Here are the latest prices of Xiaomi smartphones in the Philippines. We listed the devices according to their category.
Last updated: January 13, 2020
Upper-Midrange (PhP 20,000 to PhP 30,000)
Lower-Midrange (PhP 20,000 and PhP 10,000)
- Mi 9T Pro (6GB/128GB) — PhP 19,990
- Mi 9T Pro (6GB/64GB) — PhP 18,990
- Mi 8 — PhP 18,890
- Mi 9 (6GB/64GB) — PhP 18,490
- Pocophone F1 Armored Edition — PhP 18,490
- Mi 9 SE (6GB/128GB) — PhP 17,990
- Mi 9T (6GB/128GB) — PhP 17,490
- Pocophone F1 (6GB/128GB) — PhP 16,990
- Mi 9 SE (6GB/64GB) — PhP 15,990
- Mi 9T (6GB/64GB) — PhP 14,990
- Mi 8 Lite (6GB/128GB) — PhP 15,090
- Pocophone F1 (6GB/64GB) — PhP 14,390
- Redmi Note 8 Pro (6GB/128GB) — PhP 12,990
- Redmi Note 8 Pro (6GB/64GB) — PhP 11,490
- Redmi Note 7 (4GB/128GB) — PhP 11,490
- Mi 8 Lite (4GB/64GB) — PhP 10,990
- Mi A3 (4GB/128GB) — PhP 10,990
- Mi A2 (6GB/128GB) — PhP 10,990
Budget (PhP 10,000 and below)
- Redmi Note 8 (4GB/128GB) — PhP 9,990
- Redmi Note 7 (4GB/64GB) — PhP 9,990
- Redmi Note 8 (4GB/64GB) — PhP 8,990
- Redmi Note 6 Pro (4GB/64GB) — PhP 8,990
- Redmi Note 5 AI (4GB/64GB) — PhP 8,990
- Mi A2 (4GB/64GB) — PhP 8,810
- Mi A2 Lite (4GB/64GB) — PhP 8,722
- Redmi Note 8 (3GB/32GB) — PhP 7,990
- Redmi Note 7 (3GB/32GB) — PhP 7,990
- Mi A2 Lite (3GB/32GB) — PhP 6,524
- Redmi S2 (3GB/32GB) — PhP 6,490
- Redmi 7 (3GB/32GB) — PhP 6,490
- Redmi 6 (3GB/64GB) — PhP 6,290
- Redmi Note 5 AI (3GB/32GB) — PhP 5,990
- Redmi 7 (2GB/16GB) — PhP 5,890
- Redmi 6 (3GB/32GB) — PhP 5,790
- Redmi 6A (2GB/16GB) — PhP 4,790
- Redmi Go (1GB/8GB) — PhP 2,990
Authorized Mi Stores
- Trinoma Mall – Level 4 Beside Cinema 5, Trinoma Mall North Ave. Quezon City
- SM Megamall – Level 4, Cyberzone Bldg. B SM Megamall, EDSA, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong
- SM North Edsa Annex – Level 3 SM North EDSA, Quezon City
- Starmall Alabang – Level 2, Cyberpoint Annex, Starmall Alabang, Muntinlupa City
- SM Mall of Asia – Level 2 Cyberzone, North Parking Bldg., SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City
- Market! Market! – Level 4, Market! Market! Shopping Mall, McKinley Parkway, Taguig City
- Lucky Chinatown – Level 3 Chinatown Mall, Reina Regente Cor. Dela Reina St., Binondo Manila
- Robinsons Place Manila – Level 3, Midtown Wing, Robinsons Place Manila, Pedro Gil St. Ermita, Manila
- SM Bicutan – Lower Ground Level, Bldg. A, SM Bicutan, Paranaque City
- Marque Mall – Level 3, Space 1AC – 8, Marquee Mall, Aniceto Gueco St., Angeles, Pampanga
- Eton Centris – Level 2, Centris Station, Eton Centris EDSA cor. Quezon Ave., Quezon City
- SM Center Sangandaan – 3/F, Cyberzone, SM Center Sangandaan, Marcelo H. Del Pilar Cor. Samson Rd., Caloocan
- SM City Cebu – 2/F, Cyberzone, SM City Cebu, North Reclamation Area, Cebu City
- SM City Cabanatuan – 2/F Cyberzone, SM City Cabanatuan, Brgy., H. Concepcion, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
- SM City Southmall – 3/F Cyberzone, SM Southmall, Alabang-Zapote Rd., Real St., Almanza Uno, Las Pinas City
- SM City San Mateo – 2/F, Cyberzone, SM City San Mateo, Gen., Ave, Brgy. Ampid 1, San Mateo Rizal
- SM City Manila – Lower Ground Cyberzone, Ermita, Manila [Opening on August 3, 2019]
Canon Philippines holds digital masterclass on Facebook
Improve your photography skills while at home
Are you looking for things-to-do to pass the time while at home? Then, take a peek at Canon Philippines’ Facebook page. From March 31 until April 28, you can participate in the digital masterclass series by Canon. It’s an online class of sorts that brings together Canon ambassadors and professionals as they share tips and tricks on how to improve photography skills.
The digital masterclass will also cover a lot of topics ranging from food photography to architecture and wedding photography. The basics of vlogging are also included. So, don’t miss out on those especially if you’re trying to level up your photos and videos.
Check out the schedule of Canon’s digital masterclass below:
To participate or know more, head over to Canon Philippines’ Facebook page.
Lazada hosts virtual charity concert to help in the fight vs COVID-19
Happening this April 6
Every medical worker in the world needs every kind of help right now as they battle an ongoing pandemic. As cases rise in the Philippines, medical workers urge the public to donate medical supplies.
Seeing the need for donations, Lazada is hosting a virtual charity concert, #RadioGivesBack: A LazadaForGood Charity Concert From Home. One of the those one-hour charity concerts already happened on March 30. Another concert will happen on April 6 at 5 in the afternoon. The charity concert will air on their radio partners, Magic 89.9, Jam 88.3, Wave 89.1 and Play 99.5. Lazada will also live-stream the concert on its app via LazLive.
Anyone using a web browser can also watch the concert through this website.
The proceeds for the donation will go to various donation partners of Lazada. The donations will go towards providing various medical equipment and supplies for the medical front-liners.
The charity concert is an extension of Lazada’s LazadaForGood campaign. To date, the campaign for supporting medical workers had already collected PhP 7,000,000 through various channels. To donate, head over to this website and choose from Lazada’s donation partners.
Tech companies post tips on proper hygiene
A good hygiene keeps the coronavirus away
During these times, it is important to practice proper hygiene. Building good hygiene is crucial in maintaining well-being. Plus, these practices ward off unwanted viruses and bacteria that can wreak havoc on one’s health.
So, what are the few hygiene tips that you can practice anywhere? Tech companies are sharing a few of these tips that you can apply in your home, when traveling, or when at work. Here are the companies and their advice on how to practice proper hygiene.
OPPO just shared some pointers on how to properly disinfect your mobile devices. Your mobile device is one of the most touched objects on the planet, and they can harbor various viruses and bacteria. So, it is crucial that you clean and disinfect your device. Besides, it doesn’t hurt to sanitize your phone once in a while.
Realme also shared some tips on how to avoid catching the dreaded Coronavirus. Some of the tips they shared can be applied even if there’s no pandemic spreading around. After all, these practices should be common. These include sanitizing the home once in a while, observing proper handwashing methods, and not touching the eyes, nose, and mouth — especially after touching a dirty object.
Practicing good hygiene goes a long way in ensuring good health and wellbeing. Most of the tips shared by these companies can also be applied anywhere at any time of the year. However, these practices are more important than ever, especially as the cases of people with COVID-19 disease keeps rising every day.
As general rules, the CDC or The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention listed these to help with preventing the spread of COVID-19:
- Stay home when sick
- Cover coughs and sneezes
- Frequently wash hands with soap and water
- Clean frequently touched surfaces
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