Huawei Philippines has just announced that its latest budget smartphone, the Huawei Y7, is now available for preorder in the country. The device is priced at P6,990, or roughly $138 converted, and will be up for presale until March 16th through online retailers Lazada and Shopee.
Local retail chain MemoXpress — one of the largest in the country, with multiple branches nationwide — has just released its overall list of the 10 best-selling phones in the Philippines for the week of March 2 to March 8.
Huawei recently took the wraps off another budget phone for the local market. The Huawei Y7p is out now in the Philippines with a retail price of P9,990 or roughly $197.
Huawei just launched the Nova 7i in the Philippines at a reasonable price of P13,990, or roughly $277 converted, just like what we reported in this article a few days ago: Huawei Nova 7i priced at P13,990 in the Philippines.
Another day during these trying times, another big smartphone launch cancelled. The on-ground one, that is.
A retailer based in Davao City has revealed the price of the Huawei Nova 7i in the Philippines.
We just received word that another budget phone from Huawei is coming to the Philippines this month.
The Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G is now available in the Philippines, both through a telco and off-contract at local retailers.
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Huawei has launched a new folding phone, the Huawei Mate Xs, which is the company’s second foldable after last year’s Huawei Mate X.