If you’re a Huawei user based in the Philippines, we’re confirming this good news: As part of its commitment to provide quality service, the company is rolling out EMUI 9.1 to many of its smartphone models starting this month.
Huawei launched the Nova 5 series last week, with the standard Nova 5 debuting as the company’s first Kirin 810-based offering.
The retailer-initiated Huawei full-refund program in place in the Philippines is now being offered in two other countries as well.
Huawei continues to defy its troubles with the Trump administration with product launches and store openings. Just today in the Philippines, for example, the company formally opened its 150th experience store in the country.
The Huawei Nova 5 series is now official, following weeks of rumors and teasing on social media. The latest additions to the company’s upper-midrange portfolio made their debut at an event in China.
Now’s probably the best time to buy a current Huawei smartphone. Huawei Philippines has announced its Rainy Season Promotion, which rolls out price cuts across select models from late 2018 and 2019.
Huawei will update 17 devices to Android Q amid an impending trade ban that prevents Google from selling Android licenses to the company.
Google relisted Huawei as one of its partners in the Android Q Beta program and is now lobbying for continued business dealings with it. Chipmakers like Qualcomm and Intel are reportedly pushing for the easing of the ban on supplying products to Huawei. Today, there’s another good news for the embattled technology giant.
We’ve reported that in support of Huawei, dealers and retailers in the Philippines will offer a special warranty program where customers can have their units fully refunded if Google apps, such as the Play Store and YouTube, stop functioning on their device within two years of purchasing it.
We at Revü have confirmed that there’s currently a full-refund program for purchased Huawei smartphones and tablets in the Philippines.