Huawei will announce a new Nova-branded smartphone in the Philippines this month. And based on the teaser released today, we have every reason to believe the phone in question is none other than the Huawei Nova 7 SE 5G, which already launched in China back in April and can be easily distinguished by its rear-facing camera setup and flash.
It’s the battle (at the start) of the year, a highly anticipated faceoff pitting two super-specced Android flagships against each other to determine which phone deserves to be at the top. In one corner, there’s the Huawei P40 Pro, a sleek, curvy camera powerhouse that performs as good as it looks. In the other, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, which …
The Huawei Y7 is a budget phone with decent specs onboard and heaps of charm, thanks to its gorgeous back design available in a never-before-seen Aurora Purple gradient.
Budget phones have come a long way in recent years. The few thousand pesos you’ve put away for a smartphone can get you a lot more. The Huawei Y6p is an example of that, with some understandable compromises and a few pleasant surprises. We’ve put this bank account-friendly handset through its paces to let you know what you can expect …
You might recall that earlier this month, Huawei launched a new addition to its Y series of smartphones — the Huawei Y6p. (Related article: Huawei Y5p, Y6p, MatePad T 8 start at P4,490 in the Philippines.)
After launching premium and mirange devices, Huawei Philippines has turned to the budget segment and announced three new entry-level products.
It’s been a while since Huawei Philippines last brought a premium tablet to the local market.
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: The 5G-enabled Huawei P40 Pro is a powerhouse camera phone.
Antutu’s global list of best-performing Android smartphones in April is in, and we’re seeing new chart-toppers.
We think the Huawei P40 Pro is one of the best Android handsets today — easily the best Huawei smartphone out there, bar none.