The world’s second-biggest smartphone company is holding a Fans Appreciation Day in the Philippines.
Huawei recently took the wraps off the P50 series, and soon after the announcement of the P50 and P50 Pro, camera-ratings website Dxomark revealed that Huawei rules the charts. Huawei CEO for consumer business and smart-car solutions Richard Yu previously claimed that the company was going to surpass itself in the field of imaging once again, and it did just that.
Huawei‘s newest P series phones are finally here, about four months after they were expected to debut.
Two weeks after we reported that the Infinix Note 10 has arrived in the Philippines for P7,990 (roughly $159) even though it has not been formally launched yet, the brand has confirmed that the Pro model is coming here, too.
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At this point, should we even be surprised? POCO has officially launched its newest smartphone with prices that may not be unbelievable anymore, but still very much welcome nonetheless.
After launching the ZTE Axon 20 5G last year as the world’s first commercially available phone with an under-display camera, the Chinese technology company is back at it again with the phone’s refresh.
News flash: The first Realme phone with magnetic wireless charging will debut a week from now.
OPPO Philippines previously announced that the company will launch the Reno6 series in the country August 6, featuring the reunion of Filipino celebrities Nadine Lustre and James Reid. Locally, the incoming refresh will include the OPPO Reno6 5G and Reno6 Z 5G. The latter debuted in Thailand July 21.
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Xiaomi‘s Redmi K40 Game Enhanced Edition has finally been launched outside its native China… as a POCO phone.
Now, it can be said: The POCO event that’s happening July 28 is going to be for the Philippine market as well.
Mobile Number Portability is set to launch in the Philippines, allowing consumers in the country to easily switch to a telecommunications provider of their choosing while retaining their mobile number.
The Master series phones, created in another collaboration with Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa, are official.
OPPO has silently launched the Reno6 Z 5G in Thailand, with the device now listed on the brand’s official website for the Thai market. The latest addition to the Reno6 family features an AMOLED screen and a 5G-enabled MediaTek Dimensity 800U chipset, as previously reported.
POCO will launch two new GT devices this month, with both being rebranded Redmi devices that were launched earlier this year for the Chinese market.
Months after its expected launch, the Huawei P50 series is finally coming.
One of the newly available Xiaomi phones in the Philippines is getting another variant.
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One of the members of Infinix Mobile‘s Note 10 series phones that were launched in May is now in the Philippines.