Infinix Mobile will launch the Zero 30 5G in the Philippines September 26, following its global debut at the recently concluded 80th Venice International Film Festival.
With the global launch of its latest Zero series smartphone, Infinix Mobile goes after the young set of vloggers and urging the rest to “move beyond selfies and enter a new realm of self-expressive, high-quality, cinematic vlog creation.”
Transsion Holdings, which operates TECNO, Infinix, and Itel in the Philippines, held on to the top spot of the local smartphone-vendor ranking for two consecutive quarters.
Transsion Holdings was recently named one of the top five global smartphone vendors for Q2 2023 by industry analyst Canalys, in large part due to the company’s strong performance in emerging countries, as well as across the African, Latin American, and Middle East markets.
It was only a matter of time. Years after it started selling televisions, Infinix Mobile has finally entered the smart TV market in the Philippines.
The Internet is abuzz with leaks of a gaming-focused Infinix smartphone that’s reportedly launching globally in August.
In the midst of all the Infinix Note 30 VIP, Infinix Note 30 5G, and Infinix Note 30 4G announcements, you might have missed that there’s also another phone from the Transsion Holdings brand that has gone on sale in the Philippines.
Say hello to the most powerful model in the Infinix Note 30 lineup yet!
Yesterday, we reported that the 4G version of the Infinix Note 30 will start from P7,999 (around $144 converted) when it hits local stores later this month, but we didn’t know the exact pricing for the 5G model at the time our article was published.
Infinix Mobile will launch its midrange Note 30 series in the Philippines later this month, on May 30. We previously reported that the series will comprise at least two models, namely the Infinix Note 30 and Infinix Note 30 5G, with the latter likely debuting the MediaTek Dimensity 6080 5G chip on the local market.
Apparently, the Infinix Note 30 5G won’t be the only Note 30 series model that is set to launch in the Philippines soon May 30.
The unannounced successor to the Infinix Note 12 Pro 5G will be making its way to the Philippines soon May 30.
Infinix Mobile has quietly released the Infinix Hot 30 Play in the Philippines, just in time for the brand’s 5.5 online sale event.
Infinix Mobile has a new entry-level smartphone for the local market, but you probably can’t tell just by looking at it.
Market-research firm Canalys’ latest smartphone-vendor ranking report for the Philippine market shows that Realme ended 2022 as the country’s No. 1 manufacturer in the category. Still.
Infinix Mobile Philippines offers its hottest products on sale, bringing up to 15% discount at the upcoming 1.15 Payday Sale on both Shopee and Lazada. The fast-growing smartphone brand offers its wide array of powerful mobiles and laptops, bringing great deals and discounts reaching up to P7,000 — or roughly $127 — off!
Well, this one went under the radar: One more member of Infinix Mobile‘s HOT 20 series has actually gone official in the Philippines.