There’s a new ultrabook contender coming soon to Singapore. Singaporean buyers looking for a new sleek and powerful laptop will soon get their hands on Huawei MateBook X Pro. Plus, Huawei is also launching a new MatePad tablet to complement the laptop launch.
MateBook X Pro launch and availability
Pre-orders for the new Huawei MateBook X Pro will start on July 18 and last until July 24. Business professionals looking for a new laptop should take a look at this new ultrabook from Huawei.
The MateBook X Pro features an unconventional 3:2 touch screen with 3K resolution and 81% screen-to-body ratio. Powering the device is the 10th-gen Intel Core i7-10510U with NVIDIA GeForce MX250. Huawei guarantees all-day battery life on this laptop, especially with a 56Wh battery inside.
Those who pre-order the device will get a special bundle of freebies worth SG$ 1,61. Bundled freebies include Huawei Sound X smart speaker, Huawei Watch GT 2, Bluetooth mouse, backpack, and an additional 1-year warranty worth SG$ 199.
Huawei MateBook X Pro will be available in the sole configuration: 16GB of RAM coupled with 1TB of HDD. It is priced at SG$ 2,688.
MatePad launch and availability
Huawei is also bringing the latest MatePad tablet to Singapore this July 25. Huawei MatePad features a 90% screen-to-body ratio, wireless charging, and reverse wireless charging for the user’s convenience. It supports a wide plethora of accessories such as the Huawei M-Pencil and Smart Magnetic Keyboard that connects via Bluetooth. It runs the latest EMUI 10.1 that comes with a bevy of unique software experiences such as multi-screen collaboration and the Huawei MeeTime.
Huawei is pricing the MatePad at SG$ 498 with a configuration of 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and LTE connectivity.
Other Huawei Mate bundles
Other Huawei Mate devices are also bundling freebies with every purchase from July 18 to August 16. These devices include the MateBook X Pro laptop, MatePad tablet, MateBook 13, and MateBook D15 laptops.
- MateBook X Pro — Watch GT2, backpack, wireless Bluetooth mouse, and additional 1-year warranty (worth SG$ 663)
- MatePad — FreeLace, flip cover, Huawei Video subscription, and 15GB of Huawei Cloud storage (worth SG$ 498)
- MateBook 13 — FreeLace, backpack, wireless Bluetooth mouse, and additional 1-year warranty (worth SG$ 1,598)
- MateBook D15 — mini Bluetooth speaker, backpack, wireless Bluetooth mouse, and additional 1-year warranty (worth SG$ 998)
These devices can be had on all Huawei stores nationwide. Buyers can also find these devices at Huawei’s Lazada and Shopee page. Alternatively, they can head over to authorized resellers including Best Denki, Challenger & Hachi.tech, and Harvey Norman. It is important to note that Courts will not be participating in the pre-order promo, but they will still be selling the MateBook X Pro and MatePad from July 25 onwards.
OPPO A15s: Price and availability in Singapore
Big screen and a respectable performance for SG$ 219
OPPO A15s just launched in Singapore today, featuring a bigger display and storage capacity. Buyers can now pre-order the budget smartphone before it goes on sale this January 9.
For that price, OPPO A15s packs a big 6.52-inch screen with an HD+ resolution and a teardrop notch. The viewing experience also gets an upgrade thanks to Dirac 2.0 that optimizes the acoustic effects. OPPO is also touting its design, which features a sleek and curved body and a unique 3D vacuum coating.
The smartphone also comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Fortunately, users can expand the storage up to 256GB through the microSD card slot. Powering the device is a MediaTek Helio P35 processor for a balance of performance and power efficiency.
OPPO also paid attention to gamers out there by incorporating HyperBoost 2.1 to reduce lags when playing the latest games. Thanks to a 4,320 mAh battery, OPPO A15s can last a day easily even when used heavily.
In terms of camera, OPPO A15s comes with a triple-camera setup in the form of a 13MP wide-angle lens+ 2MP macro lens + 2MP depth sensor. Soloop — OPPO’s own video editor — comes preinstalled and grants access to a wide library of music and video filters. Meanwhile, an 8MP front camera does the job for selfies and features AI beautification for those into it.
Lastly, OPPO A15s comes with ColorOS 7.2 which is based on Android 10. OPPO, however, has not indicated if the smartphone will receive Android 11 in the future.
Pricing and Availability
Pre-orders are now open for the A15s on the official OPPO Singapore Shopee store, lasting until January 8. Every pre-order also comes with a free umbrella. The smartphone will go on sale after the pre-order period for a retail price of SG$ 199. There are two color variants for it: dynamic black and mystery blue.
Huawei MateBook 14, MatePad T10s: Price and availability in Singapore
Every pre-order comes with premium items until stocks last
Huawei is launching two new companion devices for the new normal in Singapore this January: the MateBook 14 and MatePad T10s. For a limited time, buyers can also snag premium items worth SG$ 544 when they pre-order the new MateBook 14.
Premium items up for grabs include a Huawei Bluetooth mouse, Sound X, and backpack for every pre-order of MateBook 14 until supplies last. These items make for an attractive deal, considering that the MateBook 14 is one of the best laptops for students and budding professionals out there.
For its processor, the MateBook 14 comes with an AMD Ryzen 5 4000H processor for a balance of performance and power efficiency. It also has a 14-inch 2K display, allowing users to see more details clearly. On top of it all, it supports Huawei’s Multi-screen Collaboration that enables seamless integration between Windows and Android devices.
Huawei is also bringing the MatePad T10s — a sleek and compact Android tablet — alongside the MateBook 14. Every purchase of the tablet will come with a Huawei Bluetooth speaker and a blue flip cover all worth SG$ 86.
Pre-orders for the MateBook 14 starts on January 9 and lasts until January 15. Both the laptop and the tablet will be available for purchase from January 16 onwards. The retail price for these devices follows:
- MateBook 14 — SG$ 1,298
- MatePad T10s — SG$ 298
iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max price cut on Digital Walker
Enjoy up to 75% off on other gadgets too!
Despite being a year old, iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are still a good value for a flagship phone this 2020. Thanks to Digital Walker, these flagship smartphones are a better value with big discounts on all variants.
Up until December 31, one can get up to PhP 21,000 off on the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max on all Digital Walker Stores. As such, customers may snag these devices with the following prices:
iPhone 11 Pro
- 64GB — PhP 52,990 (Initial price: PhP 68,990)
- 256GB — PhP 58,990 (Initial price: PhP 78,990)
- 512GB — PhP 70,990 (Initial price: PhP 91,990)
iPhone 11 Pro Max
- 64GB — PhP 58,990 (Initial price: PhP 75,990)
- 256GB — PhP 64,990 (Initial price: PhP 84,990)
- 512GB — PhP 76,990 (Initial price: PhP 97,990)
Digital Walker offers 0% interest installment with the following credit cards: HSBC, Metrobank, BPI, Citibank, BDO, Unionbank, Eastwest, and PNB.
Thankfully, customers don’t have to show up at a physical store to take advantage of these big discounts. Home Office — Digital Walker’s online store — offers Apple’s 2019 flagships at a discounted price too. For peace of mind, every purchase comes with 12 months of warranty. Visit this link for the iPhone 11 Pro store page, and this link for the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Enjoy up to 70% off on other electronic items
For those looking to stuff their stockings with gadgets and electronic items, Digital Walker got their backs with the latest Tech The Halls promo.
One can enjoy up to 75% off on select items from Baseus, Marshall, UAG, Momax, Fitbit, OnePlus, and more. Free shipping and discount vouchers are also up for grabs, so hurry before the promo ends on December 30!
Simply head over to the Lazada and Shopee store page of the affiliated brands for more exciting deals this holiday. For more updates on discounted brands, follow Digital Walker’s Facebook page today.
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