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DNA Test: Huawei’s Honor 4X not quite that ho-hum
Edwin Yapp takes Huawei's mid-range Honor 4X for a test drive and comes back fairly impressed.
DNA Test: A middleweight fight for the ‘Note’ phablet crown
In the wake of the Floyd Mayweather Jr vs Manny Pacquiao fight, DNA contributing editor Keith Liu sets up his own slugfest between the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G and the Mlais M52 Red Note, two phablets that punch above their weight.
When copycats kill: The dangers of hardware
Investing in hardware, especially in South-East Asia, is already risky, but it becomes even more so if the company’s success is dependent on simply scaling up its manufacturing and selling to as many people as possible, writes Justin Hall.
Xiaomi sells 2.12mil smartphones in 12-hour online sale
Chinese smartphone vendor Xiaomi said it sold 2.12 million smartphones, hitting total revenue of RMB2.08 billion (US$335 million) over a 12-hour period, during its one-day Mi Fan Festival 2015.
Chinese fingerprint on smartphone trends in Malaysia, Singapore
Whether it is in the shift to larger screens for smartphone and phablets and the fast-disappearing mid-tier price segment, to the erosion of Samsung’s market share, Karamjit Singh sees the fingerprint of Chinese smartphone vendors.
Xiaomi gets 'physical,' appoints ECS distributor for Mi Pad in Malaysia
ECS ICT Bhd said it has been appointed Beijing-based Xiaomi Inc’s authorised distributor for the Mi Pad tablets in Malaysia.
DNA launches Personal Tech channel
DNA launches a new channel dedicated to covering the Personal Tech space. Founder and CEO Karamjit Singh explains why, and what the new channel will set out to do.
Why Sony is not winning the smartphone war
Sony's latest corporate strategy update is the biggest indication yet that the company is looking to find an exit for its loss-making smartphone arm, Sony Mobile Communications. Keith Liu looks at what has led the electronics giant to this point.
2015 to see Chinese and Taiwanese smartphones taking over: IDC
Research firm IDC expects Chinese and Taiwanese-branded devices to increase their share of the smartphone market in Malaysia to 65% by the end of this year, from about 46% last year, thanks in part to their lower prices and inventive marketing campaigns.
Six of world’s top 10 smartphone vendors are Chinese brands: TrendForce
According to Taiwan-based research house TrendForce, market leader Samsung and No 2 vendor Apple maintained their positions, with combined global smartphone shipments of 518 million units, but came under pressure from Chinese brands.
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