Itel‘s first 5G smartphone is headed to the Philippines soon. And like the Transsion Holdings brand’s previous offerings, the handset is expected to have an aggressive price tag on the local market.
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.
Transsion Holdings brand Itel’s latest smartphone has arrived in the Philippines.
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.
Need a new Android tablet that won’t break the bank? Itel Mobile, a subsidiary of Chinese firm Transsion Holdings, just might have what you’re looking for.
realme is no longer the Philippines’ top smartphone brand, according to the latest International Data Corporation report.
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.
The kickoff of Realme Philippines’ #realmeWithYou holiday campaign was a special one for the brand. Not only did it launch the Realme 10, it also celebrated its most recent market-performance win.
Samsung, Apple, Xiaomi, OPPO, and Vivo were the top smartphone vendors in the world last quarter, but how about in the Philippines? Did the same manufacturers figured in the most recent local ranking?
Counterpoint Research’s latest tracker puts Samsung ahead of other smartphone vendors in the Philippines. But a report from another market-research firm says otherwise.
From third to first. After ending up in third place in the third quarter of 2020, OPPO Philippines leaped to the No. 1 spot in the local smartphone rankings.
Counterpoint Research’s report for the first quarter of 2018 is in. And it shows an interesting detail.