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Chinese retailer sells out of OnePlus 3 stocks in 10 minutes

Popular Chinese retailer JD.com has put up the #OnePlus3 for sale on its website. Given the kind of hype that was generated by the company leading up to the launch, the retailer managed to sell out of all stocks within 10 minutes, a report has found. Obviously, JD.com hasn’t clarified the amount of units that

Q1 2016 saw a 3.9% increase in global smartphone sales

#Gartner has published a new report on the state of the global smartphone sales in the past quarter. According to the report, the global market saw an increase of 3.9% in sales compared to the same period last year (YoY). #Apple, understandably, saw a decline in sales over the one year period, while #Samsung was

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Xiaomi becomes the No. 3 wearables manufacturer

With a growth of 815% in the wearables segment compared to last year, #Xiaomi has risen to the third place according to new data published by IDC. This is thanks largely to its #MiBand fitness wearable which sells for a miserly 15%. It has sold 3.7 million units so far and has a marketshare of

Samsung sold more phones than Apple in Q3 2015

#Samsung and #Apple have always been neck and neck in terms of sales, although the latter has always been the market leader in terms of overall revenues and income. Samsung has now posted its Q3 2015 financial earnings, with device sales surpassing Apple’s. This is not a surprise given that Apple was yet to release the

30,000 OnePlus 2 units sold in 64 seconds

The OnePlus 2 has seen overwhelming demand from the public as we all know. The smartphone went on sale earlier today in China and the response was understandably huge. The company managed to sell 30,000 units of the smartphone in just 64 seconds, which is quite incredible even for a company like OnePlus. This sale was

Over 1.5 million units of the OnePlus One sold so far

While all the talk is about the upcoming OnePlus 2 flagship, a new report is spilling the beans on the sales figures of the OnePlus One, which is the company’s first and current flagship offering. As per this report, OnePlus managed to sell 1.5 million units of the device, which is relatively low compared to other

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Xiaomi said to have shipped 6 million units of the Mi Band so far

The Xiaomi Mi Band wearable was launched by the company in September last year. The wearable is now sold across Europe and is available in the U.S. too thanks to the company’s dedicated online portal. The Chinese manufacturer has now announced that it has shipped 6 million units of this wearable, speaking volumes about its

ASUS supposedly shipped 1.5 million phones in May 2015

A new report has shed light on ASUS‘ changing fortunes in the mobile industry. It is being said that the Taiwanese manufacturer, shipped 1.5 million handsets in May, with most of its sales coming in the Asian region. While this might not be a massive figure compared to giants of the industry like Samsung, Xiaomi, Lenovo

Samsung dismisses reports of the Galaxy S6 not doing well in the market

There have been multiple reports on the media which suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge weren’t matching the manufacturer’s expectations. But the company has now refuted those claims, mentioning that the smartphone has in fact been very successful so far. Banking firm Oppenheimer first made these claims, saying that the company’s

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HTC saw 40% revenue decline in April 2015

According to a new report, HTC had a below average April 2015 with its sales seeing a decline of 40% compared to the same period last year. The company made NT$22.07 billion ($719.24 million) in the April 2014, while this year, the Taiwanese manufacturer only managed to garner NT$13.54 billion ($439.95 million), which is a steep drop

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Samsung becomes the world’s top smartphone seller yet again

According to a report from Strategy Analytics which covers the first quarter of 2015, Samsung has yet again claimed the top smartphone OEM spot this year. Apple overtook Samsung late last year with the launch of devices like the iPhone 6 and the 6 Plus, but the Korean manufacturer will be glad that the run didn’t