned that one of the markets the young company will enter is the Philippines. Well, guess what? A link a tipster sent us today all the more proved us right — if we don’t count the “favorite” one of Realme’s bosses …
Honor is set to open its first concept store in the Philippines soon, giving local consumers yet another option to buy Honor smartphones offline, from an authorized source.