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.
You might recall that the POCO F4 GT launched globally back in April as the rebranded Redmi K50 Gaming. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1-based smartphone carries a suggested retail price of P27,590 (around $527) in the Philippines, making it one of the most affordable devices powered by Qualcomm’s flagship-level 5G chipset.
The rumor mill turns out to be right. Xiaomi, long reported to have partnered with Leica, today confirmed it has “reached a global strategic partnership in mobile imaging” with the German camera and optics manufacturer.
Xiaomi‘s 2021 flagships, still more powerful than most of the phones on the market today, just got a price cut in the Philippines.
Owners of non-Google Pixel devices will finally get to see for themselves what to expect from Android 13 with yesterday’s rollout of the software’s second beta.
A Xiaomi flagship powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chipset is apparently in the works. The device in question, rumored to be the Xiaomi 12S Pro, has been spotted on the Mi code with the code name “damuier” by Xiaomiui.
Antutu has published its latest performance rankings in China for April 2022, featuring the best-performing phones in the flagship, sub-flagship, and midrange categories.
In addition to introducing the POCO F4 GT, which is essentially a rebranded Redmi K50 Gaming and starts at P27,590 (around $529) in the Philippines, POCO also recently launched its first smartwatch and the POCO Buds Pro Genshin Impact Edition.
A tweaked Redmi K50 Gaming has gone global, launching outside China as the POCO F4 GT.
Good news, POCO fans: The POCO F4 GT, which is set to make its global debut on April 26, will be officially sold in the Philippines. This is according to the listings we found online.
The world’s No. 3 smartphone vendor will introduce a Redmi phone to the Philippine market.
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.
We’re getting a new POCO phone barely two months after the global launch of the POCO X4 Pro 5G and POCO M4 Pro 4G.
Benchmark app Antutu has finally posted the global list of Android smartphones that performed the best on its platform for the month of March.
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Xiaomi hasn’t given us time to take a breather. Here’s the company once again launching new smartphones, less than a week after the Xiaomi 12 and Xiaomi 12 Pro global announcement.
It’s not only the Xiaomi 12 series that got launched in the Philippines today, March 23. Four wearable devices and a vacuum cleaner became official, too.
Xiaomi has unleashed its Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1-powered phones in the Philippines, offering devices that are masters in content creation and productivity, among others.
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