Will Samsung launch its most affordable 5G phone in the Philippines soon? It certainly looks like it.
Diablo Immortal, the much-hyped, much-anticipated action RPG for mobile devices and PCs, is out now in the West and certain markets in Asia, including Korea. And though the game is not yet available in the Philippines — it has been delayed to June 23 in Southeast Asia — the latest Diablo title has received tremendous buzz since its global release.
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.
Counterpoint Research has released its latest analysis on the Philippine smartphone market, and with it, the top 5 brands in the category from January to March this year.
When we at Revü recently spotted Samsung’s latest M series 5G phone’s price for the Philippine marke, the device wasn’t for sale yet. Now, it’s already available.
Almost two weeks after we spotted the Samsung Galaxy M53 5G on Samsung Philippines’ site, it’s finally up on Shopee Philippines.
The next Galaxy M series phone that’s arriving in the Philippines after the M33 5G and M23 5G seems to be the Samsung Galaxy M53 5G.
Market-research firm Canalys’ latest quarterly report on the global smartphone market is in. Based on the preliminary estimates for the first quarter of 2022, Samsung remained king of the hill, with a 24% share of the worldwide market, while the rest of the top five were composed of the same brands, in the same order as last year’s January to March ranking.
Benchmark app Antutu has finally posted the global list of Android smartphones that performed the best on its platform for the month of March.
This is not an April Fools’ Day joke: We at Revü have discovered that the Samsung Galaxy A23 LTE has silently been rolled out to stores in the Philippines.
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Exactly two weeks after we at Revü spotted them on Samsung Philippines’ website, we finally have the respective prices of the company’s new 5G-ready M series phones.
Samsung has unveiled its latest Galaxy A series for international markets, including the Philippines. Made for the younger generation, the Galaxy A family now comprises the Galaxy A73 5G, Galaxy A53 5G, and Galaxy A33 5G.
Samsung will launch its latest Galaxy A series phones on March 17. But what will the South Korean manufacturer actually unveil next week?
It may not be 2021’s biggest smartphone vendor, but it captured 44% of the global smartphone revenue. Turns out that seven of the top 10 bestselling handsets last year came from its lineup as well.
Remember the two Galaxy M series phones that Samsung listed on its site for the press a few days ago? They’re coming to the Philippines.
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MediaTek remains the top mobile chipmaker for the fourth and final quarter of 2021, according to market-research firm Counterpoint Research.
Finally. One of the most-talked-about mobile lineup in the rumor mill is official. Samsung has rolled out the red carpet for its latest Galaxy S22 series at its Galaxy Unpacked 2022 launch event.
What a great 2021 Realme Philippines had, as can be seen in a market-research firm’s most recent data.