HONOR Philippines is holding its own Black Friday Sale event in the country in a few days, and one of the discounted devices you should probably check out is the HONOR 70 5G.
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It has only been two months since its official comeback in the Philippines, but DOOGEE already offers six tablets to local consumers — with more products to come soon, we hear.
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The latest device from Xiaomi‘s Redmi sub-brand is now available in the Philippines, adding yet another contender in the country’s saturated budget-tablet space.
Two and a half months after the Xiaomi Pad 6 landed in the Philippines, Xiaomi has announced that a tablet from its sub-brand will be released in the country in a few days.
The press release they sent last October 6 says October 20. One of their earlier social media posts says October 20. But in case you didn’t know, you can actually already purchase the new FE or Fan Edition lineup in the Philippines even if the official local launch is scheduled for the 20th.
Check out those OPPO gadgets from your holiday wish list this coming 10.10! From October 10 to 14, OPPO customers can take advantage of up to 63% off deals, free shipping vouchers, and other amazing discounts and freebies on the company’s official Shopee and Lazada stores.
The realme Pad 2 is now official in the Philippines, following its global launch last July.
HONOR recently launched a new roster of Android devices for the local market. Now, the latest devices — the HONOR 90 Lite 5G, HONOR X6a, HONOR X5 Plus smartphones and HONOR Pad X9 tablet — are finally available nationwide.
We can finally say it: HONOR will launch three new smartphones plus a tablet — namely, the HONOR 90 Lite 5G, HONOR X6a, HONOR X5 Plus, and HONOR Pad X9 — in the Philippines next week.
HONOR Philippines has had a busy 2023 so far, you’d think it would take a break from releasing products left and right. Well, you thought wrong.
In the Philippines, Xiaomi just launched the Xiaomi Pad 6. On the global stage, it debuted the Redmi Pad SE — and on the same day it introduced the Xiaomi MIX Fold 3.
Tablet PCs have become viable, lightweight alternatives to full-suite desktops in the last few years, with Huawei‘s MatePad line leading the charge. Slim enough to fit in most bags yet packing enough punch to chomp through work tasks, MatePads provide a distinct advantage for the always-on-the-go crowd.
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This one’s “designed for more effective work and even more entertainment.” And it’s already official in the Philippines.
Now, it can be said: The successor to the highly popular Xiaomi Pad 5 tablet is coming to the Philippines.
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With local back-to-school season just around the corner, Huawei introduced its 2023 laptop and tablet lineup to the Philippine market.
Need a new Android tablet that won’t break the bank? Itel Mobile, a subsidiary of Chinese firm Transsion Holdings, just might have what you’re looking for.