Earlier, we reported that a new Huawei Together 2020 ad campaign may have inadvertently revealed the arrival of the Huawei Y6s in the Philippines. It has likewise confirmed the release of the Huawei FreeBuds 3 in the country.
Xiaomi has just unveiled its new, more affordable fitness band called the Mi Smart Band 3i. The wearable is priced at ₹1,299 (around P920 or $18), making it ₹500 (P354 or $7) cheaper than the Mi Band 3.
We were so focused on smartphones at the global launch of the Huawei P30 and Mate 30 series that we didn’t get to see the smart products introduced alongside the flagships.
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Besides the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro and Mi TV 5 and TV 5 Pro, the Xiaomi Mi Watch was also launched in China today, November 5. It can be considered the company’s first true smartwatch, after four generations of fitness-centric Mi Band wearables.
The Honor Band 5 Sport edition has already been announced for the Malaysian market, with release set for November 11. So we’re not really surprised when Honor Philippines revealed that the fitness tracker is also going to be available here.
The Huawei Watch GT 2 smartwatch is now official in the Philippines, with the 46mm and 42mm variants coming in two bezel designs.
Is the newly teased Xiaomi Mi Note 10 the global variant of the yet-to-be-released Mi CC9 Pro? All signs point to yes.
Apple has quietly launched the long-rumored AirPods Pro. And it has already shown up on Apple Store Philippines for P14,990 (around $293), but there is no availability or delivery date just yet.
The Huawei Watch GT 2, Band 4, and Band 4e have been officially launched in the Philippines. The surprise is Huawei will be bringing in the 42mm variant of the Watch GT 2 sometime in November for as low as P9,990 (around $195) for the Night Black model.