The overall global smartphone market may have declined for the sixth consecutive quarter from January to March in 2019, but that did not stop three companies from bucking the downward trend.
Better be safe than sorry. Today, Samsung Electronics has finally issued a statement in response to problems hounding its foldable smartphone.
Huawei Philippines has just made a killing with sales of its latest flagship smartphones. Or it seems like it.
Another once-great phone brand is virtually staring at extinction if it doesn’t shape up soon. Following reports of Sony chairman Hirai Kazua retiring and the company’s mobile division restructuring and being absorbed by its TV, audio, and camera businesses, a new report from Japan claims that Sony’s smartphone workforce will be reduced by half by March next year.
They may be competitors, but what some people don’t know is that smartphone manufacturers also rely on each other to survive.
At the Qualcomm booth at Fira Barcelona Gran Via, the venue of MWC 2019 in Spain, OPPO showed off some particularly exciting possibilities that super-fast 5G networks might bring customers.
Realme Philippines already has many partner stores nationwide, but it doesn’t have any of its own just yet. Well, that’s going to change soon.
It was only a matter of time. With other smartphone brands launching sub-brands these days, we were wondering when Vivo would do just that. Well, we finally got our answer today. It has introduced iQOO on China’s Weibo.
It’s only been a little over nine months since Honor returned to the Philippines. But guess what? Soon, it’s going to be present in 16 more malls nationwide, bringing the total number of official Honor branches to 40.
Two more Authorized Mi Stores are set to open their doors in the Philippines this year, which will bring the total number of official physical Xiaomi shops in the country to eight.