More than two weeks ago, we reported that the update to the Samsung’s 5G-ready A52 phone is already on the Korean company’s Philippine site. Today, September 17, we at Revü Philippines found out it has finally gone on sale in the country.
Expect smartphones equipped with 200-megapixel camera sensors to launch in the coming months.
Guess what? We just spotted the support page of Samsung‘s new Qualcomm Snapdragon 778 5G phone on the company’s Philippines website, indicating that the unit is launching in the country soon.
Two days ago, we reported that the listing of the Samsung Galaxy A03s is already up on the company’s Philippine online store. We had no idea of its price back then. But some members of the sales team have finally started posting about the phone.
Many of the handsets launched by major manufacturers these days are 5G-ready — with the cost of owning one getting lower and lower.
Just this week, Samsung announced a new entry-level A series smartphone in the dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy A03s. And guess what? We can confirm that it will be available in the Philippines soon.
There’s a new 5G-capable Samsung smartphone in town. The Korean manufacturer today announced the Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G, expanding its Galaxy A series lineup with another phone that can connect to super-fast 5G networks.
If the Nubia RedMagic 6 gaming phone and Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G ruled the global Antutu charts in June 2021, which models made it to the latest best-performing Android smartphone rankings?
The technology scene’s worst-kept secrets are finally out. Samsung today hit the refresh button on its foldable lineup, announcing two new smartphones “built with the craftsmanship and flagship innovations Samsung users have come to expect” during its latest Galaxy Unpacked event.
Canalys’ latest quarterly report on the Philippine smartphone market is in, and we’re basically seeing the same players in the April to June 2021 ranking.
There’s always a first time. And for one company, it’s likely a motivation to do even better.
Finally, the global equivalent of the June 2021 rankings Antutu Benchmark published on July 3 are now up.
The most affordable 5G Galaxy phone in the Philippines will be joined by its 4G sibling soon.
Tonight, the listing for Samsung’s most affordable 5G phone, the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G, has finally gone live on the Korean company’s online store in the Philippines and at its brand shop on Lazada.
A Taiwanese company is still the biggest smartphone chip maker in the world.
And they’re up. Benchmarking platform Antutu has finally released May’s best-performing flagship and midrange Android phones globally.
Samsung has introduced a 5G phone that’s more affordable than the P15,990 (around $335 converted) Samsung Galaxy A32 5G.
Just a few days after we reported that the Samsung Galaxy A02 is already being sold in the Philippines, two smartphones from its online-exclusive lineup have gone on sale in the country.
Three of the Galaxy smartphones whose support pages we at Revü spotted months ago are finally listed on Samsung Philippines’ online store.
Today, May 12, Samsung Philippines’ cheapest 5G phone yet has finally appeared on its online store, a little over a month after it was offered through postpaid.