At about the same time recently, several of my Facebook friends working at OPPO Philippines updated their profile pictures with a Reno 5 frame, suggesting that the Reno 4‘s successor will be officially launching in the country soon.
Just a day after Vivo announced the X60 Pro Plus’ January 21 launch date in China, the company’s local arm teased the X60 lineup’s arrival in the Philippines. According to Vivo Philippines’ latest post on social media, the Vivo X60 series is “coming soon.”
Just two days ago, Samsung launched its most affordable 5G phone yet. Earlier, a listing was spotted on Geekbench indicating that the said device will have a 4G version.
The Vivo X60 and X60 Pro recently broke cover as one of the last devices to launch in 2020. Vivo also confirmed its latest flagship series for the Philippine market, though no date has been set for its announcement.
Though quite late to the party, the Lenovo S5 Pro launched in the Philippines last year with a compelling P6,990 (around $146 converted) price tag, making it one of the most affordable Snapdragon 600 series-based devices to arrive in the country.
It was only a matter of time before smartphones using Qualcomm’s first 5G chip for the masses flood the market.
After months of being in the rumor mill, Samsung‘s first flagship offerings for 2021 have finally been launched. There are three 5G phones unpacked in the new Galaxy S21 series — the Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and Galaxy S21 Ultra, the biggest and most premium model of the trio.
HMD Global’s first 2021 offering for the Philippine market happens to be the lowest-priced Nokia 4G smartphone yet.
Earlier today, OPPO posted on Chinese social media platform Weibo a status that indicates we could be seeing the company’s next flagship phone in March.
Infinix Mobile Philippines kicks off 2021 with the launch of a smartphone that was announced globally in the fourth quarter of 2020.