Of the many flagship products Huawei just launched globally, two are already arriving in the Philippines this month.
Just weeks after launching new MateBook laptops, a tablet, and a portable Bluetooth speaker locally, Huawei is introducing new members of its Watch family to the global market, including the Philippines.
Remember the Huawei MatePad 10.4 2022 and Huawei Sound Joy we talked about last week? Huawei Philippines has finally revealed how much they are going to sell for in the country.
Huawei has announced two products in the Philippines — the Huawei MatePad 10.4 tablet and Huawei Sound Joy portable Bluetooth speaker.
In addition to introducing the POCO F4 GT, which is essentially a rebranded Redmi K50 Gaming and starts at P27,590 (around $529) in the Philippines, POCO also recently launched its first smartwatch and the POCO Buds Pro Genshin Impact Edition.
Good news, POCO fans: The POCO F4 GT, which is set to make its global debut on April 26, will be officially sold in the Philippines. This is according to the listings we found online.
It’s not only the Xiaomi 12 series that got launched in the Philippines today, March 23. Four wearable devices and a vacuum cleaner became official, too.
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Expect big things from Realme Philippines this year, as it promises to “#DareToLeap higher, further, and stronger.”
Remember the OPPO Watch Free? You know, the fitness-focused, non-Wear OS smartwatch that launched alongside the Reno7 5G and Reno7 Pro 5G in some markets?
Realme, currently the Philippines’ top smartphone brand, will officially launch the DIZO sub-brand in the country, adding to the brand’s TechLife ecosystem and giving consumers more choices when it comes to connected lifestyle devices.
Realme has something special in store for the local market this coming Chinese New Year.
Huawei‘s latest wearable is one of our top recommendations for those who are looking for a smartwatch with a premium look and feel as well as extra-long battery life.
Talk about coincidence. We were checking out vintage watches online when we received Louis Vuitton’s email announcing the availability of its new smartwatch.
Christmas may be over, but that doesn’t mean you’d have to wait long for the No. 1 smartphone brand in the Philippines to offer their handsets and TechLife devices at discounted prices.
The Philippines’ No. 1 smartphone brand for three consecutive quarters finally has its own e-shopping platform.
Xiaomi Philippines has launched what could be your new fitness buddy just in time for the 12.12 sale.
With the holidays just lurking around the corner — and so many sale events popping up everywhere, both online and offline — now is the perfect time to stuff your Christmas stockings with gifts for your loved ones.