Huawei launches Ascend, Honor and Mediapad ranges in Singapore

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Huawei have released their range of affordable phones and phablets from the Honor, Ascend and Mediapad ranges in Singapore.

Huawei have been seeing tremendous success in China with their Honor ranges and to some extent globally with their Ascend and Mediapad models, now those phones and phabets are officially on sale in Singapore.

Spotted in a newspaper advertisement by GizChina reader Joe, the most exciting of the devices to arrive on sale are the Huawei Honor 3C for $268 SGD (Around $213 USD) and the octacore Huawei Honor 3X for $468 SGD ($373 USD).

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The Huawei Ascend G6 (3G model) also makes an appearance with free 5200mAh powerbank for $299 SGD ($238 USD) and for those wanting to experience the extra speed of 4G LTE data connection there is the Huawei Ascend G740 for $398 SGD ($317 USD).

With Huawei now offering the Honor range in Singapore they are going head to head with Xiaomi who are offering the Redmi 1S and Redmi Note in the country.

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  1. kimi
    May 31, 2014

    @Andi : are u sure about the price of honor 3c in singapore? Ur article mentions as $213(USD) but most of the international sellers from China are selling this for only 180 – 190 USD….like 1949deal, antelife, etc….why would people pay high cost locally?

    • mfmx
      June 1, 2014

      If it’s only $20 difference that’s fantastic considering the international sellers sell without paying VAT and sell from warehouses far out from the cities.