Which smartphones ruled the global sales chart in March 2018? Were they the same devices that people bought in February?
Samsung’s entry-level smartphones have been doing well thus far. It’s no wonder then that the Korean manufacturer is beefing up its lineup of more affordable Galaxy models. One of the units that it’s introducing next is the Samsung Galaxy J4, with a blank support page for the phone even up on the company’s Philippine website.
The “To Infinity and more” slogan, the images, both leaked and official… they all point to one thing: The Samsung Galaxy J6 boasts an Infinity display, making it the first smartphone in the J series lineup to get the feature.
Xiaomi calls the Redmi S2 “the best Redmi phone for selfies.” And luckily for consumers in this selfie-crazy country, Xiaomi chose the Philippines as the first market outside of China to launch it, just as we predicted last week.
It’s an interesting time these days in the mobile industry. It seems there are so many good, if acceptable, choices in the entry-level segment that we can barely keep up with everything going on locally and overseas.
Just a few days after OPPO Myanmar posted a TVC teaser for the OPPO F7 Youth on Facebook, we get an invite to the the smartphone’s launch in the Philippines.
We’ve followed the Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ trail since March this year — from the time the two then-unannounced smartphones were spotted on benchmarking site Geekbench until the Korean giant itself revealed their specs early this month. Today, we got some good news for the Philippine market.