Nope, your eyes are not deceiving you. What we accidentally stumbled upon really says P2,995 (roughly $57). Until August 30, you have a chance to buy the Huawei Y6 2018 — originally priced at P5,990 ($113) — for 50 percent off.
The high-specced Honor Play is finally official for the Philippine market with a ridiculously affordable price of P15,990 (around $302). Built for mobile gamers on a budget, it’s got the HiSilicon Kirin 970 — a top-of-the-line chipset — under the hood, and launches with proprietary GPU Turbo technology for consistently smooth gameplay on select titles.
We know that OPPO is scheduled to launch the OPPO F9 in the Philippines on August 15. The teasers are out, and we already have a firm grasp of what to expect — in the design department at least — from the Chinese smartphone company.
A Kirin 970-powered smartphone for P15,990 — or roughly $302 when converted to U.S. dollars? Nah, in your dreams. Yet here we are, staring at the confirmation that Honor Philippines is indeed selling its gaming-focused phone, the Honor Play, for the same price as devices like the Samsung Galaxy J8 and the Huawei Nova 3i. Insane.
Good news to those who are waiting for the next Galaxy: Five days after its August 9 global unpacking, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be launched in the Philippines, too.
It’s the end of the line for Infinix smartphones in the Philippines. This is according to Zaks Yu, the Chinese executive tasked to handle its business here.
The ASUS ZenFone Max series isn’t well known for its gaming prowess and raw power when it comes to crunching numbers. Rather, the previous ZenFone Max phones often boasted the highest battery capacities you could find at accessible price points. Which is fine and sensible and, importantly, has worked out well for the brand.
You know a product is nearing its launch date when your feed is full of leaked information on it. These days, it’s all about the upcoming iPhones.
Samsung is scheduled to roll out the red carpet for its next big-screen flagship phone on August 9. In case you haven’t been paying attention to the news, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is coming soon. Although frankly, there is little, if any, information left to be revealed next week when the Note 8 successor makes its formal debut.
China’s Huawei may have toppled Apple from the second spot in terms of smartphone shipments last quarter, but there’s still a huge reason for the American tech giant to rejoice. It just made history by hitting the $1-trillion market capitalization. Market cap is the market value of a company’s outstanding shares.
The Honor Note 10 is now official, following weeks of teasing on social media. And — surprise, surprise! — it’s one of the biggest smartphones to ever launch.
Two days after OPPO Malaysia and India started teasing the OPPO F9 and F9 Pro, OPPO Philippines has launched its own marketing campaign for the OPPO F7’s successor.
In keeping with what could be described as the common theme as of late among smartphone vendors operating in the Philippines, Vivo has discounted the Vivo V9 at retailers nationwide.
The new Huawei Nova 3 will be available for preorder in the Philippines from August 4 to 10. The first day of release, as you may have guessed, is August 11th, a day after the preorder period for the top-shelf midrange phone ends.
Huawei Philippines has previously dropped the price of the Nova 2i from P14,990 (around $282) at launch in October 2017 to P11,990 ($226). But if you still think it’s too expensive for what it offers (albeit there’s a lot to like here, as we detailed in our “best of 2017” list), this deal may give you a change of heart.
The rumor claiming that the Xiaomi Mi Note 4 will be launched in China in August could be true, after all. A Xiaomi smartphone with the model number M1807E8A, believed to be the Mi Note 3‘s successor, has been spotted on the site of China certification body TENAA. That same device was given a 3C Certification — or China Compulsory Certification — in June.
In case you missed the announcement, the OPPO A3s is now available in the Philippines at a wallet-friendly price of P6,990 (around $132), which makes it the most affordable notched phone from a reputable brand locally. Earlier in the month, Xiaomi launched the Redmi 6A in the country, with the base model starting at P5,290 ($100) and the one with 2GB RAM and 32GB storage being listed at P5,990 ($113).