Counterpoint Research has released its latest analysis on the Philippine smartphone market, and with it, the top 5 brands in the category from January to March this year.
The rumor mill turns out to be right. Xiaomi, long reported to have partnered with Leica, today confirmed it has “reached a global strategic partnership in mobile imaging” with the German camera and optics manufacturer.
Qualcomm has unveiled the follow-up to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, aptly calling its latest — and now, most powerful — chipset yet, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1.
Market-research firm Canalys’ latest quarterly report on the global smartphone market is in. Based on the preliminary estimates for the first quarter of 2022, Samsung remained king of the hill, with a 24% share of the worldwide market, while the rest of the top five were composed of the same brands, in the same order as last year’s January to March ranking.
MediaTek, the current market leader in the mobile chipset category, has launched a new 5G chip under its Dimensity line.
It looks like the Philippines will be one of the first — if not the first — in line to link up with Elon Musk’s satellite-based internet in this part of the globe.
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It may not be 2021’s biggest smartphone vendor, but it captured 44% of the global smartphone revenue. Turns out that seven of the top 10 bestselling handsets last year came from its lineup as well.
MediaTek has finally taken the wraps off its new Dimensity 8100, Dimensity 8000, and Dimensity 1300 5G chipsets. The latter brings marginal improvements over the Dimensity 1200 chip, which powers premium devices like the Vivo X70, Xiaomi 11T, and Realme GT Neo.
Just the Realme GT 2, GT 2 Pro, Book Prime, and Buds Air 3? No, it’s not only devices that Realme launched at at the Mobile World Congress 2022 event in Barcelona, Spain. It introduced its latest quick-charging technology as well.
MediaTek remains the top mobile chipmaker for the fourth and final quarter of 2021, according to market-research firm Counterpoint Research.
Realme continues to empower Filipino gamers and rally the esports community with a variety of gaming partnerships and initiatives the Squad can look forward to this year.
OPPO unveiled its 2021 OPPO Sustainability Report leading up to MWC [Mobile World Congress] 2022. The report highlighted the company’s achievements in integrating sustainability and eco-friendly concepts into its entire product lifecycle as it continues to pursue its brand mission of “Technology for Mankind, Kindness for the World.”
Realme is set to announce the Realme GT 2 and Realme GT 2 Pro at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2022, which kicks off next week in Barcelona, Spain. The phones were previously launched in China back in January.
OPPO today announced a three-year partnership with Swedish camera maker Hasselblad, confirming earlier reports that featured leaked images of its forthcoming flagship phone lineup with a Hasselblad branding at the back.
Internet speeds have been the subject of much discussion in local news, especially with the coronavirus pandemic entering its third year and making remote work and contactless learning the new public norm.
Expect big things from Realme Philippines this year, as it promises to “#DareToLeap higher, further, and stronger.”
What a great 2021 Realme Philippines had, as can be seen in a market-research firm’s most recent data.
Realme, currently the Philippines’ top smartphone brand, will officially launch the DIZO sub-brand in the country, adding to the brand’s TechLife ecosystem and giving consumers more choices when it comes to connected lifestyle devices.
It was earlier this week when Microsoft announced that it has agreed to purchase Activision Blizzard in an all-cash deal worth $68.7 billion. The acquisition sent shockwaves around the globe and will catapult the American tech giant to the top of the gaming scene as the third-largest game publisher in the world, only behind Tencent and Sony. It is easily the biggest in the history of the gaming industry.