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REVIEW | Three things we like about the realme 12 5G

Priced at P14,999, the realme 12 5G strikes a compelling balance between features and affordability.

New gaming device nubia Neo 2 5G debuts in PH at P9,999

nubia Philippines has launched in the country the newest variant of the nubia Neo series -- the nubia Neo 2 5G, which succeeds the nubia Neo 5G.

FIRST IMPRESSIONS | OnePlus 12R smartphone

The OnePlus 12R is a credible proof that this brand is indeed serious on its attempt to take a slice of the high-end market dominated by the likes of Apple and Samsung.

FIRST IMPRESSIONS | realme 12 5G smartphone

There’s a reason why realme is the second-biggest, if not the top-selling, smartphone brand in the Philippines. Somehow, it has been able to hit that sweet spot between innovativeness and affordability.

OnePlus 12R smartphone launches in PH at P43,990

Smartphone brand OnePlus has announced the arrival of the OnePlus 12R in the Philippines, which offers users a seamless combination of speed and performance as well a flagship experience.

PH smartphone market recovers in 2023 after 2 years of decline

Transsion took the top spot, growing 98.3% annually and accounting for over one-third of total shipments in 2023 as the company reached a new high with all three sub-brands positioned in the ultra low-end segment.

Samsung’s new flagship Galaxy S24 series heavy on AI

For this year’s update of its flagship smartphone models, tech titan Samsung has chosen to focus more on software, particularly AI, rather than on hardware upgrades which it has done in the past.

Apple grabs top spot in smartphone market in 2023

A sort of shifting of power at the top of the largest consumer electronics market was driven by an all-time high market share for Apple and a first time at the top.

Global smartphone shipments on track for recovery with slight decline in Q3

Worldwide smartphone shipments declined 0.1% year over year to 302.8 million units in the third quarter of 2023 (3Q23), according to research firm IDC.

PH smartphone shipments drop by 2% in 2nd quarter of 2023

Transsion, whose brands include Tecno and Inifinix, took a sizeable lead, accounting for 38% of total shipments in 2Q23 and retaining the top spot for two consecutive quarters.
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