Remember this speed test done on Globe Telecom’s 5G network in June at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City?
For the first time in nine years, a brand that’s not Samsung or Apple has been crowned the top smartphone vendor worldwide.
5G is currently one of the biggest buzzwords in the industry. And rightfully so. Seriously, who wouldn’t want faster mobile internet, faster downloads, and less lag when playing online games with other people?
OPPO flexes its muscles as it launches technologies in an area it has been known to dominate since 2014, when it introduced VOOC Flash Charge in 2014.
If a report out of China is correct, then the gaming-laptop space could get more exciting sooner than we think.
Worldwide, Realme came out as the fastest-growing smartphone brand in the first quarter of 2020 with a 157% year-over-year increase. But apparently, that’s not the only feather in its cap so far this year.
At home, our fiber connection hits between 80Mbps and 100Mbps. We’d be perfectly okay with that… if only it were stable. But we digress.
Eighty-six percent of smartphones shipped worldwide in the first quarter of 2020 were Android devices. And the top six models of the 86%? They were all from two manufacturers.
Android is, by far, the most popular operating system, running on 2.5 billion devices and more than 80% of smartphones around the world. It’s also pretty much synonymous with American tech giant Google, which bought Android in 2005.
The world’s top three biggest smartphone companies all make their own mobile chipsets.