After their successful run at yesterday’s 11.11 sale, Honor has decided to permanently drop the prices of some of their smartphones.

The Honor 10 was first launched in the Philippines at the end of May this year. During its time, it’s one of the best bang for the buck flagship smartphones available.

But things have changed. Now, there are more competitors like the Xiaomi Pocophone F1. To make the Honor 10 more lucrative, the company has decided to cut Php3,000 off its SRP of Php23,990.


The other price drops are less interesting. The Honor 7A is now Php500 cheaper at Php7,490, while the Honor 7S costs Php5,290 from the original Php5,490 price tag.

The new prices of the Honor 10, 7S, and 7A are effective immediately on all Honor stores, kiosks, and authorized dealers nationwide.

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