HiSilicon Kirin 710 smartphones in the Philippines by price
The HiSilicon Kirin 710 is Huawei’s very capable mid-range chip that powers some of their most popular devices, including Honor’s. So if you’re wondering what Kirin 710-powered smartphones are available in the Philippines, check out our list below.
Note: The list is arranged by price from highest to lowest.
Huawei P30 Lite
First on our list is the new P30 Lite for PHP 16,990. It became available in the Philippines just this month and has a 6.15-inch screen, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, 24MP + 8MP + 2MP rear cameras, 32MP front camera, and a 3,340mAh battery. You can read our hands-on here.
Huawei Nova 3i
Next is the 2018 favorite, the Nova 3. It sports a 6.3-inch screen, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, 16MP + 2MP dual rear cameras, 24MP + 2MP dual front cameras, and a 3,340mAh battery. It was originally priced at PHP 15,990 but after a series of priced drops, you can now buy it for PHP 13,990. You can read our review here.
From Honor, we have the 8X which launched in the Philippines in October 2018. It has a 6.5-inch display, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, 20MP + 2MP dual rear cameras, 16MP front camera, and a 3,750mAh battery. It can be bought for PHP 11,990. You can read our hands-on here.
Huawei Y9 (2019)
Huawei released another Kirin 710-powered device in November 2018 under the Y series called the Y9 2019. This one also has a 6.5-inch screen, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, 16MP + 2MP dual rear cameras, 13MP + 2MP dual front cameras, and a large 4,000mAh battery. Like the Honor 8X, it is also available for PHP 11,990. You can read our review here.
Honor 10 Lite
Last, but not the least, is the Honor 10 Lite which arrived in the Philippines in January. It features a 6.21-inch screen, 3GB of RAM, 32GB or 64GB of storage, 13MP + 2MP dual-rear cameras, 24MP front camera, and a 3,400mAh battery. Based on Honor’s official Lazada page, the 10 Lite with 32GB of storage can be purchased for just PHP 8,990, making it the most affordable Kirin 710-powered phone in the country. You can read our hands-on here.
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