Huawei‘s latest flagship phones are finally being offered by Smart Communications, too.
Preorders are now live for the most affordable 5G-enabled smartphone in the Philippines. The Huawei Nova 7 SE 5G is priced at P19,990 (around $398) locally, and it will be available for pre-purchase in the country via Lazada and local retailer Abenson.
The Huawei Nova 7i has been out in the Philippines for a while now. It’s priced at P13,990 (around $280) and will be bundled with a free Huawei Band 4e worth P1,390 ($28) from June 22 to June 30, or until supplies last.
Huawei Philippines just launched a new Nova-branded smartphone — the Huawei Nova 7 SE 5G. Locally, the phone is priced at P19,990 (around $400) for the 8GB/128GB variant and will be available for preorder from June 12 to June 21 with freebies worth as much as P6,287 ($126).
And it’s official! The Huawei Nova 7 SE 5G smartphone is indeed going to be available in the Philippines, bringing the fifth-generation mobile network to a more affordable level.
Priced at only P13,990, or roughly $281 converted, in the Philippines, the Huawei Nova 7i — also known as the Huawei Nova 6 SE and Huawei P40 Lite in other countries — is an affordable phone with compelling specs across the board, including the fastest wired charging we’ve seen on a midrange contender.
OPPO phones topped Antutu’s May lists of best-performing handsets released in China. Globally, though, Xiaomi devices ruled the Android rankings.
Lazada has just wrapped up its Bounce Back Sale, called as such because it’s the online ecommerce platform’s first sale event after COVID-19-related lockdown measures have been eased in many parts of the Philippines.
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 …