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Unboxing & Hands-on Roundup: November 2021

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Our unboxing hands-ons for the month of November include the POCO M4 Pro 5G, the Fitbit Charge 5, Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Champion Series Gaming Mouse, and the Nokia 6310 (2021), to name a few. Check out the rest below.

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OPPO A94 4G

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Infinix NOTE 11S

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Fitbit Charge 5

Fitbit Charge 5 14 • Unboxing &Amp; Hands-On Roundup: November 2021

It is indeed a great fitness band with its reliable health and wellness features. However, even if it comes with a hefty price tag of PHP 12K, it is worth noting that it got bunches of upgrades from its predecessor, including additional health features, a brighter and colored display, and an upgraded battery life. Well, it’s also a plus that it looks pretty attractive, so it could effortlessly match your style.

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Nokia Professional P3600 TWS Earbuds

Nokia P3600 9 • Unboxing &Amp; Hands-On Roundup: November 2021

The Nokia Professional P3600 came out strong at first with its “professional” premium packaging and case, which feels different from the actual earbuds. The unboxing got my expectations too high. On the bright side, it sounds good for something priced under PHP 5K right now.

Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Champion Series Gaming Mouse

Corsair Sabre Rgb Pro • Unboxing &Amp; Hands-On Roundup: November 2021

The Corsair Sabre RGB Pro is centered on performance and competition. It strikes an equilibrium between weight, appearance, and functionality. At the price of PHP 2,750, this particular mouse is easily a recommendation for newcomers to the esports scene for mainstream mice.

Nokia 6310 (2021)

Nokia 6310 2021 10 • Unboxing &Amp; Hands-On Roundup: November 2021

The Nokia 6310 (2021) is priced at PHP 2,490. It’s still a good main phone for those who are not into smartphones and just need something to use for calls and texts. It’s also a good home phone if you don’t have a landline or a backup phone. As long as we have uses for these devices, feature phones are here to stay.

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