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.
Looking to buy a last-minute Valentine’s Day gift for your loved one? Keep reading.
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.
After hosting a bunch of limited-time offers at Lazada and Shopee this month, Realme Philippines has announced another round of deals and promotions, this time exclusively for Shopee’s 2.2 sale event happening on February 2.
Realme Philippines is looking to kick off the new year with a bunch of discounts on select Realme smartphones and accessories, including the Realme 6, Realme 6 Pro, and Realme 7.
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.)
The Huawei FreeBuds Pro are a significant leap from the company’s other TWS offerings — not just in terms of price but also in features. They’re premium yet they still keep a relatively budget-friendly price. There’s a lot more to uncover with the FreeBuds Pro that those with Android devices looking for a more robust functionality don’t have to look any further.
Samsung is expected to announce its flagship Galaxy S21 series later this month, possibly as soon as January 14 — much earlier than usual, if rumors are to be believed. Whether the leaks are true, it’s likely that the Korean company will launch the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro in the Philippines soon. Perhaps alongside the Galaxy S21 phones.
The Realme Buds Air Pro have an enticing proposition for you. They bring active noise cancellation to the masses with these affordable TWS earphones — a first for the company. Of course, as budget accessories, we expect some compromises had to be made to bring these earbuds to us. And that’s what we hope to uncover with this review.
Got that new Apple iPhone 12 series phone in your preferred colorway? Great! Enjoy the brilliant camera; the bright and natural-looking OLED screen; the incredibly fast 5G; and Apple‘s so-slick-to-the-touch iOS operating system. But don’t forget about the need for protection, too, especially since iPhones in all shapes and sizes don’t come cheap.
At a time when people are spending more time at home; when there are different ways to stream or purchase music online; and when many mid- and high-end smartphones lack a headphone jack for wired audio, we see the rise of the true wireless earphones.
Though 2020 is coming to a close, Xiaomi is not done releasing new devices in the Philippines just yet. It has announced the local availability of its Mi Watch series.
Attention, holiday shoppers. If you’re still looking for things to stuff into your Christmas stockings, we have a suggestion: a good pair of true wireless earphones.