HUAWEI Honor Mobile Phones Price List in the Philippines February 2021

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HUAWEI Mate 30 Pro

HUAWEI Mate 30 Pro

  • Bezel-less Phone, Camera Phone, Gaming ...
  • 6.53 inches
  • Latest model
P24,300 - (63 Prices)
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Latest News about HUAWEI Honor

The Honor 8X Max to be Introduced as the HUAWEI Enjoy Max in Select Areas

HUAWEI's sub-brand Honor launched the Honor 8X Max just last month. Now, a reintroduction in some markets is in the making, this time, under a different name. Read more

Latest Reviews for HUAWEI Honor

Sa mga users na walang pakialam kung nagsa-sideloading ng mga apps at okay lang sa kanila ang walang Google, syempre, magiging okay na rin ang Mate 30 Pro for them. Kung gusto mo itong phone na ito, ...Read more

  • Rating : 4.0
  • Review by Relie Jean
  • Date : Oct 29, 2020

Napakagandang phone na ito especially ang camera nito, battery life, at ang design. Kaya lang, ang problema nga lang dito ay wala itong google apps. Kaya marami ang may ayaw sa phone na ito kahit na ...Read more

  • Rating : 3.7
  • Review by Glennette Sn Jose
  • Date : Oct 24, 2020

Nagkaroon ako ng problema sa phone kong ito at hindi ko alam kung bakit nagkaroon ng blanko na espasyo sa ilalim sa Gboard keyboard nitong phone ko. Sumubok kasi ako ng GBoard setting para mabago ko ...Read more

  • Rating : 3.7
  • Review by Chie Panganiban
  • Date : Oct 15, 2020

Latest Topics for HUAWEI Honor

Jayson Del Rosario Fernandez

Game Performance

Nakita ko sa youtube maganda review.. Plano ko bumili after mabayaran yung installment ng honor4c ko

  • Last updated : Jun 12, 2018
  • Posted by Jayson Del Rosario Fernandez
  • Replies of This topic : 2 Replies

Olegna Onilacam Ayuniv

Huawei honor 4c data connection problem

Hi po bkt niminsan hnd aqo makapag data connection .niminsan hnd manlang nag 3g or h+

  • Last updated : May 30, 2018
  • Posted by Olegna Onilacam Ayuniv
  • Replies of This topic : 3 Replies

Hannah Sumangil


Okay naman po dati yung data signal ko na 3G or H dito sa taytay may nagalaw po yata ko sa settings pwede pong pa copy ng sa settings nyo para maging okay ulet pls?

  • Last updated : May 24, 2018
  • Posted by Hannah Sumangil
  • Replies of This topic : 7 Replies
  • 2 Good Answers

About HUAWEI Honor

Huawei Honor, A Model of Boundaries

Founded in 2013, HONOR is actually part of Huawei's strategy to market a new kind of phone series for the newer generation, taking advantage of Huawei's accumulated expertise in ICT fields and creates trendsetting smartphones for young people around the world. By adopting an Internet-based, asset-light business model, revenue has soared to over 10 billion USD in the last five years. As a result, Honor is now the biggest smartphone seller in China. As of 2016, Honor sells its products through online markets on other third-party apps. But some Honor phones are available to purchase on the market as well.


Honor has actually changed its tactics to offer a more direct customer approach where users could give feedback to what type of phone they want built and Honor will, this was their plan at first allegedly. But critics mentioned that they could have done so with their original Huawei brand. Honor, with the tagline "for the brave", was clearly aimed for the users who weren't really that great with the older phones. Huawei calls them Digital Natives. These are the younger generation who have grown up using gadgets and have never known a time before the internet and smartphones. Judging from the promotional videos Huawei wants to aim at hipster sorts who are proud to be different. While it might feel a bit forced in its attempts to be cool, Honor is doing the right thing by offering top-end specs in an affordable handset, ideal for the student and young worker crowds. The Honor 6 comes with Cat 6 LTE 4G meaning theoretical speeds of up to 300Mbps. The catch? The UK is still a long way off from implementing those speeds on networks with EE testing it at the moment. In fact, 4G+, which manages 150Mbps, has only just rolled out in central London. So while the handset itself is future proof, except for its lack of 2K screen, the Honor brand itself might not be. It might grab a few headlines, but with Huawei being a major player in the Network Hardware department it surely will be capable of matching other brands.

The Huawei Honor feels a bit cheap to the touch and a bit plasticky, but its white glittery back is actually quite eye-catching. It is 11 millimeters thick, which is quite okay for a mid-range phone on the market. However, with a weight of 135 grams, you will surely feel the handset resting in your pocket. It fits nice and solid in the hand, although we had some difficulties reaching the far corners of its screen with a single thumb. Critics were actually happy with the four capacitive buttons just below the display, they have just the right amount of responsiveness and critics never experienced accidental presses. The 2-button volume rocker and the lock key, located on the device's left and top sides respectively, are also well made – well exposed and providing plenty of tactile feedback. The 4-inch display of the Huawei Honor phone though left critics with mixed emotions. Something that we particularly liked about it is that it is pretty high-res for its size – 480 by 854 pixels (254ppi), which is why graphics on it look very detailed, and the tiny text is easy to read. The color reproduction is pretty accurate as well. Unfortunately, the screen's biggest flaw is that it is not as sensitive as one would like it to be, and before we got used to pushing our thumb harder against it, and about one out of ten touches there would be no response. Another thing that we are not happy about is that its surface is prone to collecting too much finger smudge. Other than that, its viewing angles are okay, and if you put some effort into it, you can read it under broad daylight. The Huawei Honor has a 1.4GHz processor and 512 megabytes of RAM, which is enough power to run its system interface fluidly even if you have a live wallpaper running on your background. The unit that critics reviewed was the Honor phone with an Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread. Fortunately, users are free to use either Huawei's custom interface, or simply switch to android stock available on their devices. Its a plus for Huawei for allowing its users to choose. The Huawei custom interface comes with a customizable lock screen with shortcuts to the camera, dialer, and texting apps, although it would have been a lot better if these apps were customizable as well. You get up to five home screens, which you can customize with widgets, folders, and widgets. Speaking of widgets, nothing new was actually added to the box, other than the usual Android ones you would find, which includes a widget for a music player, connectivity toggle, and a widget that will list all social network feeds. The weather widget, however, is the one that critics have found to be very beautiful with amazing realistic animations and an accurate reading all thanks to AccuWeather.


  • Very affordable phone series
  • Very stylish designs


  • No Google Play services available
  • Usually lacks a headphone jack

Famous Models

・Huawei Honor 6
The Honor 6 is the first mid-end smartphone from Huawei's Honor series. It was released in August 2014. Honor 6 has a 5.0-inch IPS LCD display and runs on Android 6 OS after the latest update. It is the second phone by which uses the amazing HiSilicon Kirin chipset.

・Huawei Honor 7
The Huawei Honor 7s is another smartphone from the Honor series of Huawei. It is a successor to the Huawei Honor 6, the flagship device under the Honor brand for 2014. The models vary for different markets with a gold-colored, dual-sim variant with 64 GB storage capacity being exclusive to China. The international model comes with 16 GB storage options and the Indian version hosts only single-sim capabilities.

・Huawei Honor 20
The Honor 20 has a Kirin 980 octa-core processor, a Mali-G76 GPU, and a 3,750 mAh non-removable battery. It has a 6.26-inch "all-view" display LCD screen. The phone has four rear cameras including a 48-megapixel main camera, a 16-megapixel super-wide-angle camera, a 2-megapixel depth camera, and a 2-megapixel macro camera which should not be underestimated.

September 03, 2020

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