Smartphone sales fell more than 20 per cent in Q2 2020

The handset maker that appeared to suffer the most in the period was Samsung, according to Gartner


Chinese phone makers are capturing most of the Southeast Asian market

The Southeast Asian smartphone market was dominated by Chinese brands in the second quarter of 2019, taking 62 per cent of shipments in the region, according to Canalys. Chinese smartphone


Smartphone sales continue to decline, Huawei sits in second spot for now: report

373m smartphones were sold in the first quarter of 2019, representing a fall of 2.7 per cent, as Huawei held off Apple and begun to close the gap on Samsung.


EE to be first UK network to launch 5G

EE will be the UK’s first mobile network operator to launch 5G, beating Vodafone to the punch by a little over a month, when it brings the next generation mobile


Huawei leapfrogs Apple in smartphone sales

Huawei has overtaken Apple to become the second largest selling smartphone brand globally, increasing shipments by almost 50 per cent year-on-year (YoY) in the first quarter of 2019, as the


Global smartphone market falls for the fifth consecutive quarter

The global smartphone market decreased for the fifth consecutive quarter, falling 6.3 per cent to 362m in Q4 2018, according to the most recent Canalys Smartphone Analysis. Apple was the


China has suffered a decline in smartphone sales for the first time ever

The Chinese smartphone market suffered its first-ever annual decline in shipments in 2017, with the number of handsets shipped falling by four per cent from 2016 to 459m units. The

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