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The number of smartphones users in the Egyptian market rose last year to 23.6 million, compared to 21 million in 2016, an increase of 2.6 million people. It is expected that the number of smartphone users in Egypt will increase this year by 2.2 million people, reaching 25.8 million people. Smartphone users are expected to …
OPPO was globally registered in 2001, and OPPO China was established in 2004. Following its establishment, OPPO manufactured MP3 and MP4 players in 2005 and 2006. In 2008, OPPO introduced its first feature phone through “A103 Smile face”. In 2009, the brand introduced the Blu-ray player in US and Europe. Entering the smartphone era, OPPO …
Company follows stages of motherboard production with strict tests for produced devices
The company accounts for 15% of the mobile market, according to GFK
A report issued by Payfort expected that Egyptians will spend over 50% of their financial income on services and household goods during Ramadan. According to the report, during the month of Ramadan sales via the internet increase, before they decline during the Eid al-Fitr period. According to the indicators of the report, the percentage of …
E-Planet Educational Services, an international organisation created by a team of education experts, has launched a new smartphone application named “E-planet English Courses” in January 2017. The new application attempts to facilitate communication between students and their English-language school, besides providing other educational services. “Through the app, learners can message their course provider at …
Infinix Corporation, specialised in manufacturing smartphones, is working to develop after-sales services in the Egyptian market and plans to increase the number of its major maintenance centres. Business development manager at Infinix, Ahmed Wagih, told Daily News Egypt in an interview that the economic conditions in Egypt and the scarcity of US dollars have impacted …
The campaign explains the functions and details of different smartphone features and specifications
Prices of Huawei and Tecno products are up by 11% and 4.5% respectively
Company increases prices for second month in a row
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum and Arlington National Cemetery have said “catching” Pokémon during visits “would not be deemed appropriate.” The newly released Nintendo app “Pokémon Go” has proved to be a huge success.
Nintendo’s Pokémon Go app has turned the slumping Japanese video game developer into an overnight celebrity on the app market. Can it sustain its success, or is it just experiencing its 15 minutes of fame?
South Korea’s Samsung Electronics has said it’s on course to log its biggest operating profit in more than two years. The company indicated brisk sales of its high-end Galaxy S7 smartphone were behind the estimates.
Microsoft has confirmed it has sold hundreds of tech patents to Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, just weeks after selling its phone business, bought from Nokia in 2014. The deal is viewed as beneficial for both sides.
The company achieved half of last year’s revenues as of Q1 of 2016, says Van
As Apple looks set to unveil new iPhones at its annual spring product debut at the company’s campus in Silicon Valley, leading smartphone makers are already grappling with market saturation.
We aim to increase HTC’s market share to 14% in 2016, says sales manager
We aim to turn Egypt into a centre for exporting smart devices to Africa, says Aranda
Samsung acquired the largest market share with 23.7%, while Lenovo sales declined
By Mohamed Alaa El-Din A recent report issued by GFK Institution ranked Egypt as having one of the highest smartphone sales in developing markets in 2015. According to the report, Egypt occupied eighth place in the list of countries that included India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Brazil, China and Indonesia. The report said Egypt’s sales of smartphones …
Increase in smartphones locally from 500,000 in 2011 to 6.5m in 2014; “illegal” phones and fluctuating dollar exchange rate are challenges in 2015
A group of young Egyptian programmers, who call themselves GENU, has developed a smartphone application that can differentiate between genuine and fake drugs
A smooth launch is crucial for Samsung, which reported its second straight quarter of profit decline earlier this month as margins in the key smartphone business come under growing pressure from cheaper Chinese rivals.
The Days app, launched in March of last year, lets people weave images captured at various moments into “visual diaries” of any given days in their lives.
The company that has long prided itself as a purveyor of upscale, feature-loaded products says it needs to sell more mid-tier and affordable smartphones after losing out in 2013.
Deloitte’s annual technology predictions report published shows that in the UK at least one of the world’s most mature mobile markets the number of text messages sent over the course of 2013 fell by some 7 billion to 145 billion messages.