ZTE has announced a 94 percent rise in net profit in 2014 and that it is looking to become the third largest smartphone OEM in the US by 2017.
According to contractors and suppliers, Samsung is looking to shift its focus in Asia towards online marketing and sales, to better compete with low-cost Chinese brands.
Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has been disrupting the smartphone market at home and generating an awful lot of buzz. But should you believe the hype? We take a look at some of the stumbling blocks in the way of international success.
In 2014, Xiaomi took the lead in the world’s largest smartphone market, according to a new report from IDC. Meanwhile, Samsung lost more ground in Q4 2014.
The Lenovo P70 launched in China today, featuring mid-range specifications and a huge 4,000 mAh battery, that claims to provide 30.5 days of standby time on 4G.
China has become a major force in the Android smartphone market. 4 of the top 10 OEMs are now from China. But, which are the best Chinese made smartphones?
Chinese manufacturers, foundries and consumers could have the most to gain from ARM’s latest Cortex-A72 and Mali-T880 IPs.
China’s antitrust regulators will impose additional restrictions on foreign companies operating inside the country within the semiconductor industry.
A recently released report by TrendForce shows that not only is the global smartphone market increasing, but so too is the dominance of Chinese OEMs.
Xiaomi is teasing a new product that leaves much to the imagination of what it might be, but little to what it’s not: thick or packing low specifications.