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But US President Donald Trump’s new trade policies may crush Chinese companies like ZTE and Lenovo, which holds about 10 percent of the market share in the US, according to research firm Canalys.


Third-placed Huawei grew 39 percent to reach 45 million units, exceeding 10 percent market share for the first time this quarter.


Huawei, Oppo and Vivo are increasingly making their presence felt internationally with a combined global market share of 24 percent, up from 16 percent in the same quarter a year ago, said Jia Mo, Canalys’ Shanghai-based analyst.


It also raises questions about the future of Lenovo and ZTE, which have seen about 10 percent growth in the US.

               

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Chinese phones are improving step by step quickly
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Maxwell996 Post time: 2017-2-9 23:09
Chinese phones are improving step by step quickly

Chinese companies only follow never any innovation compared to the West

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Maxwell996 Post time: 2017-2-9 23:09
Chinese phones are improving step by step quickly

Yes I'm sure they will catch up

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This is nothing new.

Chinese OEMs have been churning out no-brand Android smartphones since Google released Android as an open-source OS.

Almost all of the Chinese OEMs rely on third-party technology with the sole exception of Huawei which designs its own chipsets used in its line of branded smartphones. While some Chinese OEMs have succeeded in building up their brands, channels and customer service, none of them own the technology used in their smartphones.

China has already recognized the need for Chinese companies to move upstream and downstream in order to capture the entire value chain of the smartphone industry. That means more investment in Chinese companies involved in semiconductor design and manufacturing, display R&D and production, battery technology, sensor ICs, etc. for upstream industries, and smartphone OS , mobile Internet, cloud computing, voice recognition, mapping software, etc. for downstream industries.

The future is not in making smartphones but in providing services.

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Services?
Here's an idea for Motherland.  In the (near) future, the smartphone has two new aspects: one, the swatch-model which is the user can change how any part of his phone looks and feels; two, the service-chip, or service-in-a-chip; the user can buy off the shelf chips with individual features and plug into his multi-function phone like how he inserts his sim card. Say chip for service biometric identification of the imaging function, or chip for 5G enhancements, or chip for 3D printing, or chip for RFID data capture, or chip for health self-diagnostics, or chip for grab-type mass advertising, or chip for scalable wifi capacity, or.... limitless possibilities. Then for the price of a basic but very flexible smartphone, the user can buy any number of new functions from the nearest retail shop and reach towards premium performance - looks and functions. Howzat to change the entire global smart devices industry.



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dusty1 Post time: 2017-2-13 16:11
Chinese companies only follow never any innovation compared to the West

so how many Chinese phones have you used to give such comments ?
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