Now, it can be said: There is indeed a Xiaomi 12S series, and it’s the lineup that will debut Xiaomi‘s partnership with Leica. Better yet, it’s coming soon.
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The Philippines is getting a couple of new flagship gaming smartphones next month. The Black Shark 5 and Black Shark 5 Pro will officially go on sale in the country beginning July 2 through offline and online channels.
POCO has unwrapped its latest smartphone powerhouses — what it calls its “flagship all-arounder” and “speed expert” — globally.
It’s not only the Xiaomi Smart Band 7 that will go official in the Philippines on June 27; one of Xiaomi‘s RedmiBook laptops will be launched in the country as well.
Xiaomi Philippines is about to unwrap its newest wearable — the one that just debuted on the global market alongside the Xiaomi Book S 12.4, Electric Scooter 4 Pro, and TV A2 series.
More than two months after it was launched globally, the Redmi Note 11S 5G has finally arrived in the Philippines.
New phone alert: Xiaomi‘s latest Redmi 10A entry-level smartphone is now available in the Philippines, both offline and online.
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Exactly 10 days since it started teasing its next F series phone, POCO finally announces when the device will be launched.
It looks like we are going to see a POCO X series phone soon.
The POCO C40 is scheduled to launch globally June 16. But surprise, surprise! It’s now official in Vietnam.
We’re still waiting for the POCO F4‘s global launch date to be announced, but here’s POCO saying that it will unveil another phone come June 16. Or perhaps it will introduce both on the same date. But we digress.
Popular benchmark app Antutu has released the latest lists of best-performing Android smartphones released in China. As with the April rankings, the report is divided into flagship, sub-flagship, and midrange categories.
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.
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.