Smartphones do not only cover the basic use such as calls and text messages but also e-mails, games, navigation, videos, photos, among many other uses.
According to Chinadaily.com.cn the top 5 smartphone manufacturers in China are:
No. 1 Huawei
Huawei emerged as the world’s third-largest smartphone manufacturer last year, following South Korea-based Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and US-based Apple Inc. Huawei’s consumer business, mainly consisting of smartphone sales, received 57 billion yuan in revenue, a year-on-year rise of 18 percent.
No. 2 ZTE
The Guangdong-based ZTE Corp, is empowered with a 13-mega-pixel rare camera with such features as taking panorama images. The price tag of an entry-level Z5 Mini is below 1,500 yuan ($240).
No. 3 Xiaomi
Fast-growing Chinese smart phone maker Xiaomi, one of the most successful start-ups in China in recent years, has previously said that it will sell its flagship Mi3 smart phone to the Singapore market at S$419 ($332).
Xiaomi has so far been selling its products in China, including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan.
No. 4 Coolpad
The producer of Coolpad cellphones, Yulong Computer Telecommunication Scientific Co has invested heavily in R&D to develop inexpensive but sophisticated cellphones under Chief Executive Guo Deying.
No. 5 Lenovo
The world’s largest personal computer maker Lenovo Group Ltd sees the smartphone market as a stepping stone to enter other mobile consumer electronics markets because of its popularity in both emerging and developed markets. According to a Gartner report, Lenovo was the world’s third-largest smartphone manufacturer in terms of market share as of the third quarter of 2013.
Yvad Billings Readers Bureau, Fellow
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