If you’re still shopping for a new smartphone and a flagship is out of your budget, then you might want to read on. The Huawei Nova 5T and Y6s are down to their lowest prices ever in the Philippines.
Ready for a handset with eight cameras in total? Huawei might just release one in the near future.
Huawei just took the wraps off another Y series phone in the Philippines, just weeks after releasing the Huawei Y9s locally.
It’s one of the most affordable 48-megapixel camera phones, and it’s already official in the Philippines.
On Valentine’s Day, a new Nova phone has gone official in Malaysia, with preorders that are bundled with a Huawei Band 4 up till the 21st and availability scheduled for February 22.
Huawei has been one of the leading players in the world of consumer electronics, and the telecom and hardware giant never fails to impress with its smartphones.
After launching in Thailand, the Huawei Y7p — one of the most affordable phones on the market with a 48-megapixel camera — will get a local release. We just received word from the tech giant that it will be unveiled in the Philippines soon. This month actually.
Global research firm Canalys has published its latest shipment estimates for the Philippine market. As expected, China-based companies Huawei, Vivo, OPPO, and Realme dominated the domestic smartphone industry, while South Korea’s Samsung was the only non-Chinese brand in the top five of the results last quarter.
Good news: Huawei‘s current flagships are now more affordable than ever. Huawei Philippines has announced price cuts for the Huawei P30 and Mate 30 series, likely in anticipation of its next high-end release.
Now the second-largest smartphone vendor in the world, trailing Samsung and ahead of Apple, Huawei has set its sights on becoming a big player in the laptop industry, with Microsoft Windows as its operating system and the backing of its smartphone retail channels.