Huawei has some big and ambitious plans for its smartphone lineup this year and beyond. At a recent press conference in China, where bloggers and media representatives from the Philippines were in attendance, Revü’s own Alora Uy Guerrero asked the company’s president for consumer business Jim Xu when Huawei will come out with gaming and foldable devices.
After revealing the Vivo Y85 without fanfare in May 2018, Vivo is back at it again with the announcement of a notched Y series phone for the Philippines. Say hello to the Vivo Y81, which has been priced at a wallet-friendly P9,999 or roughly $187.
Leaked yet official-looking press renders of a new OPPO smartphone have been spotted on a Chinese website, along with a bunch of specs that the device in question may or may not include. According to the post, we’re supposed to be looking at the OPPO A5.
Huawei’s PC notebook line will be released in the Philippines this year. This includes the Huawei MateBook X Pro, which has earned high marks and reviews as a better Apple MacBook Pro alternative overseas. The new information was confirmed to Revü’s Alora Uy Guerrero by Huawei president for consumer business Jim Xu.
Those who are looking for the best deals on Xiaomi products from an authorized source — with manufacturer’s warranty, of course — can get them from Lazada Philippines, albeit for June 28 only. The country’s top online retailer is offering up to 20 percent off all things Xiaomi phones and accessories.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is coming. The Korean tech giant has sent out invitations to an Unpacked press event happening on August 9 at the Barclays Center stadium in Brooklyn, New York. Considering the size of the venue — it hosts major sporting events and is home to the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets — we could be in for some big revelations.
Xiaomi and Grimalkin Corporation, the official distributor of Xiaomi products in the Philippines, will soon open their third retail location in the country. The next Mi Authorized Store can be found at — drum roll, please — SM North EDSA.
Images of a new Huawei phone have surfaced online on China’s TENAA certification website (think the Philippines’ National Telecommunications Commission or NTC). The pictures show a device that is very similar to the Huawei P20 Lite (or Nova 3e), with identical physical design and markings.