As one of the largest manufacturers of telecommunications devices, Huawei PH continuously innovates its products to keep up with the changing needs of users. Like other successful companies, the brand started from humble beginnings. The devices offered by the brand are valuable gadgets that are susceptible to theft, so scroll below to find out how to keep your Huawei smartphone protected.

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Top Huawei Price List 2020

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Huawei nova 3i ₱ 5,548.00 Lazada
Huawei P30 Pro ₱ 25,741.89 Amazon
Huawei 2019 Y6 Pro ₱ 5,490.00 Shopee
Huawei nova 5T ₱ 15,990.00 Lazada
Huawei Y9 (2019) ₱ 10,990.00 Shopee
Huawei P30 Lite ₱ 9,207.85 Amazon
Huawei P30 ₱ 16,000.00 Shopee
Huawei Y6 (2018) ₱ 5,890.00 Lazada
Huawei Y7 ₱ 4,699.00 Lazada
Huawei Y9 Prime 2019 ₱ 10,800.00 Lazada
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Huawei Philippines FAQ: Price, Availability, and More!

How much is Huawei phone in the Philippines?

As of 2020, the price of a Huawei phone in the Philippines ranges from ₱ 4,899.00 to ₱ 29,000.00. Huawei phones are available on leading e-marketplaces like Shopee and Amazon.

Huawei Price Philippines 2020




Huawei P30 Pro

₱ 27,999.00


Huawei nova 3i

₱ 7,500.00


Huawei Y9 (2019)

₱ 9,471.08


Huawei P30 lite

₱ 6,388.00


Huawei Mate 20 Pro

₱ 29,000.00


Huawei Mate 30 Pro

₱ 27,300.00


Huawei Y7 Pro 2019

₱ 6,000.00


Huawei Y6 (2018)

₱ 4,899.00


Huawei Nova 2i

₱ 8,500.00


Huawei P20 Lite

₱ 10,962.26


How much is Huawei p30 in Philippines?

The official price of the Huawei P30 in the Philippines is ₱36,990 with a drop in price to ₱29,990 as of 2020. This phone comes in Black, Aurora and Breathing Crystal, and is available on Shopee and Lazada.

Does Huawei phone work in the Philippines?

As of 2020, your Huawei phone will still work in the Philippines. At the same time, you can use Google apps and receive security updates. The U.S ban on Huawei in 2019 did not affect consumers in the Philippines according to major local telecom operators - PLDT and Globe Telecom.

How to protect your Huawei phone?

Every year, smartphone thefts are on the rise according to consumer reports. This is because many users make the mistake of leaving their phones and tablets someplace they shouldn’t have. If your Huawei smartphone is snatched out of your hand, here’s what you can do to increase your chances of getting it back and keep thieves from accessing your information.

Use any strong password or screen lock

This is your first line of defense against theft or loss. Avoid using an easy 4-digit pin, instead, create an alphanumeric password of at least 8 characters. For example, “12345678” is a weak password but “Maria7890” is a harder one to crack. Another strong password you can create is one that has unintelligible words or phrases in it, say, Mriaa!899. Although this nontrivial password could be much harder to remember, using it will ensure your phone is well-protected.

Install a “find my phone” app

GPS and network connections not only help you find the best shops or the fastest route to your home but also aid you in finding your phone should it go missing. There are free smartphone apps or software that harness this technology such as the one that comes with your Huawei handset which is the Android Device Manager. To enable this feature, first, switch on your phone and connect it to a Wi-Fi network. Then enable the GPS or location tracking so you could find your phone on a map. If your handset goes missing, make sure to do these things and send a command quickly to get your phone’s whereabouts. Do not provide the thief an opportunity to switch off your phone, take off its SIM card or put it in a box protected from wireless connections.

Tape a note on the back of your handset

You may not like this idea since it will mar your phone’s sleek look. However, doing so can increase the chances of getting it back in case it gets lost. On a tiny note, write important details like your email address or work number. Then apply a small strip of shipping tape over the note. The tape works well on metallic or plastic surfaces. If your handset has a rubbery or rough finish, write your info on a small strip of duct tape. You can also use an electrical tape that sticks well to such surfaces. Finally, select a spot on the back of your phone that is not subject to constant rubbing from your palm or fingers. If you don’t like this idea of attaching a note to your phone, you can enter your info in the Owner Info section that is found under the Security submenu in the settings.

Back up your files

Huawei has a free cloud storage service that allows you to backup your files like music, videos, photos, and much more. You can also use other over-the-air backup services like Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive. It’s easy to upload files on them and retrieve those should you use a different device.

Take note of your phone’s unique serial number

Huawei smartphones have an IMEI (International Mobile Station Equipment Identity) or MEID (Mobile Equipment Identifier). This is a unique 15-digit serial number that is found in the phone’s circuits, which is difficult to alter. In case your phone gets missing and you report it to the police, they often ask for either of these serial numbers so that they can find a way to recover it. To know your phone’s IMEI or MEID, just check the manual that came with your phone or look for it in the settings. It can also be found etched on the phone’s battery. Another way to determine your handset’s IMEI is by dialing *#06#. A small window will then pop up on your screen that provides the serial number.

Change vital information on your accounts

If you realized your phone is missing and is not anywhere close to you, then go to your computer and log into all your financial, shopping, and other important accounts you have on your phone. Change all their passwords as quickly as you can, starting with your banking and shopping accounts that have your credit card information on file. Then, secure your email information and social network accounts.

Call your credit card company after your phone is gone

This is an imperative procedure if your handset is no longer in your possession. Doing so alerts them to possible fraudulent transactions. The sooner they find out, the easier it will be to file a dispute for unauthorized account charges.

Notify the loss to the police

Informing the police not only speeds up your phone’s recovery but they also help you place a credit freeze on your credit report. Credit report agencies need a copy of the police report before they can freeze your credit. The police report is also an important document when reporting unauthorized transactions on your credit card.