We got an email from a market-research firm earlier, revealing how smartphone brands performed in the first quarter of 2020.
It looks like Honor Philippines will kick off 2020 with a wearable instead of a smartphone.
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.
The more-affordable-yet-still-stylish smartphone that was launched alongside the Honor 9X in the Philippines is finally available nationwide.
Honor Philippines is feeling generous, or at least, the brand is enticing you to spend big by offering freebies and discounts this Christmas season.
After a brief preorder period that started November 29, the Honor 9X is now officially available in the Philippines with a suggested retail price of P12,490, or approximately $246 converted.
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).
There’s another smartphone that has made its local debut alongside the Honor 9X. And it brings some style and a bit more substance to a slightly more affordable price range.
The Honor 9X is official in the Philippines, and it will be coming to Honor stores nationwide and online starting December 7 for a suggested retail price of P12,490 (around $246). If you preorder anytime between November 29 and December 6, you’ll get a free JBL Go2 (offline) or JBL Go Plus (Lazada).
The triple camera-toting Honor 20 Lite will be making its Philippine debut alongside the Honor 9X on November 26.
The wait is almost over. After teasing the phone for several weeks, Honor will finally unveil the Honor 9X in the Philippines.
MediaTek is reportedly gearing up to turn 2020 into the year we get mid-range 5G smartphones. A report from Taipei claims that the chipmaker will be unveiling the MT6873, its mid-range 5G chipset.
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.
We exclusively reported in August that the Honor 9X could be coming to the Philippines this year — a report that has since been confirmed by Honor Asia Pacific president Yiwei Ou.
If you’re looking for an affordable, touch-operated smartwatch from a reputable global brand that has great fitness features, a bright AMOLED screen, and week-long battery life, you can certainly do worse than picking the Honor Watch Magic.
If you’re in the market for a brand-new smartphone with gaming specs yet won’t hurt your budget, you may want to check out the Honor Play, which will be available for 50% off tomorrow, October 10, on Lazada Philippines.
Honor Philippines has been teasing the Honor Watch Magic since October 4. However, no price has been revealed just yet.
In case you missed it, the newly launched Honor Band 5 is going to cost P300 (around $6) less at the 10.10 sale on Shopee Philippines and Lazada Philippines.
Honor’s fitness wearable is now in the Philippines. Available in black, the Honor Band 5 is already listed on ecommerce site Shopee for P1,699 (around $32) and will come to all Honor concept stores and kiosks nationwide starting October 10, 2019.
The original Honor Play released last year features a mix of excellent specs and bargain pricing. It launched at a price of P15,990 or around $308 in the Philippines and was, at the time, considered one of the best-value smartphones on the market.