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Monday 8 August 2022
Chinese smartphone brands see declines in 2Q22, says DIGITIMES Research
China-based smartphone brands saw their combined shipments slip 5.2% sequentially and 4.6% on year to come to around 150 million units in the second quarter of 2022, according to...
Wednesday 4 May 2022
Handset component suppliers remain under pressure to clear inventory
With handset sales in China still sluggish, inventory adjustments for related mobile phone component suppliers may be extended to the end of 2022, according to industry sources.
Tuesday 22 March 2022
Major Chinese phone brands optimistic about foldable smartphone market
Chinese mobile phone maker Vivo will reportedly soon release the X Fold, its first foldable smartphone model. This signifies that all major Chinese mobile phone brands have entered...
Friday 13 August 2021
Xiaomi becomes the top smartphone brand in Thailand
According to Canalys' latest research report, Chinese handset maker Xiaomi became the number-one smartphone brand in Thailand with a 21% market share in the second quarter this year,...
Friday 28 May 2021
Samsung, Chinese brands to launch new foldable smartphones in 3Q21
Samsung Electronics and Chinese handset brands, including Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo, all plan to launch foldable smartphones in the third quarter, heating competition in the segment,...
Wednesday 14 April 2021
Tight foundry capacity, component shortages to affect smartphone sales in 2021
Tight capacity at foundry houses, coupled with shortages of some crucial components such as CMOS sensors, power management and driver ICs, could affect sales of individual handset...
Monday 22 February 2021
China smartphone vendors focus on differentiation
Leading China-based smartphone vendors have focused on production differentiation to maintain competitiveness in the global market.
Tuesday 2 February 2021
China smartphone shipments to post annual gains in 1Q21
Chinese smartphone vendors are expected to see robust annual growths in first-quarter 2021 shipments to both the domestic and overseas markets, according to Digitimes Research.
Wednesday 13 January 2021
Global smartphone shipments dip 8.8% in 2020, says Digitimes Research
Global smartphone shipments suffered an annual 8.8% decline to 1.24 billion units in 2020, as the rampage of the coronavirus pandemic crippled handset demand and shipments, Digitimes...
Monday 2 November 2020
China smartphone shipments to rebound in 4Q20, says Digitimes Research
Smartphone shipments in the China market are expected to grow 25.4% sequentially in the fourth quarter of 2020 due to increasing shipments of Apple's iPhone 12 lineup and aggressive...
Wednesday 12 August 2020
China handset players launch 5G phones in Taiwan
China's handset brands including Realme and Oppo have launched new 5G phones in the Taiwan market.
Monday 4 May 2020
China smartphone sales nosedive in 1Q20, says Digitimes Research
Sales of smartphones in the China market slumped by 51.9% sequentially and 38.9% on year to their lowest quarterly levels of recent years in the first quarter of 2020 due to the impacts...
Monday 4 November 2019
China smartphone shipments ebb in 3Q19, says Digitimes Research
China's handset makers shipped a total of 180 million smartphones globally in the second quarter of 2019, down 2.5% on quarter and 5.3% on year, Digitimes Research has estimated.
Friday 25 October 2019
Vivo launches 5G-enabled Nex 3 in Taiwan
Vivo has launched its premium smartphone model, Vivo Nex 3, in Taiwan, making it the first 5G-enabled phone available in the local market.
Thursday 24 October 2019
Vivo sets up 5G R&D center in Taiwan
China-based smartphone vendor Vivo has set up a 5G R&D center in Hsinchu, northern Taiwan to bring itself closer to the local supply chain, as it looks to secure a leadership...
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