smartphones

Covid 19 pandemic could cost smart device vendors $42bn
The research urged device vendors to diversify their component supplier bases, arguing that doing so will enable them to ensure that future gaps in the supply chain are filled
Huawei hopeful it can offer Google apps from its own store
Reports in the Chinese press suggest that Huawei is exploring strategies to offer apps from US developers on its own app store
2,900 jobs to go, as Carphone Warehouse set to close in the UK
The former High Street giant will close its stores in the UK in April
France slaps Apple with €1.1bn anti-competition fine
France’s anti competition authority has issued its biggest ever fine to the US smartphone manufacturer
Honor 9X PRO available for pre-order in the UAE
The latest addition to the X series will be powered by the new Kirin 810 octa-core processor
Apple fights back on smartphone sales in Q4 2019
Apple saw strong sales of its iPhone handsets in Q4, which buoyed its otherwise lacklustre figures for the whole of 2019
Huawei becomes the world’s 10th most valuable brand
A new industry report values Huawei’s total business worth at $65 billion
Global smartphone market set for 3% growth in 2020
A new report predicts that Samsung and Huawei will remain the wold’s most prolific smartphone vendors in 2020, with projected sales of 432.3 million and 376.8 million units, respectively