South Korea’s Samsung reclaimed the top spot, replacing Huawei whose shipments slumped domestically and globally. Huawei, Xiaomi, Apple and Vivo ranked two to five, respectively.
While 48MP and 64MP are still the mainstream in the phone market, we’ve seen some of the best options with a 108MP camera that you can consider.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. will close its TV manufacturing plant in Tianjin, China, Yonhap News Agency reported Monday.
With so many TV brands offering all kinds of smart TVs from budget small TVs to premium 4K or 8K wall-filling displays, you will always find the best TVs you can buy at any price in 2020.
We’ve compiled a list of several small smartphones released in 2019 and 2020 for people who are looking for the best pocketable device.
According to La Vanguardia, GSMA will meet on February 14 to determine whether MWC 2020 will go ahead as scheduled.
According to foreign news reports, due to the new coronavirus epidemic, Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics decided to suspend some of their operations in China until February 9.
Samsung Electro-Mechanics is going to shut down its HDI (high-density interconnected) printed circuit board manufacturing unit in Jiangsu, China, due to low profitability, according to a report by The Korea Herald.
Samsung Electronics has teamed up with Baidu to produce its new cloud-to-edge artificial intelligence (AI) chip, Kunlun, with mass production slated for early next year.
According to local news on December 13, Samsung will increase its investment in its Chinese chip plant by $8 billion as the second stage of the second phase of the project.
Samsung is facing an uphill battle in the Chinese smartphone sector and planning to downsize its Chinese offices to combat the increasingly intense competition.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi announced along with Samsung on Aug. 7 that its sub-brand Redmi will feature a 64MP rear camera, the first of its kind globally. The company is also working on a 108MP camera technology.
Smartphone shipments in India saw a three percent annual increase to 35.6 million units in the second quarter of 2019, according to a recent research report from Strategy Analytics. Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi remains the leader, with Samsung closing in and regaining foothold in the region.
Most smartphone giants have already settled on a yearly upgrade cycle, and industry spectators have a good estimation of the innovative smartphones that will be coming out in 2019.
Toutiao, China's leading news and information content platform, recently released a white paper on online public opinion and user reputation of mobile phone brands in the Chinese market in the first half of 2018.