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.
There’s much to be said about a company that’s more than a century old and is still going strong. Case in point: Sharp Corporation, a familiar name not just in the technology industry but in others as well, is currently celebrating its 108th anniversary.
We had to wait a while for this, but finally, Xiaomi Philippines’ latest catalog is already available.
In addition to officially launching the Realme X50 Pro Player Edition, Realme has announced a bunch of other hardware, too, including two new product categories. This is part of its effort to create a 360-degree ecosystem of tech-lifestyle devices.
Xiaomi Philippines has unveiled a bunch of new products for the Philippine market via its January-February 2020 product brochure.
Who doesn’t like scoring a good deal? With Lazada’s 11.11 sale coming up, we thought we’d point you to the right direction of some deals worth paying attention to.
It’s the holiday shopping season, and if you’re in the market for a new television, Philippine appliance retailer Automatic Centre has a deal you may want to check out.
Following the official announcement of HarmonyOS — otherwise known as Hongmeng in China — at the Huawei Developer Conference or HDC 2019, the technology giant launched its first HarmonyOS-running smart televisions under the Honor brand.
ABS-CBN announced TVplus Go last month, giving customers in the Philippines yet another option to catch their favorite local programming on their Android device.
So it’s true that Huawei sub-brand Honor will enter the television market soon. In fact, it has already partnered with ecommerce giant Jingdong, also known as JD.
We’ve been hearing a lot about affordable smartphones in the Philippines of late, as almost every non-Apple manufacturer has launched a new phone in the P10,000 (around $189) price bracket within these last couple of months. Smart TVs, meanwhile, are apparently getting more economical yet powerful, too.
We get asked a lot about Xiaomi’s brick-and-mortar retail shops and service centers in the Philippines, so we’re publishing this to answer your questions.
Your next big-screen TV might be rollable.
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