We got the Huawei MateBook D 14 in June. It impressed us then, but how about now, around five months after we used it for the first time? Is it a disappointment, or is it worth recommending to others who may want a new device for their study- or work-from-home needs?
This is it! What image-quality ratings site DxOMark deems the smartphone with the best front and rear cameras finally has local pricing and launch date.
Months after Huawei launched the FreeBuds Pro in September, the company has officially announced the premium TWS earphones in the Philippines. Finally.
Earlier this month, we at Revü shared an exclusive on research firm Canalys’ latest quarterly findings on the Philippine smartphone market, where we saw Realme took the top spot in the third quarter of 2020.
With the holiday season just around the corner, you may be looking for a laptop that’s perfect for the whole family. We can’t blame you. At a time when many people are forced to work or study from home because of the pandemic, it is indeed a great idea to invest in something you and your loved ones need and …
In early September, we already had a pre-release build of Huawei‘s latest Android-based EMUI version on our P40 Pro. Back then, we showed you the new features Huawei users should expect to see once their devices get the update.
With the holiday-shopping season just around the corner, you’re probably looking for a quality smartphone that won’t break the bank. One of our suggestions for a true digital native like you? Consider Huawei‘s latest addition to its Y series, which has grown considerably over the months to give consumers more choices across price tiers.
Last week, it was reported that Huawei was close to completing a deal that would offload its Honor business to a state-owned consortium led by phone distributor Digital China and the Shenzhen government. Now, it’s official: Huawei has sold its Honor brand.
Looking for a tablet or even already eyeing Huawei‘s Mates? You’re in luck. Huawei Philippines has an early Christmas promo for two of its tablets.
Because Huawei can no longer ship devices with Google Mobile Services and Google apps preinstalled, the company is looking to adopt its own HarmonyOS, also known as Hongmeng OS in China, as a unified operating system for all kinds of products — from smartphones, tablets, and wearables to appliances.