A new report by Counterpoint Research suggests that the smartphone market didn’t decline as drastically as another company put it.
When you say “food-delivery services,” we think of Foodpanda, GrabFood, LalaFood, and the likes. Angkas? The first thing that comes to mind is its Twitter account, which is known to dish out funny, quick-witted posts.
The Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G is now available in the Philippines, both through a telco and off-contract at local retailers.
Only smartphones from three brands made it to the latest lists of top global handsets, both in the last quarter of 2019 and in full year 2019.
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Global research firm Canalys has published its latest shipment estimates for the Philippine market. As expected, China-based companies Huawei, Vivo, OPPO, and Realme dominated the domestic smartphone industry, while South Korea’s Samsung was the only non-Chinese brand in the top five of the results last quarter.
Apple dominated the global smartphone market in the fourth quarter of 2019, outperforming rivals Samsung and Huawei, according to the latest estimates from research firm Canalys.
Great news, Pocophone fans. Xiaomi global VP Manu Kumar Jain today confirmed on Twitter that POCO will now be an independent brand in India.
While it’s unfortunate that Huawei can’t use Google Mobile Services because of an ongoing trade dispute between two of the world’s biggest economies, a world without Google hasn’t slowed down the second-biggest Android vendor on the global market.
Remember the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance, formerly known as the Inter-Transfer Alliance Group, which was formed by Vivo, Xiaomi, and OPPO to establish a cross-brand platform for sharing files from one device to another?