Apple and Samsung both shipped around 74 million smartphones last quarter, but Lenovo, Huawei and Xiaomi are demonstrating the fastest rates of growth.
Huawei has announced a 30% growth in revenues last year, led by demand for its mid- to high-end smartphones. Handset shipments reached 75 million.
HTC isn’t the only Android manufacturer kicking off MWC with a March 1st press event, as Huawei has now sent out the invites for its own shin-dig
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.
A popular question that we get asked here at Android Authority is, where is the best place to buy a Chinese OEM phone? Maybe you want an Oppo handset or something from Xiaomi, Meizu or even THL, but where to get it?
Despite an increase over the Q3 earnings, the estimates for Q4 2014 are significantly lower than the performance Samsung enjoyed during 2013.
Huawei can enter 2015 confidently, as an internal memo indicates that smartphone shipments rose 33% in 2014.
Huawei’s Honor brand of smartphones has seen a massive jump in sales from 1 million units per year to 20 million
This year, Xiaomi has proven that its possible to turn a profit from low-cost smartphones. Other OEMs look set to follow suite with their own e-commerce only products.
Night is engulfing the northern hemisphere, but the world of Android is never truly sleeping. This week Google pushed big updates to some of its core apps, we’ve got a peek inside the relationship between Cyanogen and OnePlus, Micromax launched its first Cyanogen OS device, Huawei introduced the camera-centric Honor 6 Plus, Android 5.0.1 rolled out, Android 5.0.2 broke surface, and news emerged about Android M integrating deeper into car dashboards everywhere.
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