League of Legends is in the news a lot these days, with excitement reaching fever pitch for the mobile version of the franchise. You probably already know that the 2020 World Championship (Worlds 2020) for League of Legends for PC is already in the bracket stage, meaning we’re just a few matches away from crowing a new LoL champion at …
So you’re already satisfied with your current smartphone, but you are looking for accessories to go with it.
There has never been a better time to buy two of Huawei Philippines’ wearable devices.
Like millions of others in the Philippine capital of Metro Manila, we too have been holed up in our house for more than six months and counting.
Realme follows up the Buds Air and Buds Air Neo with even more affordable true wireless earbuds. The Realme Buds Q are not just cheaper; they’re smaller, too. How much did Realme have to compromise to come up with the Buds Q? Or is the company defying expectations with these earbuds? That’s what we hope to answer with this review.
For Realme, the #65WChargingRevolution has begun in the Philippines, as it brings to the country the Realme 7 Pro (hands-on review here), the fastest-charging smartphone locally.
As previously reported, Huawei’s official online brand store in the Philippines is now live and operational.
The Huawei Watch Fit straddles the line between a fitness tracker and smartwatch. It offers a slew of health- and wellness-related features and some smartwatch functions that can keep you off your phone a bit.
Huawei announced a couple of new products at its developer conference earlier this month, including the Huawei Watch Fit, a rectangular smartwatch that looks more like a big-screened fitness tracker than a traditional watch. A stylish one, we’d like to emphasize.
We’re stating the obvious: 2020 will end up as a year when proven methods of doing things are challenged. The COVID-19 pandemic’s effect is clear, with the shift to digital taking place on many fronts. It is, after all, a matter of survival.