Competition too much
After losing around $4.5 billion over the past five years, LG is considering exiting the smartphone market in 2021.
If it is prepared to wait a bit and scales back on high end phones
Huawei might have a way to avoid some of the worst consequences of tightening US trade restrictions, provided it’s willing to wait a while.
Despite American bans
For the first time, Huawei has shipped more smartphones worldwide over a quarter than any other company, according to a report from analyst firm Canalys.
Honor X10 Max specifications and renders are starting to appear with the first details appearing on the China Telecom website.
Welcome to the 21st century
The Honor Play 4 Pro smartphone is set to ship with an infrared temperature sensor.
IDC sees lower consumer spending due to coronavirius
IDC beancounters say that global smartphone shipments will fall nearly 12 percent to 1.2 billion units in 2020 due to lower consumer spending due to the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis.
US dependence is too risky
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo is increasing its its efforts to develop its own smartphone CPUs believing that US gear is too risky to have in your supply chain.
Smart life as opposed to the one you see on Facebook
Huawei sub-brand Honor is holding an event next week, on 18 May to announce new smart life products. The new products are part of the company's vision to offer a full ecosystem of products around its smartphones, such as the recently-announced Honor 30 family.
But not Apple
While we know that Apple's smartphone sales in China are pretty flat, it seems that runs against Android sales which are growing rather nicely.
Bad for the big names
Global smartphone production is expected to slump a record 16.5 percent to 287 million phones in the June quarter from a year earlier as the coronavirus pandemic kills demand, according to beancounters at Trendforce.