The Huawei Nova 6 series is here. And one of the most important news about it? One of the models’ selfie camera garnered the highest score from DxOMark.
‘Tis the season for dipping into those bonuses and going on a shopping spree. Huawei Philippines hopes you spend your hard-earned money on its products. One of the best deals includes a P2,000 (around $39) price cut on the upcoming Huawei FreeBuds 3.
The MatePad Pro, Huawei’s answer to Apple’s iPad Pro, introduces specs never before seen in the tablet segment: a punch-hole display and support for reverse wireless charging.
An upcoming Huawei device doesn’t just bear a similar name to an Apple handset; it looks like another iPhone model, too. Leaks about the Huawei Nova 6 SE show a design that looks very much like the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, just with four camera sensors.
Could it be that the Huawei Y6s will have company when it launches in the Philippines, likely on November 27 at the company’s next local event? We’re talking about the Huawei Y9s, which has been launched in markets like Thailand alongside the Y6s. We remember a retailer telling us that Y series phones will be introduced here.
We at Revü exclusively reported last November 22 that the Huawei Y6s is coming to the Philippines soon. This is based on a Huawei Together 2020 local ad that we saw on our site.
After teasing a bit of the device on Chinese social media platform Weibo, Huawei gives us a better look at the Nova 6 5G.
Huawei Philippines is offering discounts on two compelling handsets: the Nova 5T and Y9 Prime 2019, which are now P1,000 (around $20) cheaper.
A new report suggests Huawei is inching closer towards securing a license for Google software on its new devices.
Earlier, we reported that a new Huawei Together 2020 ad campaign may have inadvertently revealed the arrival of the Huawei Y6s in the Philippines. It has likewise confirmed the release of the Huawei FreeBuds 3 in the country.