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Huawei's strategy for a crowded global smartphone market
 
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Chinese smartphone makers got more aggressive in carving out market share. So far, they've gained significant ground against the Samsungs and Apples of the world. Huawei's already the fifth biggest phone maker, and it hopes to leapfrog their rivals with their new line of budget smartphones. CCTV America's Mark Niu spoke with Huawei Honor President Jeff Liu about standing out in an increasingly crowded market.
Views: 418 CGTN America
Stiff competition in Chinese smartphone market
 
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When it comes to smartphone options, it seems that Chinese consumers are spoilt for choices. Domestic brands such as Xiaomi and Huawei have witnessed phenomenal growth in the recent past. And now with the expected arrival of the iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4, it seems that the “phone wars” are just going to get all the more competitive.
Views: 579 CGTN
Huawei Honor 6 - The world's fastest octa-core smartphone ! (4K)
 
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It seems Chinese telecom equipment manufacturer, Huawei, has finally got a break in the price sensitive smartphone market with its flagship Honor 6 smartphone. Quick specs: 5-inch Full HD display, 445 ppi : 1.3 gHz octa-core Hi Silicon Kirin 920 processor : 3 GB RAM : 16 GB internal memory, up to 64 GB expandable : 13 MP rear camera : 5 MP front camera : Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS : Emotion 2.3 UI : 4G ready : 3100 mAh battery Price: $389 Design: It’s a good looking smartphone. The overall look of the phone seems to be inspired by the older iPhones, however, Huawei has taken care to pay attention to minor detailing. The glass back and plastic sides may give an impression that the device is frail but the third generation Corning Glass protection assures strength. The build quality is good and the device feels solid in hands. Display: Sharp and crisp. The 5-inch Full HD screen does its best. The viewing angles are decent. The display performs well under sunlight as well. Users shouldn’t have any complains with the display quality of the smartphone. Performance: Huawei Honor 6 promises a lot on paper and it even delivers. An octa-core processor with 3 GB RAM is enough to attract any smartphone buyer. But the hardware does a good job in the most demanding situations. I did not encounter any sort of lags. Also, the phone doesn’t heat up much. Software: The device runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system and is sugar-coated with Huawei’s Emotion 2.3 UI. Overall, the experience is good and the UI offers some handy customisations as well. Camera: The 13 MP rear camera is decent if not great. However, there is certain amount of noise in the images even in good lighting conditions. The front 5 MP camera produced surprisingly good results. Overall, it is fast, colours are nearly accurate and average users shouldn’t have much to complain. Storage: The device offers 16 GB of internal storage out of which around 11 GB is available. The memory can be further expanded up to 64 GB via microSD card. Battery: Excellent battery life at this price. The smartphone will easily last up to two days in normal usage. I was using 3G along with WiFi, played few HD games and the device lasted for over 32 hours even at maximum brightness. Battery life is one of the areas that will even impress the power users. Connectivity: The smartphone supports 4G networks. In front of connectivity, I witnessed no issues at all. Verdict: In the $400 range, the Huawei Honor 6 is a good buy. Users will be impressed with the design, performance and battery life of the device. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Now on tumblr ! http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Presenterator" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Presenterator by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100842. ISRC: USUAN1100842 © 2011 Kevin MacLeod
Views: 2873 nüTECH
China  World's largest smartphone market   CCTV 111111
 
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Samsung smartphone global market share drops for first time in 4 years
 
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For the first time in four years, Samsung Electronics' share of the global smartphone market has dropped. U.S. market research firm Strategy Analytics says that the Korean tech giant's share in the market in the first quarter came to 31-point-2 percent, down more than one percentage point on-year. It represents the first decline since the fourth quarter of 2009. However, Samsung wasn't alone. Apple's slice of the pie plunged to 15-point-3 percent, down 2-point-2 percentage points. The research firm attributed the slumping numbers to increased competition in the market from second-tier smartphone makers like Huawei and Lenovo.
Views: 358 ARIRANG NEWS
What operating system dominates the worldwide smartphone market?
 
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As we know, Australians are addicted to their smartphones. We use them for all manner of things – from listening to music, to catching up on news and of course for calling and messaging. No doubt most people would struggle to cope if they were without their phone for more than a few hours! Read full article: http://www.sproutinc.com.au/News/what-operating-system-dominates-the-worldwide-smartphone-market
Views: 163 Sprout
Chinese Manufacturers Make Gains In Smartphone Market
 
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The latest Gartner report on smartphone sales shows Chinese manufacturers making year-over-year gains on Samsung and Apple. Follow Sebastian Martinez: http://www.twitter.com/sebastiansings See more at http://www.newsy.com Sources: Getty Images http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/chinese-couple-look-at-pictures-of-themselves-taken-on-a-news-photo/456465564 Fortune http://fortune.com/2014/12/16/smartphone-sales-samsungs-fell-apples-grew-xiaomis-exploded/ Xiaomi http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MG4PLBc0JmU Apple https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNavOxQzfkY Samsung https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=og7eldUVIU4 Gartner http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/2944819 Arirang https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u38vFkq5w4s Image via: Getty Images / Kevin Frayer http://gettyimages.com
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Samsung Electronics tops Q2 smartphone market share in U.S.
 
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Korea's Samsung Electronics has knocked rival Apple off its perch in the highly competitive U.S. smartphone market... thanks largely to robust sales of its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5. Market research firm Strategy Analytics says Samsung's share in the market came to 36-point-2 percent in the second quarter. Apple dropped to second place at 28 percent. Industry watchers said the turnaround came as Samsung strengthened its sales with the flagship Galaxy S5, while Apple loyalists delayed purchasing new devices as a new iPhone is expected to be released later in the year. Korea's LG Electronics also posted a record market share of 12 percent over the cited period.
Views: 118 ARIRANG NEWS
Samsung's grip on smartphone market loosens in Q2
 
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Although they're still number one,... Samsung's strong grip on the smartphone market loosened considerably in the second quarter. The biggest threat comes from Chinese manufacturers who are gaining ground fast with their cheap, but increasingly good quality, models. Hwang Ji-hye has the details. Samsung is looking black and blue after getting a blow from its Chinese competitors in the smartphone market. Market research firm IDC says... the Korean tech giant's share of the global smartphone market plunged to just over 25 percent in the second quarter of this year. Although it managed to retain the top spot globally,... its market share dropped more than seven percentage points from the previous year. The number of Samsung smartphones shipped also fell almost 4 percent in the April to June period... to 74-point-3 million units. During that same period, however,... the global smartphone market expanded 23 percent to 295-million units. So which players expanded the handset market -- the Chinese. Huawei , China's biggest maker of smartphones,... nearly doubled shipments in the second quarter to 20-point-3 million units,... holding down third place in terms of market share with 6-point-9 percent. Another Chinese tech firm, Lenovo, also gained market share with 5-point-4 percent,... taking fourth place. Its shipments climbed almost 40 percent to 15-point-8 million units. IDC says... the Chinese companies are attracting customers, especially from emerging markets,... with lower prices compared to top global rivals like Samsung and Apple. Apple also saw its market share dip by about one percentage point to 11-point-9 percent. Hwang Ji-hye, Arirang News.
Views: 52 ARIRANG NEWS
Samsung's grip on smartphone market loosens in Q2
 
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Although they're still number one,... Samsung's strong grip on the smartphone market loosened considerably in the second quarter. According to market research firm IDC,... the Korean tech giant's share of the global smartphone market slumped to slightly over 25 percent in the April to June period. That's down 7-point-1 percentage points from a year earlier. Samsung's major rival, Apple, also saw its market share dip,... but only by about one percentage point to 11-point-9 percent. Chinese manufacturers are gaining ground fast. Huawei was in third place in the second quarter with a 6-point-9 percent market share,... followed by Lenovo at 5-point-4 percent.
Views: 245 ARIRANG NEWS
Samsung's grip on smartphone market loosens in Q2
 
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Although they're still number one,... Samsung's strong grip on the smartphone market loosened considerably in the second quarter. According to market research firm IDC,... the Korean tech giant's share of the global smartphone market slumped to slightly over 25 percent in the April to June period. That's down 7-point-1 percentage points from a year earlier. Samsung's major rival, Apple, also saw its market share dip,... but only by about one percentage point to 11-point-9 percent. Chinese manufacturers are gaining ground fast. Huawei was in third place in the second quarter with a 6-point-9 percent market share,... followed by Lenovo at 5-point-4 percent.
Views: 88 ARIRANG NEWS
HUAWEI ASCEND Y220 Phone On Ghanaian Market
 
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HUAWEI Technologies and MTN have introduced another android smart phone onto the Ghanaian market-the HUAWEI ASCEND Y220. The phone operates on a frequency of Quad-band GSM up to 1,900 MHz. The Managing Director of Hauwei Technologies Ghana, Russel Xu said the phone is designed to give Ghanaians a different device, that can enable them to work even from outside the office.
The Best Selfie Smartphone?
 
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The P7 is a pleasant surprise. THE GOOD It’s a good-looking phone; its looks are derived from other attractive devices. There’s a bit of Sony Xperia in the side profiles, HTC One in the hideaway slots, and iPhone in the “lightness” aesthetic that Huawei is pushing. The quality of materials is solid, too - the P7 is rigid and tightly gapped, with a light plastic skeleton. Really light, actually, and the weight is proportioned so evenly that it kind of feels like you’re not holding anything. I can’t deny how impressive this design is, especially for a relatively unknown company like Huawei. What really struck me about the P7 is the user interface - Huawei dubbed their Android skin “Emotion.” The name is hokey, but whatever - it’s attractive. And eerily familiar, if you’ve used an iPhone...but unlike Apple, Huawei encourages you to customize their phone. There’s a handful of “themes” built into the phone; it’s great to see this behavior from a phone manufacturer. When you start playing around with the themes and settings, you’ll notice how nice the P7’s screen is. The colors are a smidge more saturated than other displays, but I quite like that. The display is sharp too - the pixel density is 441ppi, the same as a Galaxy S5. The cameras are intriguing, too, especially the front-mounted one - it’s an 8 - yes, EIGHT megapixel lens. The next best is a 5 megapixel unit on the HTC One. What Huawei’s doing here is jumping ahead of the big players to establish the P7 as the premier phone for...selfies. Well, people do love taking pictures of themselves, so that’s a smart selling point. The rear lens is a fairly standard 13 megapixel, offering good outdoor photographs but lacking the sharpness of other high-ends phones. And man, even though the P7 only packs a single speaker, it makes a serious amount of noise. THE BAD Although the P7 has taken cues from some of the best phones on the market, it’s by no means without fault. Remember when I said the Emotion UI reminds me of iOS? Well, it’s got the same dumb, can’t-remove-icons-without-deleting-the-program thing going on. And guess what? There’s a whole host of programs that you can’t delete, so you’re stuck looking at them. Or shuffling them off to a side page in a folder marked “Unwanted.” This also means there’s no traditional app drawer, since Huawei’s ditched it in favor of the Apple approach. Worse yet, the Emotion UI is still pretty young for an interface. And it’s not well-optimized. It takes up a huge chunk of the phone’s 2 gigs of RAM, causing some lag during normal use. You only get 16 GB of storage on the P7 - well, 11 usable gigs, really - so you will need an SD card eventually. And the Ascend P7 is never subsidized through a contract. So you’ll have to buy it unlocked, meaning you’ll have no choice but to bear the financial hit upfront. The P7 will cost you about $450. THE UGLY? Well, there’s no real way to get around this - it says Huawei on the front. If you’re into the “cool brand” thing, this isn’t gonna do it for you. CONCLUSION On its own, the Aspire P7 is a pretty good phone. But when you realize that Huawei is behind pretty much all of the development, and how far this Chinese company has come in the past few years...you have to wonder how many of us will have Chinese phones in our pockets in the near future.
Views: 29741 IBTimesTV
Foreign smartphone makers aim to take on Korean market 

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Some foreign manufacturers are gearing up to take Samsung Electronics on in its own backyard... right here in Korea′s lucrative smartphone market. One of them... is China′s Huawei,... which is hoping to make an impression with its low-cost devices. Hwang Ji-hye has the details. Those in Korea trying to buy a new smartphone now have one more option. That is... the X3 model from Chinese budget smartphone manufacturer Huawei Technologies, which hit local shelves on Tuesday. Huawei expects to lure Korean consumers with its affordably priced handsets,... which are up to 4-hundred dollars cheaper than local brands like Samsung Electronics. Korea′s smartphone market is considered difficult to break into,... with most citizens... loyal to Samsung and its domestic rival. Currently the Korean tech giant controls around 60 percent of the local market,... followed by LG Electronics. Apple, one of the world′s most popular smartphone makers,... holds below 10 percent of the local share. It′s no surprise then... that U.S.-based Motorola gave up on the Korean market in 2012,... while Taiwan′s HTC also folded its Korean business in the same year. But it′s not just Huawei that′s aiming to take on the Korean smartphone market. Sony of Japan recently unveiled its high-end Xperia Z3 smartphone... which also boasts a cheaper price tag compared to local brands,... pointing to even stiffer competition among local and foreign players. Hwang Ji-hye, Arirang News.
Views: 317 ARIRANG NEWS
Goldstuck on Gadgets: Huawei takes on low and high end
 
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Huawei shifted the smartphone market in Kenya back in 2011 with the Ideos, and now it's done the same at the entry level in South Africa with the Ascend Y220. But the new Ascend P7 shows it has similar intentions at the high end.
Views: 51692 Goldstuck on Gadgets
Phone for Russia - Huawei Honor 3 ads / Huawei commercial for Russian market
 
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Huawei has released a promotional video for your smartphone Honor 3 — "Phone for Russia" and its characters have become typical Russian gangsters. More videos on http://adzilla.blogspot.com/
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Huawei Smartphone Video Wettbewerb   jetzt teilnehmen!
 
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Views: 1 cheng jack
Faulty & Fake Huawei 3c Chinese phone
 
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Huawei 3c Chinese phone Faulty & Fake! The ShenZhen MTK Electronics Co., Ltd. on Aliexpress a fraud seller. I ordered a Huawei 3c phone with 8 core , HD display ,16gb ROM and the ShenZhen MTK Electronics Co., Ltd. sent a phone with 4 core and 400x744 display and 4Gb RAM. The Aliexpress not help to me to resolve the problem!
Views: 935 István Bartus
Handset Makers Go Big on Smartphones
 
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BARCELONA, Spain — Smartphones are going against one of the long-held rules in portable electronics, that smaller is better. Year by year, computers, storage devices and music players have shed size and weight. And for decades, it has been happening with cellphones, too. But now cellphones, and smartphones in particular, are going the way of the television: They just keep getting bigger and bigger. And people keep buying them. The trend became even more apparent this week, as handset makers introduced a number of big-screen smartphones — from five diagonal inches to more than seven inches — at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, Spain. Samsung Electronics, Sony and the Chinese manufacturers Huawei and ZTE, among others, are all betting that consumers find images and video to be more vivid and engaging on a bigger screen, and that they may prefer to carry a larger phone instead of both a smartphone and a tablet. Continue reading the main story RELATED COVERAGE Machine Learning: Phone, Meet Tablet. That's Phabulous.FEB. 26, 2014 Business Briefing: T-Mobile Reports Bigger Loss as It Tries to Attract CustomersFEB. 25, 2014 The turn to bigger screens is a sharp departure from the dominant strategy of phone makers just a few years ago, when critics often and loudly mocked devices with big screens, joking that people would never buy them because they would not fit in the pockets of tight hipster jeans, or because people would not want to be seen clutching big devices to their skulls.But Samsung, the No. 1 phone maker in the world, pushed hard on phones with bigger screens, and the effort has paid off with millions of units sold, particularly in Asia. Samsung has said its research found that people liked bigger-screen phones because they wanted a device that was good for handwriting, drawing and sharing notes. Asian-language speakers found it easier to write characters on a device using a pen rather than typing. Now Samsung and other phone makers believe they will find a more receptive audience outside Asia, too, including in the United States and Europe. "The cultural difference is not much," said Lee Young-hee, head of marketing for Samsung's mobile division. "Most people like the bigger display — it's more and more welcomed by people around the world." Demand for big-screen phones is clearly strong. IDC, the research firm, estimates that at least 20 percent of all smartphones shipped last year in China, the largest smartphone market in the world, were five inches or larger. It predicts that number will balloon to 50 percent by 2017. IDC also recently predicted that the growth of tablet sales would slow this year, partly because many people are gravitating toward larger phones and shifting away from smaller tablets. "In some markets consumers are already making the choice to buy a large smartphone rather than buying a small tablet," said Tom Mainelli, an IDC research director who follows tablets. The most extreme example of a big phone announced this week came from Huawei, which introduced the MediaPad X1, a smartphone with a seven-inch screen, usually a size used in tablets. Because the device has a phone connection, Huawei calls it a phablet. Roland Sladek, a vice president for international media affairs at Huawei, said the company found that people liked to spend at least an hour a day on mobile devices, and that has driven the demand for larger screens. Other makers are pushing slightly smaller versions. Samsung this week introduced the Galaxy S5, its latest flagship smartphone, which, at 5.1 diagonal inches, is just a smidge bigger than its predecessor. Sony unveiled the Xperia Z2, a 5.2-incher. ZTE introduced the Grand Memo II, a six-inch phone; last month it introduced the Boost Max, a 5.7-incher that the company hopes will help it gain some traction among American buyers.
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Huawei's new Ascend P7 and Apple's soaring shares
 
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http://goo.gl/SilbtP Chinese tech giant Huawei has launched a new smartphone; the ascend P7 in a bid to crack the smartphone market in Europe. It's a follow up from the Ascend P6 and Tech Expert Stuart Miles, says this is a sign of Huawei really trying to continue to "turn the pressure up" on the likes of Samsung and Apple. He adds the company's phones "actually perform very well". The Ascend P7 will feature a 13Mp rear camera and an 8Mp snapper at the front - which Stuart says is "ideal for those selfies people like to take". From one smartphone maker to another, Apple's shares are trading above USD 600 for the first time since. Stuart thinks this is "amazing" considering Apple hasn't launched a single product since September. He believes the spike could be prompted by Apple's recent announcement of a a 7-to-1 stock split and buyback expansion. And British supermarket giant Tesco is also launching a smartphone. The decision follows the success of Tesco's own branded Android tablet - the Hudle. Chief executive Philip Clarke has stated that the handset will have specs "on par with the Samsung Galaxy S5". Stuart says he is looking forward to this phone and thinks it has the ability to shake up the lower end of the smartphone market.
Lenovo, Huawei's Smartphone Shipment Grows In Q2: IDC - TOI
 
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Lenovo, Huawei's Smartphone Shipment Grows In Q2: IDC Chinese smartphone makers racked up big gains as the global market for internet-linked handsets grew to record levels in the second quarter, International Data Corp said. Subscribe to Times Of India’s Youtube channel here: http://goo.gl/WgIatu Also Subscribe to Bombay Times Youtube Channel here: http://goo.gl/AdXcgU Social Media Links: Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TimesofIndia Times Of India’s Official YouTube channel is managed by Culture Machine Media Pvt Ltd.
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Tech giant Huawei "to follow in HTC's footsteps"
 
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http://goo.gl/CBLzeC As the Mobile World Congress (MWC) comes to an end, tech expert Stuart Miles, explains how Chinese telecoms giant Huawei it trying to take on the global smartphone market with a rather "aggressive" strategy. Huawei's current business is focused on providing network solutions and large scale infrastructure projects, but Huawei Chief Executive Eric Xu told reporters at the MWC: "We're going to make a change this year, and we're going to continue to launch smartphones for the US market." Stuart, who was present at the MWC, said that the way they presented themselves on stage was "incredibly aggressive" towards taking on Apple and Google and he thinks that's the tone "we're likely to see from Huawei in the future". Currently, Huawei's smartphone sales largely come from countries in Asia, with 40 percent coming from China alone. This week, Huawei unveiled several new, high-end smartphones and tablets. One was the seven-inch MediaPad X1, a tablet worth USD 412. Stuart now believes Huawei will follow in the footsteps of Chinese company HTC. He says HTC now has a "fantastic brand heritage" with "incredibly well built products", and believes if Huawei plays the same card they will be able to see the same sort of success on the international market.
CNET Top 5 - Phones with highest radiation
 
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http://cnet.co/1pVySC2 If you're concerned about cell phone radiation, here are the phones to avoid.
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Visite fabricant smartphones chinois HTM Shenzhen 2013
 
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Huawei Ships 34 Million Smartphones In H1 Globally - TOI
 
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Huawei ships 34 million smartphones in H1 globally China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd said smartphone shipments in the first half rose 62% year-on-year, as it targets the more expensive smartphone sector dominated by Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Apple Inc. Subscribe to Times Of India’s Youtube channel here: http://goo.gl/WgIatu Also Subscribe to Bombay Times Youtube Channel here: http://goo.gl/AdXcgU Social Media Links: Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TimesofIndia Times Of India’s Official YouTube channel is managed by Culture Machine Media Pvt Ltd.
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Foreign smartphone makers aim to take on Korean market 

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The Korean smartphone market is known to be a hard nut to crack... mostly because of Samsung′s presence and its unique mobile telecommunications structure. But those factors are apparently not stopping foreign manufacturers, including China′s Huawei, from trying. Hwang Ji-hye has the details. Those in Korea trying to buy a new smartphone now have one more option. That is... the X3 model from Chinese budget smartphone manufacturer Huawei Technologies, which hit local shelves on Tuesday. Huawei expects to lure Korean consumers with its affordably priced handsets,... which are up to 4-hundred dollars cheaper than local brands like Samsung Electronics. Korea′s smartphone market is considered difficult to break into,... with most citizens... loyal to Samsung and its domestic rival. Currently the Korean tech giant controls around 60 percent of the local market,... followed by LG Electronics. Apple, one of the world′s most popular smartphone makers,... holds below 10 percent of the local share. It′s no surprise then... that U.S.-based Motorola gave up on the Korean market in 2012,... while Taiwan′s HTC also folded its Korean business in the same year. But it′s not just Huawei that′s aiming to take on the Korean smartphone market. Sony of Japan recently unveiled its high-end Xperia Z3 smartphone... which also boasts a cheaper price tag compared to local brands,... pointing to even stiffer competition among local and foreign players. Hwang Ji-hye, Arirang News.
Views: 76 ARIRANG NEWS
Huawei Fitness Tracker Hands On Review!
 
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Basic & Cheap Phones! Huawei Ascend Y330 / Nokia 220 Dual SIM / Samsung Keystone 2 E1200i
 
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Cheap & Basic Phones! Huawei Ascend Y330 / Nokia 220 Dual SIM / Samsung Keystone 2 E1200i [Unboxing & Hands on] This time I just show some VERY basic cheap phones, but original brands! Want to see new china smartphones instead? stay tuned - I will soon unbox & review a brand new octa-core china smartphone in a new special color on my channel!
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La empresa china Huawei va a la conquista del mercado mexicano de teléfonos inteligentes/ Hacker
 
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Has Samsung Lost Its Grip To China?
 
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The precipitous deterioration of Samsung Electronics mobile-phone business raises the question: Will Chinese companies soon rule the smartphone market? The world’s biggest smartphone maker by sales said Thursday that its third-quarter net profit dropped 49% as less-expensive handsets, chiefly from China, ate away at its business. A trio of market-tracking firms confirmed that the South Korean technology company is losing ground even faster than many analysts had predicted. Although Chinese handset makers have been pushing into smartphones for several years, the pace of their rise—and Samsung’s decline—over the last half-year has been stunning. Since the beginning of this year, global smartphone shipments have ballooned for Chinese smartphone makers including Xiaomi Inc., Lenovo Group and Huawei Technologies. Handsets from Chinese companies now account for 38% of the global market, more than Samsung and Apple Inc. combined, according to research firm Strategy Analytics. Xiaomi jumped to third place in the global market, behind Samsung and Apple, with 5.6% in the third quarter. http://online.wsj.com/articles/has-samsung-lost-its-grip-to-chinese-smartphones-1414689148?mod=rss_Technology http://www.wochit.com
Views: 66 Wochit Business
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Meizu M1 Note, Huawei Honor 6 Plus & The Interview Movie - Android Weekly
 
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China's Huawei Seeks U S  Foothold In Smartphone Race
 
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Huawei seeks to move up smartphone food chain with new Ascend P7
 
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The mobile - billed as the world's slimmest phone at 6.5 mm thick - will go on sale in 31 markets, including Britain, Germany and China, starting this month for 449 euros ($630) without a SIM card or service contract. It will not be sold in the United States. \n Huawei, best known as a maker of telecom network gear where it competes with Sweden's Ericsson, has become the world's third-biggest smartphone manufacturer behind Samsung and Apple only three years after launching its own branded mobiles and tablets. \n Its consumer device business, which accounted for about 23 percent of sales last year, grew nearly three times faster than its telecom equipment business last year. \n Huawei's smartphone success was built on selling mid-priced models in the fast-growing Chinese market as well as appealing to price-conscious consumers in western Europe, but the United States has proven tougher to break into. \n Its global smartphone market share grew to 4.9 percent from 4 percent in 2012, but
How the Chinese make smartphones
 
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The excursion to the manufacture of Chinese phones. The warehouse of components, the conveyor, quality control, the testing laboratory, packaging and the warehouse of ready-made product. Don't forget to like and subscribe if you like this video.
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Hugo Barra, VP International - Xiaomi, On India Smartphone Market And Challenges
 
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Hugo Barra, VP International - Xiaomi, speaks exclusively with Dazeinfo about Indian smartphone market, price way in India, challenges, Flash sales of Mi3 and Redmi 1S, upcoming mobile services and what has Xiaomi learned from Apple and Google.
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Analysis of Chinese Smartphone's International Growth | CNBC International
 
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Chinese Smartphones have seen a lot of international growth as China's smartphone sales growth turned negative in the first quarter. CNBC Asia takes a look at China's leading smartphones. Subscribe to CNBC International: http://bit.ly/1eiWsDq Saturation in the domestic market is fueling Chinese smartphone makers' expansion plans beyond the mainland, but can Xiaomi, CoolPad, Lenovo, Huawei and ZTE take on global leaders like Apple and Samsung? CNBC's Julia Wood reports. CNBC.com for more great clips: http://cnb.cx/1l3zTyP Like us on CNBC's Facebook page www.facebook.com/cnbc Follow us on CNBC's Twitter accounts https://twitter.com/CNBCWorld https://twitter.com/CNBC
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Regency Plus General Trading LLC - Mobile Phone Wholesale Huawei
 
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Regency Plus was established in 1999. Since then we have built relationships with major mobile manufacturers and distributors to provide our customers with an extensive range of mobile phones. Regency plus currently supply wholesale mobile phones throughout the MENA region with our customers located at most of the regional countries across MENA region. Regency plus management team has vast experience in the wholesale mobile phones market and trade distribution of wholesale mobile phones spanning more than a decade. Through the strength of its extensive regional distribution network, Regency plus offers an established platform for mobile device manufacturers and mobile network operators to distribute products in the MENA region. This advantage has led Regency plus to become the market-leading mobile telecommunication product distributor in the MENA region in general and in UAE in particular. In 2009 Regency Plus became the sole distributor of Calidad®, an Australian based Compatible Toner and Cartridges manufacturer. Now we are the leading distributor of MultiOffice®, DoubleA® and HP® A4 papers in all over the UAE and expanding to MENA regions. In 2012, Regency Plus established a new company in Dubai International Airport Free Zone called “i20fze”. The establishment is to capitalize on the services provided by Dubai Airport Free zone. The 24X 7 customs and logistics operation environment at the free zone helped i20FZE to efficiently handle all logistical operations related to Regency Plus. Further, i20FZE currently has its own customers and distribution channels that are in line with the distribution strategy as set out by its mother company Regency Plus. “i20fze” is also providing mobile phone localization services to Regency plus as well as to third party clients in the region. “Regency Plus became the authorized Apple® reseller.” After 3 years of experience in printer, toner and paper import and export, in 2013 we started our own compatible toner cartridges manufacturing with a brand name of TPlus®. TPlus® is entirely manufacturing in Taiwan and it’s compatible with all major printers and models. Our policy is to provide cost effective IT products without compromising quality without harm the environment. In 2012 Pantum® printer manufacturers authorized us to sell their products officially and listed us as their premium reseller.
Huawei Ascend P6 www.from.ae Best Deals UAE Dubai
 
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Huawei Ascend P6 http://from.ae/mobile-phones-en/huawei-1/huawei-ascend-p6-8gb-white-huawei-ascend-p6-8gb-white
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Ascend Mate2 4G vs Galaxy Note 3
 
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Huawei just announced the Ascend Mate2 4G. Naturally, as with any larger smartphone, we have to compare it to the toughest competition. Tony does a quick and dirty comparison between the Ascend Mate2 4G and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3! Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Pocketnowvideo About us: PocketnowVideo is the official YouTube channel of Pocketnow.com. We feature Android, iOS, and Windows Phone news, reviews, unboxings, opinion pieces, and tons of awesome comparisons. If you love mobile as much as we do, be sure to subscribe! Follow us: http://twitter.com/pocketnow http://facebook.com/pocketnow http://google.com/+pocketnow http://instagram.com/pocketnow
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China Seeks Global Smartphone Dominance
 
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HuaWei was one of the first companies to invite press to preview its latest offerings at the Spanish mobile conference. On show was a new mid-range smartphone, the Ascend G6, designed with a youth market in mind, plus two new phablets which will provide Apple's iPad Mini with competition. But it was the electronic giant's wearable offering which was most talked-about. The Talkband is a smart bracelet that can monitor the user's fitness and it can also be separated from its base to work as a bluetooth ear-piece. The Chinese companies ambition is evident but will innovation and engineering be enough to help it to establish itself as a main player in the European and American markets? Michael O'Hara, chief marketing officer at the GSMA (the organisation behind the Barcelona congress) said the global market is becoming less of a closed shop. "Chinese companies have about 10% to 15% in the device market now but I think that's really going to take off over the next few years," he told Sky News. Chinese companies have up to 15% of the device market already "You need to get a certain level of sales to be able to afford the level of advertising that's required to really push commercial products and obviously there's a lot of scale, particularly in Apple and Samsung who have such a significant share of the market. "It's hard to break in but i think the technology that we're seeing come out of China makes that a possibility." Jim Powell, product director for Huawei in the UK, told Sky News the company believes the smartphone market will not remain dominated by the likes of Apple and Samsung. HuaWei's new Ascend G6 smartphone is aimed at the youth market "You lose momentum, we've seen lots of companies over the history of time start to fall away when they lose their innovative edge," he said. "The future is there for everybody to grab and that's going to be just as much about innovation and engineering as it will be about brand." Stuart Miles, editor of Pocket-Lint, says it will be interesting to see if consumers can be convinced. "They're trying to just say, 'Look, we can produce something that's thin, that's fast, its good it works, get over the fact that you've never heard of the brand - or probably for most people - that you don't even know how to pronounce the brand'."
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China's Huawei 2014 Smartphone Revenue to Rise 30 Percent Year-on-year: Memo
 
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Huawei Technology's smartphone sales rose by almost a third to $11.8 billion in 2014, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters, showing the Chinese telecoms firm's continued ascent in the global handset wars. The division shipped about 75 million smartphones in 2014, according to the year-end memo to employees sent by Richard Yu, the head of Huawei's consumer business. Although that represented a more than 40 percent year-on-year increase, the figure lagged behind Huawei's previously stated sales target of 80 million units. Huawei spokeswoman Maggie Qi said the company does not comment on internal memos. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/technologyNews/~3/0a2EhCGY3K8/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
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LIME Huawei Ascend Y330 Unboxing
 
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These day it’s a given to have a phone that’s able to use What’s App, Facebook, and Twitter if you’re in to that stuff. The Huawei Y330 is a great mid-range android phone that is here to corner the market with an aggressive price point. So aggressive that it might be the new Nokia flashlight phone trend for LIME customers. Intro and Ending template: by Laurent Caccia www.youtube.com/laurentcaccia
Views: 14664 Technicational
UWatch U8 Bluetooth Smart Watch for Android mobile review and how to instal Smart Watch Helper App
 
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UWatch U8 Bluetooth Smart Watch for Android mobile review and how to instal Smart Watch Helper App Download Smart watch Helper App: http://adf.ly/vSDQk Link Bought from: http://adf.ly/vSDZR
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All About Android 150: Huawei Wrong Way
 
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A ton of hardware from Mobile World Congress, the rising backlash of Google Glass, new hardware coming direct from Google, and more.
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Next Generation: Global smartphone market
 
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Amanda Kayne, Next Generation Strategist, finds out where the fastest growth in smartphones is and where the next big opportunities are in the smart-peripherals of smartphones, by talking to Industrials, Materials & Energy Analyst, Kelly Chia. About this podcast: Julius Baer Next Generation -- Structural trends are changing our world A monthly discussion focusing on the long-term trends and what these game changers mean for us individually, socially and ecologically.
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WEC:The Prospect of FutureGen and Huawei in the South Korea Market
 
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FutureGen and Huawei began working together on servers, storage and other fields in June this year. FutureGen's president Kim Heung-Ju discusses how Huawei is gradually replacing western manufacturers in the South Korean market, become a server and storage leader.
Views: 59 Huawei Enterprise
Chinesische Smartphones immer erfolgreicher - hi-tech
 
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Die chinesischen Marken dringen immer mehr auf den Markt. Der Verkauf von Geräten der Firma Huawei hat sich innerhalb eines Jahres um 160 Prozent gesteigert. Aber auch Unternehmen wie Lenovo, Asus and OnePlus wachsen auf dem Welt-Technologiemarkt immer schneller. Wir sprechen mit dem Experten Gabriele Di Matteo darüber. Gabriele Di Matteo: "Die Chinesen haben jahrelang Plagiate angefertigt. Dann haben sie damit begonnen, Firmen im Westen zu kaufen und sie investierten mehrere Milliarden Dolla… LESEN SIE MEHR: http://de.euronews.com/2014/10/30/chinesische-smartphones-immer-erfolgreicher euronews: der meistgesehene Nachrichtensender in Europa. Abonnieren Sie! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsde euronews gibt es in 14 Sprachen: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels Auf Deutsch: Internet : http://de.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsde Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/113171012041187764998/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208
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How to Factory Reset every China phone with Chinese Recovery
 
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Subscribe to http://youtube.com/techmagnet and make sure to switch on notifications. If you have problems feel free to register at http://www.china-devices.com and post a new thread with your problem ! ITXtutor and Flokaheli became Techmagnet to deliver news, reviews and exciting stuff for a smart, connected generation. Check out the best China Phone on AmazonUS: http://amzn.to/1PqhXOP Check out the best China Phone on AmazonUK: http://amzn.to/1RBlQGV Check out the best China Phone on AmazonDE: http://amzn.to/1Oh1PBt Hey guys and welcome to a short china phone tutorial. Today I want to show you how to factory reset your china phone with Chinese recovery. In this video, I´m using a HDC S5 and a Iocean X7S. Here is also a link to a picture with a good explanation : http://bit.ly/2fI8XLZ If you have problems feel free to register at http://www.china-devices.com and post a new thread with your problem ! See you soon ! Thanks for watching :) Interested in Tech! ►►► https://www.facebook.com/techmagnet/ https://twitter.com/techmagnet_yt Flo ►►► https://twitter.com/flokaheli https://www.instagram.com/flokaheli/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/flokaheli/ Steven ►►► https://twitter.com/flokaheli https://www.instagram.com/itxtutor https://www.linkedin.com/in/itxtutor/ Interested in ChinaDevices! If you want to have more information on products from China, then head over to our platform! You can register here for free, and i hope to see some of you guys there! 😃 ►►► http://www.china-devices.com Be a part! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Music by : music (bought) - Epidemic Sounds Links marked with * are Affiliate Links
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Gazer SP1 Smartphone handheld ditigal gimbal stabilizing system
 
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First digital handheld gimbal stabilizing systemn in the market. Only by Gazer!
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