Market share jumped
China's market share in the Russian smartphone market jumped significantly in May as Western manufacturers paused new sales in in Tsar Putin’s kingdom.
Galaxy Z Flip3 holds the crown
Foldable smartphones did well in Q1, according to DSCC, reaching 2.22 million shipments, up by 571 percent compared to the same quarter last year.
Comment: The one-year business model is a cruel industry joke
For years smartphone makers like Apple and Samsung have encouraged users to upgrade their phones to the latest model every year, however, the technology has not moved much in ages.
Mobile revolution grinds to halt
Third quarter smartphone sales are stalling due to decelerated production schedules, Gartner beancounters reported.
Pandemic shrugged off
China's smartphone shipments increased more than threefold in February 2021 from a year ago, government data published on Thursday showed.
5G is the cause
Beancounters at analyst outfit Gartner have been consulting their Tarot cards and rattling their collective bones to divine that there is a recovery underway for the smartphone market.
Nothing to do with too many notifications
A study has poured cold water on the notion that smartphone users are distracted by too many notifications.
Game changing 400+ objective measurements
After great success with the scientific approach and standardization in camera testing, DXOMARK has decided to start testing mobile phone displays. There was a big debate for years how to accurately do that, and so far, no media house managed to stand out as the task is time and budget intensive.
Powered by a Qualcomm 730 Snapdragon
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Samsung's M-series smartphone will arrive soon with Qualcomm 730 Snapdragon under the bonnet.