Samsung once again topped the tablet market in the Philippines in the first quarter of 2023, holding on to the first spot for three consecutive quarters.
The Philippines’ tablet market grew by 40.1% year-on-year and 22.4% quarter-on-quarter in the second quarter of 2022 due to big tenders from local government units and different division offices of the Department of Education, according to the International Data Corporation’s Worldwide Quarterly Personal Computing Device Tracker.
Apple, Samsung, Amazon, Lenovo, and Huawei were the biggest tablet companies in the world in the second quarter of this year. But how about in the Philippines, where the market grew by 40.1% year-on-year and 22.4% quarter-on-quarter as the new school year begins?
All the market-research firms that released local smartphone data were unanimous in saying that Realme was the No. 1 phone brand in the Philippines last quarter. But how about in the tablet category?
Counterpoint has released its report on the performance of smartphone brands in the Philippines last quarter.
Cherry Mobile’s latest smartphone series is now official. The local technology company has announced specs, pricing, and availability for the new Cherry Mobile Flare S8 Plus, Flare S8 Pro, and Flare S8.
Cherry Mobile has teased a member of the Flare S8 series, confirming that the local brand’s next flagship model will bear a pop-up dual-lens system for selfies and video chat and triple rear cameras, for a total of five.
Local brand Cherry Mobile has been leading the Philippine smartphone market for the most part for the past few years, with Samsung not far behind. Until the third quarter of 2018, that is.
Philippine-based smartphone brand Cherry Mobile today formally announced the prices of its new Flare S7 series of devices, including the Flare S7 Deluxe.
After days of teasing, Philippine brand Cherry Mobile has finally revealed the prices of its newest Flare smartphones, 11 days ahead of the series’ October 12 launch.
Ever since teasers of the upcoming Cherry Mobile Flare S7 Plus — for all intents and purposes, the company’s next flagship smartphone — first surfaced, many have wondered how much it will sell for.
Which smartphone brands did well in the Philippines in the second quarter of 2018? What was the local smartphone market like from April to June this year?
Local smartphone brand Cherry Mobile today announced three new devices with Android Oreo (Go edition) for the best Android experience possible on a cheap handset. The Cherry Mobile Flare P3 Plus, Flare P3, and Flare P3 Lite are all priced under P5,000 or about $95, and come with quad-core MediaTek processors, taller displays, and fingerprint readers.
Research firm International Data Corporation has declared Cherry Mobile as the top smartphone vendor by shipment volume in the Philippines in 2017.
True to expectations, ASUS Philippines has officially taken the wraps off the ASUS ZenFone Max Plus (M1).
HERRY Mobile earlier showed off three new smartphones under the Flare series. The Flare S6, S6 Selfie, and S6 Plus, as you probably know by now, made their awaited debut, with a bunch of killer hardware features and a killer price tag to match.
EMEMBER the Cherry Mobile selfie phone that actress Kim Chiu teased in the fifth episode of the Philippine company’s monthly Facebook Live session, The Cherry Mobile Show?
HERRY Mobile earlier announced three new phones under the Flare branding, namely the Cherry Mobile Flare S6, Flare S6 Plus, and Flare S6 Selfie. As expected, all three will come with affordable price tags, and none will cost you more than P10,000 (around $194).
O vendor was able to topple Cherry Mobile from its perch in the second quarter of 2017. It was still the top smartphone vendor in the Philippines, and only one of two local brands that made it to the top 5.
EMEMBER the Cherry Mobile Taiji (click for complete specs), a smartphone-slash-ebook reader that we previewed last year? It’s finally out in stores nationwide.
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