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Watch: “Dead” PH Phone Brands: What Happened?




All Filipinos are pretty much in the know when it comes to consumer technology, smartphone to be exact.  I mean who, in this age, is not driven by social media and streaming platforms? With that in mind, it isn’t surprising to see lots of Pinoy smartphone brands emerging over the years.

The question is: Where are they? Are they all DEAD?

 



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14 Responses

  1. RCB says:

    u forgot one brand — O+

  2. cruizer says:

    they’re not really made in PH anyway. not even designed in PH…

    • daxzhi says:

      it was mentioned that those phones were made in china and its just for these companies to put their brand to it thus that is why there were similarities with other brands.

  3. david says:

    its all because they dont value design. all the phones looks cheap.

  4. jobert_sucaldito says:

    Cherry Mobile is still alive, compared to O+, myphone, torque. Although naghihingalo na din ang cherry mobile, how can they compete with Huawei/Honor, Xiaomi/Redmi, Vivo/Oppo/Realme/OnePlus?

  5. mark says:

    yugatech ?halata masyado na basher ka ng cherry mobile no ? buhay na buhay ang cherry mobile .may 6000mah na battery nga ng cp nila eh ?

  6. Dadurs says:

    I don’t want to be mean or anything but this girl is just unbearable to watch. Poor diction, and bad engagement with the supposed audience. Interesting topic but closed as soon as I heard her voice. No offense really and nothing personal.

    • gftgt says:

      Agree, dapat nag Filipino na lang siya with subtitles instead of english since Filipino naman yung target audience.

    • gftgt says:

      Agree, dapat nag Filipino na lang siya with English subtitles instead of english since Filipino naman yung target audience.

  7. Allan says:

    Wow. The write up in this article should really have had more proofreading and editing. That was difficult to read.

  8. Allan says:

    “Who doesn’t in this age is not…” seriously, this phrase alone is unbearable. Who’s the editor for this? Also, I don’t ALL Filipinos are in the know, especially when it comes to smartphones. In this economy?! That sort of generalization is really elitist. As I said before, this definitely could have been worded better.

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