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Meizu 16 may launch sooner than expected

So far, there have been expectations of an August launch for the Meizu 16 series of smartphones. However, the latest development suggests the devices may arrive sooner than that. In an interaction with the Meizu community, the Chinese company's founder and CEO Jack Wong has said the series will be launched as soon as possible. If you read between the lines, an August launch is still possible (after all 'as soon as possible' doesn't guarantee a particular time frame). But given that Wong's response came after community members told the CEO that they are fine with a mid-August launch,...



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No plans to sell refurbished Galaxy Note7 units in the country, Samsung India says

Shortly after a report out of Samsung's home country of South Korea suggested that the company is planning to sell refurbished Galaxy Note7 units in emerging markets like India, the tech giant's India subsidiary has refuted the report. Samsung Galaxy Note7 "The report on Samsung planning to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7 smartphone[s] in India is incorrect," said a Samsung India spokesperson. No such confirmation is currently available for Vietnam, the other market explicitly mentioned in the report. In case you missed, the report noted that such units will have "a new smaller...



Samsung Galaxy S7 specs confirmed, handled on video before announcement

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is only 4 days away from official status, and keeping a lid on pre-launch units has become impossible. This latest report shows a black S7 front and back (which we've already seen before), but more importantly it confirms some of the smartphone's most important specs. Their insider info states that the rumored water resistance of the S7 is indeed reality, though hasn't been established just yet whether it's IP67 or IP68. The difference being that IPx7 stands for 30 minutes submersion up to 1 meter depth, while IPx8 gets you continuous submission to a depth, specified by the manufacturer (but higher than the 7 rating). In effect, both will keep you safe in the rain. The 12MP camera rumor also gets corroborated, and apparently the latest Nexuses have truly started a trend for lower-res sensors, with larger photosites. Samsung won't be making the switch to USB Type-C this generation though, the source says. Samsung galaxy s7 specs confirmed, handled on video before announcement It will be bringing the microSD slot back, on the other hand. The lack of storage expansion was a deal-breaker for many in the previous generation, and it's good to see the Koreans have listened. The user-replaceable battery won't be making a return though, not that we should expect it to from now on, but it's gotten a bump to 2,800mAh, up from 2,550mAh in the Galaxy S6. Previously we heard of the even higher 3,000mAh so here's hoping the older info was the correct one. The Galaxy S7 has also been featured in a brief hands-on video, revealing the latest iteration of TouchWiz, in this case on top of Android 6.0 Marshmallow. It's also pretty clear that the black version, while very pretty all by itself, is a nightmare to keep clean.

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Apple and Huawei sit at the top of Smartphone brands in China in terms of revenue

The rise of Android smartphones has with no doubt have some effects on Apple‘s iPhone income globally. Just last week Wednesday, the US company earlier that it is slashing its revenue forecast for the initial fiscal quarter (2018Q4) to $84 billion, down from the previous forecast of between $89 billion and $93 billion. The manufacturer also adjusted its gross sales margin to 38%, compared to the previous forecast of 38% to 38.5%. The announcement saw Apple’s stock price plummeting by 10% the following working day. Apple’s CEO Tim Cook n an access letter to investors marshalled out several factors that were responsible for the company’s revenue to fall short of expectations. Some of the reasons adduced have a lower-than-expected iPhone gross sales, poor experience in the Chinese market, and a stronger US dollar. Apple and huawei sit at the top of smartphone brands in china in terms of revenue Despite the revelation of the poor functionality in the Chinese market, a innovative report by research firm Canalys reveals that Apple’s performance in the Chinese market in the previous quarter (2018Q3) was nice, at least in terms of revenue. The report put the gross revenue of the Chinese cameraphone market was 30.7 billion US usd, and just five brands enjoy the larger share of this bounty, namely Apple, Huawei, OPPO, Vivo and Xiaomi. Among the lot, Apple and Huawei grabbed the biggest revenues, with Apple’s revenue accounting for 23% of the total revenue although Huawei had a 22% share. It must be announced that Apple’s impressive experience is mainly because of to the release of iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max at the close of the quarter, and the popularity of older models these types of as iPhone X and iPhone 8. Even though Huawei is benefiting from the hot sale of P20 and P20 Pro and the powerful overall performance of its Honor branded mobile smartphones. Read also: US reportedly considering a crystal clear trade ban on Chinese telecom equipment targeting Huawei and ZTE In terms of shipments, Huawei topped the market with an estimate of 101 million shipped units, representing 25% market share. This is closely followed by Vivo with a 23% market share, Oppo with 21% market share and Xiaomi with a 13% market share. Apple arrived in at the fifth spot however higher revenue than the rest. The report by Canalys In addition proves that Samsung came in at the seventh spot in China despite maintaining its lead in the global market. Finally, Nokia In addition broke into the top 10 cameraphone makers in China in terms of market share in Q3 2018. As it stands, Apple, Samsung and Nokia are the only three foreign mobile phone vendor with substantial influence in China. This once again put a spotlight on the growth of Chinese domestic brands.