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Latest in Tag: smartphones
Smartphone companies have put in a lot of effort in pushing users to upgrade their smartphones.
According to the Global Web Index data, the Millennials spend an average of 2.43 hours a day on social media, with YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram as the top three social media platforms.
Apple lost $500bn in market value in past 3 months, giving title of world’s most prized company to Amazon
Company released their Realme 2 Pro, Realme C1models at competitive prices
We target Egyptian youth with promising opportunities to contribute to our ambitions: Nabil
Smartphone technology has become a vital tool for Mexican forest rangers working to see the full scope of environmental degradation in the Selva Maya.Project description: Support the monitoring of biodiversity and climate change in the Selva Maya region Project contractor: German Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) as part of the …
List of most radiation-emitting smartphones includes 6 Huawei models, 3 iPhone models
The Egyptian market sees the sale of some 18m mobile devices every year, most of which are smartphones, according to recent reports from GfK market research. In this article, Daily News Egypt reviews the specifications preferred by Egyptians in smartphones, according to the results of research conducted by Jumia in 2017. Jumia market research showed …
HMD Global, the developer of Nokia phones, has recently launched the Nokia 2 smartphone, which offers the luxury features of Nokia phones in addition to a long battery life. The company has been keen to launch a smartphone with a battery that can last up to two consecutive days. Nokia 2 will be a phone …
The number of smartphones in the domestic market has risen to 23.6m at the end of 2017, up from 21m at the end of 2016. The number of smartphones increased by 12.3% last year, supported by the penetration of mobile services and 4G. A report released by Tableau Software expected the number of smartphones in …
Mobile phone manufacturers opting for cheaper components in products, using more plastics in effort to push quick turnover of products, expert says
The partnership includes providing after-sales services
Winning companies obtain financial support worth EGP 120,000
We aim to use the partnership with ZTE to increase the volume of our business to EGP 2.5bn this year, says Al-Taibi
The company is planning to launch the Xperia L1 in June to meet the needs of the medium-priced segment
The price increases of some phones exceeded 50% compared to last year
Company re-launches the 3310 equipped with a 22-hour talking-time battery
OPPO announced on Monday that during Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 the company provided its audiences with the first exclusive glimpse of the “5x Dual Camera Zoom” technology, the world’s first periscope-style dual-camera technology for smartphones. According to a press release, Oppo stated that the technology offers 5x lossless zoom capability on a smartphone, an …
We are studying the investment incentives the company needs; the manufacturing will be in one of the technological zones, says official
Raya expects sales of 17m mobile devices during 2016
Transsion Holding has two trademarks in Egypt to provide a variety of devices to all customers
Galaxy S7 at EGP 10,400 and P9 Plus at EGP 7,500
Infinix Mobility, a brand of Transsion, targets to sell 1.2m to 1.5m smartphones by the end of this year. According to Andy Yan, vice president of Transsion Group, the company aims to reach average sales of 120,000 units per month during the second half of 2016. Yan added that the company seeks to expand into …
Huawei ranked third worldwide in terms of its net brand promoter score, says the chief marketing officer
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 will launch the “Entalek” initiative to support entrepreneurs
The company will launch an e-payment app on smartphones in 2016
Service to be activated in the next month, with studies conducted to provide credit services for smart electricity metres
Mobile devices are becoming vital health tools. One day, we may even be forced to use them to collect data about ourselves – truly, big data. The question is who’ll own it and what will they do with it? Everywhere you look in technology these days, you’re likely to find people talking about two things: …
By 2020, LTE subscriptions are expected to reach 3.1bn, compared to 500m in 2014.