The worldwide smartphone market is forecast to decline 11.9% year over year in 2020 with shipments totaling 1.2 billion units.
It's already powering Vivo's latest smartphone.
It's got large pixels for better low-light capability, too.
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Sony on Thursday said it would make its cash-cow image sensors smarter to broaden their application, as the Japanese electronics maker seeks to reduce reliance on a saturated smartphone market.
Tougher scrutiny of foreign investment in India has soured the plans of China's smartphone manufacturers seeking to expand beyond selling hardware for a bigger share of the South Asian country's competitive financial services market.
Smartphone shipments from China's factories to vendors rose 17% in April compared to the same month a year ago, according to government data released on Tuesday.
It's officially launched in South Korea.
Huawei's secretive chip unit shipped slightly more smartphone processor shipments in the latest quarter despite the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report
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Apple's discounts on the iPhone 11 in China and the release of a new low-price SE model have put the company in a better position than rivals to weather a coronavirus-related plunge in global smartphone demand.
LG is moving away from its old number schemes.
Teetering on a razor, smartphone giants try to balance infection tracking and privacy.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is seeing signs of a sales recovery in China, it said on Tuesday, as the country starts to return to normal following the coronavirus lockdown.
Singapore launched a contact-tracing smartphone app to allow authorities to identify those who have been exposed to people infected with coronavirus as part of efforts to curb the spread of the disease.
Europe's privacy rulebook does not create obstacles to taking action to curb the coronavirus epidemic but mass tracking of people's movements and contacts using smartphone location data would represent a clear violation.
Analysts expect expanding 5G coverage and a rumored 5G iPhone to drive more demand in 2020.
Sony has revealed its latest flagship smartphone and there are plenty of unexpected details, from the name to the audio technology to the inclusion of 5G.
Samsung Electronics said Saturday it has temporarily shut down a smartphone plant in the southeastern city of Gumi, shortly after a plant employee tested positive for the new coronavirus.
The Korea Times
Samsung Electronics stands to be a major beneficiary of the China production problems announced by rival Apple Inc on Monday, reaping the rewards of a decade-long bet on low-cost smartphone manufacturing in Vietnam.
Russian security researcher Vladislav Yarmak has published today details about a backdoor mechanism he discovered in HiSilicon chips, used by millions of smart devices across the globe, such as security cameras, DVRs, NVRs, and others.
Qualcomm (QCOM) said on Wednesday that it has lowered its earnings guidance for next quarter in part due to the virus outbreak in China.
Samsung Electronics confirmed on Thursday that it is releasing another foldable smartphone this year with a new design from its previous model.
Chinese smartphone maker Realme shipped 25 million phones in 2019 hopes to ship 50 million in 2020, the company said on Tuesday at an event announcing its first 5G device.
LG Electronics will showcase its new flagship smartphone with a dual screen and 5G connectivity at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in February, industry sources said Tuesday.
The most exciting Samsung handsets you can think of right now do not yet officially exist, as Samsung won't unveil the rumored Galaxy S11 series and the Motorola Razr-like Galaxy Fold 2 until mid-February, a few days ahead of MWC 2020.
Intel sold its smartphone modem chip business to Apple Inc at "a multi-billion dollar loss," the U.S. chipmaker said in a court filing on Friday, alleging that rival Qualcomm forced it out of the market.
Huawei's foldable smartphone, the Mate X, has, briefly, gone on sale in China.
Just a few years ago, one in every five smartphones sold in China was made by Samsung. How times have changed.
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HTC has stopped offering its phones for sale in the UK while it is involved in an intellectual property dispute.
China's Xiaomi has taken a stake of roughly 6% in compatriot chip designer VeriSilicon Holdings, as the smartphone maker revamps its years-long pursuit of success in semiconductors which it sees as central to driving innovation.
Samsung will reveal the Galaxy Note 10 smartphone on August 7. But fans don't need to wait until next month to see the phone for the first time - photos of the device have already been published by the Federal Communications Commission.
Apple has started to export iPhones to some European markets from India, three people aware of the development said, a move that boosts the government's Make in India plan and is another step in the iconic smartphone company's efforts of making India an export hub.
HTC's share of the global smartphone market collapsed from 10.7% in 2011 to 0.05% in 2019. Current and former employees blame poor business decisions and a company culture that is impervious to criticism.
Huawei Technologies is pinning its hopes on a self-designed operating system to replace Google's Android following a US blacklisting.
Wall Street Journal
Sony is closing its Beijing smartphone plant, a spokesman said on Thursday, as the Japanese electronics giant cuts costs in an attempt to make the money-losing handset business profitable from next year.
The world's biggest chipmaker on Tuesday said first-quarter results will fall short of estimates as prices for memory chips and displays slid more than expected, just days ahead of releasing preliminary earnings. That came after Apple, which buys smartphone screens from Samsung, cut its revenue outlook in January for the first time in almost two decades.
China's mobile phone market suffered its worst month in years as device shipments plunged, with the data potentially highlighting further signs of pain for Apple in the world's largest smartphone market.
Smartphone shipments in the China market were down 9.7% YoY to approximately 103 million units in the fourth quarter of 2018.
"Our first quarter revenue guidance reflects the inventory correction currently underway in the smartphone market," said Steve Kelley, Amkor's president and CEO.