We’ve been waiting for local information ever since research firms started releasing their first-quarter reports on the global smartphone market. Now, we finally have it, albeit without any analysis.
Antutu has revealed the top-performing global Android phones for March 2021, and the best performer in the rankings is no surprise at all — not to us, at least.
According to IDC’s report, OPPO was the top smartphone vendor in the Philippines in the fourth quarter of 2020. In another market-research firm’s tracker, there was a different No. 1 — but it’s a brand that’s still part of the same conglomerate that owns OPPO.
We knew it was only a matter of time before Samsung‘s most affordable 5G phone in the Philippines is released in the country, because the device’s manual was uploaded to the company’s website April 2.
Here’s another Revü exclusive. After the Samsung Galaxy A32, Galaxy A52, and Galaxy A72, you might be wondering what Samsung Philippines will launch on the market next. But thanks to a couple of listings we found on the Korean company’s official website, we now have an idea of what’s to arrive in the country sooner rather than later.
The most affordable member of Samsung‘s new batch of Galaxy A series phones has arrived in the Philippines earlier than its expected April 9 release in the country.
Another A series phone is scheduled to join the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G and 4G models and Samsung Galaxy A72 4G in the Philippines real soon.
Samsung‘s latest Galaxy A series smartphones are scheduled to be revealed later today at the company’s second Unpacked virtual event of 2021, with the Galaxy A32, Galaxy A52, and Galaxy A72 expected to go official in a few hours. The Korean manufacturer has already soft-launched the Galaxy A32, so we don’t expect any surprises with regard to the latest model.
We’ve lost count of how many times the Samsung Galaxy A52 has leaked out. In fact, it’s already on Samsung Philippines’ website, along with the Galaxy A32 and Galaxy A72. But now, we’re treated to photos of an actual unit of the smartphone.
Which devices made it to Antutu’s latest global rankings of best-performing Android phones?
From third to first. After ending up in third place in the third quarter of 2020, OPPO Philippines leaped to the No. 1 spot in the local smartphone rankings.
Samsung smartphones have long been expected to do well in camera tests. But how does the Korean manufacturer’s latest flagship fare in the rankings?
We recently reported that Samsung Philippines will release the 4G variants of the Galaxy A32, Galaxy A52, and Galaxy A72 here. The South Korean manufacturer will also release the 5G models of the Samsung Galaxy A32 and Samsung Galaxy A52 locally, as we found out earlier today by scanning the company’s official website.
Or the alleged specs and prices of the Samsung smartphone’s 5G and 4G models, at least. But the source, Roland Quandt of Germany’s WinFuture, is someone who has a great track record when it comes to technology leaks, so we’re sharing with you what he has revealed.
A heads-up: The Samsung Galaxy A32, Galaxy A52, and Galaxy A72 are all probably headed to the Philippines soon, as hinted at by the listings we at Revü spotted on the Korean company’s local website.
Apple led the global smartphone market in the last quarter of 2020 — that much we know by now, as we reported here around three weeks ago. But how about in our region? What was the market like?
Launched in January 2020, the Samsung Galaxy A71 is due for an update. And with the stream of leaks about its successor that we currently see, the Samsung Galaxy A72 4G could should be launched soon.
Six days after it published last month’s list of best-performing midrange and flagship Android smartphones released in China, Antutu has revealed the global rankings.
The upcoming Galaxy A52 5G is one of the most highly anticipated midrange phones from Samsung, all thanks to its rumored features. It’s expected to launch in the first half of 2021 — or maybe even sooner.
As we at Revü had predicted, Apple clawed its way to the top to become the largest smartphone company in the fourth quarter of 2020 — with or without a charger in the box. This is based on the latest reports of market-research firms International Data Corporation and Canalys.