The world’s second-biggest smartphone company is holding a Fans Appreciation Day in the Philippines.
Huawei Philippines’ newest earbuds get a special price until the end of the month.
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ASUS Philippines will be holding its back-to-school sale from July 15 to August 31, offering up to P18,000 (roughly $358) off participating smartphones, laptops, and desktops, including the ROG Phone 5 gaming phone, ZenFone 8, and ZenFone 8 Flip.
Huawei Philippines has announced a slew of smart, fitness-focused products, headlined by the new Huawei Watch 3 smartwatch.
Realme Philippines has once again expanded its product lineup, this time with the launch of the brand’s own gaming kit, which includes the Realme Cooling Back Clip for smartphones and the Realme Finger Sleeves.
The Realme Buds Q2 are now official in the Philippines. Say hello to the successors to Realme‘s first-gen budget buds.
Realme, the top smartphone vendor in the Philippines and also the third best-selling true-wireless-stereo brand in the country, will launch the Realme Buds Q2 TWS earphones May 20.
Working from home can be both a luxury and a curse. For us here at Revü, that is very much true — even before the quarantine lockdowns and shift to remote work. Having virtual meetings, recording audio, or shooting video is, at times, impossible in the company of six small yet loud (and protective) dogs who want nothing else but your undivided attention and bark at the slightest of triggers.
OPPO, one of the leading smartphone brands in the world, has quietly unveiled two new IoT products in the Philippines that promise to add value to your digital lifestyle in today’s new normal. There’s the OPPO Enco X TWS earphones with ANC or active noise cancellation and the OPPO Band fitness wearable.
The new Huawei FreeBuds 4i TWS earbuds are here, launched alongside the Huawei Band 6 in the Philippines. They’re the cheaper but better alternatives to the FreeBuds 3i from last year.
New Huawei products are coming our way soon, with laptops launching as early as two days from now.
In case you missed the announcement — and our initial coverage of Huawei’s first pre-built desktop and monitor — the Huawei MateStation S and Huawei Display are now available not just in some other parts of the world, but also in the Philippines.
Meet the new desktop-and-monitor combo from Huawei. The company’s local arm has just launched the Huawei MateStation S and Huawei Display in the Philippines, adding more products to its IOT [Internet of Things] portfolio, alongside its MateBook series of laptops.
If you’re eyeing a gaming gear upgrade this month, like, say, a gaming mouse or headset, Logitech Philippines has you covered.
Or specifically the one from Grimalkin Corporation, the official distributor of Xiaomi products in the Philippines.
Realme recently expanded its smart ecosystem in the Philippines, following the launch of the Realme Smart TV, which is available in 32- and 43-inch sizes, as well as the Realme Watch S Pro smartwatch earlier this month.
In an interview with Realme chief marketing officer Chase Xu last year, he confirmed that the company would release more than 100 AIoT [Artificial Intelligence of Things] products in 2021. Today, two of them #realmeTechLife products have become official in the Philippines.
Realme Philippines will officially unveil the Realme Smart TV and Realme Watch S Pro March 2 during a livestream on its Facebook page and YouTube channel. For now, we don’t know how much Realme’s new products will cost, but we finally have a date when they will be first available and where you can purchase them online.
Realme Philippines is giving you more reasons to check out its products, especially during the love season.