OPPO, one of three smartphone brands owned by giant B.B.K. Electronics, has become the number one smartphone brand in China for the first time, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says, adding that this was achieved in January. OPPO was also the top 5G brand in the sub-US$600 (A$780) price segment.
The number of Huawei smartphones manufactured this year will be between 70 million and 80 million units, the website Nikkei Asia reports, adding that this would be about a 60% decline from the 189 million units made in 2020.
Chinese smartphone vendor Huawei is trying to sell its P and Mate flagship smartphone divisions, a report claims, adding that this move, if carried through, would mean the company's exit from the premium smartphone business. The company has denied it has any such plan.
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