There’s Midnight Blue and Mocha Brown, and then there’s Titanium Gray. These three color variants of the Huawei Mate 10 Pro are already available in the Philippines. But in a little more than a week, expect one more to join the trio — just in time for Valentine’s Day.
This year’s Mobile World Congress or MWC expo is just a few weeks away. Just like in the past, it will take place in Barcelona in February and is expected to showcase upcoming flagship devices from the industry’s leading names, including Samsung, Huawei, LG, Sony, and a few others.
Fresh off Hong Kong is a report that reveals the top 10 best-selling smartphones in the world.
China is one of the top countries phone vendors want to penetrate. After all, it’s the world’s biggest smartphone market; conquering it is already half a big part of the battle.
CES, one of the world’s biggest tech shows, has not even wrapped up yet, but we’re already seeing a flurry of leaks of a Huawei phone that is not even expected to be launched until March 2018.
Word has it that Xiaomi’s smartphone shipments dropped from 70 million in 2015 to 41 million in 2016. So you wouldn’t think that it could rise again so soon, so fast. But that’s exactly what it did.
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Huawei has announced the Honor View 10 flagship smartphone at a global event in London.
It’s called the Honor V10 in China. But to the rest of the world, the phone from Huawei’s sub-brand is known as the Honor View 10.
The Huawei Nova 2i is doing so well on the Philippine market that word is the Chinese tech company is struggling to keep up with the demand for the 18:9 phone with quad cameras.
So you’ve been thinking of splurging your 13th month pay on a Huawei Mate 10 or Mate 10 Pro. Guess what? With Huawei Philippines’ trade-in program, you may not have to shell out more than P30,000 (around $593) on its newest flagship phones, after all.
After much speculation about the price of the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, Huawei Philippines has finally confirmed it by sharing a TV Patrol report on its Facebook page.
Fresh off its official debut in the Philippines, where it is priced at P32,990 (approximately $650), the Huawei Mate 10 appeared on our doorsteps for testing last week.
A month after it was launched worldwide, the Huawei Mate 10 is finally available in the Philippines. And at a low price of P32,990 or roughly $649 at that.
The recently revealed Huawei Mate 10 pricing in the Philippines should be an indication that the local Huawei team’s claws are out indeed. This, right after selling the Nova 2i quad-camera phone for just P14,990 or about $292.
Huawei Philippines’ current star might just become brighter with the company’s partnership with Smart Communications. The telco will be offering the Huawei Nova 2i, and we all know that a telco’s push can go a long way in increasing the likelihood of a device’s commercial success.
The Huawei Mate 10 Pro is one point short of matching the Google Pixel 2’s record score on camera-benchmarking site DxOMark. But its 97 rating puts the newly launched smartphone past other heavyweights Apple iPhone 8 Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
LONG with the Mate 10, Huawei launched two higher-end models under the Mate 10 branding, namely the Huawei Mate 10 Pro and Porsche Design Mate 10 Pro.
UAWEI’S big-screen flagship for 2017 is now official, and it’s arguably the most exciting entry to the Mate series yet.
HE Huawei Y7 Prime, the company’s Snapdragon-based bargain phone, has been teased in the Philippines for weeks now. And after landing in neighboring countries like Hong Kong and Vietnam earlier this year, it has finally made its way to local stores.