After launching the Y6s on the local market last month, Huawei has announced a new and understandably more expensive smartphone in the Philippines for those who are looking for a better, faster option than what it ended 2019 with. This is the Huawei Y9s, also known as the Huawei P Smart Pro in other markets.
You simply can’t go wrong with a solid smartphone that costs less than a pair of branded basketball sneakers, especially if the person on your list isn’t too keen on sports, or if he or she is just looking to upgrade from a feature phone.
Word has it that Samsung‘s next Galaxy S lineup won’t be called the S11. Instead, it will be known as the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. A picture of an actual unit seems to corroborate this.
Xiaomi Philippines has unveiled a bunch of new products for the Philippine market via its January-February 2020 product brochure.
Don’t look now, but we could finally be seeing Xiaomi‘s Pocophone sub-brand revived this year.
Some authorized stores may have offered the Huawei Y9s as early as last week, but we spotted the smartphone on Huawei Philippines‘ official Lazada shop only today, January 9.
The more-affordable-yet-still-stylish smartphone that was launched alongside the Honor 9X in the Philippines is finally available nationwide.
On the day its first 5G smartphone became official, Realme announced the C2 2020 in Thailand as the Realme C2s. In neighboring Vietnam, it launched the Realme 5i. And we wonder if it’s coming to the Philippines.
Vivo has dropped the price of the Y15 in the Philippines, bringing it down to a much more reasonable price point to begin the new year.
The Realme X50 5G, the brand’s first 5G smartphone, is official. And it’s everything we had expected it to be: a feature-rich device that can work on the next-gen mobile network but is not heavy on the wallet.