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.
Huawei has launched three new devices in the Philippines amid the extended lockdown in most parts of the country that has forced retail stores to close or scale down their operations drastically for fear of COVID-19 spread.
Fitbit today announced the prices and release of its new Fitbit Charge 4 and Charge 4 Special Edition wearables in the Philippines.
Huawei has recently announced the P40 series at a virtual launch event that took the place of its usual global keynote presentation with attendees from all over the world.
Realme has suspended the launch of the Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A in India due to the nationwide lockdown imposed by the government as a way to slow down the spread of the coronavirus. Naturally, the release of the budget smartphones will be delayed, too.
Remember the OPPO Enco Free, the company’s first truly wireless earphones that we reviewed in December last year? Good news: They’re now available in the Philippines.
We remember finding out on Twitter that OPPO had pushed back the Find X2 debut at MWC 2020 over the novel coronavirus outbreak. At the time, it hadn’t announced a new launch schedule.
It looks like Honor Philippines will kick off 2020 with a wearable instead of a smartphone.
You’re in luck. Many companies are offering good deals this Valentine season. Huawei Philippines, for one, has a Together 2020 All For Love campaign, which will run from February 8 to 21. From phones to smartwatches, chances are there’s something in it for you.
Fresh from its success at the last major online sale in 2019, Honor Philippines is dropping the prices of its smartphones and wearables for a limited time to kick off the Valentine season.