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Huawei Mate 20 sees biggest price drop to date in the Philippines

Right before MWC 2019 happens

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The most affordable model of Huawei’s latest flagship series, the Mate 20 lineup, is seeing its biggest official discount to date in the Philippines.

From the original SRP of PhP 40,990, the regular Mate 20 is now down to PhP 35,990, saving you PhP 5,000.


Despite being the lowest-end of the flagship bunch — ranking below the Mate 20 X, Mate 20 Pro, and Porsche Design Mate 20 RS — it actually has the same top-shelf chipset and general design as its more expensive siblings.

Even though Huawei’s next flagship series is expected to launch some time after Mobile World Congress, now may be a good time to grab a discounted unit of the Mate 20. The upcoming P30 is believed to have the same processor, keeping the Mate 20 fresh no matter what happens in the next couple of months.

You can learn more about the Mate 20 and its differences with the Pro variant in this unboxing video:

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Pocophone F1’s cheaper price makes it an even better flagship-specced phone

A 2018 flagship for the price of a midrange phone

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While we anticipate the arrival of the Redmi K20 Pro or Mi 9T Pro, the former affordable flagship model of Xiaomi gets a new discounted price. The Pocophone F1 already had its retail price slashed earlier this year making this price cut a sign that a new model is coming.

If you’re in the market looking for a new flagship-specced phone, be sure to check out the Pocophone F1. The 6GB/64GB variant is now priced at just PhP 13,990, which is a thousand pesos off from its former retail price and PhP 4,000 cheaper compared to its launch price.


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The discounted Pocophone F1 is listed on LazMall through Lazada Philippines and it’s eligible for free shipping anywhere in the country. It’s available in two colors: Blue and Red.

The phone was first released in August 2018 as Xiaomi’s breakthrough phone that offers incredible specs for a fraction of the price of premium offerings. Check out our review of the Pocophone F1 to know more about the device:

SEE ALSO: Xiaomi Mi 9T is basically the Redmi K20 for the European market

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PlayStation Days of Play features limited edition console

Along with discounted top-tier games

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Sony PlayStation won’t be at E3 2019 but they’re making up for with the the Global Days of Play sale. The sale, which will run from June 7 to 17, includes a limited edition console, peripherals, and discounts on some much-coveted game titles.

If you’ve been itching to get a PlayStation 4 (PS4), since we still don’t know exactly when the next generation PlayStation is coming, then you can’t go wrong with this limited edition. First thing you’ll notice on the Days of Play PS4 are the embossed PlayStation icons. It has a Steel Black color on top and dark gray at the bottom. It comes with a matching DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller.

Also included in the sale are PS4 exclusive titles like the recently released Days Gone, the ever-popular Marvel’s Spider-Man, and 2018 Game of the Year God of War.

Here are pricing details on what’s up for grabs in different markets in Southeast Asia.

Philippines:

PS4™ DAYS OF PLAY LIMITED EDITION 2019 1TB – PHP 17,990
PS4™Pro God of War Bundle (1TB) with free DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller – PHP 23,990
PS4™ NBA 2K19 Bundle (500GB) with free DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller – PHP 20,490
PS4™ DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller – PHP 2,290 (normal SRP: PHP 2,990)
PS4™ software titles from as low as PHP 829

Singapore:

PS4™ DAYS OF PLAY LIMITED EDITION 2019 1TB – SGD 449
PS4™ STARTER PACK (1TB) with free DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller – SGD 479
PS4™Pro (1TB) with free DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller – SGD 599
PS4™ DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller – SGD 59.90 (normal SRP: SGD 79.90)
PS4™ software titles from as low as SGD 21.90

Malaysia:

PS4™ DAYS OF PLAY LIMITED EDITION 2019 (1TB) – MYR 1,349
PS4™ software titles from as low as MYR 59

Indonesia:

PS4™ DAYS OF PLAY LIMITED EDITION 2019 (1TB) – IDR 5,199,000
PS4™ software titles from as low as IDR 229,000

Thailand:

PS4™ DAYS OF PLAY LIMITED EDITION 2019 1TB – THB 11,990
PS4™Pro God of War Bundle (1TB) with free DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller – THB 14,990
PS4™ PARTY BUNDLE (500GB) with free DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller – THB 11,990 (normal SRP: THB 12,990)
PS4™ HITS (500GB) with free DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller – THB 11,990
PS VR BEAT SABER All-In-One Pack – THB 11,990
PS4™ DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller – THB 1,490 (normal SRP: THB 1,990)
PS4™ software titles from as low as THB 590

Vietnam:

PS4™ DAYS OF PLAY LIMITED EDITION 2019 1TB – VND 8,990,000
PS4™ DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller – VND 1,090,000 (normal SRP: VND 1,390,000)

If you’re in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, or Thailand and are not a PlayStation Plus subscriber yet, now’s a great time to become one. There’s a 30% discount on the PS store for three months and 12 months membership subscriptions. Customers can also get the 12 months PS Plus membership card from retail stores and get three extra months. Solid deal!

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Pocophone F1 now made more affordable in the Philippines

The cheapest 2018 flagship

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Are you still holding back from buying a Pocophone F1? Now is a better time to get one because Xiaomi is offering the sole Pocophone model at a more affordable price point.

The Pocophone F1 is now priced starting at PhP 14,990 for the 6GB+64GB variant. The slightly better version with 128GB storage is at PhP 16,990. The new prices will be effective starting April 16 on Lazada and Mi Authorized Stores in the Philippines.


For those who are unfamiliar, the Pocophone F1 is a truly affordable flagship phone with a Snapdragon 845 processor, liquid-cooling technology, AI-powered cameras, and a pretty large 4000mAh quick-charging battery.

If you’re quick to read this, the Pocophone F1 is currently on a flash sale today, April 15, on Lazada for just PhP 14,590. Stocks will be limited, so be sure to check out immediately.

You may watch our review with Xiaomi’s sub-brand flagship phone to know more about it:

SEE ALSO: Pocophone F1’s cameras are as good as iPhone 8’s on DxOMark

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