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.
It’s not only the Realme GT Neo 3 Naruto Edition that debuted in China today, May 26. Realme also introduced its first 5G-enabled tablet.
As promised, Realme today announced the Realme Pad X, a gaming-capable tablet equipped with a 2K display and a Snapdragon 695 5G chipset, and the Realme GT Neo 3 Naruto edition in China. Earlier this year, the tech-lifestyle brand — which currently ranks among the top smartphone brands in the world and first in the Philippines in terms of smartphone sales — unveiled the Dragon Ball-themed GT Neo 2.
You might recall that the POCO F4 GT launched globally back in April as the rebranded Redmi K50 Gaming. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1-based smartphone carries a suggested retail price of P27,590 (around $527) in the Philippines, making it one of the most affordable devices powered by Qualcomm’s flagship-level 5G chipset.
When we at Revü recently spotted Samsung’s latest M series 5G phone’s price for the Philippine marke, the device wasn’t for sale yet. Now, it’s already available.
And then there’s 8. OPPO today debuted the Reno8 series in China.
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.
Xiaomi‘s 2021 flagships, still more powerful than most of the phones on the market today, just got a price cut in the Philippines.
A week ago, we at Revü spotted the Tecno POVA 3 on the brand’s official store on Lazada Philippines. Too bad there was no price listed at the time yet. That changes today.
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The wait is over. The Realme C35, Realme‘s latest entry-level smartphone and the latest addition to its bestselling C series, is now available in the Philippines.
The latest Narzo 50 series models were offered on Realme‘s global online store alongside the Realme GT 2 Pro in March. But tomorrow, May 18, they will finally — and officially — land in the Philippines.
Almost two weeks after we spotted the Samsung Galaxy M53 5G on Samsung Philippines’ site, it’s finally up on Shopee Philippines.
So it’s not only the OPPO Pad Air that will be launched in China next week; new Reno lineup phones will go official as well.
Realme Philippines’ first C series phones in barely five months is confirmed to launch a few days from now, more than a week after we at Revü spotted it on an e-commerce platform.
Not too long ago, Tecno Mobile launched its first 5G smartphone in the Philippines, with the Tecno POVA 5G debuting with a P12,990 (around $248) price tag back in February.
Owners of non-Google Pixel devices will finally get to see for themselves what to expect from Android 13 with yesterday’s rollout of the software’s second beta.
Sony today announced two new smartphones under its Xperia smartphone line, with the Sony Xperia 1 IV leading the way as the Japanese manufacturer’s latest flagship offering. The midrange Sony Xperia 10 IV also made its global debut, bringing some notable changes under the hood compared with the third-generation model.