HTC has posted an unaudited net profit of NT$360 million (USD$11.6 million) for Q1 2015, an improvement over last year’s quarterly loss.
According to sources familiar with the matter, Sharp is looking to sell its struggling smartphone LCD display business in exchange for new INCJ funding.
According to data collected by IDC and App Annie, freemium and in-app ad supported models are generating the most revenue for mobile app developers.
Samsung will announce its Q1 2015 financial results next week, but analysts and investors are already anticipating a more positive result than last year.
ASUS has revised its smartphone shipment expectations for a third time this year. The company now anticipates that it will sell around 30 million handsets in 2015.
Huawei has reported at 33 percent rise in profits for 2014, led by a 32.6 percent growth in consumer hardware and a 16.4 rise in communication hardware revenue.
Market analysts expect Samsung to exceed operating profit forecasts for Q1 2015, due to increased profitability in its memory chip and smartphone divisions.
Sony’s mobile division isn’t doing so hot. Can they return to glory, or are they better off calling it quits?
Samsung Electronics will freeze wages in 2015 for employees in South Korea for the first time in six years, following last year’s decline in profits.
Low-cost Chinese smartphone developer Xiaomi is said to be deciding between either Hong Kong or the United States to float publicly.