Xiaomi continues to expand its footprint in the Philippines. Another Mi Authorized Store is set to open its doors in the country soon. This time, the location of what could possibly be Xiaomi’s fifth official shop is in the southern part of the Philippine capital.
Four days ago, we at Revü discovered the list of countries that OPPO sub-brand Realme will launch in. We mentioned that one of the markets the young company will enter is the Philippines. Well, guess what? A link a tipster sent us today all the more proved us right — if we don’t count the “favorite” one of Realme’s bosses …
Honor is set to open its first concept store in the Philippines soon, giving local consumers yet another option to buy Honor smartphones offline, from an authorized source.
A month ago, OPPO sub-brand Realme revealed that the Realme 2, its second product will be coming to Southeast Asia and the Middle East. Back then, we said the Philippines might be one of the countries that will get the smartphone. Well, it looks like we’re right.
It’s what we’ve been waiting for — Xiaomi consecutively putting up Mi Authorized Stores in the Philippines. Just a few weeks after opening a shop at the annex of SM North EDSA, the company is inaugurating its fourth dedicated retail location in the country on September 30. And you read it here first.
Which smartphone brands did well in the Philippines in the second quarter of 2018? What was the local smartphone market like from April to June this year?
Xiaomi will be opening its third Mi Authorized Store in the Philippines after those at TriNoma and SM Megamall on September 15, per the company’s Facebook page.
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Shopee’s biggest annual regional shopping event, the Shopee 9.9 Super Shopping Day, has kicked off, with over 500,000 sellers, 800 brands, and 60 partner brands participating in the event.
No matter what the report is, it looks like there’s a consensus: that Huawei really did overtake Apple in the second quarter of 2018.