Qualcomm’s next-flagship chipset is not called Snapdragon 765, as many expected; it’s Snapdragon 888, representing a number considered lucky in China.
Earlier this month, we at Revü shared an exclusive on research firm Canalys’ latest quarterly findings on the Philippine smartphone market, where we saw Realme took the top spot in the third quarter of 2020.
OPPO has launched the OPPO Reno 4 Z 5G in the Philippines as the brand’s most affordable 5G phone next to the Find X2 Pro.
Earlier today, OPPO hosted its annual INNO Day event, where the technology company unveiled its latest concept products as its vision of an integrated future, including a smartphone with a rollable screen and AR glasses, both of which were hinted at by an official teaser poster.
The biggest sale of the year happens on November 11. And OPPO Philippines is getting in on the action by offering discounts on select devices on ecommerce sites Shopee and Lazada.
One market-research firm’s most recent report on the local smartphone market is in, and we’re basically seeing the same players in the rankings as the last time — only their spots changed.
Samsung may be at the top of the smartphone rankings, but it’s a different case for its mobile application processor, based on market-research firm Counterpoint’s report.
Apple, Huawei, and Samsung. Recently, we see these three smartphone vendors slug it out at the top in the quarterly global rankings. But the third quarter of 2020 is different, according to market-research firm Canalys.
So while checking the Philippine telcos’ respective online stores to find out more about their postpaid plans for the newly launched OPPO Reno 4 Z 5G, we stumbled upon something else.
There have been many exciting stories in October, but this certainly is one of the most exciting developments this month. OPPO Philippines has revealed that it’s bringing the OPPO Reno 4 Z 5G, making it the first-ever MediaTek Dimensity smartphone in the country.