Mobile devices

10334 news items tagged Mobile devices

  • China-based smartphone vendors Huawei and Xiaomi Technology are set to take each other on, particularly in their doemstic market, when they unveil their respective new flagship smartphones...
  • Samsung+Exynos+7+Series+9610
    Samsung Electronics has announced the availability of its latest application processor (AP), the Exynos 7 Series 9610, built using the company's 10nm FinFET process.
  • iPhone+X
    With Apple reportedly to make 3D sensing a standard for its 2018 series iPhone devices, trial production of the new series is expected to kick off in the second quarter of 2018 at...
  • Genius Electronic Optical has reportedly obtained orders for receiver lens modules used in 3D sensing lenses of smartphones from China-based vendor Huawei Technologies, with shipments...
  • Taiwan-based IC designer MediaTek is expected to report strong sales in the second quarter of 2018 and see its revenues, gross margins and net earnings for the year to rebound, thanks...
  • LG+opens+its+first+flagship+retail+shop+in+Taiwan
    LG Electronics opened its first flagship retail store in Taipei on March 20 aiming to further boost the sale of its major product lines, including ultra-thin TVs, IT products, smart...
  • apple
    Apple plans to launch a new 5.85-inch OLED iPhone this year as an upgrade to the existing iPhone X, but the vendor has managed to reduce the new device's initial manufacturing bill...
  • Asustek+is+likely+to+make+a+breakthrough+with+ZenFone+5
    Asustek Computer, as compared to HTC and Acer, might be the sole Taiwan-based vendor that can prevail in the global smartphone market after the company managed to launch its next-generation...
  • Oppo has announced its new flagship devices, the R15 and the R15 Dream Mirror Edition in China with features echoing the company's commitment to deepen its deployment in AI and AR...
  • HTC+is+expected+to+begin+shipping+Vive+Pro+in+2Q18
    HTC is expected to announce the pricing of its new VR device, the Vive Pro, on March 20, paving the way for the company to start delivering the new gadgets in the second quarter of...
  • ATrack+to+enjoy+50%25+on%2Dyear+revenue+growth+in+2018
    GPS tracker device maker ATrack Technology has reported EPS of NT$1.34 for 2017. Nevertheless, the company plans to deal out dividends of NT$2 for 2017, including NT$1 in cash and...
  • Asustek+has+launched+ZenFone+5Q+in+Taiwan
    Asustek Computer has launched its ZenFone 5Q (ZenFone 5 Lite) in the Taiwan market priced at NT$9,900 (US$339). The vendor began to take pre-orders on March 15 with the availability...
  • Pegatron upbeat about 1H18

    Friday 16 March 2018
    Pegatron expects its performance in the first half of 2018 to outperform that seen a year ago, and is optimistic about demand for consumer electronics devices this year.
  • Garmin Pay launched in Taiwan

    Thursday 15 March 2018
    Garmin has launched Garmin Pay e-payment platform combining electronic ticket cards and credit cards based on smartwatches or wristbands in the Taiwan market through cooperation with...
  • wistron
    Wistron has dismissed a report that claimed its iPhone production at a China plant had been suspended by Apple over alleged use of unauthorized components.
  • Foxconn Electronics outperformed Samsung Electronics to take the top ranking for the manufacture of smartphones in the fourth quarter of 2017 thanks to orders for iPhone 8 and iPhone...
  • Wistron+chairman+Simon+Lin+expects+good+2018
    Wistron, having survived the difficult times over the past two to three years, is seeing rapid growths for its high-margin products and expects its gross margins and operating profit...
  • Synnex posts strong profit for 2017

    Wednesday 14 March 2018
    IT and consumer electronics channel distributor Synnex Technology International has reported fourth-quarter 2017 consolidated revenues of NT$106.968 billion (US$3.65 billion), with...
  • Sony Xperia XZ2 launched in Taiwan

    Wednesday 14 March 2018
    Sony Mobile Communications has launched its latest flagship model, Xperia XZ2, in the Taiwan market with the availability to begin on March 21 at a price tag of NT$24,990 (US$854).
  • MediaTek's recently-introduced Helio P60 mobile SoC that comes with AI capabilities has been adopted by Oppo and Meizu for their upcoming smartphone models, according to a report...
  • Samsung Electronics has prepared two million more Galaxy S9 series devices than the previous Galaxy S8 products for the first-year sale in 2018 as the firm aims to achieve a higher...
  • Global AP market, 2017-2021

    Monday 12 March 2018
    Digitimes Research estimates total shipments of smartphone application processors (AP) worldwide will grow 1.5% on year to 1.67 billion units in 2018. The slowing growth in the smartphone...
  • iphone+x
    Most Android smartphone vendors, particularly those in China, are still reluctant to adopt 3D sensing technology for their new models to be launched in 2018 due to the persistent...
  • IEAS
    India Electronics & Semiconductor Association (IESA) held its annual event IESA Vision Summit at the Leela Palace in India's high-tech center Bengaluru at the end of February...
  • Synnex February revenues drop

    Thursday 8 March 2018
    IT and consumer electronics channel distributor Synnex Technology International has reported consolidated revenues of NT$22.165 billion (US$757 million) for February, decreasing 35.30%...
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