Huawei P10 and P10 Plus Philippine Prices Leaked, Coming this April

Huawei was one of the big names that joined this year's Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, Spain. They took the international stage to officially announce their latest dual-camera equipped smartphones dubbed the P10 and P10 Plus. These are the two of the most anticipated smartphone announcements at the said annual mobile expo as tech enthusiasts and Huawei fans were so excited to see how the Chinese company was going to beat its last year's tremendously successful P9 and P9 Plus offerings. When the P10 and P10 Plus were formally announced and revealed, Huawei appears to be delivering another set of devices that are surely to beat not just its predecessors but also its competitors to the punch.

At the event, Huawei did not specifically mention as to when the P10 and P10 Plus will hit the Philippines and how much each of the phones is going to be for. Even up until today, Huawei Philippines has not officially revealed the local launch and pricing. However, if the Davao-based smartphones and accessories retailer named Tek Pone is to be believed, I guess we now know when these new smartphones will be available in the Philippines, which variants, and how much the official SRPs are going to be. See Tek Pone's post embedded below announcing the availability.

According to Tek Pone, the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus will be available in the Philippines, at least from their stores, sometime in April. And that for P10 only a 4GB RAM / 64GB storage variant will be available and a 6GB RAM / 128GB variant for the bigger P10 Plus version. Even the color options were revealed, Black, Gold and Blue.

Now where is the price? 

One of the users asked in the comment section if the pricing is already available for these phones. Thankfully, the answer was a yes.
Tek Pone says that's going to be Php29K for the P10 and Php37K for the P10 Plus.

It is important to know that Huawei Philippines has not announced the local pricing yet for these P10 and P10 Plus so what was mentioned here may not the actual and official price when everything goes official here in the country. However, Tek Pone is one of the popular and longest-running electronics vendors here in Davao City so these price stickers are most likely the real deal.

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