Technology market analyst firm Canalys has released the top smartphone vendors in the Philippines for the third quarter of 2022. The rankings are based on sell-in shipments from July to September.

Still undefeated on the top spot is Realme, which enjoys 19% of the unit share despite suffering a -28% annual growth. In Q2 2022, Realme had a higher 20% unit share, albeit also suffered a -21% yearly decline.

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The biggest gainer is vivo, which jumped to second place from being not in the top 5 list at all last quarter. It managed to pull an annual growth of +88% and take 17% of the unit share.

OPPO also stayed in the third spot, albeit also suffering a negative annual growth of -15%. They own 16% of the units shipped during that quarter.

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Transsion, the folks behind TECNO Mobile and Infinix, fell hard at the fourth spot from being on the second. Still, it’s one with the highest recorded annual growth at +79%.

Finally, the fifth spot is still owned by Samsung, which owns 13% of the units shipped in the Philippines.

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Xiaomi has fallen off the list and may have taken the sixth or seventh spot. Meanwhile, HONOR just made a comeback and should also climb up the list soon.



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