The Huawei Y7 is a budget phone with decent specs onboard and heaps of charm, thanks to its gorgeous back design available in a never-before-seen Aurora Purple gradient.
Budget phones have come a long way in recent years. The few thousand pesos you’ve put away for a smartphone can get you a lot more. The Huawei Y6p is an example of that, with some understandable compromises and a few pleasant surprises. We’ve put this bank account-friendly handset through its paces to let you know what you can expect …
You might recall that earlier this month, Huawei launched a new addition to its Y series of smartphones — the Huawei Y6p. (Related article: Huawei Y5p, Y6p, MatePad T 8 start at P4,490 in the Philippines.)
After launching premium and mirange devices, Huawei Philippines has turned to the budget segment and announced three new entry-level products.
It’s been a while since Huawei Philippines last brought a premium tablet to the local market.
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: The 5G-enabled Huawei P40 Pro is a powerhouse camera phone.
Antutu’s global list of best-performing Android smartphones in April is in, and we’re seeing new chart-toppers.
We think the Huawei P40 Pro is one of the best Android handsets today — easily the best Huawei smartphone out there, bar none.
There’s a new Y series budget smartphone besides the Huawei Y6p that was launched in Cambodia for $139 (around P7,024).
After releasing mostly premium and midrange phones, Huawei has added a new member to its Y series of smartphones. Say hello to the Huawei Y6p.