Huawei might be venturing into launching Nova-branded wearables in the future.
Not done holiday shopping for yourself or your loved ones yet? Here’s your chance to save on some Huawei devices, from budget blowers to flagships.
Before the Realme Buds Air were launched in India on December 17, there was a leak that revealed the cost of the wireless earbuds. Now that they’re official, we’re happy to report that they come bearing a lower price tag. The Realme Buds Air cost ₹3,999 (around P2,848, $56) instead of the rumored ₹4,999 (P3,560, $70).
The OPPO Enco Q1 is a surprisingly good pair of noise-cancelling wireless earphones that won’t break the bank. But the new OPPO Enco Free, which the company will launch on December 26 alongside the Reno 3 series, could very well establish OPPO as the brand to watch for in the wireless-audio-devices market.
Huawei Philippines celebrates the holidays and the Y6s launch with a special Christmas Experience event at SM Megamall Building A Activity Center on December 14. You can score some freebies at the venue starting at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow.
It’s pretty obvious why true wireless earphones are all the rage these days. They’re convenient; they’re cable-free; you can wear them without worrying that they’ll fall off before taking any steps. And you don’t have to spend a ton of money to own a quality set.
Realme is all set to enter the wireless earbuds market with the launch of the Realme Buds Air on December 17. Through teasers, we’ve learned a bit about the earbuds already, but because of Indian e-commerce site Flipkart, we find out that they will cost ₹4,999 (around P3,580, $71).
Honor Philippines is feeling generous, or at least, the brand is enticing you to spend big by offering freebies and discounts this Christmas season.
Still looking for that perfect gift for a loved one or for yourself this holiday season? Huawei Philippines has plenty of great deals on phones, tablets, and accessories for Lazada’s and Shopee’s respective 12.12 sale events.
Love listening to audio from your phone or tablet? Huawei has a new product on its stands. Meet the Huawei FreeBuds 3. Launched in Germany in September, they’re known as the world’s first open-fit wireless earphones with active noise cancellation.
‘Tis the season for dipping into those bonuses and going on a shopping spree. Huawei Philippines hopes you spend your hard-earned money on its products. One of the best deals includes a P2,000 (around $39) price cut on the upcoming Huawei FreeBuds 3.
Honor’s take on true wireless earbuds is coming to the Philippines. At the launch of the Honor 9X and Honor 20 Lite, the company introduced the FlyPods Lite for P2,990 (around $59).
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.
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.
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.