Doha, Qatar: The Philippines has been hit hard by the Zika virus pandemic, which has left the country’s economy in a state of disarray.

As of April 3, the Philippines has reported 2,865 confirmed Zika cases and 8,000 deaths.

While some may be eager to buy an iPhone 6s or iPhone 7, most Filipinos are now sticking with Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge.

The company has been offering a slew of new smartphones this year that will cost just US$1,299 or less, as long as they are in the Philippines.

Samsung announced the Galaxy S8 and S8+ on April 2, bringing the price down to US$2,000 and US$869 respectively.

The S8 is the cheapest Samsung Galaxy to date.

But the S8 Plus is now available, with a price tag of US$5,199, and offers similar features as the S7 Plus.

Samsung is also offering the Galaxy X and X+ in China and the US.

And, according to Samsung, its latest Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones are “the most advanced smartphones available” in the region.

It is a smart move on Samsung’s part, as the company is targeting a global audience for its Galaxy devices.

But it is also a move to be applauded by those who are not so fond of Samsung products.

The iPhone 6 is a popular choice among consumers who prefer to stick with cheaper models from Apple.

The iPhone 6 and 6s are also popular choices among consumers of other Chinese brands.

And the Samsung Galaxy line is a more popular choice of Chinese manufacturers than Apple’s iPhone.

The Korean company also has its handsets in the hands of some of the world’s biggest companies including Facebook, Uber, Apple, and Google.

The Galaxy S line has been one of the best-selling smartphones in the world since the Galaxy line began in 2014.

But this is the first time that the company has offered a Galaxy S6 for a low price.

This is a good move for Samsung, as it is looking to build up its global brand and build its image as a leading manufacturer of premium smartphones.

It is also important for Samsung because it is currently the only smartphone manufacturer that is not in the top 10 brands in the global smartphone market, according the market research firm IDC.

In fact, Samsung has been the second-most popular brand in the Asia Pacific region.

The only other brand that is ranked higher is Huawei.

But Samsung has a big problem: It has not been able to build a large following.

The Samsung Galaxy series was launched in 2017, and was one of Samsung’s most successful products.

But in the past few years, Samsung’s brand has been suffering from various problems.

For example, the Galaxy Note line has suffered from several issues and is now in the process of being phased out.

The Galaxy S5, which launched in 2016, was also a very successful smartphone, but was followed by the Galaxy Tab S2, which was not able to compete with Apple’s iPhones in terms of quality.

As of April 1, Samsung had sold more than 1.7 billion Galaxy S devices worldwide.

Samsung’s smartphone sales in the US were about 70 million units.

The smartphone market in the Middle East was also much smaller.

So it makes sense that Samsung would want to capitalize on the situation and launch a new flagship smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy 7 is the company’s most recent phone to be launched in the country.

The company is expected to release a new Galaxy flagship smartphone this year.

The flagship phone will be the Galaxy 10, which is the name of the device that is currently in development.

The new Galaxy 10 will have a 6.5-inch display with a 4K resolution, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, a 5.5MP rear camera, a 13MP front camera, and a 16GB of storage.

The phone will come in two variants: the Galaxy 11 and Galaxy 10s.

The first variant is priced at US$7,299, while the second variant will be priced at $9,999.

The phones will launch this spring, according Samsung.

The smartphone will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, which Samsung is touting as being among the fastest Snapdragon chips available.

The Snapdragon 820 is also one of Qualcomm’s flagship chips.

The phone will feature a 5MP rear-facing camera with LED flash, and will also sport an 8MP front-facing cam.

The Snapdragon 825 processor is expected the Snapdragon 844 processor, the same processor found in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Qualcomm is also rumored to be adding a new CPU to the Snapdragon 820 line to speed up the Snapdragon chip, as well as the Adreno 405 GPU.