Smartphone shipments to China stood at 396 million units in 2018 or a 14% drop from 2017, their lowest levels since 2013, with the latest quarter marking a 15% year-on-year drop and the seventh straight quarter of declines.
Online retailer Kogan has blamed a sharp fall in new Apple products, in particular the new iPhone, for a drop in revenue of its global brands for the first half of full-year 2019, saying that revenue fell by 46.7% during the period.
South Korean smartphone giant Samsung will launch a series of budget smartphone models in India before it releases them in other countries, in a bid to beat back the challenge from Chinese vendors.
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