Here are the latest prices of vivo smartphones in the Philippines. We listed the devices according to their categories.
Last update: August 2021
Upper-Midrange (PhP 20,000 to PhP 29,999)
- V20 Pro — PhP 24,999
- V21 5G (8 GB / 128 GB) — PhP 21,999
Lower-Midrange (PhP 10,000 to PhP 19,999)
- V20 (8 GB / 128 GB) — PhP 19,999
- V21e (8 GB + 3 GB / 128 GB) — PhP 16,999
- V21 SE — PhP 13,999
- Y31 (8 GB / 128 GB) — PhP 11,999
- V17 Pro — PhP 12,999
Budget (PhP 9,999 and below)
- Y20s G (6 GB / 128 GB) — PhP 9,999
- Y30 (4 GB / 128 GB) — PhP 9,999
- Y20S G (4 GB / 128 GB) — PhP 8,999
- Y19 (4 GB / 128 GB) — PhP 7,999
- Y20i 2021 (4 GB / 64 GB) — PhP 7,499
- Y12s (3 GB / 32 GB) — PhP 6,499
- Y1s (2 GB / 32 GB) — PhP 4,999
- Y91C (2 GB / 32 GB) — PhP 4,999
- vivo Wireless Sport Lite — PhP 1,799
We also have various reviews, news, and feature articles for vivo devices which you can check out here.
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Xiaomi brings the Mi TV P1 to the Philippines
4K UHD Android TV for your viewing pleasure
Xiaomi truly has it all for you. Not only do they have a wide range of smartphones and devices, they also want to take over your living room with the Mi TV P1.
The Mi TV P1 is a 4K Android TV. It has all the bells and whistles that we’ve come to expect from 4K TVs. Other than being 4K UHD, the display has a 60Hz refresh rate with a 178°(H)/178°(V) viewing angle. It also supports Dolby Vision and HDR10+.
On their website, it comes in four sizes — 32″, 43″, 50″ and 55″ making it a pretty accessible TV set for any household.
You can’t have a good display with subpar sound. For audio, the Mi TV P1 has a speaker sound output of 10 W + 10 W with support for Dolby Audio and DTS-HD. Looks good on paper but we’ve yet to experience how it actually sounds.
For connectivity, it has the following: Bluetooth 5.0, WiFi 2.4GHz/5GHz, three (3) HDMI ports — one of which is eARC for a soundbar connection, two (2) USB ports, Composite In (AV), Ethernet Port, CI Slot, Optical Digital Audio Out, and 3.5mm headphone jack.
Powering the device is a MediaTek 9611 chip with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage for all the TV apps.
The specs are a little different for the 32″ version. It has less ports and a lower resolution but still a good TV nevertheless.
As mentioned earlier, it has the Android TV interface that should be fairly easy to navigate. This means it’s also compatible with Google Assistant and it’ll be receptive to voice commands. It also has a 360 bluetooth remote so you don’t necessarily have to point it to the TV for it to work. There are also dedicated buttons for Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
Price and availability
The Mi TV P1 will be available starting September 30, 2021. Pricing are as follows:
- 55″ — PhP 24,990
- 50″ — PhP 22,990
- 43″ — PhP 18,990
- 32″ — PhP 10,990
The Mi TV P1 Series can also be availed on a special early bird price with freebies from September 30 until October 1. Those who will purchase the 32” and 43” variants will get a free Redmi soundbar or PhP 8,990 and PhP 16,990 respectively.
A Mi Soundbar for the 50” and 55” variants will serve as freebies with price cuts at PhP 20,990 and PhP 22,990, respectively.
These offers will be available exclusively on Xiaomi Authorized Stores and in Xiaomi official stores on Shopee and Lazada.
Xiaomi Pad 5 now in the Philippines
New tablet to consider
Unfazed by the recent release of the new base iPad and iPad mini, Xiaomi is bringing over a tablet challenger to the Philippines — the Xiaomi Pad 5.
Meant for work, school, and then play, the Xiaomi Pad 5 is an all around tablet. You’re getting an 11-inch WQHD+ 120Hz display so you’ll definitely enjoy tapping on this slate. It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 processor for all your work and play needs.
Taking work even further, you can pair it with the Xiaomi Smart Pen. Its 4096 pressure sensitivity and 240Hz touch sampling rate hopes to emulate a natural writing experience.
Here’s a rundown of the specs:
- Display — 11″ WQHD+ 120Hz
- Processor — Qualcomm Snapdragon 860, Adreno 640 GPU
- Audio — Quad speakers, Dolby Atmos, Hi-Res Audio
- Configurations — 6GB+128GB, 6GB+256GB
- Battery and Charging — 8720mAh, 22.5W wired charging
- Included accessory — Xiaomi Smart Pen1
- Colors — Cosmic Gray, Pearl White
Pricing and availability
The Xiaomi Pad 5 will be available on Xiaomi Authorized Stores starting October 1. Pricing are as follows:
- 6GB+128GB — PhP 14,990
- 6GB+256GB — PhP 19,990
A limited early bird price of PhP 14,990 and a free Xiaomi Smart Pen for the 6GB+128GB variant will be offered exclusively on Xiaomi Official Global Store via Lazada on September 24 only.
realme GT Master Edition: Price and availability in the Philippines
realme is calling this a ‘disruptor’
realme is bringing a premium concave vegan leather touch to the midrange segment with the realme GT Master Edition.
We’re sure you’re curious about the specs so here they are:
- Display — 6.43″ AMOLED, 120Hz refresh rate
- Processor — Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G
- RAM — 8GB + up to 5GB DRE (Dynamic RAM Extension)
- Storage — 128GB and 256GB
- Battery — 4,300mAh, Dual-cell design, 65W SuperDart charging
- Rear Cameras — 64MP f/1.8 main camera, 8MP f/2.3 119° ultra-wide lens, 2MP f/2.4 macro lens
- Selfie Camera — 32MP
- OS — Android 11, realme UI 2.0
- Color Options — Voyager Grey, Daybreak Blue
realme gave significant attention to the back design having Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa lead the effort. His signature is also present at the back of the phone. Talking about the design, it’s inspired by the look of a suitcase to induce thoughts of travel. We’ve gone in detail how we feel about this approach in the Unboxing and First Impressions article so check that out.
In fact, that should cover most of what you need to know. That includes our quick thoughts on the device. But TLDR: Feels great, a little thin, realme UI has bloatware, but device is pretty good overall. Watch out for the review.
So here’s what you came here for. Pricing and availability of the realme GT Master Edition:
- 8+128GB — PhP 18,990
- September 24 (Whole day flash sale) — PhP 17,490 (PhP 1,500 discount)
- 8+256 GB — PhP 21,990
- September 24 (Whole day flash sale) — PhP 19,990 (PhP 2,000 discount)
Offline Pre-Order details:
- September 24 – October 1 (with free realme Smart Scale)
- 8+256GB — PhP 21,990
- Claiming: October 2 & October 3
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