Antutu Benchmark’s latest global rankings of the best-performing flagship and midrange Android phones have more of the same players as in the past couple of months.
Realme has launched tens of value-for-money devices since its inception, and through the years, continually climbed the smartphone rankings each quarter while offering higher-priced phones with better specs along the way. Two years and countless product announcements later, we have the ultimate Realme phone with us — the Realme X50 Pro 5G, which is being endorsed by Filipina cosplayer Alodia …
We now have a true Realme flagship on the local market. After posting a bunch of teasers leading up to today’s virtual launch event, Realme took the stage to announce the Realme X50 Pro 5G alongside the Realme Watch S and Realme Buds Air Pro in the Philippines.
Be it in the flagship range or the budget market, competition between smartphone OEMs is fiercer than ever. That’s good news for us consumers, because we get better products at more competitive prices out of it.
Qualcomm’s next-flagship chipset is not called Snapdragon 765, as many expected; it’s Snapdragon 888, representing a number considered lucky in China.
Back in August, we reported that Realme Philippines is likely to bring the Realme X50 Pro 5G to the local market through a telco partnership with Smart Communications. This, after spotting a teaser image of the 5G-capable flagship smartphone on Smart’s website.
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.
There’s a new variant of the Realme 7i, which debuted in the Philippines about a month ago with Filipino celebrity Donnalyn Bartolome as its ambassador.
Realme has launched an affordable 5G phone in the Realme 7 5G. Yes, another entry to Realme’s 7 series, but this time around, the focus, as you might have guessed, is 5G.
A Realme 7 is going to be launched soon, but it’s not the Realme 7 that you know — the one that was previously launched in markets like the Philippines.