Lenovo's emergence as a smartphone player has stalled in China, where Samsung is eating everyone else alive, as indeed it is also doing around the world. Lenovo last year entered the burgeoning Chinese smartphone market with Android-powered budget models priced at under $US200, the sweet spot for smartphones in the Middle …
"Other" may be "swill"
But I noticed their combined sales are greater than any one major brand.
The company with tomorrow's "must have" device probably lurks in that "swill". There are some lean, agile companies, ready to try something new in there.
Re: "Other" may be "swill"
"But I noticed their combined sales are greater than any one major brand."
Are we looking at different articles?
>> Analyst firm Gartner even predicted 2013 would see Lenovo would knock Samsung off its perch as China's top mobile vendor.
Gosh! Did Gartner maybe get that completely wrong?
Who would have thought it. Gartner analysis is always right and we should all pay rapt attention to their edicts.
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