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Chinese vendors grab More Than Half of India smartphone market in Q1

According to International Data Corporation’s (IDC) Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, 27 million smartphones were shipped in India in CY Q1 2017 with a healthy 14.8 percent growth over the same period last year. But unlike last year, shipments grew sequentially in the first quarter of 2017 by 4.7 percent recovering from demonetization impact in Q4 2016. China-based vendors continue to…

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Barounas appointed Lenovo Mobile Western Europe VP

Lenovo has announced the appointment of Antony Barounas as its new Vice President for the Western Europe region including Italy, Iberia, France, Germany and Greece. Barounas was previously VP for Europe and head of global customer units at Sony and has been tasked with helping Lenovo grow its mobile activities in EMEA. READ MORE: Lenovo And MobileIron Form Global Partnership To…

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Lenovo Names Francois Bornibus New President EMEA

Bornibus takes over from Luca Rossi, and will look to lead market capture across all segments The vendor’s former EMEA president, Eric Cador, left the company in May 2016, and the responsibility was passed over to Luca Rossi. Currently VP and COO for Lenovo EMEA, Bornibus will pick up the new role on April 1. He will report to Rossi,…

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Lenovo And MobileIron Form Global Partnership To Deliver Security And Management For Modern Operating Systems

MobileIron (NASDAQ:MOBL), the security backbone for the digital enterprise, today announced a global partnership with Lenovo to help enterprise customers secure and manage Windows 10, Android, and iOS devices simply and efficiently. Using MobileIron’s EMM platform with select Lenovo PCs, customers may be able to decrease the total cost of PC ownership by up to 80 percent.* According to the…

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Smartphone Trends: More Memory, More Market Share

Smartphones have (and are) becoming advanced computers as the software, hardware, services and user needs mature to a point it almost are replacing the need for PCs. Applications such as AR/VR will be more demanding on DRAM in phones this year. Higher Resolution Displays, LTE all are driving need for higher DRAM capacities in smartphones. Furthermore, OEMs have been pushing…

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Lenovo net income sinks 67% on higher costs, expansion; revenue declines 6%

Chinese technology company Lenovo Group announced Thursday that its net income for the quarter ended December 31, 2016 slumped 67 percent to $98 million, mainly due to increased costs of main components, business transformation and overseas expansion.   Revenue fell 6 percent to $12.17 billion, according to a statement to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Pre-tax profit plummeted 68 percent…

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Oppo moves to number 1 spot in Chinese smartphone market

According to the latest research from Counterpoint’s Market Monitor service, the demand for smartphones in China remained healthy during Q4 2016 (Oct-Dec) as the smartphone shipments were up 12% annually and 9% sequentially driving the full year growth and record volumes. The competitive and crowded environment brings about constant shifts in top players in China’s smartphone market. Huawei, Oppo &…

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Traditional PC market in EMEA stabilises in Q4

Traditional PC shipments in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) stabilized in the fourth quarter of 2016, registering a close-to-zero decline (-0.2% YoY) and reaching 20.7 million units, according to International Data Corporation (IDC). Notebooks performed well across all EMEA regions (2.9% YoY), growing 2.7% in Western Europe and 3.3% in CEMA. The strong demand was triggered by the…

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CES 2017: The best business gadgets – LENOVO THINKPAD X1 CARBON

At CES 2017, Lenovo debuted the ThinkPad X1 Carbon; a thinner, lighter design of the standard X1 business laptop. Coming in at 2.5 pounds with a battery life of over 15 hours, the laptop is suitable for professionals especially concerned with security thanks to an upgrade which now supports face recognition technologies. The laptop runs on Windows 10 Pro and…

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China vendors shippped 145.9 mln smartphones in Q2 – 13% rise

China-based vendors shipped 145.9 million smartphones worldwide during the second quarter, rising 13 percent from the previous quarter and 22.9 percent from the year earlier, and accounting for 44.1 percent of the global total, according to Digitimes Research. Around 58.6 million smartphones were shipped in overseas markets, up 20.7 percent sequentially and 17.7 percent year-on-year. Huawei Technologies was the largest…

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