To celebrate their massive growth and success in the Philippines, Huawei is having exclusive deals and promos this month.

For starters, the Mate 10 can now be purchased for only P27,990 from its original suggested retail price of P29,990, and the Mate 10 Pro for P33,990 from P36,990. Catered towards business-minded techies, the Mate series offers a different kind of power and craftsmanship. Packed with FullView HD Display, AI enhanced Kirin 970 chipset, Leica Dual Camera and 4,000mAh batteries the Mate series is indeed designed for high-powered lifestyles.

Meanwhile, the millennial-inspired Nova 2i is also on sale. For only P12,990—from its original SRP of P13,990—you can already avail the Nova 2i and enjoy its trendy features such as its massive 5.9-inch FullView display (bigger than the P10) with minimal bezels, a Kirin 659 chipset with 4GB of RAM, EMUI powered by Android 7.0, dual SIM functionality, and four cameras.

Aside from these price reductions, Huawei Philippines is also holding a month-long lucky draw that will allow consumers to win up to P1,000,000.00 (subject to tax and bank transfer deductions).

To join, all you have to do is purchase any of the  following devices from any store nationwide (excluding Globe and Smart stores)—Huawei P20 Pro, P20, P20 Lite, Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, Nova 2i, Nova 2 Lite, Y6 2018, and MediaPad M3 lite units.

After purchase, take a photo of your official receipt/invoice and visit and register your details here. Only one entry per user will be accepted for the duration of the promotion.

Visit this page to know more about the mechanics for this promo.

The promotion is open to all customers of Huawei Devices Philippines purchasing from all Huawei Experience stores and Multi-Brand stores nationwide.


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