Here are the latest prices of ASUS smartphones in the Philippines. We listed the devices according to their category.
Last update: August 2, 2018
Upper-Midrange (PhP 20,000 to PhP 30,000)
- ASUS ZenFone 5Z — PhP 29,995
Lower-Midrange (PhP 20,000 and PhP 10,000)
Canon unveils PowerShot G5 X, PowerShot G7 X in PH
Up your vlogger game with these two additions
Canon’s G series family just received its latest additions for vloggers and compact camera enthusiasts. These two cameras promise to bring high quality and quick images, while packaged ever so lightly. During the Canon Vlog Ventures event, the company unveiled the PowerShot G5 X II and the PowerShot G7X III.
Canon’s Benny Yu, Head of Marketing for its Consumer division dubbed these cameras as an “on-the-go” devices. According to Yu, these devices fit best with “advanced photographers and vloggers who are constantly on the move.” The PowerShot G5 X and G7 X bring a new one-inch CMOS image sensor, 4K video recording, and livestreaming features (only for the G7 X).
Apart from these, both devices support up to 30 frames per second of continuous shooting modes in RAW format. This enables you to capture fast-moving objects without missing a singe thing, especially for events and travel vlogs. This frame cap also applies when shooting videos in 4K, which allows you to shoot videos in unbelievable, stunning quality.
Canon is currently offering vlogger packages along with any pre-orders between August 16 to 31, 2019. The Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III package starts at PhP 46,998, complete with a free 24/7 Vlogger Service Support, 3-year warranty and access to Canon’s accessories and lens. Meanwhile, the Canon PowerShot G5 X II package starts at PhP 54,998.
The vlogging cameras were first announced in July. In the US, the G7X III retails for US$ 749.
Globe’s ThePLAN bundles a Huawei P30 Pro with a Huawei Watch GT
And FreeLace earphones!
Globe is offering a new postpaid plan bundle that will attract those who love freebies. It is offering the Huawei P30 Pro Amber Sunrise with a Huawei Watch GT, along with the Huawei FreeLace earphones.
The Huawei P30 Pro to be offered with ThePLAN will come in gorgeous Amber Sunrise color, and a massive 512GB storage. It will also be offered with a one-time cash out plus the monthly bill for ThePLAN. These are the various cash out options:
- ThePLAN 599 — one-time cash out of PhP 44,400 with a monthly bill of PhP 599
- ThePLAN 799 — one-time cash out of PhP 42,000 with a monthly bill of PhP 799
- ThePLAN 999 — one time cash out of PhP 39,600 with a monthly bill of PhP 999
- ThePLAN 1299 — one time cash out of PhP 38,400 with a monthly bill of PhP 1299
- ThePLAN 1499 — one time cash out of PhP 34,800 with a monthly bill of PhP 1499
- ThePLAN 1799 — one time cash out of PhP 32,400 with a monthly bill of PhP 1799
- ThePLAN 1999 — one time cash out of PhP 30,000 with a monthly bill of PhP 1999
- ThePLAN 2499 — one time cash out of PhP 25,200 with a monthly bill of of PhP 2499
- ThePLAN 2999 — one time cash out of PhP 25,200 with a monthly bill of PhP 2999
All plans also include the recently released Huawei Watch GT smartwatch and the Huawei FreeLace earphones. All in all, the freebies to be given are worth PhP 16,480. If you’re re-contracting, there’s a charge to bill option that will stagger the cash out instead of it being a one time thing.
ThePLAN comes with unlimited text and calls to Globe and TM. It also has a 24-month contract period for plans with included smartphones. To avail of this plan, check out Globe’s official store. This plan is valid while stocks last.
The device in this plan is Huawei’s flagship which was announced last March 2019. The Huawei P30 Pro has been praised for its excellent camera. Featuring a unique periscope camera, the flagship can zoom up to 50x digitally. It is also praised for its impressive performance, all-day battery life, and a gorgeous 6.3″ OLED display.
Buy from the App Store without a credit card with Smart
iTunes, Apple Music, App Store purchases simplified
For the longest time, if you want to purchase an app in the App Store, you have to use your credit or debit card to complete the payment process. The same story goes when you want to subscribe to Apple Music. Smart Philippines would like to change that by introducing a new form of payment for Apple services: your mobile number.
Starting August 15, Smart is extending its carrier billing for purchases made in the App Store, Apple Music, iTunes, and iCloud. This means you can now use your Smart mobile number as an option to pay for all Apple services. The purchase will be directly deducted from your prepaid load or automatically charged from your monthly postpaid bill.
To enable this option, you simply need to do the following:
- Sign-in to your Apple device using your Apple ID. If you don’t have one yet, create an Apple ID first.
- Select “Mobile Phone” as your payment method from your account settings in App Store, Apple Music, or iTunes.
Once you’ve done all the steps, you’re good to go. Your payment will be automatically processed and configured. With this payment option, you can pay for your favorite apps, games, music, movies, TV shows, along with Apple Music subscriptions and iCloud storage plans.
Apple services include the popular iTunes, Apple Music, iCloud and the App Store. This year, Apple is doubling down on its services in light of declining iPhone sales. Last March, the company introduced Apple News+, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, as well as the Apple Card.
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