A new Honor phone is going to be released in the Philippines soon. Before you get too excited: Nope, it’s not the newly unveiled Honor View 20 or V20. We’re talking about the Honor 10 Lite, which, as the name suggests, is a stripped-down version of the Kirin 970-based Honor 10.
If you are wondering where to buy official and locally warrantied Honor phones offline in the Philippines, you’ll be pleased to know they will be available in more brick-and-mortar locations in the country soon. In fact, four are scheduled to open its doors tomorrow, November 15.
The craziness that is the 11.11 online shopping festival is finally over. Is your bank account still alive? Apparently, many of you have taken advantage of yesterday’s sale. Shopee Philippines has announced that it sold 1,205,310 items. Even better, rival ecommerce platform Lazada Philippines has released the bestsellers in every category.
Could Huawei achieve its ambition to become the No. 1 smartphone manufacturer by the end of 2019? It looks like a tough one, but if the latest bulletin from market-research firm IDC is any indication, Huawei probably could.
Christmas will come early for owners of select Huawei and Honor phones as their devices will finally get a taste of Android Pie-based EMUI 9.0 on November 10.
It’s been a long time coming, but the successor to the Honor Magic — launched in China in December 2016 and shown off at CES 2017— is finally here. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Honor Magic 2.
The Honor 10 is still the best — and most gorgeous — Honor smartphone you can officially get in the Philippines now. And for a limited time, you can buy this Android flagship from Huawei’s sub-brand at a discounted price, alongside the Honor 7S and Honor 7A.
Six days after the Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 is launched, Honor will make its own Magic happen. Revealed on August 31 at the IFA 2018 technology show in Berlin, Germany, the Honor Magic 2 will gets its own proper unveiling.
For those looking to supersize their daily driver, Honor has gone beyond the limits of how big a smartphone should be. It has the Honor Note 10, 8X Max, and 8X — three of its largest handsets — in its arsenal.
This is it! We finally have a date of the opening of the first Honor concept store in the Philippines.
After days of teasing, Philippine brand Cherry Mobile has finally revealed the prices of its newest Flare smartphones, 11 days ahead of the series’ October 12 launch.
Honor is set to open its first concept store in the Philippines soon, giving local consumers yet another option to buy Honor smartphones offline, from an authorized source.
One of Honor’s biggest smartphones yet is landing on Philippine shores soon. The 6.5-inch Honor 8X, unveiled in China alongside the 7.12-inch Honor 8X Max early this month, will be launched on October 10. And this early, Honor Philippines is recruiting fans who want to be one of the first to experience it.
It’s not every day that you see competing smartphone companies’ head honchos publicly spar over their respective products. But recently, we got treated to an online exchange of words between Xiaomi and Honor executives.
Just a few days after it teased the Honor 2 Magic slider device at IFA 2018, Honor has announced two of its biggest smartphones yet — this time in its native China. You’re looking at the Honor 8X and 8X Max.
Huawei unveiled a bunch of new stuff at the IFA 2018 trade show in Berlin, Germany. On the software side of things, the world’s second-biggest smartphone vendor announced the new EMUI 9.0 system based on Android 9.0 Pie. In fact, owners of select Huawei and Honor devices can now sign up to test the software before it’s rolled out to the masses.
Owners of select Huawei and Honor smartphones may already join the EMUI 9 beta program, lucky them.
It looks like two of the fastest-growing smartphone brands are at it again. Huawei, through its sub-brand Honor, and Xiaomi are about to go head to head in the next few months.
The Honor Play has been the talk of the local tech community ever since Honor announced its jaw-dropping price of P15,990 (around $299) for the Philippine market. Predictably, the first units were sold out as soon as they hit stores.
Now that the GPU Turbo upgrade is rolling out to HiSilicon Kirin-based devices as earlier promised, it’s high time we take a closer look at the gaming-focused software application and how it affects certain phones, in particular the Honor 10.