Here are the latest prices of Apple smartphones in the Philippines. We listed the devices according to their category.
Last update: January 25, 2018
Premium (PhP 30,000 and up)
- Apple iPhone X (256GB) — PhP 73,990
- Apple iPhone X (64GB) — PhP 64,990
- Apple iPhone 8 Plus (256GB) — PhP 60,990
- Apple iPhone 8 (256GB) — PhP 54,490
- Apple iPhone 8 Plus (64GB) — PhP 51,490
- Apple iPhone 7 Plus (128GB) — PhP 49,490
- Apple iPhone 8 (64GB) — PhP 44,990
- Apple iPhone 7 Plus (32GB) — PhP 42,990
- Apple iPhone 7 (128GB) — PhP 41,990
- Apple iPhone 6s Plus (128GB) — PhP 41,990
- Apple iPhone 7 (32GB) — PhP 35,490
- Apple iPhone 6s Plus (32GB) — PhP 35,490
- Apple iPhone 6s (128GB) — PhP 35,490
Upper-Midrange (PhP 20,000 to PhP 30,000)
- Apple iPhone 6s (32GB) — PhP 28,990
- Apple iPhone SE (128GB) — PhP 28,990
- Apple iPhone SE (32GB) — PhP 22,490
ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M2 is bigger, faster, and still runs pure Android
ZenFone without the ZenUI
Just before the year ends, ASUS introduced an update to its ZenFone Max Pro lineup. Dubbed the M2, the newest ZenFone inherited the same pure Android software of its predecessor while the rest of the phone has been upgraded.
ASUS’ new ZenFone Max Pro M2 is slightly bigger than the M1 with its 6.3-inch display and it has Gorilla Glass 6 protection. It also has a slightly taller aspect ratio at 19:9 and a higher screen-to-body ratio. Although, it now has a notch like its more premium ZenFone cousins.
Surprisingly, the new ZenFone is equipped with a tried and tested Snapdragon 660 processor which puts it in the league of the Nokia 7 Plus and Vivo V11. It even has up to 6GB of memory and 64GB of expandable storage. On paper, the ZenFone Max Pro M2 is more powerful than the ZenFone 5.
Camera-wise, it’s got a main 12-megapixel f/1.8 shooter coupled with a 5-megapixel depth sensor. An upgraded 13-megapixel sensor takes care of the selfies along. The phone features all the beautification effects and AI enhancements.
The huge 5000mAh battery found in its predecessor is present as well. The phone still charges via micro-USB and has no support for fast charging.
Even though this is an ASUS phone, it doesn’t have ZenUI because it runs an unskinned version of Android. It’s bare with no bloatware, but it’s not part of the Android One program. Software updates will come from ASUS, so it may take some time to have the latest version available. It has only Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.
ASUS launched the ZenFone Max Pro M2 simultaneously in three key Asian markets.
In the Philippines, the 6GB+64GB variant is priced at PhP 14,995, while the 4GB+64GB variant which is exclusively available on Shopee and Lazada goes for PhP 12,995.
India will have the 4GB and 6GB variants for INR 14,999 and INR 16,999, respectively. There’s an even more affordable 3GB+32GB combo for just INR 12,999.
Indonesia also gets all three variants starting at IDR 2,800,000 for the 3GB model, the 4GB model is at IDR 3,200,000, and IDR 3,700,000 for the highest-end variant with 6GB memory.
HP Envy x360 with AMD Ryzen is a slim powerhouse convertible
The first 13-inch convertible powered by Ryzen
HP has launched its latest compact convertible for the Philippine market. This time around though, the well-known PC manufacturer brought in an AMD-powered laptop that has a lot of processing and graphics power even if it’s the smallest of its kind.
The new HP Envy x360 is the first 13-inch convertible to sport an AMD Ryzen processor and Radeon Vega Graphics. Since it’s a convertible, it doubles as a tablet for those who like to sketch digitally. This device has a 13.3-inch Full HD touch-enabled micro-edge display that’s protected by Corning Gorilla Glass NBT. It’s paired with Quad HP Speakers tuned by Bang & Olufsen to complete the audio and visual package.
The notebook comes with 8GB DDR4 memory and a 256GB SSD. Ports-wise, it’s equipped with a USB-C 3.1 Gen 2, two USB 3.1 Gen 1, an audio jack, and a microSD card reader.
The convertible also boasts an IR camera for instant logins via Windows Hello and a built-in battery which is rated to last for 11 hours. When it’s time to fill up, the Envy x360 supports HP’s Fast Charge technology that charges from zero to 50 percent in just 45 minutes.
The Envy x360 is available at HP Concept Stores and authorized HP resellers nationwide. Price starts at PhP 56,990 for the Ryzen 5 model, while the higher-end Ryzen 7 with Radeon RX Vega 10 Graphics variant retails for PhP 63,990. HP offers a two-year limited warranty and a bundled HP Pen with every purchase.
Lenovo brings new AMD-powered laptops to the Philippines
From the most basic to premium
Just before the year ends, Lenovo is refreshing its product offerings for the Philippine market. Aside from Intel-based notebooks, the company is now selling laptops that run on AMD Ryzen processors.
To kickstart the partnership with AMD, Lenovo introduced five IdeaPad and Yoga notebooks equipped with AMD processors.
The only convertible among the bunch is the Yoga 530, a 14-inch notebook that can be used in laptop, tablet, tent, or stand mode. It’s rocking an AMD Ryzen 7 processor with Radeon RX Vega 10 Graphics, up to 16GB DDR4 memory, and 512GB PCIe SSD storage. Pricing starts at PhP 34,995.
Those looking for a more premium notebook can check out the IdeaPad 720S. It’s one of the lightest laptops in the market weighing only 1.14kg. It has a 13.3-inch edge-to-edge display making it more compact, yet it has powerful specifications including an AMD Ryzen 7 processor, Radeon Vega Mobile Graphics, 8GB DDR4 memory, and 512GB PCIe SSD storage. It’s priced at PhP 59,995.
If you don’t want to spend much on a new laptop, Lenovo is selling the IdeaPad 330 as well. This model is ideal for daily work, study, and entertainment needs. It comes in two sizes: a 14-inch variant with up to AMD A9-9425 processor and a 15-inch variant with up to AMD Ryzen 7 processor and Radeon RX Vega 10 Graphics. Pricing starts at PhP 26,995 for the base model.
Then, there’s also the IdeaPad 330S which is practically a slimmer variant. It comes with either a 14- or 15-inch display, and can have up to an AMD Ryzen 7 processor with Radeon Vega Mobile Graphics. The base variant for this model starts at PhP 30,995.
For an even cheaper laptop, the IdeaPad 130 is equipped with a 15.6-inch display and it can be specced up to an AMD A9-9425 processor, up to Radeon 530 graphics, up to 8GB DDR4 memory, and up to 1TB HDD storage. The base model of this laptop retails for just PhP 16,995.
All of the new AMD-powered Lenovo notebooks come with Windows 10 Home pre-installed and are now available in major stores nationwide.
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