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Chinese low-cost smartphone maker says it clocked overall income of US$5.18 billion and shipped 18.7 million handsets last year, and vows to ship 40 million in 2014.
The smartphone maker posted its first quarterly operating loss, at NT$2.97 billion (US$101 million), amid intensifying competition and rising costs. Meanwhile, Microsoft is reportedly courting it to carry more Windows-based handsets.
Does this new Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone have what it takes to stand out in a sea of other handsets? Yes it does, but there are some downsides potential buyers should be aware of.
Chinese smartphone vendor aims to sell 15 million handsets this year, up from 7.19 million last year, to gain greater ground in the smartphone market.
As BlackBerry 10 handsets hit the US, analysts think the company's mystery one million smartphone buyer could be part of an inventory risk-sharing strategy.
Samsung's latest flagship smartphone is poised to build on its success in the region, due to its efforts to innovate on software and services. It is also helped by the lack of details on any upcoming Apple handsets.
Canonical says its Ubuntu smartphone will be available before the end of the year, but is remaining coy on where the handsets will be launched first.
Chinese smartphone maker says it has sold 7.19 million handsets in 2012 with sales reaching 12.6 billion yuan; plans to expand to North America in 2014.
Chinese PC maker says profits it will soon make in the Chinese smartphone market will be used to fund the push of handsets into emerging markets.
Chinese PC maker expands its smartphone play from its home market for the first time, with five Android handsets.
Days after Apple's Q4 earnings, where Tim Cook revealed the iPhone would arrive in China by December, Chinese regulators have approved the latest Apple smartphone, pushing the company one step closer towards selling the handsets in the region.
HTC's flagship Android smartphone is now getting its 'Jelly Bean' 4.1 upgrade, adding features such as Google Now and a password-protected SMS inbox
The analyst house has highlighted a two-percent year-on-year drop in quarterly sales of handsets, although it says smartphone sales are continuing to shoot up
China to lead global smartphone shipments in 2012, surpassing current leader United States, while India and Brazil will count among top five in 2016 as low-cost handsets and data plans prove key to success in these emerging markets.
Country saw 11 million units sold over last 12 months to double value of local smartphone market, which will evolve further with growing consumer demand for 4G handsets, new report notes.
The mobile data-tracking company has said its software, which can be installed on handsets by manufacturers or operators, inadvertently collected SMS details from unknowing mobile users
As smartphone apps such as iMessage and BlackBerry Messenger usurp the traditional role of SMS, Optus has said that by developing its own apps, the company would seek to protect itself from further encroaching on its territory.
Low-cost smartphone segment Google Android's to lose although competition expected to heat up with more competitors entering space, In-Stat says. It also expects 339 million of these Android handsets shipped in 2015.
Samsung has unveiled the first of its Windows Phone handsets that will launch with Mango, also known as version 7.5 of Microsoft's smartphone platform.
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