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).
What an exciting day it is to be in Apple‘s ecosystem. The American tech giant today said hello to the all-new colorful Apple iMac with color-matched accessories and Apple Silicon inside, but it also rolled out a huge refresh for the iPad Pro lineup, which is now built around the M1 processor.
The Huawei One Price Repair program in the Philippines is live again — this time, until March 31, 2021. In case you’re not aware, this limited-time promotion lets you purchase spare parts for select Huawei devices at discounted prices for a limited time, allowing you to, say, replace the screen, motherboard, back cover, or battery of your phone at a fixed reduced cost.
Or specifically the one from Grimalkin Corporation, the official distributor of Xiaomi products in the Philippines.
If you’re still in the market for a new phone, smart brand, wireless earphones, tablet, or laptop, you may want to check out what Huawei Philippines has on offer right now and through the entire month of February.
Xiaomi Philippines’ January to February 2021 brochure for its authorized Mi stores and kiosks has been published online, giving Xiaomi fans their first good look at what’s to come at offline Mi locations across the country. (You can see a copy of it, complete with prices, at the bottom of this article.)
Calling all Huawei fans! The last major sale of the year is happening this December 12, and just as expected, Huawei Philippines has deals for you on that day at Huawei Store Online Philippines. These are besides the ones for Lazada and Shopee customers, just to be clear.
Looking for a tablet or even already eyeing Huawei‘s Mates? You’re in luck. Huawei Philippines has an early Christmas promo for two of its tablets.
The year’s biggest online sale is over, and in come the reports on the bestselling mobile devices on two of the largest ecommerce sites in the Philippines.
If you’re after the best deals on Huawei devices in the Philippines, then there is no better time to make your purchase than on November 11. The company has announced exciting offers for its 11.11 MEGA Campaign, many of which will go live tomorrow on the official Huawei Store Online Philippines.
Grimalkin Corporation, the official distributor of Xiaomi products in the Philippines, has shared its latest — and possibly last — product brochure for 2020.
Life goes on. In the Philippines, schools have opened and embraced alternative and online learning methods amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The academic year is already underway, and many families, especially kids, will continue to spend most of their time at home for the months to come. Yours is probably one of them.
Huawei Philippines has recently added a pair of new tablets to its local Android lineup, with the Huawei MatePad T 10 and MatePad T 10s now listed on its own online store.
As previously reported, Huawei’s official online brand store in the Philippines is now live and operational.
Huawei Philippines is not about to rest just yet. After launching the Huawei Watch Fit and its official online store, the company has announced that it’s introducing new tablets.
As quarantine restrictions continue to create uncertainty for the Philippines and the education system in general, schools are adapting to the new normal while trying to keep students and teaching staff safe during the pandemic.