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.
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.
The Philippines’ No. 1 smartphone brand for three consecutive quarters is holding an online sale the whole day tomorrow, November 26.
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If you’ve been looking to upgrade to a premium smart TV with a 4K screen, video-call capabilities, and a high 120Hz refresh rate, Huawei Philippines has an offer you might find hard to refuse.
Xiaomi‘s September 23 event in Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand is expected to make the 11T series phones (and perhaps the Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE) official. But the one in the Philippines seems to be for a different set of products.
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The 2020/21 NBA postseason is now in full swing, with 16 of the association’s best teams competing for a title. Right on cue, Hisense, a leading manufacturer in consumer technologies, has announced a new promotion that will give customers who buy select Hisense televisions two months of access to live and on-demand NBA games through the NBA’s League Pass streaming platform.
It isn’t every day that one of the biggest global brands is seen as an underdog in a category, but this is the situation Huawei finds itself in, following the announcement of the Huawei Vision S Series TV in Malaysia and, most recently, in the Philippines.
Just last month, Huawei debuted its latest line of premium smart TVs in Malaysia following the announcement of the Huawei Vision S series. Beginning tomorrow, May 7, both 55- and 65-inch Huawei Vision S TVs will be available for preorder in the Philippines.
Huawei Philippines is entering a new product category, promising to elevate the Filipinos’ smart-home entertainment experience. The company has announced it will launch a television in the Philippines — and soon. Like May 7 soon.
OPPO will be announcing the K9 series in China on May 6, and the launch event will apparently include the OPPO Smart TV K9, in addition to a new smartphone and wearables also under the K9 lineup.
Or specifically the one from Grimalkin Corporation, the official distributor of Xiaomi products in the Philippines.
Realme entered the smartphone scene in 2018 as an underdog with huge potential. Now, in 2021, the former OPPO sub-brand is currently one of the top mobile brands in the Philippines and in the region after seeing exponential year-on-year growth since its inception.
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.
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.)
Grimalkin Corporation, the official distributor of Xiaomi products in the Philippines, has shared its latest — and possibly last — product brochure for 2020.
Xiaomi Philippines has shared its latest, November-December 2020 brochure, which includes some new items you’ll find at authorized Xiaomi stores around the country, if they haven’t arrived yet.
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