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Rising China smartphone vendors
  • China-based vendors, such as Huawei and ZTE, are expanding their presence in the global smartphone market.

    Last update: Monday 9 April 2012 [4 news items]

ZTE and Huawei dive into high-end smartphone market in 2012

Apr 9, 12:22

For the smartphone market, China-based ZTE and Huawei Technologies previously mainly focused on the low-price segment and their presence in high-end segment was rare. But they have...

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Nokia, RIM, HTC, Huawei competing for third-rank smartphone vendor title

Apr 6, 11:36

Samsung Electronics and Apple have continued to widen their gaps against rival smartphone vendors in terms of shipments, leaving members in the second leading group in the segment...

China-based Huawei, ZTE to ship nearly 100 million smartphones for 15% global share in 2012, say Taiwan makers

Apr 3, 01:05

Huawei Device and ZTE, two China-based vendors, will together ship 95-100 million smartphones for a combined global market share of 15% in 2012, according to Taiwan-based makers of...

China market: Top-4 local vendors to keep entry-level smartphone prices around CNY1,000 in 2012

Mar 30, 14:01

The top-4 China-based branded handset vendors - Huawei Device, ZTE, Lenovo and Coolpad - will continue to develop the CYN1,000 (US$159) smartphone segment in China in 2012 and will...

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