Realme is still the #1 smartphone brand in the Philippines. Sell-in shipment estimates show that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is the top smartphone vendor in the country during the second quarter of 2022.

According to market analyst firm Canalys, Realme managed to carve out a 20-percent unit share and climb to the top spot (though the company never lost the title based on local data from IDC), despite seeing a 21-percent year-on-year decline.

Transsion (Infinix and TECNO) moved down to the second slot with a unit share of 17 percent, even though it enjoyed a significant annual growth at 202 percent.

In third place is OPPO at 16 percent unit share. Xiaomi took the fourth spot at 15 percent share and a slight annual growth of one percent.

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Samsung finished fifth during the quarter with a 14-percent unit share and 14-percent year-on-year growth.

However, the South Korean tech giant remains the worldwide leading smartphone brand. Q2 2022 global data from Canalys saw Samsung taking a 21-percent market share, which is up three percent from the same quarter in 2021.

Worldwide smartphone shipments suffered a 9-percent year-on-year decrease in Q2 2022.



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