Chinese internet company inks new partnership with local smartphone maker to produce a new range of mobile devices, branded under the existing Dazen name, which will be distributed primarily online.
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Acquired by Lenovo in January this year, the smartphone maker says the Chinese market is too significant to be overlooked and it will tap its parent company's resources to grow its market share.
Android now has 83 percent of the smartphone market, with Chinese vendors benefiting from market growth and a slump in Samsung's sales. Apple also did well, but Windows Phone lost ground on flat sales.
Chinese smartphone manufacturers have surpassed their South Korean counterparts in combined global market share in smartphones.
Chinese regulators will end Qualcomm's 'reverse patent licence' practice that allows the chip makers' clients to employ each other's patents free of charge, Chinese reports said this week, indicating that the patent wars between smartphone makers are likely to begin.
The Meizu MX4 Pro, equipped with a '2K+ screen', 'Retina Sound', and various other top-level configurations, is priced from 2,499 yuan ($408) only, to compete for a share in the high-end market.
Chinese smartphone maker invests US$300 million Baidu's online video site, IQiyi.com, as it looks to expand its internet TV content.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer is reportedly looking to raise US$1.5 billion in its fifth round of funding to support efforts in developing video content for Xiaomi TV.
The Chinese smartphone company hopes to replicate success in the smartphone industry within the realm of Internet television.
After its dismal quarterly results, the Japanese electronics company will no longer make smartphones specifically for Chinese consumers, but is expected to continue peddling its wares in the world's largest smartphone market.
The Indian Air Force is the latest party to react to allegations against Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi regarding the transfer of International user data to Beijing.
Low-cost, Chinese-branded smartphones are dominating the Southeast Asia market and driving a spike in smartphone sales.
The world’s largest smartphone maker is confronting increasing competition from Apple and low-cost Chinese rivals.
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is reportedly looking to invest €1.5 billion in France for smartphone development.
Chinese-French smartphone maker has already made its mark in the Hexagon, and now it's got its sights set on taking its unique recipe for smartphone sales further afield.
Chinese smartphone maker unveils a new website targeted at the Indian market, but has yet to detail any product on sale. It has appointed a country head to lead its Indian office.
Samsung and Apple continued to dominate the smartphone standings, but with 40 percent of devices going to Chinese consumers in the first quarter Lenovo and Huawei are poised to move up.
Led by Brazilian executive Hugo Barra, the company wants to woo customers with its low-cost smartphones
Market research says Apple and Samsung accounted for 85 percent of 4G smartphone sales in China in the first two months of 2014. Chinese chip manufacturers worry the market will be monopolized by Western chip makers Qualcomm and Marvell.
Chinese smartphone darling, Xiaomi, has kicked off its global expansion plans in Singapore where its Android devices will go on sale this Friday, marking the company's first foray into markets outside of Greater China.
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