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Huawei sales reached CNY245.5 billion (US$36.7 billion)in the first six months of this year – an increase of 40 per cent.
Apple smartphones remain the most popular brand in China, despite the company’s poor performance lately, says a new report.
As local brands erode its market share, Apple China has started promoting new apps and services.
The Huawei smartphone range is being expanded and position to take on Apple and Samsung globally.
There is more to wearable technology than wrist devices, with more than 25 exhibitors out to prove this at the CES Asia expo as it returns to Shanghai.
A planned Huawei Japan experience store will offer lots of hands-on experience – but no phones.
Although Apple China revenue rose by 14 per cent in the latest quarter, the company is starting to see a shift in the economy, particularly in Hong Kong.
Uniqlo trounced its fast fashion rivals to finish Singles Day as the number one selling apparel brand this year.
In future fashion, wearable technology will be more about clothes than gadgets.
Smartphone maker Huawei says it expects sales in Southeast Asia this year to rise 167 per cent.
Chinese mobile phone brand Huawei is planning a major Asian regional retail rollout, with 1500 new retail sale points planned, 100 in Thailand.
Chinese phone maker Huawei plans to more than double its global store network from 30,000 to 70,000 by 2017.