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Chińczycy sprzedali w drugim kwartale 2016 r. ponad 145 mln smartfonów

wtorek, 16 sierpnia 2016 10:21

Jak informuje Digitimes Research, producenci z Chin w drugim kwartale 2016 roku sprzedali na całym świecie 145,9 mln smartfonów, co oznacza kwartalny wzrost o 13% oraz wzrost o 22,9% w skali roku. Największym dostawcą była firma Huawei Technologies odpowiadająca za 18,8% dostaw, następnie Oppo - 11,5%, Vivo - 9%,  Xiaomi Technology - 9%, TCL - 5,3%, ZTE - 5,3%, Lenovo - 4,7%, GiONEE - 4,5%, Meizu - 2,5% oraz Coolpad - 2.1%. 58,6 mln smartfonów sprzedano na rynkach zagranicznych, co stanowi wzrost kwartalny o 20,7% i roczny o 17,7%.

 

 

World News 24h

wtorek, 12 grudnia 2017 14:07

Activist investor Elliott Management Corp said on Monday NXP Semiconductors NV is worth about 23 percent more than Qualcomm Inc’s $38-billion offer to buy the chipmaker. Elliott, which has a stake of about 6 percent in NXP, said NXP was worth $135 per share on an intrinsic standalone basis, compared with Qualcomm’s offer of $110 made in October 2016. NXP shares were up 0.6 percent at $116 in morning trading, while Qualcomm’s shares were up about 1 percent at $64.87. Elliott, a New York-based hedge fund, said Qualcomm’s offer had taken advantage of NXP’s depressed stock price last year and has acted as a ceiling on its valuation.

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