January is finally over and a lot has happened even though it’s just the first month of the year. CES 2020 already concluded which gave us a peek on the new tech coming out this year. But before we get to those, let’s take a peek at the products we reviewed last month. Check out the Gadget Reviews Roundup for January 2020.
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While games were playable, and productivity, social media, and simple tasks were smooth, other phones in this price range outclass the Huawei Y9s in raw performance. If you’re a hardcore gamer who’s competitive, you may want to look elsewhere. That being said, if you’re looking for a phone that looks amazing, has an immersive display, a premium body, and okay cameras, then the Huawei Y9s ticks all those boxes for PHP 13,990.
The Realme 5i is basically a Realme 5 but with a lower front-camera resolution, different design, and a lower price tag. Priced at PHP 6,990 with 3GB + 64GB configuration, it’s just PHP 1,000 less compared to the Realme 5 with the same configuration. Realme basically wants to further strengthen their foothold in the budget segment.
If there’s a phrase I’d use for the Huawei MateBook D 15, it’d be good enough. The display is good enough, the system’s performance is good enough to handle most workloads, there are a decent amount of ports, audio quality from the speakers is good enough, the webcam and mic are good enough for Skype calls. The battery life is also good enough for a 15.6-inch laptop. Priced at PHP 37,990, the Huawei MateBook D 15 offers a lot of value. It’s a jack of all trade laptop that’s easy to recommend to people who value portability.
In conclusion, if you’re in the market for a new phone with only PHP 7,000 to spare, the Huawei Y6s is your best bet. It’s got a great design, decent cameras, with enough RAM to multitask, and enough storage to install most, if not all, of your apps and more.