Where to buy SnapDragon Samsung phones in the Philippines?

Saw this price list on Facebook, which includes the following Samsung phones running in SnapDragon chips towards the end of the list:

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G (SnapDragon SM-N9860)
12gb / 256gb = P53,000
12gb / 512gb = P60,000

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G (SnapDragon SM-N9810)
8gb / 256gb = P42,000

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G (SnapDragon)
12gb / 256gb = P49,000

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G (SnapDragon)
8gb / 128gb = P30,000

Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G (SnapDragon)
12gb / 128gb = P42,000

Samsung Galaxy S20 (SnapDragon)
128gb = P39,000

Samsung only offers the Exynos variant of its flagship smartphones in the Philippines. That’s why it’s great to know there are stores in Greenhills that make the SnapDragon variants available to local consumers.

EXYNOS Samsung on Holiday Sale for 2020

Samsung Philippines on Holiday Sale.

Actually saw the Samsung Galaxy S20+ on sale at the mall yesterday for ₱36,990.

This is super  unfair for those who got the phones at their original prices. Continue reading “EXYNOS Samsung on Holiday Sale for 2020”

The Hapless Samsung Galaxy Note 20

The persistent Samsung ads about its Galaxy Note 20 on Facebook are getting annoying, they now even make Samsung look pathetic.

If Samsung didn’t make Exynos their choice of mobile processor in their Galaxy devices, including the Note 20 series, in the Philippines, it would have won me over.

But no.

No Samsung Snapdragon chip, no Samsung for me from now on.