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Apple Philippines Smartphone Price List

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Here are the latest prices of Apple smartphones in the Philippines. We listed the devices according to their category.

Last update: October 20, 2019

iPhone 11 Pro Max

  • 512GB — PhP 95,990
  • 256GB — PhP 82,990
  • 64GB — PhP 73,990

iPhone 11 Pro

  • 512GB — PhP 89,990
  • 256GB — PhP 76,990
  • 64GB — PhP 67,990

iPhone 11

  • 256GB — PhP 56,990
  • 128GB — PhP 50,990
  • 64GB — PhP 47,990

iPhone XR

  • 128GB — PhP 43,990
  • 64GB — PhP 40,990

iPhone 8 Plus

  • 128GB — PhP 39,990
  • 64GB — PhP 36,990

iPhone 8

  • 128GB — PhP 33,990
  • 64GB — PhP 30,990

You may also check out our Best Smartphones guides. We shortlisted our chosen premium, midrange, and budget handsets to help you find your next smartphone.

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Switch PH has a trade-in program for 2019 iPhones

Score big discounts with the special trade-in

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It’s only a matter of time before this year’s iPhones arrive in the Philippines. In anticipation, Switch — an Apple Premium reseller in the Philippines — announced a trade-in program where you can get big discounts on 2019 iPhones.

Switch’s special trade-in program offers up to 50% buyback value towards the launch price of 2019 iPhones. To participate in the trade-in, you must have the 2018 iPhone models in mint condition and carrier unlocked. After trading in, you get corresponding price credits that act as discounts for the new iPhones.

Here are the iPhone models and their corresponding credits:

iPhone XR

  • 64 GB – Php 25,495
  • 128 GB – Php 26,995
  • 256 GB – Php 30, 245

iPhone XS

  • 64 GB – Php 33, 995
  • 256 GB – Php 38,745
  • 512 GB – Php 45,245

iPhone XS Max

  • 64 GB – Php 37,495
  • 256 GB – Php 42,245
  • 512 GB – Php 48,745

You must download Switch’s Trade In app to participate. The app will ask for the store ID where you will complete the trade-in process. Each Switch store has its own store ID, which you can view here.

Got a phone that is not listed above? You may still trade-in your phone at participating Switch stores. Switch will assess your phone and give a discount if your phone is eligible. For more information, visit their website.

This year’s iPhones are expected to arrive by October 25. The iPhone 11iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max were launched last September. Here’s our unboxing video to give you some background:

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Samsung deploys Galaxy tablets for Grab rides

An attempt to make your commute bearable

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Commuting in Manila is a dreadful experience due to traffic. Grab passengers wait for hours before arriving at their destinations. Thankfully, Grab rides will be more bearable with Samsung Galaxy tablets.

Samsung has partnered with Grab Philippines to equip select Grab cars with Galaxy tablets until the end of October. The tablets equipped in select cars are the recently-launched Galaxy Tab S6 and Tab A 8.0. With these tablets, every Grab commutes will be a much bearable and entertaining experience.

Both the Galaxy Tab S6 and Tab A 8.0 feature large displays perfect for viewing Netflix episodes on the go. The Galaxy Tab S6 has a 10.5-inch AMOLED display while the Tab A 8.0 has an 8.0-inch LCD display. On the performance front, the Tab S6 is the more powerful of the two with a Snapdragon 855 inside. Meanwhile, the Tab A 8.0 has frugal Snapdragon 429 for daily tasks.

Both tablets are now available in all Samsung concept stores nationwide. But while saving up for one of the Galaxy tablets, why not take a Grab and try them out?

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OPPO Reno2, Reno2 F price in the Philippines

For “Storymakers”

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It’s only been months since the OPPO Reno was launched but the company didn’t waste time following it up with the release of the OPPO Reno2 series.

The series consists of the Reno2 and Reno2 F — both geared towards content creation.

Reno2: Building on the foundation of the first Reno

The Reno2 is equipped with pretty much the same set of cameras as the Reno, and then some.

The rear has a quad-camera setup. consisting of a 48MP main camera, an 8MP wide angle lens, a 13MP telephoto lens, and a 2MP mono lens, supported by 5x Hybrid Zoom and up to 20x digital zoom and the Ultra Wide Angle lens.

But perhaps the most impressive new thing about the Reno2 is its Ultra Steady Mode feature. It’s designed to guarantee stable and smooth videos despite extremely shaky situations.

The series is equipped with Optical Image Stabilization and a 60 FPS frame rate to compensate for those shaky shots and enhance image stabilization, fluency, and overall image quality.

Inside the phone is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G flanked by the Adreno 615 graphics card. More than enough for most of the things you do on your phone. It also has 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage.

The huge 4000 mAh battery, dynamic 6.5″ AMOLED display, efficient processor, and optimized Color OS 6 all work together to deliver a full-day of heavy use. When you run out of juice, OPPO’s VOOC charging will get you up to 50% in just 30 minutes.

Reno2 F brings more of the same features. It is instead powered by a Mediatek Helio P70 SoC with 8GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage.

Pricing and availability

The Reno2 series comes in colorways inspired by nature: options for Reno2 are Sunset Pink and Luminous Black, while Sky White and Lake Green for Reno2 F.

The new OPPO Reno2 will retail at PhP 28,990 with Muse Bluetooth Speaker worth PhP 2,499 as a freebie.

Pre-order period is from October 18 to 24, and will be officially available nationwide on October 25 in OPPO concept stores, authorized dealers, and online via Lazada, Shopee, Akulaku, Argomall, Abenson and Memoxpress.

The Reno2 series will also be available in partner operators Globe and Smart. For Globe, the Reno2 will be available on Plan 1,799 online and offline with no cash out starting October 24, while for Smart, the Reno2 will be available on Smart Signature Plan M 1,499 with PhP 7,500 cash out starting November 8.

SEE ALSO: OPPO Reno2 review | OPPO Reno2, Reno2 Z in Singapore

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