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Top 5 Smartphone Brands in PH in Q3 2022 – Canalys

Starting real me The #realmeWithYou holiday campaign in the Philippines was a special campaign for the brand. Not only did you launch a file realme 10also celebrated its latest market performance win.

The latest news comes from market research firm Canalys, which puts Realme at the top of the rankings of domestic smartphone sellers in the third quarter of 2022. The latter has captured 19% of the market. However, it also saw the largest drop in annual growth among the top five on the list.

Enjoyed the largest year-on-year increase of 88% last quarter vivowhich captured 17% of the market. It was the only brand that moved up the rankings – from fifth place in the second quarter of this year to second place from July to September.

Top 5 Smartphone Brands in Philippines in Q3 2022 According to Canalys via Revu
Top 5 Smartphone Brands in the Philippines in Q3 2022, According to Canalys

The only other seller that grew from the previous year was Transsion, the holding company for Infinix MobileAnd the techno mobileAnd the phone. It ranked fourth in the Philippines with a unit share of 16%. Infinix was Transsion’s best consistent performer at recent days. However, Canalys has not released details of shipping numbers for each of the three brands at the time of writing this article.

It ranked third with a market share of 16% Oppo, another brand of the multinational group BBK Electronics such as Realme and Vivo. The list of the top five smartphone vendors in the Philippines has been rounded up Samsung. Worldwide, the South Korean tech giant has shipped 64.1 million smartphones outperforming other manufacturers.

in This is the global reportCanalys analyst Sanyam Chaurasia said the Philippines – along with India and India – helped the Asia-Pacific region stabilize its performance in the third quarter of 2022, when worldwide smartphone shipments fell 9% year-on-year to 297.8 million units.


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Editor in Chief: Alora Uy Guerrero has 19 years of experience as an editor for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. I took time off from the press to manage OPPO’s digital marketing campaigns. When she’s not busy with her kids, she’s working on Revü, a passion project—or perhaps traveling or acquiring her favorite music bands, movies, TV shows, and basketball teams.