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Take more AI selfies with an even cheaper OPPO F5 Youth

AI selfies just got cheaper

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The new year has started with a battle between cheaper selfie-centric phones. Just last week, Vivo made a price cut for the V7. Now, OPPO follows with a more affordable F5 Youth.

The OPPO F5 Youth is a cheaper and slightly toned-down version of the regular F5. As mentioned, it’s a selfie-centric phone with a 16-megapixel front camera powered by OPPO’s AI Beauty Technology.

When it was launched last year, it got a friendlier price tag than its siblings due to some minor changes in specs. It’s now even more budget-friendly at just PhP 12,990. It’s the cheapest in the F5 series followed by the regular F5 at PhP 15,990 and the OPPO F5 6GB with a steep PhP 21,990 price tag.

A quick refresher: The F5 Youth has a 6-inch Full HD+ display with an 18:9 ratio. It’s powered by a midrange MediaTek P23 processor and has a 3200mAh battery. It runs Android 7.1 Nougat topped with ColorOS 3.2.

SEE ALSO: OPPO F5 vs OPPO F5 6GB vs OPPO F5 Youth: Which one is for you?

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Huawei P20 Lite and Nova 2i are now priced cheaper in the Philippines

To make way for new Huawei midrange phones

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Huawei is set to unveil new smartphones in the coming weeks as competitive midrange offerings. In the Philippines, we already know that upcoming Nova 3i is going to be priced just below PhP 16,000, which is the same as the slightly older P20 Lite model. To make way for the new phone (or phones), Huawei just slashed the retail prices of two of their best-selling midrangers.

Effective immediately, the Huawei P20 Lite is now only PhP 13,990 which is two thousand pesos below its original price. Since the P20 Lite is now cheaper, the Huawei Nova 2i gets another price cut to just PhP 11,990.

Both phones sport Kirin 659 processors, Full HD+ displays with tall aspect ratios, dual rear cameras, and rear fingerprint readers. Design-wise, the P20 Lite looks a lot its P20 sibling with a notched display and glass back, while the Nova 2i features a metal unibody.

If you wanna know more about the P20 Lite, we have a video review that you can watch below:

We also have one for the Nova 2i:

SEE ALSO: Huawei Nova 3i pre-order details and price in the Philippines

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Nokia promo alert: Discounted Nokia 8, free Nokia 3310 for every Nokia 5 purchase

Quite a lot of promos from Nokia!

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HMD Global kicks off the rainy season in the Philippines with sweet bundles and discounts for Nokia phones. From June 15 until August 31, buyers can avail themselves of any of the following deals.

Bundles

If you’re getting a Nokia 5 (PhP 9,990), HMD Global is throwing in a free Nokia 3310 (worth PhP 2,590) with every purchase. That’s an instant free phone that you may use as a backup.

As for buyers of the new Nokia 6.1, a free pair of JBL T450BT Bluetooth headphones (worth PhP 3,000) is included with every purchase.

Discounts

Apart from bundles, HMD Global also has a price cut for two Nokia phones. While we’re waiting for the arrival of Nokia’s next flagship, you can grab a Nokia 8 first for just PhP 21,990 — a true bang-for-the-buck deal.

For the more budget-conscious, the Nokia 1 with Android Go is now priced at only PhP 3,990.

Zero percent installment

In partnership with Home Credit, interested buyers can avail of new Nokia phones through zero percent installment plans.

  • Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 – zero percent interest for six months
  • Nokia 8, Nokia 6.1, and Nokia 7 Plus – zero percent interest for nine months

The deals and discounts are available through authorized Nokia stores and resellers nationwide, as well as official online channels like MemoXpress, argomall.com, and Lazada.

SEE ALSO: HMD commits to Android P update for all its Nokia smartphones

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ASUS ZenFone Max Plus (M1) gets a price cut

The affordable phone just got cheaper

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Just as we’re expecting ASUS to launch the new ZenFone Max Pro in the Philippines, they gave their other ZenFone Max variant a price cut. This makes it more affordable and one of the best cheaper options for budget-oriented consumers.

The ZenFone Max Plus (M1) had its suggested retail price dropped to PhP 9,995 from PhP 11,995 when it got launched. The so-called “Battery King” is ASUS’ first 18:9 phone announced back in January.

To entice consumers more about the price cut, ASUS is also raffling off three JBL T450BT headphones. Simply share and like ASUS’ post on their Facebook page from June 1 until June 15.

The ZenFone Max Plus (M1) boasts a large 4130mAh battery that’s claimed to last for up to 26 days in standby mode. It also has dual rear cameras, 4GB of memory, 32GB of expandable storage.

SEE ALSO: ASUS ZenFone Max Plus (M1) Review

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