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Transsion topples realme as top smartphone brand in PH in Q1

According to research firm IDC, the Philippine smartphone market declined 16.7% quarter over quarter (QoQ) and 11.0% year over year (YoY), shipping 3.5 million units for the first quarter of 2023.

Smartphone market woes continue with 14.6% drop in Q1 of 2023

IDC said consumers are prioritizing travel and entertainment over smartphone purchases and uncertainty still lingers, which is dampening consumer sentiment.

PH smartphone market records biggest annual decline of 8.6% in 2022

Realme maintained the top spot in 2022 by launching several new smartphones in the narzo series to cater to the price-conscious customer.

Smartphone shipments suffer largest decline with 11.3% drop in 2022

2022 ended with shipments of 1.21 billion units, which represents the lowest annual shipment total since 2013 due to significantly dampened consumer demand, inflation, and economic uncertainties.

PH smartphone market down for 5th straight quarter in Q3 — IDC

According to research firm IDC, smartphone shipments in the Philippines declined by 8.0% Quarter-on-Quarter (QoQ) and 6.8% annually, bringing in 3.9 million units in 3Q22.

REVIEW | vivo V25e midrange flagship smartphone  

When it comes to aesthetics, it is undeniable that the vivo V25e looks more expensive than it actually is. This value for design, however, comes with a few tradeoffs: from the mediocre cameras, middling processor performance, and lacklustre display. For P5000 more, performance users should take a look at the standard V25, while content creators should consider the flagship V25 Pro priced at P29,999.  

Global smartphone shipment suffers 5th straight decline in Q3

Except for Apple, all the top vendors suffered year-on-year declines. However, while Samsung and Xiaomi registered single-digit declines, vivo and Oppo continued to suffer high double-digit decreases.

Honor rolls out second wave of products for PH market 

Less than a month after formally making a comeback to the Philippine smartphone market with a flagship offering and three midrange devices, Honor Philippines has already followed up with the mid-premium Honor 70 5G, the Honor Pad 8 tablet, and the entry-level Honor X6.  

Honor all set for PH comeback with launch of new smartphones

Even without access to the ubiquitous Google marketplace, independent China-based tech company Honor says it remains poised to formalize its return to the Philippine market in last quarter of 2022 with the launch of new smartphone models.

PH smartphone market down for 4th straight quarter in Q2, says IDC

Samsung dropped to fourth place, accounting for 11.8% of the smartphone market after the A-series fell 23.9% compared to previous quarter.
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