Huawei Result 01/04/2015

by Helen Vince

Huawei Technologies Ltd. posted a 32.7% rise in net profit last year to $4.5 billion and a 20.6% increase in turnover to $46.5 billion. Huawei’s consumer group contributed $12 billion to total turnover for …

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Huawei’s Smartwatch was Biggest Attraction on its Stand

by Norbert Hildebrand

A new Android Wear smartwatch made the biggest headlines at the Huawei booth. The new device aptly called “Watch” was presented for the first time. The round faced device is so new, that we …

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Apple Passes Samsung to Take Smartphone Market Lead

by Tom Allen

Worldwide smartphone sales reached 367.5 million units in Q4’14, rising almost 30% YoY. Gartner’s data shows that Apple displaced Samsung as the market leader – a spot that the Korean company has held since …

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Huawei’s Mediapad is for Film Lovers

by Tom Allen

The Mediapad T1 8.0 is a new 8″ tablet from Huawei, apparently covering more than 90% of Adobe RGB. It has an IPS panel with 1280 x 800 resolution, 178 deg viewing angles and …

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Huawei to Reveal New Phone in London

by Tom Allen

Jerry Huang, director of communications at Huawei, has revealed that the company will not launch a new phone at MWC, instead focusing on wearables. The next addition to the company’s premium P-Series (likely to …

Tags:Huawei| Mobile Display Monitor| MWC 2015| Smartphones| Vol 22 - Issue 06| Wearables

Apple Enjoys Best Quarter of Best Smartphone Year in Q4

by Tom Allen

Apple closed the gap with Samsung in the worldwide smartphone market in Q4’14, while the products themselves set a new record for both the quarter and the year, according to IDC’s preliminary data. Vendors shipped …

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Huawei Backs Away From Android at MWC

by Tom Allen

Huawei has said that it will introduce new wearables and tablets at MWC in March. The company’s focus will be on premium devices. Although specifics were not announced, Huawei did say that it would …

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Huawei Aims at Overseas and High-End Markets

by Tom Allen

Huawei has announced that it aims to sell 100 million smartphones this year, raising its sales by more than 30%. The company sold 75 million smartphones last year, a 40% YoY rise The company is …

Tags:Huawei| Mobile Display Monitor| Smartphone Market| Smartphones| Supply Chain| Vol 22 - Issue 05

Did Chinese TV Sales Decline in 2014?

by Tom Allen

Hisense has moved some of its TV production to Africa (photo: WSJ)Bing Zhang, research director for Greater China at DisplaySearch, has posed the question: is China’s TV industry slowing down ( Zhang’s question was …

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Bett 2015 Roundup

by Tom Allen

BenQ had some new products, but they were in a private area off-booth. They will be launched at ISE (this was a recurring theme at BETT). CTouch had a prototype 65″ display (the Leddura …

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Haier Adds Russian Distributor

by Helen Vince

Haier has appointed Online Trade in Russia to distribute its range of smartphones.    

Tags:Distributors| Huawei| Mobile Display Monitor| Smartphones| Vol 22 - Issue 06

CES 2015 Roundup

by Tom Allen

If a film-based privacy filter isn’t enough, 3M is offering its facial-recognition-based ePrivacy filter. (Graphic: 3M)In addition to the expected optical enhancement and privacy films being shown by 3M at its booth in South …

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