Local retail chain MemoXpress — one of the largest in the country, with multiple branches nationwide — has just released its overall list of the 10 best-selling phones in the Philippines for the week of March 2 to March 8.
Antutu Benchmark has just released its most recent global lists of best-performing Android smartphones for the flagship and midrange categories.
The Realme C3, the company’s latest entry-level smartphone, was launched in the Philippines for P5,990, or roughly $118.
Realme is at it again. Just weeks after launching the 5i in the Philippines, the former OPPO sub-brand has announced the C3, a new budget contender with a never-before-seen chipset and (again) a disruptive price tag.
It boasts never-before-seen features in its price point. Yet in the Philippines, the fastest-growing smartphone brand in the world has priced it at only P5,990 (around $118).
The new Realme C3 is set to launch in the Philippines on March 5, and, as we mentioned in a previous article, we expect to see the non-Indian version of the phone with triple rear cameras and a fingerprint sensor make its debut in the country.
There’s a new Realme budget phone that will be released in the Philippines soon, and you may want to wait for it.
In separate posts on social media, Realme has confirmed the Realme 6 series is launching soon. The upcoming Android smartphone lineup will likely include the Realme 6i, Realme 6, and Realme 6 Pro.
There’s a new Realme flagship for the global market. The former OPPO sub-brand has announced the Realme X50 Pro 5G at simultaneous events in India and Spain.
Last month, a Realme device with model number RMX2071 — believed to be the Realme X50 Pro 5G — has been spotted with a benchmark score of 574,985 in Antutu version 8. That’s the highest rating we’ve seen… until now, that is.
As expected, Realme has launched a different variant of the Realme C3 budget phone in Thailand and Indonesia, although both versions are nearly identical in design and specifications.
The Realme X50 Pro 5G phone was supposed to launch at the Mobile World Congress or MWC 2020 in Barcelona, Spain, along with several other notable devices from the industry’s biggest players.
The Realme X50 Pro 5G is not even official yet, but it seems that there are indeed already other Realme smartphones on the horizon. They come from the brand’s more affordable line, though.
Realme is scheduled to announce its latest flagship smartphone — the Realme X50 Pro 5G — on February 24 at the upcoming Mobile World Congress or MWC 2020 in Barcelona, Spain. It will be the company’s second 5G phone after the Realme X50 5G, which was released earlier this year in China.
Global research firm Canalys has published its latest shipment estimates for the Philippine market. As expected, China-based companies Huawei, Vivo, OPPO, and Realme dominated the domestic smartphone industry, while South Korea’s Samsung was the only non-Chinese brand in the top five of the results last quarter.
Two days after revealing that there is indeed a Realme X50 Pro 5G model, the former OPPO sub-brand has shared another good news on Chinese social media platform Weibo.
As expected, Realme has launched a new budget smartphone for the Indian market. The Realme C3 is now official, and introduces some never-before-seen features in its price point.
We’ve known for a while that Realme is going to be present at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. Now, at least the company itself has announced on social media that it will be holding its first global launch at MWC 2020. Well, more like “tease.”
The debut of the Realme C2‘s successor is just around the corner. The Realme C3 is scheduled to launch in India February 6, and it could be announced for other markets, including the Philippines, a month or two after.
Priced at P6,990, or around $138 converted, the Realme 5i with 3GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage is now available for purchase in the Philippines. You can choose from either Aqua Blue or Forest Green color variant.