Xiaomi has sharpened its focus on its smart home ecosystem.
A slowing global smartphone market has dented its growth prospects.
Chinese smartphone maker Huawei is in negotiations with several Chinese electronics companies to sell parts of its Honor smartphone unit.
India is set to limit Chinese phone vendors like Xiaomi and Oppo from selling low-end phones cheaper than 12,000 rupees ($150), Bloomberg reported on Monday. Sources told Bloomberg that the move is based on Indian government concerns that high-volume Chinese brands such as Realme and Transsion may weaken local brands’ competitiveness. According to Counterpoint Research, […]
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Apple’s share of the Chinese earbuds market for the first quarter of 2022 fell by 11% year-on-year, according to shipment figures released by business insight firm Canalys on Wednesday. According to the report, the top five earbuds brands by shipments for the quarter were Apple, Xiaomi, Edifier, Huawei, and QCY. Apple’s share of the market fell to 16%, while domestic brands Xiaomi, Edifier, and Huawei all recorded year-on-year market share growth of between 7% and 28%. Apple remains dominant globally, with a 32% share of the earbuds market, while Chinese brands Xiaomi and Edifier are third and fifth respectively in terms of global market share.
The MIIT crackdown is part of a larger effort to clean up mobile app data collection practices.
The move could potentially increase the delivery rate of quake alerts by up to 200%.
Xpeng’s hefty haul comes against a macro-industrial backdrop of falling sales after subsidies for electric vehicles were cut.
The company expressed optimism about the upcoming ‘5G era’ for its smartphone business.