Infinix is Now The Top 3 Smartphone Brand in the Philippines With A Whopping 320% Sales Growth

International smartphone brand Infinix continues to impress with its stellar Philippine market performance in 2022.

The hotshot mobile technology company sold an incredible 507,945 devices and got a whopping 320% growth year-on-year in the Philippine market in the second quarter of 2022, based on rankings released by trusted global analytics firm International Data Corporation for the said period.

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Infinix Hot 10s is one of the best-selling smartphones by Infinix here in the Philippines.

These amazing figures put Infinix at the number 3 position in terms of market share in the country at 12.1%.

Infinix now also ranks #3 in terms of overall smartphone shipment and as it stands, the brand's contributions have helped its parent company Transsion Holdings achieve the #2 ranking in the Philippines. Transsion has two other smartphone brands in the Philippines, namely, TECNO and itel.

Infinix’s impressive sales figures have been largely driven by the highly popular Infinix NOTE 12. The NOTE 12 is a powerful yet affordable gaming smartphone that packs a MediaTek Helio G96 Ultra Gaming Processor and up to 13GB Extended RAM memory that delivers smooth performance and enjoyable gameplay. These features made the Infinix NOTE 12 a hit among Filipinos who are heavily into mobile gaming.

Infinix is also taking everyone's gaming experience a notch higher with the announcement of the NOTE 12 PRO 5G, revealed at the recent PUBG Mobile Infinix Cup. The Infinix NOTE 12 PRO 5G, which is an addition to the NOTE 12 Series, will be available in the Philippines later this year.

Infinix Mobile Philippines invites consumers to experience the power of the Infinix NOTE 12 in their hands. The NOTE 12 is available in Force Black, Sapphire Blue, and Snowfall in 128GB and 256GB for PHP 8,999 and PHP 9,999, respectively at Infinix stores nationwide and online via Shopee and Lazada.

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