On June 5, Lenovo officially released three new phones in Beijing: Lenovo Z5, Lenovo K5 Note, Lenovo A5, and the smartwatch Watch X.
On May 24th, Chang Cheng, Vice President of Lenovo unveiled yet another new feature for Z5, the latest flagship phone to be released soon.
Lenovo’s performance in the past two years has been far from satisfactory.
The official Weibo account of ZUK, a smartphone brand under Lenovo, shared the Weibo post of Lenovo’s VP Chang Cheng yesterday, adding that they are “coming back in June with a national flagship product”.
A number of products by Lenovo-owned Motorola have been under the limelight recently, including the new G6 phone series. This series has been in the news for a long time, but was never officially released until recently when the company sent invitations to Brazilian media for a press conference on April 19th.
Lenovo, a consumer electronics household brandname in China, ceased its mobile phone business in 2017. The company is only represented by the Motorola brand in China. Now, a year later, Lenovo released several new mobile phones on March 20.
On March 10, industry sources said that Lenovo Group’s Motorola Mobile may lay off half of its Chicago headquarters employees. This clouds the future of its modular smartphone project.
Chairman and CEO of Lenovo Group Yang Yuanqing delivered the opening speech at the 2018 Spring Festival Gala, stating that 2017 was a key year for Lenovo’s intelligence-based growth.
Google and WPP released a list of the Top 50 Chinese Global Brand Builders 2018 on February 6 in Beijing.
Qualcomm hosted the 2018 Qualcomm China Technology and Cooperation Summit in Beijing, during which Qualcomm and leading Chinese manufacturers jointly announced a 5G pilot program.
The State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) released its statistics and information about China’s major fields. In 2017, the number of patent applications in China was 1.38 million, a year-on-year increase of 14.2 percent.
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Xiaomi and Samsung both shipped 9.2 million mobile phones, each accounting 23.5 percent of the Indian smartphone market during Q3, IDC reported on November 14. The two are now tied for India’s top mobile phone brand. The news marks the first time Xiaomi has caught up with Samsung to become the top smartphone in India.
An army of Chinese brands led by Xiaomi has come to dominate the domestic smartphone market. SONY, Samsung, Blackberry and a large number of overseas brands have become its victims. Foreign media reported that Samsung’s smartphone market share in China fell to 2 percent in Q3, putting it in ninth place.
China’s four major phone manufacturers – Huawei, Xiaomi, OPPO and Vivo – will ship more than 400 million units this year, the Electronic Times reported on November 1. Domestic sales are expected to account for more than 60 percent of the total.