Xiaomi’s CEO, Lei Jun, recently unveiled his company’s big plans for global domination… of the mobile world that is. Samsung and Apple need to take note (of the pending apocalypse to their market shares).
We take a look at the data and figures for the third quarter of 2014 to analyse the biggest smartphone market trends this year.
In light of Xiaomi’s recent conquest of the #1 spot in China, Samsung’s Robert Yi questions the rival’s potential success internationally. Competition!
Though a major global player, Huawei hasn’t been able to crack the mainstream US market. In a recent WSJ interview the SVP offers a look at what’s going on.
Smartphone sales from the last three months show that Android is continuing its dominance.
Samsung has released their Samsung Sustainability Report 2014, which is a lengthy ‘Samsung in numbers’ for 2013. Just how much money did they make in 2013?
Sony recently posted a $1.7 billion loss, which it attributed to poor smartphone sales. But with LG, Xiaomi, and others performing well, we explore why Sony is struggling.
What happens as the smartphone market reaches maturity? Prices are dropping, there’s less differentiation, and earning a premium profit depends on brand power.
Lenovo has seen substantial growth in its smartphone business over the past 12 months, led by demand from emerging markets and its home country of China.
The Windows Phone OS is largely irrelevant with just 2.7% of the market.