Our current situation has forced us to adopt new rules where greater emphasis has been placed on mobility and from-home solutions. People are encouraged to do everything from home as much as they can. Work, school, and other activities such as shopping for groceries and other necessities are done online, or remotely without face-to-face interactions.
The first Kirin 985-based smartphone in the Philippines, Huawei Nova 7 5G, is now official, giving consumers yet another non-flagship option for super-fast 5G connectivity.
On the day Smart Communications’ 5G network has gone live as a commercial service, Huawei Philippines has launched another 5G-ready “Nova Star.”
For the first time in nine years, a brand that’s not Samsung or Apple has been crowned the top smartphone vendor worldwide.
The Nova 7 SE is easily one of Huawei’s best handset releases in the midrange to date. It’s also the most affordable 5G phone on the market, with a suggested retail price of P19,990 (or roughly $405 converted) in the Philippines.
Huawei will launch a new 5G phone in the Philippines soon. Specifically, the Huawei Nova 7 5G will make its local debut July 30, which is just a couple of days away from today.
It was reported last month that Huawei‘s new consumer desktop PC was spotted on the 3DMark database with an AMD Ryzen 5 Pro 4400G APU, which combines the CPU and graphics chip in a single package, under the hood. It will be one of the first products powered by AMD’s new line of Ryzen 4000 series APUs that will launch …
5G is currently one of the biggest buzzwords in the industry. And rightfully so. Seriously, who wouldn’t want faster mobile internet, faster downloads, and less lag when playing online games with other people?
If you’re having trouble deciding on a midrange phone, you may want to continue reading. We’re here to help!
If you missed Huawei‘s previous sale at its official store on Shopee Philippines, don’t kick yourself. You can still score the same great deals via the upcoming Lazada Mid-Year Bounce Back Sale on July 15.