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.
We exclusively reported earlier this month that the new Honor 9X and Honor 9X Pro could be coming to the Philippines soon after a moderator of the brand’s Facebook group in the country shared a teaser image hinting at the duo’s local launch.
Following the official announcement of HarmonyOS — otherwise known as Hongmeng in China — at the Huawei Developer Conference or HDC 2019, the technology giant launched its first HarmonyOS-running smart televisions under the Honor brand.
At its developer conference, Huawei has officially unveiled HarmonyOS — or Hongmeng, as it is called in China — a new lightweight operating system that will work across multiple product categories, including smartphones, laptops, and TVs.
The Honor 9X and Honor 9X Pro were launched barely a week ago in China. And while we’re interested in seeing the company’s flagship smartphones in local store shelves, we didn’t think of the two that much. After all, many of them were not released in the Philippines.