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Strategy Analytics: Samsung topped China smartphone share in Q1

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Many analysts believe that Samsung led the Chinese smartphone market throughout much of 2012, and there are already signs of a repeat coming in 2013. Strategy Analytics now estimates that the Galaxy maker sold 12.5 million smartphones in the country during the first quarter of this year, or enough...
Strategy Analytics: Samsung topped China smartphone share in Q1
Handset makers pessimistic about Windows Phone Tango’s chances in China

Android dominates Chinese market as it reaches 50% benchmark in OS installations: Kantar Worldpanel

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Google’s Android OS is dominating the Chinese smartphone market and is now installed on more than half of all devices in the country, according to research from Kantar Worldpanel. Across all smartphones in China, the Android mobile operating system hit a 51.4 percent market share in the first quarter of 2013, marking...
Android dominates Chinese market as it reaches 50% benchmark in OS installations: Kantar Worldpanel
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The phone maker that's killing Apple in China arrives in the US

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Chinese handset vendor Yulong, better known as Coolpad, is venturing out from its home territory to try its fortune in the U.S., with a little help from MetroPCS. The prepaid, contract-free operator on Tuesday started selling Yulong’s Quattro 4G LTE Android smartphone for $149. Coolpad may be a virtual unknown...
The phone maker that's killing Apple in China arrives in the US

Little Chilli LA-M1 outshines other QRD-based quad-core budget phones, we go hands-on

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Spotted outside the auditorium at Qualcomm's China QRD (Qualcomm Reference Design) Summit earlier today were a handful of -- surprise, surprise -- QRD-based smartphones from China, several of which featured the quad-core MSM8x25Q announced back in September. The usual suspects were there in the quad-core lot: Yulong had its...
Little Chilli LA-M1 outshines other QRD-based quad-core budget phones, we go hands-on
Coolpad's first US smartphone, the Quattro 4G, lands at MetroPCS

Baidu partners with Qualcomm to provide free cloud storage to Snapdragon-powered Android phones

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Chinese search giant Baidu has today announced a strategic partnership with Qualcomm to offer free personal cloud storage to Android devices powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors. The limited promotion will offer users 15GB of storage for one year and another 15GB of  storage for the lifetime of the device after...
Baidu partners with Qualcomm to provide free cloud storage to Snapdragon-powered Android phones

Hands-on with the Coolpad Quattro II 4G and 8920

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CTIA 2013 seems to be dedicated to some of the lesser-known names in the US wireless industry, so it's fit that Chinese manufacturer Coolpad should take advantage of the situation to steal the show. Indeed, we were able to take a look at the phone maker's upcoming stateside model,...
Hands-on with the Coolpad Quattro II 4G and 8920
Morgan Stanley: Apple could triple China market share with 'iPhone mini'

Samsung Tops China's Smartphone Market For The First Time As Sales Triple, Says Strategy Analytics

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Samsung Electronics topped China’s smartphone market for the first time in 2012, according to data from Strategy Analytics (reported by Yonhap News Agency). The Korean tech behemoth nearly tripled its sales in the world’s largest market for smartphones: in 2012, it sold 30.06 million smartphones in China, up from 10.9...
Samsung Tops China's Smartphone Market For The First Time As Sales Triple, Says Strategy Analytics

Android has taken over half of China's smartphones

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Source: Devindra Hardawar/VentureBeatPlushie at the Google Store New data show that half China’s smartphones are now running Android. Altogether, the country’s smartphone penetration sits at around 42 percent. According to Kantar Worldpanel‘s report shows that by the end of...
Android has taken over half of China's smartphones

MetroPCS reveals Samsung Galaxy S III as part of fall lineup

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Turns out the LG Motion 4G wasn't all that MetroPCS had up its sleeve for reveal today, as the prepaid carrier separately let its new fall lineup slip, and among those devices is none other than the Samsung Galaxy S III. Joining the superphone will be a smaller Sammy...
MetroPCS reveals Samsung Galaxy S III as part of fall lineup
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