Alongside the Xiaomi Mi TV P1 series (our unboxing of the TV is up), the company has formally launched the Xiaomi Pad 5 in the Philippines, adding yet another compelling Android device to its 2021 offerings.
Xiaomi‘s September 23 event in Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand is expected to make the 11T series phones (and perhaps the Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE) official. But the one in the Philippines seems to be for a different set of products.
Xiaomi returns to the global tablet space with a unit that it recently launched in China.
In addition to the iPhone 13 lineup and the Watch Series 7, Apple has announced two new additions to its growing iPad family, namely the new entry-level iPad and sixth-gen iPad mini.
Calling everyone who has children in his or her household! Huawei Philippines has something in store for you.
This just in: OPPO is holding a major event in China September 16, right after Apple and Xiaomi’s respective launches.
It’s been teased for a long time, but now, it’s finally official. This is the Realme Pad.
September 9 is going to be a big day for Realme. The brand will be debuting not just two but three products.
It’s not only the Huawei MateBook D 15 2021 Core i5 model that’s getting a huge discount at a flash sale this September 9. You can add one of Huawei‘s tablets to the list as well.
Along comes another MatePad Pro, two months after the most powerful one, the Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6, was launched in the Philippines. Meet the 10.8-inch Huawei MatePad Pro.
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Huawei Philippines may have recently released a slew of products, but it doesn’t mean it’s about to let up. In fact, the technology giant today held a local media launch for three more devices.
Just weeks after the local launch of the MateView GT, MatePad Pro 12.6, Watch 3, and other premium products, Huawei Philippines has confirmed that the MatePad 11, Nova 8 5G, and Nova 8i will debut on the market next. The date to circle is August 5. At least that’s when they will be presented to the media.
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At Mobile World Congress 2021, Lenovo announced a bevy of Android tablets to help consumers adapt to today’s new hybrid lifestyle.
Huawei‘s latest flagship tablet — and the first mobile device to be powered by HarmonyOS 2.0 (in the Philippines, at least) — is now official on the local market.
Huawei‘s latest flagship tablet’s next stop has been revealed. After being launched globally earlier this month, the Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 premium slate is expected to make its debut in the Philippines June 25.
Realme‘s flagship smartphone is finally out of China and is on its way to international markets.
A month after its launch, the latest Apple iPad Pro models with the desktop-grade Apple M1 Silicon is now available in the Philippines.
Huawei has quietly launched a more affordable variant of the Huawei MatePad T 10s in the Philippines coupled with 2GB RAM and 32GB of base storage. The initial local release of the MatePad T 10s had 3GB RAM and 64GB storage; it arrived at local retail last October with a suggested retail price of P12,999 (around $271).