To celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year, Huawei Philippines is now offering discounts and additional freebies on select devices from the company’s official store on Lazada.
The Huawei P40 series is the device and telecom giant’s next entry in the premium smartphone segment. It has leaked and leaked, and has leaked more times than we’ve had nights out this month. This article is a roundup of everything we know about the P40 phones so far.
After launching the Y6s on the local market last month, Huawei has announced a new and understandably more expensive smartphone in the Philippines for those who are looking for a better, faster option than what it ended 2019 with. This is the Huawei Y9s, also known as the Huawei P Smart Pro in other markets.
You simply can’t go wrong with a solid smartphone that costs less than a pair of branded basketball sneakers, especially if the person on your list isn’t too keen on sports, or if he or she is just looking to upgrade from a feature phone.
While it’s unfortunate that Huawei can’t use Google Mobile Services because of an ongoing trade dispute between two of the world’s biggest economies, a world without Google hasn’t slowed down the second-biggest Android vendor on the global market.
Some authorized stores may have offered the Huawei Y9s as early as last week, but we spotted the smartphone on Huawei Philippines‘ official Lazada shop only today, January 9.
So we were right. As we guessed in November, the Huawei Y9s is indeed coming to the Philippines, as revealed by Davao-based retailer Tekpone.
Are you a Huawei phone user based in the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, or Thailand? Huawei is celebrating its 2nd AppGallery Festival the whole month of January 2020 to start the new year.
Many smartphones have made their mark on us this year. From budget models to sub-flagships and flagships, there are a lot of memorable products out there. More than we care to mention here.
Huawei might be venturing into launching Nova-branded wearables in the future.