Huawei Defies US Sanction Woes at MWC 2023

by Omid Rahmat

Huawei’s supersized presence at the show is a sign of defiance, said John Strand, a Danish telecom industry consultant. Now that China’s zero tolerance pandemic lockdowns seem to have been eased, Chinese companies are …

Tags:Huawei| MWC 2023

Pushing OLED Tablets

by Omid Rahmat

Samsung, Lenovo, Asus, Microsoft, and Huawei have delivered, and been open about OLED tablets for a while and this seems a good time to remind everyone about that because Apple – yes, it again …

Tags:Apple| Asus| Huawei| Microsoft| OLED| Samsung| tablets

Huawei Vision Glass: New Micro OLED smart glasses

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Huawei has a new HMD that is being sold in China (only for now) as the Vision Glass. The glasses use microOLEDs to create an image equvalent to a 120″ image …

Tags:China| Huawei| SmartGlasses

Amazon Sued by Huawai over E Ink Patents

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Android Headlines reported that Huawei has taken legal action against Amazon over the the use of E Ink displays in the Kindle eReaders, which are made in China by Compal. The …

Tags:China| E Ink| Huawei| Litigation| Patents

DSCC’s Foldable Report Reveals Latest Results by Model

by Milos Pavlovic

What They Say DSCC put out a blog post earlier this week about foldable phones and we didn’t report it as we had just published an article on that topic from the firm. (DSCC …

Tags:Flexible Displays| Foldable Devices| Forecasts| Huawei| Market Data| Samsung| Samsung Display


Display Industry to Show Weakness thru H123, Suffers 1st Quarterly Loss in Q222 after 7 Consecutive Profitable Quarters

by Bob Raikes

Over the past few months the economic conditions for the consumer electronics market have been deteriorating, but there is a start of a normalizing correction in inventories, which had been built up throughout the …

Tags:Apple| Financial Data| Forecasts| Huawei| Large LCD Supply| Market Data| OLEDs| Samsung| Samsung Display| Small Medium Panel Supply| Supply Chain| Xiaomi

Links Week Ending 16th September 2022

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the end of this week. There are a lot again as I was …

Tags:BenQ| Big Data/AI| CAD-CAM-CAE| DisplayPort| HD+ (Germany)| Huawei| IFA 2022| Interfaces| Kopin| OLED TVs| Panasonic| Smart TV| Smartphones| Touch Displays| TVs (TV Sets)| UST Projectors| Virtual Reality

Huawei founder Ren declares a battle for survival

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Caixin Global of China reported a memo from Huawei’s founder Ren Zhengfei to the firm’s employees in which he said that the focus should be on profits and cash flow instead …

Tags:China| Huawei| Reorganisation & Restructuring

Links Week Starting 27th June 2022

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the first part of this week. (I’m still catching up after Display Week!) …

Tags:All-in-ones (AIOs)| Apple| ATSC| Desktop Monitors| DRM & Content Protection| DVB-T & T2| FCC| Foxconn (Honhai)| Hisense| Huawei| Poland| Samsung| Security| Smart TV| Streaming Video| TVs (TV Sets)| Virtual Reality

Huawei MatePad Paper Reviewed

by Bob Raikes

What They Say GSMArena had a look at the Huawei Mate Pad which is a 10.3″ device using a bluetooth pen-supporting Carta HD E Ink display with 1872 x 1404 resolution (227ppi). It is …

Tags:E Ink| Huawei| Pen Input| tablets

Huawei Suffers in 2021

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Huawei saw its revenue drop by 28.5% in 2021 to $99.9 billion with consumer sales (including smartphones) down 50%. Wearables were actually up by 30% along with smart speakers, and, bizarrely …

Tags:Financial Data| Huawei