5G is currently being rolled out in strategic areas in the Philippines. In fact, just a few days ago, we did a speed test on the OPPO Reno 4 Z 5G in Rizal. Globe Telecom, the pioneer in 5G service in the country, has also shared some good news with us.
Last week, it was reported that Huawei was close to completing a deal that would offload its Honor business to a state-owned consortium led by phone distributor Digital China and the Shenzhen government. Now, it’s official: Huawei has sold its Honor brand.
The year’s biggest online sale is over, and in come the reports on the bestselling mobile devices on two of the largest ecommerce sites in the Philippines.
Huawei‘s smartphone business is still in a pickle amid a trade dispute between the United States and China, which has left one of the world’s largest smartphone vendors without access to global chip suppliers, for one.
One market-research firm’s most recent report on the local smartphone market is in, and we’re basically seeing the same players in the rankings as the last time — only their spots changed.
Samsung may be at the top of the smartphone rankings, but it’s a different case for its mobile application processor, based on market-research firm Counterpoint’s report.
Huawei being caught in the middle of a trade war between the United States and China has effectively left one of the biggest smartphone vendors in the world without a software partner in Google and global chip suppliers.
Apple, Huawei, and Samsung. Recently, we see these three smartphone vendors slug it out at the top in the quarterly global rankings. But the third quarter of 2020 is different, according to market-research firm Canalys.
Almost 24 million students are currently enrolled in public and private schools nationwide, more than the Department of Education’s target for this school year.
There’s a new telco in town, and it happens to be the Philippines’ first fully digital one.