Which smartphone vendors performed well enough in the Philippines to get into the top 5 ranking for 2023?
While Canalys hasn’t released any recent data on the Philippine smartphone market, the market-research firm’s Q4 2023 estimates for the Asia-Pacific region, excluding Greater China, have surfaced.
Kicking off the new year with a bang, Infinix Mobility has officially launched the Infinix HOT 40 Series Free Fire Limited Edition in the Philippines, available exclusively on Shopee. This falls in line with the company’s previous marketing efforts involving smartphone tie-ins with popular mobile-game IPs.
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Another member of the Hot 40 series has joined the Infinix Hot 40i in the Philippines.
One of the newly announced Hot 40 series models is now available for purchase in the Philippines.
There’s no sign of the newly announced Infinix Hot 40 series on any of Infinix Mobile Philippines’ shopping platforms yet. In Nigeria, though, the brand has already released the lineup.
The 4G version of the Infinix ZERO 30, which debuted barely a month ago, has become official in the Philippines.
Infinix Mobile will officially announce the successor to the Infinix Hot 30, the Infinix Hot 40, in Africa on December 9.
Counterpoint Research‘s most recent report on the Southeast Asian smartphone market shows how the brands ranked in the third quarter of 2023. And one of the insights likewise reveals the vendor that topped the Philippine market.
The successor to the Infinix SMART 7 has arrived in the Philippines.
The smartphone Infinix Mobile debuted in Venice, Italy, now has a more affordable version.
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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.