Huawei manufactures some of the best tablets in the Philippines, offered at reasonable prices. Huawei MediaPad M5 8.4, Mediapad M6, Mediapad T3, Mediapad T2 are sought after for their impressive specifications and features. Browse the latest Huawei devices, or find out more about Huawei tablets below!

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Top Huawei Tablets Price List 2020

Top 10 products Price Store
Huawei T5 MediaPad ₱ 9,990.00 Shopee
Huawei MediaPad M5 lite ₱ 11,990.00 Shopee
Huawei MatePad Pro ₱ 32,790.00 LazMall by Lazada
Huawei Mediapad T3 7.0 ₱ 5,690.00 Shopee
Huawei MediaPad T3 10 ₱ 12,717.00 Lazada
Huawei MediaPad T3 8.0 ₱ 6,290.00 Shopee
Huawei MediaPad M5 ₱ 14,989.00 Lazada
Huawei MediaPad M3 Lite 8 ₱ 10,990.00 Shopee
Huawei MediaPad M3 ₱ 5,840.00 Lazada
Huawei MediaPad M5 64GB Champagne Gold ₱ 15,222.00 Lazada
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Huawei T5 MediaPad

Cheapest at Shopee ₱ 9,990.00 ₱ 9,990.00 Go to Shop

Huawei Tablet 2020 FAQ: Price, Availability, and More!

How much is Huawei tablet in the Philippines?

As of July 2020, the Huawei tablet price Philippines ranges from ₱ 5,790.00 to ₱ 32,990.00. Huawei tablets are available on leading e-marketplaces in the Philippines like Shopee and Lazada.

Huawei Tablet Price List Philippines - July 2020

Huawei Tablets

Huawei Tablets Price

Store

Huawei MatePad Pro

₱ 32,990.00

Lazada

Huawei MediaPad T3 8.0

₱ 6,290.00

Shopee

Huawei MediaPad T3 10

₱ 13,764.00

Galleon

Huawei MediaPad M5

₱ 13,033.00

Shopee

Huawei MediaPad M3

₱ 5,840.00

Lazada

Huawei MediaPad M3 Lite 8

₱ 10,990.00

Shopee

Huawei MediaPad M5 64GB Champagne Gold

₱ 15,222.00

Lazada

Huawei MediaPad M3 Lite 10

₱ 27,708.00

Galleon

Huawei Honor Pad 5 Tablet 8 Inch 4GB 64GB Kirin 710 Octa Core OTG 8.0MP Face ID 1200x1920 FHD Display 5100mAh - Gray- CN Plug

₱ 14,284.00

Lazada

Huawei Mediapad T3 1 Year Parts And Service Warranty Ntc

₱ 5,790.00

Shopee

Essential Tablet Care Tips You Should Know from Huawei Philippines

High-end smartphones and tablets like those from Huawei are the in-thing these days. More and more computer users replace their laptop or desktop computer’s monitor with tablets. This is because they are so convenient and allow you to bring them anywhere. But like any electronic devices, they are expected to undergo wear and tear over time. To keep them in mint condition, here are tips to remember.

Don’t use a stylus or power cable from a different model

Keep in mind that all styluses are created uniquely. The one that came with your Huawei tab is specifically designed for it, so don’t attempt to use a stylus from a different model. Using one can result in a scratched-up screen. Also, don’t make the mistake of using pens or utensils as a substitute for the stylus. These items have their intended purposes so use them properly. If you lose your stylus, it’s best to get a new one from the store you purchased it from, instead of using other objects.

Likewise, use the power cable that came with your phone. Avoid plugging its port with other chords whether they fit or not. This is because they can cause damage to your tablet, resulting in not charging as quickly as it used to.

Protect it from too much sunlight

Exposing your tablet to direct sunlight can damage its internal components, causing it to perform poorly and overheat. Keep in mind that many Huawei tablets are made from aluminum so they heat up quickly in too much sunlight. Therefore, make sure to store it away from sources that can warm it up like radiators and stoves.

Extend Your Tablet’s Battery Life

In most tablets, apps remain active even while the device is in sleep mode. Although this makes the startup process easier, it can lower your tablet’s battery life. The solution to this is to choose the Wi-Fi Sleep policy setting on your tablet that makes it go to sleep mode when the screen turns off. To activate this feature, just tap Wireless Settings under the Wireless and Networks. Then click WiFi-Sleep Policy. Another important thing is to not overcharge your tablet. Charging it continually can cause its battery life to decline, making you wonder why it can’t keep a charge for longer than a few hours later on. It’s best to charge it when the battery goes to about 50 percent then remove it from the power source once it gets full 100 percent. With that, the battery discharges at a slow rate, making a difference in the battery life of your device.

Keep your tablet in a protective case

Always put your tablet in a sturdy case if you are not using it. Make the habit of carrying it with you in order to protect it from harm and the elements. A protective case guards your tablet against drops and damage caused by other objects in your bag. Other variants of protective cases shield tablets from water damage but expect it to come at a steep price.

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